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With the shadow of world war growing on the horizon during the 1930s, aircraft designers and manufacturers worked to push the boundaries of fighter aviation – especially when it came to the development of all metal skins, retractable undercarriage, more powerful powerplants and increased armament capabilities. But can you recognise these lesser-known fighters of the 1930s?
The mainstream media has jumped on a story about the possible housing of nuclear weapons at RAF Lakenheath, home of the US Air Force’s 48th Fighter Wing (FW), and these reports have featured a number of inaccuracies.
Vladimir Artyakov, the First Deputy General Director of the Rostec State Corporation, recently told Russian media outlet, Izvestia, that the company plans to have a total of 22 serial-production Su-57 Felon fighters in Russian Aerospace Forces service by 2024
Australian flag carrier Qantas has today announced the final piece of its jet fleet renewal programme with the firm order for 24 widebody aircraft.
The flag carrier of North Korea, Air Koryo, has conducted its first international flight since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Almost half a century after rival hub Narita's controversial opening, Tokyo’s downtown airport – Haneda – remains popular with both passengers and airlines. Bob O’Brien shares images from a time when the Japanese giant was Tokyo’s sole gateway