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Royal New Zealand Air Force and the Mosquito

Two months’ of meticulous planning, calculated to deliver the decisive blow, was unleashed by the Allies at 13:00 hours on February 22, 1945. A massive daylight offensive was targeting enemy transport and communication systems.

Why did a 787 fly above 1,000 microphones 88 times?

Over an eight-day period, Boeing flew a Dreamliner with more than 200 acoustic sensors attached to it over a set of ground-based microphones 88 times. Here’s why…

JetBlue Reveals Transatlantic Tail Design

The New York-based carrier unveiled the new tail for the first aircraft it intends to use to begin London services next year

The de Havilland Hornet Moth

Enclosed cockpit, side-by-side seats and room for the golf clubs: enter the 1930s and de Havilland’s touring aircraft.

He opened the Hornet Moth door over the Channel... and refuelled it in mid-air!

For sheer audacity and bravery, this story of a daring World War II escape takes some beating.

De Havilland's half-plane, half-helicopter

Meet the Autogiro: built in secret and incorporating some seriously radical thinking for the early 1930s.

Operation Firedog: Last of the Hornets

A pictorial tribute to the last RAF piston-engined fighters in front line service

Which airlines still use the Boeing 767?

Boeing’s first widebody twinjet has been in service for more than 40 years – but how many airlines continue to use the aircraft for passenger services? Key.Aero finds out...

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Aircraft Report: T-1A Jayhawk

For almost 30 years, Raytheon’s T-1A Jayhawk has provided USAF student pilots with advanced flying training before they transition to the service’s airlift and tanker aircraft

Alesund Vigra Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator Out Now

Orbx has announced ENAL Alesund Vigra Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator is now available.

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