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President and Chief Pilot of HARS Aviation Museum, Bob De La Hunty, spoke to Key Aero’s Dino Carrara about the huge effort to obtain its Super Constellation and get it flying again
Until 1940, the debate continued to rage over the true power of the carrier aircraft. That November, 21 dated biplanes proved the point. This article is taken from a new special magazine from Key Publishing called 'Carrier Aircraft of the Propeller Era'
Apple TV+ has unveiled the first teaser for its highly anticipated, nine-episode series
With Key.Aero celebrating Lockheed's world changing Constellation, we dedicate this week’s quiz to what is perhaps one of – if not the – most elegant propliners to ever grace the skies…
In partnership with India’s Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), the Indian Navy carried out guided flight trials of its indigenously developed Naval Anti-Ship Missile-Short Range (NASM-SR) on November 21, when the weapon was fired from a Sea King Mk 42B ASW/ASuW helicopter for the second time
The USMC moved another step closer to phasing out its legacy Hornet fleet on November 9, when Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 115 (VMFA-115) was deactivated at MCAS Beaufort in South Carolina
Following news in August that the BOAC liveried British Airways Boeing 747 was being dismantled, parts of the aircraft have now begun to be sold online to the public.
Andreas Rohde takes us island-hopping on Air Flamenco
Christian Winter takes us on an airborne tour of Tokyo, following aircraft on their tracks in and out of Tokyo/Haneda
Lee Cross takes a look at the history of one of the UK’s most pioneering airlines
Hype Performance Group has announced the H160 for Microsoft Flight Simulator is out now.
PMDG has announced the long-awaited Universal Flight Tablet for the PMDG 737-600/700/800/900 series in Microsoft Flight Simulator is now available.