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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.
An exclusive interview with Microsoft and Asobo Studio.
Able to cruise at Mach 2, the Concorde crossed the Atlantic daily, cutting journey times from seven-plus hours to near three. It flew 20,000ft higher than regular jets and could fly so fast, the sun would rise in the west as it did so. The new DC Designs Concorde is now available for FSX and all versions of Prepar3D. So, fasten your seat belts as we take a look at the world of supersonic passenger flight.
Half a century on from Airbus Industrie’s founding, Key.Aero recounts the airframer’s first steps on its road to the top and speaks with Barbara Kracht, a 35-year Airbus veteran to find out how the venture nearly failed at the first hurdle
On the 50th anniversary of the founding of Airbus Industrie, Key.Aero speaks to Barbara Kracht, one of the company’s first employees, to find out what it was like to work for the pan-European giant
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