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History in the Air Since 1911

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Ex-Thunder City Lightning returns to UK — in 'kit' form!

F6 arrives at Binbrook as birthday present for legendary ex-Lightning unit boss

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How do you become a Shuttleworth Collection pilot?

Flying for Shuttleworth is a privileged position, and it involves the training and preparation to match. New Aeroplane columnist Richard Crockett tells us how it started for him

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Inside story of The Vintage Aviator's Fokker 'Eindecker'

Built in Germany, the latest First World War aeroplane to join The Vintage Aviator’s fleet in New Zealand represents one of the conflict’s pioneers — the Fokker E.III

Airworthy Starfighter project under way in Canada

British Columbia museum takes delivery of CF-104D from owner in Arizona

Navy Wings to re-engine Sea Fury

Single-seat FB11 may return to flight as early as next year with Pratt & Whitney engine

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How Israel made an air-dropping transport out of the Boeing 377

Needing to air-drop supplies to British mercenaries in Yemen, the Israeli Air Force set about having some veteran Boeing 377 Stratocruisers converted — and an unusual operating concept

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Warbird pilot Brian Smith's Spitfire love affair

The world’s most illustrious airworthy Spitfire, the Old Flying Machine Company’s MkIX MH434, is 80 this year. To mark the occasion, one of its pilots reflects on his privileged association with this outstanding warbird — and the Hanna family

Famous Mustang racer flies again

‘Thunderbird’ stars during debut at EAA AirVenture show at Oshkosh

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Incredible story of the world's last flying Sunderland

Edward Hulton knew he was chucking money down the drain in keeping Short Sunderland G-BJHS flying, but he wasn’t about to throw away his dream. Thirty years after it left for the States, the archives of its former captain, Ken Emmott, offer some wonderful memories

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