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.
James Kightly brings us a detailed examination of an airliner family that showed the advantages of purpose-built designs
Dave Stern examines how radio countermeasures were created by the US Army Air Forces during the war in the Aleutians
As war neared, Sidney Cotton and Lockheed 12A G-AFTL helped change the face of British aerial reconnaissance. But what does fresh evidence, gathered as the aircraft was restored for Fighter Aviation Engineering, tell us about their covert activities?
Saudi Arabia was the only country outside Europe to buy the Tornado. In 2015, Jon Lake reviewed the service careers of the IDS and ADV variants in the desert kingdom
In the April 2019 issue of AirForces Monthly, Thomas Newdick spoke to two of the final navigators to fly the ‘Tonka’ – Flt Lts Phil McGlone and Sam Baker
Hamburg-based photographer Dirk Grothe shares a selection of images from a recent visit to the Philippines
State-owned flag carrier MIAT Mongolian Airlines has taken delivery of its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.
The 2009 Libyan Aviation Exhibition was intended to demonstrate a thawing of Tripoli’s once frosty relationship with The West. It wasn’t to be. Within 18 months, Libya had descended into the first of two bloody civil wars. Ralf Kurz looks back at LAVEX 2009
The NTSB has concluded its investigation into an incident which saw a United Airlines Boeing 777 dive towards the Pacific Ocean shortly after departing Kahului Airport, Hawaii in December last year.
Hurghada International Airport in Egypt is one of the top scuba diving locations in Africa. Several hotels and resorts along the approach path provide scenic views when landing on one of the two runways.