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LCA Navy makes first arrested landing

Thomas Newdick

AN INDIAN Navy Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) LCA Navy fighter caught an arresting cable at a shore-based test facility in Goa for the first time on September 13.

Thomas Newdick

ICAO Codes

Richard Benedikz

ICAO codes explained.

Richard Benedikz

Taiwan's Advanced Jet Trainer unveiled

Thomas Newdick

THE NEW trainer for the Republic of China Air Force (ROCAF) was rolled out in a ceremony at the Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation (AIDC) factory in Taichung on September 24.

Thomas Newdick

Tomahawk for Aerofly FS 2 in Development

Richard Benedikz

Following on from the release of the PA-38 Tomahawk for FSX/Prepar3D and X-Plane, Just Flight has announced the aircraft is now in development for Aerofly FS 2.

Richard Benedikz

Courchevel SP1 Due Imminently

Richard Benedikz

Orbx has announced service pack 1 for Courchevel is incoming.

Richard Benedikz

Luftwaffe's "Carbon Warrior" breaks cover

Khalem Chapman

The Luftwaffe (German Air Force) has a tradition of giving special paint schemes to both its Eurofighter and Tornado combat aircraft, highlighting anniversaries or for NATO's annual Tiger Meet. It seems the air arm is at it again with the newly painted 'Carbon Warrior' breaking cover.

Khalem Chapman

Kuwait's first H225M begins flight testing

Khalem Chapman

The first Airbus H225Ms destined to see operational service with Kuwait have started flight testing.

Khalem Chapman

Edinburgh Incoming

Richard Benedikz

John Venema from Orbx has announced EGPH Edinburgh Airport for both X-Plane 11 and Prepar3D is due for imminent release.

Richard Benedikz

PC Pilot Issue 124 Preview

Richard Benedikz

The new November/December issue of PC Pilot has finally arrived, and as usual it is loaded with exciting reviews, features and tutorials.

Richard Benedikz
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Extreme Airports

Thomas Haynes

Five of the world’s most extreme airports

Thomas Haynes