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Mirosławiec MQ-9 mission fully operational

MQ-9 N428HK taxies to the runway at Mirosławiec on March 1....

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Alaskan Globemaster heads home

Kenny Peeters WEARING SPECIAL tail markings, Alaska Air National...

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More Texans to Argentina

Latin America On February 15, two T-6C+ aircraft were...

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Lebanese Air Force receives APKWS

A pair of LAF A-29Bs taxies at the type’s home base of Hamat....

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Tokyo favours ‘Japan-led’ F-3 fighter

THE JAPAN Ministry of Defense (MoD) has confirmed that it favours...

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D-Day Skytrain Back in the Air

Douglas C-47A-5-DK Skytrain 42-92451, C-FDTD, taking to the air...

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Auster Meet at Oaksey Park

On July 5, an Auster meet arranged by members of the International...

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V-Jets: Qantas and the Boeing 707

The Boeing 707 was the first jet operated by Qantas. The type brought benefits to the airline and passengers alike, writes Barry Lloyd.

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Qantas museum completes ‘Super Connie’ cockpit

The Qantas Founders Museum’s Super Constellation project is a step closer to being display-ready with the completion of the airliner’s cockpit. Volunteers Ray Boak, John Booth, Bob Sidgwick and Garry Murphy have worked tirelessly to finish this part of the project, which is supported by the Queensland government.

Typhoon project registered as rebuild starts

Work has officially begun on restoring Hawker Typhoon RB396 following a successful Crowdfunder campaign by the Hawker Typhoon Preservation Group.

Combat vet Hellcat flies


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