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Thai Airways to sell 34 aircraft, including its 747s

Following a first half-year loss of nearly $900m, the carrier is looking for ways to stay afloat

Jimmy DooLots!

His name certainly wasn’t reflective of his contributions to aviation. We take a brief look at the life and achievements of Jimmy DooLittle!

Australia shows off legacy Hornets in stunning photo shoot

Royal Australian Air Force-operated Boeing F/A-18A Hornets graced the skies on October 29 for a special photo shoot ahead of the multi-role fighter’s retirement next year – and the images are spectacular!

EXCLUSIVE: BA to cancel 100s of flights from Sunday

Travellers have been left in limbo after British Airways confirmed that it was making major revisions to its November flying programme.

France declares IOC of Talios pod on Rafale F3-R

The French Air and Space Force declared initial operational capability of the Talios laser designation pod on the Dassault Rafale F3-R multi-role fighter on October 29

Australia’s REX takes delivery of first jet aircraft

The world’s largest Saab 340 operator has welcomed a Boeing into the fold

East Frisian Islands for Microsoft Flight Simulator

Discover the East Frisian North Sea islands in Microsoft Flight Simulator.

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Combat Aircraft Journal December 2020

Welcome to Combat Aircraft Journal December 2020

Just how much has the wing has developed over time..?

There’s got to be a reason why aeroplanes have gone from low altitude, low speed performance all the way to high altitude supersonic flight. Our guess is that it has something to do with the development of the wing, and here’s why…

First stranded Lufthansa 747 leaves storage for the desert

Following a week of uncertainty, the first jumbo has left Europe for the US

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