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US approves French E-2D acquisition
The US State Department has approved the possible Foreign Military Sale (FMS) of three Northrop Grumman E-2D Advanced Hawkeye airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) aircraft and associated equipment to France.
Serbian Army shows off Chinese-made armed drone
The Serbian Army put its new China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) CH-92A unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) on display on July 4 at Colonel-Pilot Milenko Pavlović Airport, Batajnica.
Third KC-390 for Brazil
A third Embraer KC-390 Millennium medium-lift tactical transport has been handed over to the Força Aérea Brasileira (FAB, Brazilian Air Force).
US Navy begins TH-73A instructor pilot training
The first two instructor pilots from the US Navy’s Training Air Wing 5 (TAW 5) have arrived at Leonardo’s production facility in Philadelphia to train on the new TH-73A Advanced Helicopter Training System (AHTS).
Britain's Aircraft Carrier Conundrum
America, the leading western superpower, pleaded with Britain...
Broader horizons: Munich Airport CEO interview
Munich Airport has had as rocky a year as any other major hub, but this German powerhouse is focusing on the future. CEO Jost Lammers tells Tara Craig how
UK Visitors - Airports of the World Mar/Apr 21
We present a selection of images of aircraft visiting airports around the UK recently. Predominantly, they’re commercial, but almost all are unusual types, wearing new or unique liveries, or first visits by an airline or airliner to a particular airport.
Lanzarote Airport: The jewel of the Canaries
The Canary Island of Lanzarote has been a hotspot for European holidaymakers for decades. While COVID-19 has thrown a temporary spanner in the works, its popularity – especially with aviation enthusiasts – is set to soar once again post-pandemic, as Tom Batchelor finds out
Britannia to Argus Sub-hunter
A report from the August 21, 1959 issue of The Aeroplane and Aeronautics on the changes made to the Bristol Britannia to turn it into the Argus maritime patrol aircraft for the Royal Canadian Air Force
FlyPast Podcast Episode 31
Episode 31 is a group effort as the FlyPast editorial team discuss the late, Squadron Leader Goodman, his involvement with 617 squadron and the enduring legacy of their missions, namely the famous raid on the dams for Operation Chastise....
FlyPast September 2021
The full issue in page-turning format
An exclusive interview with Scott Gentile
Bulldog on short final
Aeroplane Heaven has announced the Bristol Bulldog is nearing...
MilViz’s Cessna 310R Redux
Long-standing developer MilViz has released its brand new 310R Redux which has been rebuilt from the ground up…