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Combat Aircraft Journal January 2021

Welcome to Combat Aircraft Journal January 2021

Quiz: How well do you know your retro airline schemes?

Back by popular demand - this week's Commerical Aviation quiz focuses on the paint schemes of yesteryear and tests your knowledge of liveries used on some of the world's biggest airlines

Which airlines use Russia’s version of the 757?

Russia’s answer to the Boeing 757 – the Tupolev Tu-204 – didn’t achieve quite the same commercial success as its American counterpart. Key.Aero investigates which carriers are still using it

Who has become the world’s first all-A220 airline?

The adopted Airbus aircraft is now the sole type used by one European operator

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“I watched Spitfires and Bf 109s battle above me”

Key.Aero reader, Derek Lunn, tells his story of young life in Dover during World War II, from watching dogfights unfold in the skies above him to saving his family’s lives by stopping to sort out his socks…

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First flight of the Gloster Javelin

November 26 marks the 69th year of the first flight of the last design to bear the Gloster name

JetBlue’s London airport slots revealed

Ahead of its transatlantic debut next year, the take-off and landing rights the airline needs to operate these services have been unveiled

Concorde captain on handling emergency at Mach 2

Travelling at twice the speed of sound, John Hutchinson had just begun to tuck into his steak fillet when the supersonic aircraft he was piloting began shaking violently. Find out what went wrong in this amazing interview with the former British Airways Concorde captain

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AIR International December 2020

Welcome to AIR International December 2020

How technology is meeting the changing demands of airports

The evolution of the modern airport, and the way in which their operators conduct business, was well underway even before the global pandemic struck earlier in the year.

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