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High technology company, CAE, revealed on May 3 intentions to expand one of its flight training centres with new full-flight simulators (FFS).
It is understood that the Irish Air Corps will likely transition into an independent air component – potentially titled the Irish Air Force – in the near future
In early 1961 Middle East Airlines (MEA) introduced into service its first jet in the Comet 4C. The January 13 issue ‘The Aeroplane and Astronautics’ reported on how the airline had prepared for a new era
Combat Aircraft Journal reports on Brazil’s 1st Air defense group, its fleet of F-5EMs and its preparation for the F-39E Gripen
The Irish Air Corps (IAC) are close to signing a contract with Austrian company Airborne Technologies (ABT) for three Self Contained Aerial Reconnaissance (SCAR) Pod systems to attach to its PC-9M fleet
Major developments have taken shape ‘down under’ as Australian-based Qantas confirmed at a ceremony in Sydney yesterday (May 2) firm orders for a trio of Airbus types in a historic move – the flag carrier states this would “reshape its international and domestic networks over the next decade and beyond”. Read all about the juicy details here!
Just Flight's study-level 146 Professional add-on for MSFS includes eight passenger and cargo variants with a total of 39 liveries, an Wwise sound pack, fully functional FMS, authentic flight controls and captain and first officer positions complete with hundreds of functional switches, knobs and controls.
With reproductions of both a Maurice Farman Longhorn and an Airco DH2 set to emerge from its Old Warden premises, Flying Restorations is building on its reputation for top-notch workmanship when it comes to antique aeroplanes
Some said it couldn’t be done — that this old aircraft would fail somewhere along the way. However, the Defence Research Agency’s Comet 4 XV814 defied the doubters and, in the summer of 1992, made it round the world. The then head of experimental flying at Farnborough recalled a memorable trip in the May 2016 issue of ‘Aeroplane’
CAPT. M. R. ALDERSON, who was in charge of B.O.A.C.’s Comet unit, spoke to H. A. TAYLOR for the January 11, 1952 issue of ‘The Aeroplane’ and gave an outline of some of the more interesting features in jet transport operation after six months of preliminary route-proving trials
The man who designed the revolutionary Comet jetliner, R E Bishop, wrote this exclusive article for ‘The Aeroplane’ which was published the same day as the aircraft’s first commercial service on May 2, 1952
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