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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
F6 arrives at Binbrook as birthday present for legendary ex-Lightning unit boss
The first of 14 F-16C/D Block 70 Fighting Falcon multi-role fighters for Slovakia completed its maiden flight from Lockheed Martin’s production facility in Greenville, South Carolina, at approximately 0930hrs (local time) on September 29
The first dual-seat Dassault Rafale B for the Croatian Air Force was officially handed over during a ceremony at Mont-de-Marsan Air Base (BA118) on October 2, which was attended by Croatian Defence Minister Mario Banožić and other high-ranking political and military personnel
Several F-15C/D Eagles from the 159th Fighter Squadron ‘Boxin’ Gators’ – a component of the Florida ANG’s 125th Fighter Wing – deployed to Palanquero, Colombia, on August 18 to participate in the combined exercise, Àngel de los Andes and Relámpago VIII
An inflatable emergency evacuation slide from a United Airlines Boeing 767 detached from the aircraft while in flight and fell to the ground.
China has succeeded in pressing into service an indigenously built jet airliner – the COMAC C919. Mark Broadbent details its design and development and ponders its prospects
Two former French Air and Space Force Airbus A340-200s have recently appeared in Iran. Babak Taghvaee details the long, delicate process that the heavily sanctioned state takes to acquire western aircraft
With air travel over the Pond enjoying rapid growth once again, the experts at Cirium take a closer look at the key routes and emerging trends in this critical market
At first glance, starting a new airline during the height of a global pandemic does not seem like the best idea, and doing so in the back yard of Asia’s biggest low-cost carrier even less so. And yet, this is exactly what industry veteran Rayner Teo and entrepreneur Dato Goh Hwan Hua did. Dirk Grothe ventured to Kuala Lumpur to get the inside track on Malaysia’s newest player, MYAirline