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Tasmania is as far south as you can go in Australia and is exposed to the sometimes wild weather that sweeps in from the west on the 'Roaring 40s'. Pick the right weather, however, and the clear air will give you views that seem to stretch from one side of Tasmania to the other!
Turkish Air Force Lockheed Martin F-16C/D Block 50+ Fighting Falcons currently deployed in Malbork, Poland for NATO Enhanced Air Policing conducted aerial manoeuvres with a Polish Air Force CASA C295M aircraft
Lockheed Martin announced on August 24 that it has been awarded a US$328.8m, five-year contract from the Indian Air Force to provide dedicated and comprehensive support for India's fleet of 12 C-130J-30 Super Hercules tactical transports
Republic of Singapore Air Force-operated Airbus A330 MRTT - serial 764 - which has been converted as a prototype of the automatic air-to-air-refuelling (A3R) A330 SMART MRTT, has returned to Spain for completion of its trials programme
After weeks of speculation, the airline selected the European airframer for its new narrowbodies
In part two of an exclusive interview with Key.Aero, the commander of Air Transat Flight 236 recounts the incredible story of his dual engine flameout over the Atlantic and 75-mile-long glide to a successful landing
We speak with former USAF pilot, Dean ‘Wilbur’ Wright, who discusses his impressive career of flying the A-10 and F-117A operationally, as well as for the service’s world-renowned Thunderbirds air demonstration squadron and his time on the Harrier GR7 during an exchange tour with the RAF
Seven Boeing Vertol CH-46E Sea Knight helicopters operated by the US Department of State Air Wing (DoSAW) have been abandoned in Afghanistan
We consider the fate of the Afghan Air Force following the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan
The Canberra’s first participation in a UK air defence exercise led to wildly different claims in the press about how the bomber and defending fighters had performed. Read here the informative article from the October 24, 1952 issue of The Aeroplane on this landmark exercise
Three USAF Northrop Grumman B-2A Spirit stealth bombers from the 509th Bomb Wing at Whiteman AFB, Missouri, arrived at Keflavik Air Base, Iceland on August 23
One industrial designer's concepts seemed radical for the times, but they influenced contemporary aircraft designs from the B-2 Stealth bomber to the A-320 airliner...
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