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Boeing 757: Seattle’s Dark Horse

With high performance and good economics, Boeing’s long-ranged 757 found a niche in the market...

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Sea Harrier FRS.1 to FA.2: A Capability Odyssey

Paul Stone, a former commanding officer of both 800 and 801 Naval...

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AirForces Monthly August 2020

Welcome to AirForces Monthly August 2020

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Turbine Times: The Viscount and BEA

With the Vickers Viscount, BEA was the world’s first airline to fly a turbine-powered aircraft...

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South American Sojourn Part 2: An Unexpected Journey

Gerry Manning recalls a memorable Ian Allan Aviation Tours trip...

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Aviation News August 2020

Welcome to Aviation News August 2020

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The Birds from Brazil: 40 Years of the Tucano

First flown in 1980, the Embraer EMB-312 Tucano has excelled...

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Thai Airways: Asian Airline Royalty

A pioneer in jet operation and widely celebrated for its standard of service...

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UK orders first three Protectors

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc (GA-ASI) has been contracted by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) to build its first three Protector RG1 unmanned combat air systems (UCAS) for the Royal Air Force.

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