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George Haye has fulfilled the dream of owning a Spitfire having bought RW382/G-PBIX, which is also known as the Suffolk Spitfire. He tells Key Aero’s Dino Carrara whether the reality of owning this iconic warbird has lived up to the dream.
Vladimir Kotelnikov, in the February 2014 issue of FlyPast, revealed the Spitfire’s combat career with Soviet forces.
Yeovilton-based charity Navy Wings have issued the following statement:
Funding boost for apprenticeship programme at Old Warden
As defence ministers and military officials flew in for a NATO meeting on Ukraine, Babak Taghvaee was at Ramstein Air Base in Germany to witness the comings and goings
Seoul has requested a government-to-government Foreign Military Sale for the purchase of 25 fifth-generation F-35A Lightning II fighters has been approved by the US State Department
Ultra low-cost carrier Wizz Air has taken delivery of an Airbus A321neo from Airbus’ Tianjin production line, making it the first European carrier to receive a Chinese-assembled example.
A court has ordered Airbus to hand back millions of dollars to a Russian lessor
London Gatwick Airport has kicked off a multi-million pound facelift of its North Terminal, with the aim of creating “a more appealing space for passengers to relax, shop, and eat”.
A preliminary report into an incident in which a Delta Air Lines Boeing 717 was substantially damaged while landing without its nosewheel gear extended has attributed a cause
British Airways’ parent company International Airlines Group (IAG) has announced a firm order for six Boeing 787-10s which will join the flag carrier’s fleet in 2025 and 2026.
In this review, we take a look at the latest aircraft to receive the Black Square treatment, the Baron B58.