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Boeing’s Loyal Wingman completes first taxi run

Boeing announced on October 22 that its Airpower Teaming System has moved under its own power for the first time, marking a key milestone in the platform’s development

Where are all British Airways’ Boeing 747s now?

With this month’s announcements that two ex-BA jumbos are due to be saved from the scrapheap, Key Aero wanted to find out what happened to the rest of the flag carrier’s near 100-strong fleet

Russia’s last civil Tu-154 performs final flight

The end of an era as the country’s last commercially operated Tu-154 conducts its final flight

Hawk T1/A for Aerofly FS 2

Just Flight, in partnership with Propair Flight, has announced the Hawk T1/A Advanced Trainer for Aerofly FS 2 is released.

What makes the Spitfire so good?

Antony Parkinson MBE might have done over 1000 hours in both the Eurofighter Typhoon and F4 Phantom, but he rates the Spitfire as one of the greatest aeroplanes he’s ever flown. Here’s why

The cost of a Spitfire (it’ll make your eyes water)

Back in the 1940s, it’s said that a Spitfire would be £5,000 to make. That’s a drop in the ocean compared to what one would set you back now…

Boeing 777-300ERSF Launch Operator Revealed

The launch customer for the world’s largest twin-engine freighter has been unveiled

Sikorsky to produce six more King Stallions

The US Department of Defense announced on October 26 that it had awarded Sikorsky a US$550m contract modification to produce and deliver six CH-53K King Stallion heavy-lift transport helicopters

Infinite Flight 20.2 Released

Infinite Flight has released version 20.2, the second major update of the year.

Stranded in Storage: Has Lufthansa Lost Six 747s?

The Boeing 747-400s were flown into the facility earlier this year and are now stuck

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