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Finland has become the 31st and latest nation to join NATO, after it deposited its instrument of accession to the North Atlantic Treaty with the US government – represented by Secretary of State Antony Blinken – at the alliance’s headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, on April 4
The F-16 Block 70 could do a great job in the Ukraine and probably never will – but it still has very much a global footprint, as Jon Lake reports
The Pakistan Day Parade 2023 – which was expected to be a grand display of the country’s military prowess and cultural diversity – unfortunately had to be cancelled due to heavy rain, but the Pakistan Air Force still managed to show off both the highly anticipated Block III variant of the JF-17 Thunder and its newly acquired Chinese-made J-10CE fighters during the event rehearsals
One of the best-known names in African aviation looks destined for the history books.
A historic deal between the Australian flag carrier and European OEM heralds a bold new chapter in Antipodean aviation, says Gordon Smith
One of the world’s largest flight simulation events, FlightSimExpo, will take place in Houston Texas on June 23-25, 2023. Held across two locations near Houston’s Hobby Airport (HOU), the 2023 event will offer flight simulation fans the chance to interact with developers, try out the latest hardware, hear the latest products and meet fellow sim enthusiasts.
The Tiger Moth was the first ever aircraft produced by Ant's Airplanes. In 2019 it was rebuilt for FSX and Prepar3D, and now it has been converted for Microsoft Flight Simulator with extra detail added to take full advantage of the new platform.
Terrainy Studios has announced the Vans RV-8 for Microsoft Flight Simulator is now available.