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Explore the latest news and features by our world-class aviation journalists. Stay up to date on the latest military aviation developments, commercial airline news, historic plane restoration projects, flight simulation releases and much more.

Aviation records that are still incredible

When Wilbur Wright reached a speed of 37mph back in 1905, little did he know what he’d started. Since then, humankind has pushed the limits of bravery, engineering and physics to go faster, higher and further.

Virgin Atlantic Announces India Return

Crawley-based Virgin Atlantic is set to return to India after a break from flying to the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its associated travel restrictions.

New images released of Su-57 production

The United Aircraft Corporation has released new images of an in-production Sukhoi Su-57 (NATO reporting name: Felon) was revealed by the manufacturer after a visit by the Russian Federation defence minister.

The unknown aviation economy worth £14m

Ever wondered why some airlines can operate cheap flights to obscure destinations and still make a profit? It’s because there’s a relatively unknown aspect of the aviation industry helping them do it…

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AEROPLANE MEETS... Mike Searle

He flew the last airworthy Sunderland, he raced a Spitfire...

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Battle of Britain at 80: Pick Your Battle

The Battle of Britain that ended up being fought bore little relation...

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Flying into the Unknown

As airlines around the world continue to slash jobs and review contracts...

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Battle of Britain at 80: Why no Whirlwind?

"I cannot carry any passengers.".That was the damning assessment of ACM Sir Hugh Dowding...

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Au Revoir, Jumbo!

On June 15, the last of three Corsair Boeing 747-400s...

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Aeroplane September 2020

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