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For over 80 years Laughlin AFB has played an important role in training pilots. Since 1972 the 47th Flying Training Wing has been stationed here, specializing in undergraduate pilot training. Combat Aircraft Journal visited the base to speak with its new commander
The New Zealand Defence Force announced on December 13 that it will retire its five remaining Lockheed P-3K2 Orion maritime patrol aircraft five months earlier than planned due to staff shortages and maintenance constraints
Two USAF AC-130J Ghostrider gunship crews have been honoured for their heroic efforts during the fall of Kabul
The Heart ES-30 is set to be the biggest electric airliner around when it enters passenger service in 2028. But is it big enough... or is technology standing in the way of what airlines actually want? Richard Schuurman investigates
Tom Batchelor catches up with André Américo from Azul to learn more about the São Paulo-based carrier’s bullish approach to expansion
What do you do with a fleet of five now-redundant, incredibly specialised freighters? That was the question Airbus asked of itself earlier this year. Ian Harbison reports on the European manufacturer’s creation of an out-sized cargo subsidiary.
By the time Hurricanes arrived in Singapore the Japanese had established a superiority that the RAF was unable to counter. Andrew Thomas told the story in the August 2015 issue of FlyPast
Yorkshireman 'Blondie' Walker became a gifted and aggressive vessel-killer. Graham Pitchfork describes his exploits
The latest US destination from LatinVFR is Baltimore-Washington International Airport (KBWI) for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Microsoft has released the 40th Anniversary Edition of Microsoft Flight Simulator, adding realistic helicopters, gliders, a true-to-life Airbus A310-300 and seven iconic historic aircraft.