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The concept of a Mosquito fitted with a turret was a rare dead end in relation to the type
In what is a rare visit to Europe, the People’s Liberation Army Air Force has flown a Xi’an Y-20A Kunpeng heavy-lift strategic transport to Innsbruck Airport, marking the second time in less than a year that China has dispatched one of its airlifters to Austria
Last week an event was held at Gebel El Basur Air Base, roughly 50 miles northeast of Cairo, to celebrate the Arab Republic of Egypt Air Force reaching 10,000 flight hours with its Dassault Rafale multi-role fighter aircraft
The Bulgarian Air Force is poised to transform its fighter fleet as the days of its ageing MiG-29s are numbered, while the newly ordered F-16 Block 70s are due to be taken on strength not before 2025
A Jetstar Asia Airbus A320 performed a take-off in darkness from an unlit runway at Singapore/Changi Airport, a report by the country’s Transport Safety Investigation Bureau (TSIB) has found.
More airliners are starting second lives as freighters in response to increased demand for cargo aircraft. What aircraft are being repurposed and who is converting them? Mark Broadbent reports
While Croydon Airport’s expansion continued apace during an era many dubbed “The Golden Age of Aviation,” the seeds of World War 2 began to take root in Europe. In the penultimate episode in our six part special - featuring rare archived images – the gateway is dramatically set on a very different trajectory
We meet our man from the 'Land Down Under': Peter Stark. Peter has been writing for PC Pilot since Issue 45 and has extensive experience as a pilot, in the real as well as the virtual world and is best known for his popular and long-running ‘Back to Basics’ and ‘Flight Adventure’ series.
In part two of our interview with A2A Simulations' CEO, Scott Gentile, we focus on the hobby side of their business. Scott kindly agreed to talk to us about their upcoming Piper Comanche 250 and we also get his thoughts on the latest version of Microsoft Flight Simulator.