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Sole surviving Flettner Fl 282 approaches completion at Midland Air Museum
An in-depth look at one of the smallest four-engined airliners
More than five years after a US Navy-operated EA-18G Growler was involved in a mid-air collision with another aircraft that deemed it to be damaged beyond repair, the electronic attack jet has been returned to flight operations after the service completed a complex refurbishment process
The US Marine Corps (USMC) received its 189th and final Bell AH-1Z Viper attack helicopter at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Camp Pendleton in California on November 4
In the March 2011 issue of Airliner World pilot Alan Carter reported from the flightdeck of a Boeing 747-400 taking pilgrims from countries around the world to the holy sites in Saudi Arabia.
The carrier has confirmed an important milestone was reached with its fleet of Airbus A220-300s. Find out exactly what this was right here…
Authorities have concluded a major investigation into the events which resulted in the nose of a British Airways Boeing 787 hitting the ground. The Dreamliner, G-ZBJB (c/n 38610) was parked on Stand 583 at London/Heathrow when the incident took place on June 18, 2021.
iniBuilds has been known to the X-Plane community for a few years now, having recently released its much-acclaimed A300. With a highly anticipated A310 in development for Microsoft Flight Simulator in the pipeline, as well as a raft of new scenery packages, we test out its newly landed San Antonio Airport in this review.
Like the vast majority of folk who read PC Pilot, (surprisingly) I’ve never been offered a flight in a jet fighter. However, over the years there has been a steady stream of aircraft that piqued my interest, including the subject of this review, which is of course the Lockheed Martin F-22A Raptor.
Flight simulation has always been about more than just flight. It's about capturing that feeling that an eight-year-old me had the first time I went to an airport, saw my first airliner and took my first flight. While it's difficult to recreate the smell of kerosene in the air as you get off the bus, I’ve always loved trying to get things ‘as real as it gets!’