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QinetiQ H145 breaks cover
A new-build Airbus Helicopters H145 twin-engine light utility helicopter, painted in QinetiQ colours, has conducted post-production flight tests at the company’s facility in Donauwörth, Germany.
Combat Aircraft Journal June 2020
Welcome to Combat Aircraft Journal June 2020...
New team launches Bronco II SOCOM Armed Overwatch bid
Leidos has announced that it will lead a team effort to offer the Bronco II light attack/multi-mission aircraft for the US Special Operations Command (SOCOM) Armed Overwatch prototype programme.
Marshall contracted to support Cameroon C-130Hs
Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group (ADG) has been awarded a five-year contract to support the Lockheed C-130H Hercules tactical transport fleet of the Armée de l’Air du Cameroun (Cameroon Air Force, CAF).
EASA green-lights Boeing 737 MAX return
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has today (January 27), given its seal of approval to the Boeing 737 MAX, ending a nearly two-year grounding period by allowing the jet to return to the skies in the region.
Is this the third runway plan that could ‘rescue’ Heathrow?
Born out of his own experience operating from the London hub, Jock Lowe explains to Key.Aero why his plan is now the only viable option left for expanding the airport
VIDEO: Alaska Airlines accepts maiden 737 MAX
Watch our video of the Seattle-based carrier taking delivery of the newly recertified next-generation Boeing narrowbody
Royal Australian Air Force turns 100
It is now officially 100 years old, but the seeds of what became the Royal Australian Air Force were sown before the Great War...
Ninety years ago, Britain clinched the prestigious Schneider Trophy at Calshot. Ken Ellis pays homage to a unique aeronautical time capsule
Save The Skymaster aims to return historic aircraft to British skies
It came to Britain to star in Candy Bomber, a film that was never made, but now an ambitious project aims to return a historic Douglas C-54 Skymaster to British skies. Charles Woodley outlines the plans and details the machine’s remarkable career
Peter Stark takes a look at an innovative firefighting utility...
Back to Basics Stage 1 – Lesson 7
This edition we discuss the circuit pattern in more detail…...
Aerosoft's CRJ 700/900 X
Aerosoft’s short-haul jet is ready for take-off The...