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The RAF’s Supermarine Spitfires wore a wide variety of camouflage schemes which illustrate how single-seat fighter camouflage evolved considerably between 1938 and the immediate post-war period. Paul E Eden examined the subject in the March 2013 issue of Aviation News.
Built in Germany, the latest First World War aeroplane to join The Vintage Aviator’s fleet in New Zealand represents one of the conflict’s pioneers — the Fokker E.III
The first F-16C Block 70 for the Slovak Air Force (SAF) had a ceremonial roll out at Lockheed Martin’s production facility in Greenville, on September 6 2023. The aircraft, serial 1001 (FMS 20-4001, c/n EY-01), was shown to Slovak Defence Minister Martin Sklenár and a senior Slovakian MoD delegation. It is expected to begin flight tests this November.
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Best known for its E-Jet portfolio, Embraer has its eyes on the next-generation of flying machines. Andreas Spaeth reports from Brazil on the company’s Eve Air Mobility subsidiary, a frontrunner in the emerging eVTOL scene
Getting aid dispatched quickly to remote locations is a logistical upheaval and matching the right aircraft type to the right mission takes experience and industry insight – attributes not all disaster relief charities have at their fingertips. Chris Smith discovers how Airlink uses aviation to save lives
It’s been a rather busy spell for Italian flag carrier ITA Airways, which not only took delivery of its first Airbus A330neo but also acquired a major new shareholder. Matteo Legnani brings us the latest from Rome