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The Historic Aviation 5-a-day

The de Havilland Heron flew for the first time on May 10, 1950. Here are a selection of photos from the Key archive

ATM industry survey – beyond Covid-19

Air Traffic Management, in partnership with Frequentis, would like to invite you to take part in a short survey to understand the business priorities across the sector.

Deicers from Clariant: For a safe take-off on ice and snow

Learn about Clariant's special fluids that are used to deice planes and protect them from reicing before take-off

Domestic air travel in Australia back to 70% of pre-Covid levels

We speak to Carl Jones, the Head of Aviation Development at Brisbane Airport, about the state of the industry… and how the travel bubble with New Zealand was set up in just two weeks

Chinese Z-8AWJS crashes during aerial firefighting mission

A Changhe Z-8AWJS multi-role utility helicopter belonging to the Chinese People’s Armed Police-Forestry Corps crashed into Erhai Lake in Dali City – located in China’s Yunnan Province – on May 10

HMS Queen Elizabeth works up Carrier Strike Group operations

As the Royal Navy’s Carrier Strike Group 21 works up operations in preparation for Exercise Strike Warrior and HMS Queen Elizabeth’s (R08) subsequent maiden global deployment, the aircraft on board have been honing their readiness skills

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NATO air policing for XI(B) Squadron

The first pair of XI(B) Squadron Typhoons arrive at Mihail Kogălniceanu...

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IN BRIEF

TURKISH AEROSPACE INDUSTRIES (TAI) revealed on April 25, that...

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Sukhoi Su-35 The Ultimate Flanker

The 4th++ generation Sukhoi Su-35 is the most advanced member...

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The generation gain

Leonardo C-27J Spartan Riccardo Niccoli investigates decades...