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Fenix Simulations has announced a high-fidelity Airbus A320 for Microsoft Flight Simulator is in development.
Despite heightened security, night arrivals and poor weather in Cornwall there was still the chance to witness some of the world’s rarest aeroplanes, as a plethora of types carrying the leaders of the democratic world descended on the southwest of England for the G7 summit
The Brazilian airframer has revealed the buyer and additional details of the large order which was first announced in May
The USAF has revealed plans to relocate its close air support and rescue missions from Nellis AFB, Nevada, to Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona, at the expense of the 42 oldest examples of its Fairchild Republic A-10C Thunderbolt II fleet
Army Air Corps operations with the Britten-Norman Defender and Islander have finally ended following the departure of the last aircraft from 5 Regiment’s No 651 Squadron at Joint Helicopter Command Flying Station Aldergrove (Belfast International Airport) in Northern Ireland
Ex-RAF pilot Hamish Mahaddie was the man whose job it was to get the aeroplanes together for The Battle of Britain. One of the film’s pilots, John Preece, and Spitfire historian Peter Arnold discuss their memories of him
John Preece spent the summer of 1968 filming in one of the most iconic historic aviation movies ever made. Here’s how he got into it…
It’s probably the most famous footage from the best-known historic aviation movie of all time – but as pilot John Preece explains, it took a few goes to get right…
The late Captain Brown was undoubtedly one of the most accomplished and respected naval test-pilots, flying more than 487 different aircraft during his distinguished career
The airline is set to operate five million seats on flights between the UK and 85 Green and Amber destinations this summer, while Ryanair introduces ‘buy one get one free’ offer for July
Aircraft developer, Carenado has released the C170B for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
The first Boeing P-8A Poseidon for the Royal Norwegian Air Force – serial 9582 ‘Vingtor’ – was rolled out of the paint shop in Renton, Washington, on July 9, after receiving its RNoAF livery, complete with 333 Skvadron’s famed ‘Saint’ logo on the tail
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