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A fascinating snapshot in time from ‘The Aeroplane and Commercial Aviation News, June 25, 1964’ issue when supersonic travel was on the horizon. This article details how Qantas, like many airlines at the time, was planning to add supersonic airliners to its fleet
A Royal Air Force (RAF) Typhoon has shot down an uncrewed aerial vehicle (UAV) while operating over Syria, marking the first operational air-to-air engagement conducted by the type in UK service
For flight simulation, the A300-600 has been missing, until now. Step up iniBuilds, with its A300-600R add-on for X-Plane 11. Can an A320 pilot like myself fly the old girl? Will I be able to navigate the steam dials and can I cope with the yoke? Let’s find out.
An agreement has been reached between Newark Air Museum (NAM) and the Lincolnshire’s Lancaster Association (LLA), that has resulted in the ownership of the Avro Shackleton, WR977 and the Avro Vulcan, XM594 being immediately transferred to NAM
A modified, stealthier production version of the Sukhoi S-70 Okhotnik UCAV has been unveiled. The official rollout took place on December 14 at the Novosibirsk Aviation Plant V P Chkalov
Chris Partridge looks back at his flight simulation journey, starting with a Sinclair Spectrum ZX81 in the early 1980s, through to the golden age of combat simulation in the 90s and the VR experience of high-end modern jets and helicopters currently available in DCS World.
An S7 Airlines Airbus A321neo stalled during an in-flight upset after take-off from Magadan/Sokol, Russian investigators report.
Airbus looks to have been the beneficiary of an €8.6bn deal for the development, manufacture and delivery of more than 160 H160M ‘Guépard’ helicopters for the French Armed Forces
Orbx has announced the next Australian destination for Microsoft Flight Simulator (MSFS) is Mackay Airport.
Since 1995, a major version of X-Plane has been released every few years. While updates have been coming fast and furious, the user interface has barely been good enough and the testing has been at a minimum. But with X-Plane 12 on the horizon, everything is different. X-Plane’s creator Austin Meyer explains why.
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