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Following the success of their April event, the Bruntingthorpe Cold War Jets Museum in Leicestershire is to host another special day in September
One of the USAF’s two supersonic-capable B-1B Lancer strategic bomber wings – the 7th Bomb Wing at Dyess AFB in Texas – is pioneering a package that will modernise the fleet much faster than would have otherwise been possible
The protracted war in Ukraine has exposed key vulnerabilities of the ageing Su-25 fleet, leading to significant combat attrition while the type’s operational effectiveness has been unimpressive. This leads to a conclusion that the end of the Frogfoot’s career in Russia is in sight. Alexander Mladenov explains why
A Learjet crew took off from an intersecting runway at Boston/Logan International and crossed in front of a landing JetBlue Embraer E190 after incorrectly believing they had been given clearance, an NTSB report has found.
The Jekta PHA-ZE 100 is an electric-powered amphibious aircraft for regional operations, including remote communities. Ian Harbison spoke with the company’s CEO, George Alafinov, to find out more
Centralny Port Komunikacyjny (CPK) has published details of the Airport Master Plan, a key document setting out the long-term concept how the airport will develop.
Developed by Milo Taylor, Idaho's Deadly 3 consists of three challenging airstrips: Dewey Moore, Simonds and Vines, set in the Idaho backcountry.
YouTube channel Historical Gamer discusses PC Pilot's Falcon 5.0 interview with David Lagettie, CEO of MicroProse. In addition, he also talks about updates for B-17 The Mighty 8th, which will launch into Early Access later this year.