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A raft of companies offering experience flights in all manner of historic aircraft have sprung up to offer the opportunity to get behind the control columns of aircraft once reserved for a fortunate few. Aviation News provides a who’s who, detailing companies’ fleets and flights
With December 17, 2023 marking the 120th anniversary of Orville and Wilbur Wright’s first controlled and sustained flight of a powered, heavier-than-air aircraft across the dunes of Kitty Hawk in North Carolina, we share images of the two brothers from Ohio that changed the world...
Key.Aero’s Dino Carrara interviewed pilot Ed Yeilding to hear about his time assigned to the SR-71 Blackbird. In this video he describes setting the US coast-to-coast speed record and the problems in-flight that almost thwarted the attempt
The USAF is assessing proposed infrastructure improvements at Andersen AFB, which would permit the basing of up to 12 Republic of Singapore Air Force-operated F-15SG Strike Eagle multi-role fighters and their relevant mission support infrastructure in Guam – a US island territory in the western Pacific Ocean
The US Army is moving forward with plans to reduce the size of its UH-60 Black Hawk battlefield utility helicopter fleet by approximately 7.5%. This reduction will include roughly 157 legacy UH-60A+ and UH-60L airframes, all of which are operated by the Army’s active-duty component
Following news in August that the BOAC liveried British Airways Boeing 747 was being dismantled, parts of the aircraft have now begun to be sold online to the public.
Andreas Rohde takes us island-hopping on Air Flamenco
Christian Winter takes us on an airborne tour of Tokyo, following aircraft on their tracks in and out of Tokyo/Haneda
Lee Cross takes a look at the history of one of the UK’s most pioneering airlines