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First Rafales reach India

Five Indian Air Force (IAF) Dassault Rafales took off from the company’s Mérignac Airport facility on July 27 to ferry the fighters to Ambala Air Force Station (AFS) in northern India.

The world’s top attack helicopters

With air-to-air missiles, the latest stealth technology and even an ‘electronic warfare system’, these military helicopters are the most advanced on earth.

Historic Aviation Quiz - test your knowledge!

This week's quiz will test you even more on your historic aviation knowledge!

Airports That Don’t Exist Anymore

From housing developments to business parks, many airports all over the world have been closed and repurposed as something entirely different. Here’s eight examples you might not have heard of.

Munich Prepar3D

Aerosoft has announced Munich Airport is now available.

The Monday Military Aviation Quiz

Welcome to the Monday Military Aviation Quiz! How good of a military spotter do you consider yourself to be? Test your aircraft recognition skills on our quiz here!

The first flight of the de Havilland Comet

On July 27, 1949, the world’s first pressurised commercial jet airliner made its first flight. Four years later, this revolutionary aircraft would be flying the Queen.

Las Vegas for X-Plane

FlyTampa has announced Las Vegas McCarran (KLAS) Airport is now available for X-Plane 11.

UK Flight School Orders 10 Electric Aircraft

Gloucestershire-based Skyborne Airline Academy has become the first UK pilot training school to place an order for Bye Aerospace’s all-electric aircraft.

World's First Airbus A330 Retired

The first Airbus A330 to enter commercial service has been retired by Cathay Dragon following 24 years of operation.

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