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Yeovilton-based charity Navy Wings have issued the following statement:
Funding boost for apprenticeship programme at Old Warden
From a special Key Publishing magazine on the Spitfire, Andrew Thomas outlines the exploits of the Rhodesian-manned 266 Squadron
With August 4, 2023 marking the 85th anniversary of the Spitfire Mk.I entering Royal Air Force service, we dedicate this week’s quiz to a type that combined elegance, speed, lethality and maneuverability and opened the chapter for what is regarded one of – if not – the most iconic aircraft in aviation history…
F6 arrives at Binbrook as birthday present for legendary ex-Lightning unit boss
The US Navy’s Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 30 (VRC-30) ‘Providers’ conducted its final official C-2A Greyhound flight at NAS North Island in California on September 20
Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 115 (VMFA-115) ‘Silver Eagles’ departed MCAS Iwakuni in Japan on September 28, marking the conclusion of a six-month Unit Deployment Program tour in the Indo-Pacific region with Marine Aircraft Group 12 (MAG-12)
Following its retirement from operational use, the USAF’s sole Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (JSTARS) training aircraft has been donated to the Sowela Technical Community College in Lake Charles, Louisiana
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
Airbus inaugurated its new A320 Family final assembly line (FAL) in Toulouse during a ceremony on July 10.