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Historic example of BAe jet trainer regains further provenance at Brooklands
Higher, Faster, Further places focus on RAF between the wars
Eighty years after their Lancaster crashed into a Dutch lake, the remains of three missing airmen have finally been recovered, along with various artefacts from the bomber, as Christian Koenig explains
The Su-24M Fencer-D tactical bomber fleet of the Ukrainian Air Force has carried out yet another successful strike, using the UK/French-supplied Storm Shadow/SCALP-EG air-launched cruise missiles against high-value targets in Russian-occupied Crimea on December 26
US Navy helicopters have killed ten Houthi fighters after attempted attacks on US Navy forces and a merchant ship in the Red Sea, US Central Command said in a statement on December 31
The RAF’s training system has been the topic of countless news headlines in recent years, leaving trainees on hold for months, awaiting a pilot flying slot. Added to this have been unfortunate cost-cutting exercises. Jon Lake looks through the chaos to see if there’s a solution
Tom Batchelor considers the ramifications of Lufthansa’s recent deal with ITA Airways
Welcome to this week’s quiz, taking a look at the ultimate obscure airlines from around the world. Everyone knows the biggest names in the airline industry, from British Airways to Japan Air Lines, Delta Air Lines to Qantas. But how well do you know some of the world’s lesser-known carriers?
Orbx has announced EU British Isles Mesh for Microsoft Flight Simulator is out now.