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On 30th January 1943, the de Havilland Mosquito made its first daylight air-raid over Berlin. We've put together 15 facts you may not have known about the aircraft to mark the occasion
The Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation (BAHF) has obtained several dormant Boeing C-97 Stratofreighters from Greybull, Wyoming-based B&G Industries…
Boeing is working with its suppliers to define the requirements of the German government, after the latter revealed on June 1 that it had selected the CH-47F Chinook to replace the Luftwaffe’s ageing fleet of CH-53GA/GS Sea Stallion heavy-lift transport helicopters
The second Lockheed Martin C-130J Super Hercules tactical transport for the Luftwaffe is set to be delivered to the joint Franco-German airlift unit at Évreux-Fauville Air Base, northern France, this weekend (June 25-26)
Once a year, the Flight Training School (FTS) of the Irish Air Corps (IAC) carries out a live fire exercise with its Pilatus PC-9Ms. Take a look at some behind the scenes cockpit action
Chinese investigators have completed a preliminary report into the March 21 crash of a China Eastern Airlines Boeing 737-800.
A new specialist freight division at one of Canada’s largest carriers has accepted its first aircraft. WestJet Cargo welcomed the 737-800BCF (Boeing Converted Freighter) on lease from BBAM, making the Calgary-based firm the first in Canada to operate the type.
A long-term lease placement of a single, used Airbus A330-200 from Air Lease Corporation (ALC) is billed for a summer arrival. But to which airline you ask? Find out here, plus see what its initial plans are…