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UK receives first remanufactured AH-64E attack helicopters

The British Army Air Corps accepted its first two Boeing AH-64E Apache Guardian attack helicopters at Wattisham Flying Station, Suffolk, on November 26 – after the aircraft were remanufactured from the UK’s current WAH-64D-standard

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BRIEFING FILE

Under the skin of aviation technology and tacticsIn all respects,...

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A DAY FOR THE AGES

RETROSPECTIVE German aircraft exhibitionIt was the ticket of...

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Swords into Ploughshares

CLASSICS Auster G-AGTOWhen its present owners bought Auster 5J1...

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HangarTalk: Aeroplane January 2021

CommentComment on historic aviation by the chief executive of...

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Pocket Rocket

Pilot report by Pfalz D.VIII

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ROYAL AIRCRAFT FACTORY RE8

Bomb-toting Daimler-built RE8 B5106...

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Witness to ‘Winkle’

‘Winkle' Brown and the first jet carrier landing

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Aeroplane meets Addison Pemberton

Historic aircraft have truly become a way of life...

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FlightLine

CommentRecollections and reflections — a seasoned historian’s...

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Night Birds

WW2 History: P-70s in the Pacific

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Fly, little bird

WORKSHOPIn the de Havilland Aircraft Museum at Salisbury Hall,...

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When enemies became friends

In 1941, the then German Navy had nearly killed Eric Brown when it torpedoed HMS Audacity. Come 1958, things were very different...

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21 facts about Pearl Harbor

To mark the 79th anniversary of the attack, here some facts that you may not know

The Monday Military Aviation Quiz 20

Welcome to the 20th Monday Military Aviation Quiz! How well do you know your modern military aircraft? Test your aircraft recognition skills on our quiz here!

US Army to receive 36 new Shadow Block III UAS

Textron Systems revealed on December 2 that it will deliver 36 new Block III-configured RQ-7B Shadow unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) to the US Army in a deal worth US$66m

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Silent Snoopers

As the Rivet Joint approaches its half-century, it’s time to loosen the bolt and explore why this electronic surveillance aircraft remains the backbone of the USAF’s medium-altitude intelligence gathering capability

Guild of Aviation Artists Pop-up 3D Virtual Exhibition now LIVE

The Guild of Aviation Artists exhibition is LIVE now!

Concorde captain on JFK departure and going supersonic

A former British Airways Concorde captain talks through the unique take-off from runway 31L at the New York hub and the transonic acceleration process

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Airliner World January 2021

Welcome to Airliner World January 2021

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Aeroplane January 2021

Welcome to Aeroplane January 2021

France welcomes first of three Airbus A330-200s

The French Air and Space Force's 3/60 ‘Estérel’ transport squadron accepted its first of three Airbus A330-243 strategic transports at Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport on November 26

Raytheon to deliver more Silent Knight radars to USSOCOM

The Pentagon revealed on December 1 that it has awarded Raytheon Technologies a US$235.6m contract for the production and delivery of more Silent Knight radars to USSOCOM

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QUIZ: How well do you know your retro liveries - Part 2

Back by popular demand - this week's Commerical Aviation quiz focuses on the liveries of yesteryear and tests your knowledge of paint schemes which adorned some of the world's largest airlines

US approves Canadian CC-177A sustainment package

The US State Department announced on December 1 that it has approved the possible Foreign Military Sale (FMS) to Canada of sustainment equipment for its Boeing CC-177 Globemaster III fleet

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