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Red Arrows gear up for 60th anniversary season

The iconic aerobatic display team have returned to nine jets for the landmark season

XtremeAIR XA41 for X-Plane released

Vertigo Design has announced the XtremeAIR XA41 (AKA "Sbach 300") for X-Plane 11 and 12 is now available.

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Vintage Aerobatic World Championship: Aviation’s friendly games

Aerobatic competitions don’t have to be hotly contested battles to see who the most precise pilot is or who has the best G tolerance, as Martin Needham discovered at the Real Aeroplane Company’s Breighton headquarters

UK MoD plots Red Arrows move to RAF Waddington

Plans to relocate the Royal Air Force’s (RAF’s) world-renowned aerobatic team, the Red Arrows, to RAF Waddington – following the closure of its current home, RAF Scampton – have been announced by the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD).

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Aeroplane meets Steve Jones

It was no surprise when this outstanding aviator took so readily...

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“Les Flèches Noires"

Ian Stark describes the exploits of the RAF’s Black Arrows...

Russian Knights equip with Su-35S

The United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) has delivered four Sukhoi Su-35S 'Flanker-E' fourth-generation fighters to the Russian Aerospace Forces for use by one of the air arm's aerobatic team, the Russian Knights.

Roulettes fly first PC-21 display

THE ROYAL AUSTRALIAN Air Force’s (RAAF’s) Roulettes aerobatic display team conducted its first public display since transitioning from the Pilatus PC-9/A to the more capable PC-21 at RAAF Base Point Cook in Melbourne on October 3.