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Spitfire Week Quiz

We dedicated last week to the iconic Spitfire as part of our celebrations to mark the end of the 80th Battle of Britain anniversary. How much were you paying attention? Test yourself!

A complete 100-year timeline of KLM's fleet

The world's oldest airline has had a lot of aircraft in its 100-year history, here they all are!

L3Harris to modify King Air 350ERs for Canadian ISR mission

US-based defence contractor, L3Harris Technologies, revealed on November 2 that it has been contracted to modify three new Beechcraft King Air 350ERs into special mission aircraft for Canada

USAF F-15 fleet to receive ACES 5 ejection seats

Collins Aerospace announced on October 29 that it has been awarded a US$700m contract to qualify, produce and field the ACES 5 next-generation ejection seat for various US Air Force aircraft

BREAKING: Hi Fly to end A380 operations

As a result of the pandemic, the wet-lease specialist is dropping the world’s largest commercial airliner in favour of a smaller alternative

US Navy seeks E-3D in-flight trainer for E-6B Mercury fleet

The US Navy seeks to procure a Boeing E-3D Sentry airborne early warning and control system for use as an in-flight trainer to reduce the wear on its E-6B Mercury command and control aircraft

Ryanair reveals plan for 737 MAX service entry

While announcing significant financial losses, the low-cost carrier set out its service entry schedule for the embattled jet

The Monday Military Aviation Quiz 15

Welcome to the 15th Monday Military Aviation Quiz! How well do you know your modern military aircraft? Test your aircraft recognition skills on our quiz here!

Delta retires final Boeing 777

The American carrier’s last remaining Triple Seven bowed out over the weekend with a transcontinental service

US approves Bell 412EPi, 429 helicopter sale to Guyana

The US State Department announced on October 30 that it has approved the possible Foreign Military Sale of two Bell 412EPi and two 429 GlobalRanger light utility helicopters to Guyana

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