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UK’s QinetiQ claims manned-unmanned teaming first

With a point and click interface, on June 19 a semi-autonomous drone was directed to identify targets on the UK Army’s Salisbury Plain test range by an operator onboard an Airbus Helicopters H125.

Profile: The F-86 Sabre

Nearly 200mph faster than the previous P-51, the F-86 Sabre changed the game for the US Air Force

Oneworld New Member Revealed

Alaska Airlines has joined the global airline alliance oneworld, becoming its 14th member carrier.

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35 Years of Ryanair – the Airline You Love to Hate

In July 1985, Irish budget airline Ryanair began operations. From a single turboprop to a fleet of 273 aircraft, Thomas Haynes details its sometimes-controversial history and meteoric rise to the top

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AIR International August 2020

Welcome to AIR International August 2020

How Air Traffic Control Works

It's an incredibly important cog in the aviation machine, but how does air traffic control work?

How well do you know your historic aviation?

Test your knowledge on aviation from the past 100 years.

Inside the world’s biggest aircraft carrier

Three years to the day since President Trump commissioned it, we take a closer look at the USS Gerald R. Ford – so big it has space for over 75 aircraft and can launch 220 airstrikes a day.

Qantas’ Final Boeing 747 Flight

On July 22, Qantas flew the much-loved jumbo for the final time. But not before one final incredible manoeuvre…

New 'Fat Albert' completes first test flight

The US Navy Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron's new 'Fat Albert' support aircraft, C-130J - BuNo 170000 (c/n 382-5483) - carried out its first functional check flight (FCF) from Cambridge Airport on July 20.

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