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On this day in 1964, the Cold War spy plane took to the skies for the first time. Unbeknownst to the Soviets, they’d played a hand in making it happen...
Numerous types served RAF Bomber Command during World War Two. We summarise the 15 ‘best’ bombers at the RAF’s disposal, and compare the statistics of individual models...
Having the power to recover personnel from combat situations is an essential element of any military operation. AirForces Monthly reports on the annual joint exercise in Spain
While the aviation industry welcomed the news, Wizz Air UK’s managing director exclusively told Key.Aero that aviation tax reforms could create some “proper competition for the railways”
The first domestically designed and produced airliner since the 1960s, the Spacejet was supposed to put Japan on the aviation map. Instead, it has been plagued by delays and has cost Mitsubishi billions. Key.Aero speaks to Isaac Alexander – who has followed its journey closely for more than a decade – to get the real story…
The low-cost carrier was welcomed to Wales following an amazing flypast enjoyed by thousands
The list of defunct airlines is very long, but how well do you know extinct United Kingdom-based examples? This is a quiz dedicated to carriers that failed to stand the test of time
Orbx has announced KHVN Tweed-New Haven will soon be available for Microsoft Flight Simulator.