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Propwash was a new event on the Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome calendar and the first of its type totally dedicated to aviation
Leonard van den Broek spoke to test pilot Dan Griffith, who has overseen the 1930’s Dutch fighter’s test flying programme
In the July 2012 issue of Aviation News Editor Dino Carrara reported from MoD Boscombe Down on the work being undertaken by the last Tornado F3s in service anywhere in the world
Australia has retired its 45-strong fleet of MRH-90 Taipan tactical transport helicopters early, following a fatal accident that occurred near Hamilton Island, Queensland, during Exercise Talisman Sabre 23 on July 28
With the arrival of the new-generation AH-64E Apache Guardian, the future of British rotary attack aviation is here and, as Chris Croot found out, it’s more deadly than ever
From its origins as a single projector playing to a handful of passengers, inflight entertainment has evolved to become a staple of our inflight experience. Alex Preston looks at how airlines have been keeping us amused over the years
Over the last few years, business jet manufacturers have seen their order books grow. This year will determine whether the upswing continues or if the industry’s challenges limit growth. David Willis reviews the current state of the business jet sector and looks at some of the aircraft under development
The aircraft was in the process of making an emergency landing at the time
In its commitment to improving the Microsoft Flight Simulator world, Orbx has just released version 2 of London City Airport. In this review, we see how the new airport works with its Landmarks London City Pack to enhance the centre of London.