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Spain Loses 60 Flights from UK in 24 Hours

Addition of the country onto UK Government's quarantine list has immediate impact on aviation sector

Coronavirus: Airlines Scramble for Survival

The Key Publishing commercial aviation team has put together a list of what some of the biggest names have done so far to deal with this rapidly evolving situation. *all information correct of March 16

Comment: The sorry story of the Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre's impending demise

Newquay Airport museum on the brink of closure as council refuses to budge

Can you help a Spitfire recovery?

Crowd-funding appeal started with aim of bringing MkVb AD377 up from its Norfolk resting-place 

First RAF Protector handed over

Acceptance Test Procedures (ATP) for the first Royal Air Force General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc (GA-ASI) MQ-9B Protector RG1 Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) system have been completed.

USS Gerald R Ford sets sail on first deployment

The US Navy's latest nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, USS Gerald R Ford (CVN-78) departed from Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia, for its first-ever deployment

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Embraer’s E2 orderbook increase

The Brazilian manufacturer has revealed new commitments for its E2 family of jets at the Istanbul Airshow 2022. Find out more…

Belfast City 2022 for Microsoft Flight Simulator

Scenery developer, UK2000 has announced George Best Belfast City Airport is now available for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

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World Airline Passenger Ranking for 2021: Cirium analysis

In this month’s catch-up with the Cirium team, chief of strategy Kevin O’Toole looks back at how the world’s largest airlines fared during the pandemic

HISTORIC QUIZ: BRITISH INTERWAR FIGHTERS

They say the interwar period was the golden era of aviation, but how much do you know about Britain's fighters of that era?

IndiaFoxtEcho M-346 for Microsoft Flight Simulator released

IndiaFoxtEcho has released the Aermacchi M-346 Master for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Norway bids farewell to Falcon 20ECM fleet after 50 years of ops

The Royal Norwegian Air Force marked the end of an era on September 30, when its two-strong fleet of ageing Dassault Falcon 20ECM multi-mission aircraft were flown operationally for the final time – bringing almost 50 years of operations with the type to a close