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The potentially airworthy Avro Lancaster undertook the tribute at its East Kirkby, Lincolnshire home last month
In this second part of the interview with Bob De La Hunty, President and Chief Pilot of Australia’s HARS Aviation Museum, he tells Key Aero’s Dino Carrara about the challenges of keeping its Super Constellation in the air
President and Chief Pilot of HARS Aviation Museum, Bob De La Hunty, spoke to Key Aero’s Dino Carrara about the huge effort to obtain its Super Constellation and get it flying again
Until 1940, the debate continued to rage over the true power of the carrier aircraft. That November, 21 dated biplanes proved the point. This article is taken from a new special magazine from Key Publishing called 'Carrier Aircraft of the Propeller Era'
The first F-35B to be assigned to the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm’s 809 Naval Air Squadron – which is being formally stood up today (December 8) as the UK’s second operational frontline Lightning II squadron at RAF Marham in Norfolk – has received special markings to celebrate the occasion
Istanbul’s new airport is the busiest in Europe, neighbouring Sabiha Gökçen has so much traffic it is about to open a second runway, and hometown heroes Turkish Airlines and Pegasus Airlines have impressive – and bold – plans to double in size over the next decade. Richard Schuurman heads to Turkey to find out what is fuelling this remarkable growth
Franco-Dutch airline group Air France-KLM has revealed its intention to place a large Airbus widebody aircraft order.
Montreal-based Air Canada will operate all three members of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner family after placing a fresh order.
A British Airways Airbus A320 made two emergency landings in similar circumstances in just three days.
The aviation world witnessed a significant shift in 2018 when Airbus acquired a majority stake in the Bombardier C Series programme, subsequently rebranding it as the A220. Thomas Haynes speaks to Rob Dewar, Airbus Canada’s senior vice president of A220 customer satisfaction, services and product policy about the transformation of the aircraft and its prospects
The latest UK scenery from Burning Blue Design is EGBM Tatenhill Airfield for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
The Microsoft Flight Simulator team has announced World Update XV: Nordics & Greenland is out now.