Latest from Key.Aero
Explore the latest news and features by our world-class aviation journalists. Stay up to date on the latest military aviation developments, commercial airline news, historic restoration projects, flight simulation releases and much more.
How good is your aircraft recognition? Can you recognise these British types?
Following its runway excursion on Friday, the XM655 Maintenance and Preservation Society provided an update…
Documents have revealed that the UK has paid $4.17bn (£3.36bn) in procuring its first 35 short take-off and vertical landing (STOVL)-configured F-35B Lightning II fifth-generation multi-role stealth fighters from Lockheed Martin
Russia has recently marked two key milestones regarding the delivery and testing of its newly modernised Tupolev Tu-160M Blackjack supersonic-capable strategic bomber/missile carrier fleet
The Indian Navy’s long-serving, Soviet-era Ilyushin Il-38SD Sea Dragon maritime patrol aircraft fleet made its final public appearance during the nation’s Republic Day Parade flypast over New Delhi on January 26, ahead of the type’s upcoming retirement later this year
The 747 was, quite literally, a huge gamble. Standing six storeys high and 225ft-long, the aptly nicknamed Jumbo Jet dwarfed its rivals and stablemates alike in both size and expense. Airliner World’s Craig West chronicles the development of Boeing’s behemoth.
Five decades on from Britain’s first order for Boeing 747s, in the September 2016 issue of Aviation News Charles Kennedy looked back at the life and times of the British Airways jumbo fleet.
Just Flight has announced Lanzarote Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator is now available.