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In the variable-geometry Mirage G, Dassault built an outstanding, advanced combat jet — but it wasn’t one anybody wanted. Jean-Christophe Carbonel examines why
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
Full details of the Accident Investigation Board report into the loss of USAF F-35A Lightning II (15-5197/HL) from the 388th FW's 421st FS 'Black Widows' at Hill AFB, Utah, on October 19, 2022, have now been published
Two decades ago, AC Milan and Juventus met in the 2003 Champions League final held at Old Trafford. The associated airlift of Italian football fans culminated in what remains the busiest day in Manchester Airport’s history as 55,000 additional passengers passed through the hub. Richard Vandervord shares images from the ‘Italian Invasion’
With the global aviation industry now echoing the resurgence of the travel and tourism sector, the team at Cirium take a closer look at the market outlook and emerging trends
The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has concluded its investigation into the crash of Transair flight 810 which ditched in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Hawaii in 2021.
A business class ticket conjures up images of the rock star lifestyle; comfy seats, attentive cabin crew and effortlessly gliding from check-in to destination on a wave of champagne. But not all business class offerings are created equal, especially on short-haul flights. Mike Bickford heads to Europe to find out if it’s worth stumping up the cash to sit ‘up front’.