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Spain opts to acquire additional PC-21s
Having already ordered an initial batch of 24 turboprop-driven Pilatus PC-21s in early 2020, the Spanish Air and Space Force has further bolstered its commitment to the platform by acquiring a further 16 examples from the Swiss aircraft manufacturer, making it the largest operator of the PC-21 in Europe
Ukrainian fighter pilots could learn to fly Typhoons in just a few months
Ukrainian pilots could be trained to fly ex-RAF Typhoon fighter jets in a matter of months, a senior British MP has said
The Monday Military Aviation Quiz 136
Welcome to the 136th Monday Military Aviation Quiz! How well do you know your modern military aircraft? Test your aircraft recognition skills here
Malaysian Army chief announces Black Hawk acquisition
Chief of the Malaysian Army, Gen Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Zamrose Mohd Zain, announced on March 11 that the service’s Army Aviation branch will get four UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, with the newly acquired utility helicopters expected to arrive in-country from May or June 2023
USAF B-1Bs return home after Indo-Pacific deployment
Rockwell B-1B Lancer supersonic-capable strategic bombers and personnel assigned to the USAF’s 34th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron returned to Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota, on March 5 after completing a four-week Bomber Task Force deployment to the Indo-Pacific region
BREAKING: Riyadh Air launches with major aircraft order
Saudi Arabia’s new national carrier signs bumper commitment for widebody jets
Binter UK flights? Airline's big plans revealed
Binter Canarias is embarking on an exciting new chapter in its colourful history, as Matteo Legnani reports from Gran Canaria
How do I become an air traffic controller?
Could you safely manage the traffic at a busy international airport or guide it through some of the world’s most congested airspace? Leading practitioners describe the challenging routes to qualification
How's the Duxford Firefly restoration going?
Latest workshop update on return to flight of naval classic
How to fly the world's oldest airworthy seaplane
Caproni Ca 100 I-ABOU has returned to the water of Lake Como, and the skies, after a three-year overhaul. But what’s this utterly delightful machine like to fly and operate?
Farewell to The Yakovlevs!
Formed in 1999, The Yakovlevs have displayed in front of an estimated two billion people across 13 countries and four continents during more than 2,000 displays…
New Greek destination for MSFS
Scenery developer, JustSim has released a new version of Rhodes Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Texan II X-Plane 12 ready
AOA Simulations has announced the T-6A Texan II is now available for X-Plane 12. The project has been in development for more than three years, and according to AOA is its most detailed model to date.
Bern Airport released
Orbx has announced LSZB Bern Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator is out now.