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Boeing delivers 2,500th AH-64 Apache
A major milestone has been passed in the production and delivery of the AH-64 Apache attack helicopter as Boeing recently handed over the 2,500th example.
NATO receives first A330 MRTT
Airbus has delivered its first of eight Airbus A330 Multi-Role Tanker/Transport (MRTT) aircraft to NATO for use as part of its Multinational MRTT Fleet (MMF).
Airbus to lead Eurofighter radar integration effort
Airbus has been contracted to develop, supply and integrate 115 Captor-E electronically scanned array (E-Scan) radars for the German and Spanish Eurofighter EF-2000 multi-role fighter fleets.
South Korea orders 20 more TA-50s
Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) has been contracted to deliver 20 new-build TA-50 Block 2 lead-in fighter trainer/light attack aircraft to the Republic of Korea Air Force (RoKAF).
Combat Aircraft Journal August 2020
Welcome to Combat Aircraft Journal August 2020
Heathrow at 75
It may not have been London’s first airport, but over 75 fascinating years, Heathrow has become synonymous with air travel to and from the UK. To mark the milestone, Tara Craig examines the hub’s wider impact both at home and abroad
Retro snapshot: A vantage of Venezuela
Regular contributor, Ron Mak, delves into his personal archive to share some of his most fascinating shots from across several Venezuelan gateways between 1979 and 1983
From Montréal to the middle of nowhere
There are no roads to Salluit, so aviation is integral to everyday life. Sebastian Schmitz crosses the 55th parallel to visit the northern Québécois outpost
Lawrence 'Benny' Goodman passes away aged 100
The 100 year old veteran flew operations for 617 Squadron in World War Two and more recently became the advocate of a project to end anti-Semitism
“How I filmed Battle of Britain scenes from inside a Spitfire”
John Preece got more than he bargained for when he was chosen to be a pilot in the most iconic historic aviation film ever made
BBMF Dakota Flypast Marks Bomber Command at 85
A flypast from the BBMF C-47 Dakota during a commemorative ceremony at International Bomber Command Centre has marked the 85th anniversary of RAF Bomber Command
C90B King Air v2.0
A Classic Aircraft Revisited
Back to Basics: Stage 1 – Lesson 10
Forced landings without power