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Elbit Systems to support Israeli T-6A Efroni fleet
Elbit Systems has announced that it has been contracted to provide operation, maintenance and logistic services for the Israeli Air Force’s (IAF’s) Beechcraft T-6A Efroni trainer aircraft fleet.
Australia to procure an additional MQ-4C Triton
The Australian Department of Defence has announced that it will acquire a third Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton high-altitude, long-endurance (HALE) unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).
Boeing and Kongsberg team up to provide Poseidon support
Norway’s Kongsberg Defense and Aerospace (KDA) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Boeing to provide localised maintenance and support on the nation’s future P-8A Poseidon fleet.
US Navy receives first two Block III Super Hornets
Boeing has delivered the first two F/A-18E/F Block III Super Hornets carrier-capable multi-role fighters to the US Navy for flight testing.
USAF Reapers arrive in Estonia
In co-operation with the Estonian government, the USAF has deployed MQ-9A Reaper unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAV), personnel and support equipment to Amari air base, Estonia.
What are the busiest air routes in the world this month?
As COVID-19 continues to severely impact the majority of the air travel industry, data from OAG reveals the regional differences in the recovery
Loganair chief executive reveals future fleet strategy
Made up of Saabs, ATRs and Embraers, the Scottish carrier’s roster is a patchwork of various types. But is this a deliberate tactic and what does the future have in store? In part two of Key.Aero’s exclusive interview with Jonathan Hinkles, the airline’s chief executive, we find out
Bombardier to end Learjet production this year
Nearly 60 years after first entering service, the ultimate flying symbol of luxury has finally received the chop
Revealing Report of WW2 RAF Bomber Crew Training
A fascinating account of the ingenious techniques used to train each crewmember on Blenheims from the July 11, 1941 edition of The Aeroplane
64 years of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
On Sunday, the renowned historic display group celebrated its birthday. We’ve put together a collection of our favourite images to celebrate the milestone
BIG LANCASTER RESTORATION NEWS!
The Lincolnshire Aviation Centre has released the following statement highlighting a plan to return Lancaster NX611 'Just Jane' to flight
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