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Before the dramatic events of 2020, Spain’s Teruel Airport handled the usual storage and scrappage of aircraft. However, with the aviation industry facing its biggest-ever challenge from the COVID-19 pandemic, unwanted airliners have been arriving for disposal at the site on an unprecedented scale, as Javier Rodríguez shows
Firmly established as Ethiopia's largest airport, Addis Ababa’s Bole International serves as an important gateway in East Africa. Ron Mak visited in 2005 and in this special snapshot reveals that rarer aircraft still made a frequent appearance
Northern Ireland’s second busiest airport has experienced the most difficult year in its history with the loss of biggest customer, Flybe, followed by the impact of the disastrous COVID-19 pandemic. Declan Hasson reflects upon George Best Belfast City, its recent challenges and how the unique ‘downtown’ facility is fighting back once again
Of course, Key.Aero will be here for you with fresh content over Christmas. But how else can you get your historic aviation fix over the festive period?
Boeing announced on December 21 that it has been awarded a ten-year-long contract by the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) to support its fleet of F-15SG Strike Eagle multi-role fighters
As it continues to deal with the COVID-19 crisis, the low-cost carrier lays out its plans for new aircraft handovers
Thranda Design has finally released its awesome Pilatus PC-6 Turbo Porter. Load up your most challenging airport and come along for a look at one of the most fully-featured add-ons ever made for X-Plane.
Fifty years ago, on December 21, 1970, the first Grumman F-14 Tomcat twin-engine, two-seat, variable-sweep wing fighter graced the skies for its inaugural flight. Key.Aero traces the development and history of this icon of the skies and the silver screen
You may not know which aviation museums are open during the festive season, what tier they're in, or what restrictions are in place. Not to worry - we're here to help!
Founded in 2014, Gaya Simulations is a small developer for Microsoft Flight Simulator, Prepar3D and X-Plane. Its aim is to create high-quality scenery with emphasis on attention to detail. We spoke to its founder and CEO Raz Goeta to find out more about the company.
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