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Aircraft Report: Eurofighter Typhoon
Its development began in 1983 and it now has a supply chain employing over 100,000 people: Key.Aero analyses the Eurofighter Typhoon, an ultra-sophisticated, multirole fighter
Boeing partner with MHI on Japanese F-15J upgrades
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and Boeing recently signed a direct commercial sale agreement to support upgrades to Japan’s F-15J multi-role fighter fleet.
NATO receives fourth Phoenix
The fourth RQ-4D Phoenix unmanned aerial system (UAS) was delivered to NATO’s Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) Force at Sigonella air base, Italy, on July 26.
First Rafales reach India
Five Indian Air Force (IAF) Dassault Rafales took off from the company’s Mérignac Airport facility on July 27 to ferry the fighters to Ambala Air Force Station (AFS) in northern India.
The world’s top attack helicopters
With air-to-air missiles, the latest stealth technology and even an ‘electronic warfare system’, these military helicopters are the most advanced on earth.
Direct to the Falklands
AIRLINER WOULD'S COMPREHENSIVE OF WOULDWIDE NEWS LUFTHANSA...
What the Brexit deal means for the aviation industry
Keith Nuthall wades through the 1,200-page Brexit deal to help establish what the divorce papers mean for the aviation industry
With a career spanning more than 35 years, Barbara Kracht – Airbus’ former VP of media relations – experienced first-hand the impressive growth of the pan-European airframer. Here, she tells Thomas Haynes about her time working for what is now one of the biggest names in the business
“HOW DID THEY GET IT MADE?”
A film about the CIA’s clandestine air transport firm engaging...
In World War Two and the Berlin Airlift, these two Douglas C-47s played their part. Now, owned by leading flight experiences operator Aero Legends, these fine veterans are embarking on the next phase of their careers — and passenger flights might be back on the agenda, too
Revealed – the precision engineering of the Sea Vixen
A revealing report on the production of the Sea Vixen from the April 4, 1958 issue of The Aeroplane
Nvidia GTX 1180 rumoured to touch down in July
According to a report on the Tom’s Hardware website, the first...
Richard Benedikz travelled to Spain to discover how flight simulators are being used to improve safety in firefighting
Back to Basics: Stage 1 - Lesson 11
Getting through the checkride