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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).
PACAF releases findings on 2019 Kunsan F-16C mishap
Results of an investigation into the landing mishap of an F-16C Fighting Falcon multi-role fighter at Kunsan Air Base, South Korea, have been released by the US Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) command.
Belgium commences Falcon 7X training
The Belgian Air Component has started training operations using the first of two Dassault Falcon 7X VIP transport aircraft.
CH-47 engine integration programme progresses
Boeing, GE Aviation, and the US Army’s Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center (CCDC AvMC) have further demonstrated the T408-GE-400 turboshaft engine’s performance on the CH-47 Chinook, following another successful ground test.
Farewell M&S: New BA catering partner revealed
After parting ways with the British retailer in October, the airline has announced its latest collaborator
Sriwijaya Air 737 missing after take-off in Indonesia
An Indonesian Boeing 737 with 62 people onboard has gone missing after take-off from Jakarta.
QUIZ: How well do you know your airlines? - Part 3
This week we're testing your airline recognition skills! Can you identify these carriers based upon these small cropped livery segments? Let us know what score you get!
Aviation News June 2021
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Brian Moloney Pioneer jet pilot
Tom Spencer recounts some of Sqn Ldr Brian Moloney’s experiences commanding the Royal Aircraft Establishment’s secretive T Flight, as it paved the way testing jet aircraft
The Historic Aviation 5-a-day
The de Havilland Heron flew for the first time on May 10, 1950. Here are a selection of photos from the Key archive
Orbx Simulation's Bilbao (LEBB)
La Paloma (‘The Dove’)
An exclusive interview with Honeycomb Aeronautical
Navigraph charts now available
Following a year of development and two months of beta testing,...