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Aviation News - The Past, Present and Future of Flight

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Roswell Revealed: Inside one of the US’ lesser-known airliner storage facilities

Barry Ambrose heads to the New Mexico desert to explore the Roswell International Air Center

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First flying Fokker D.XXI in 70 years: A test pilot's view

Leonard van den Broek spoke to test pilot Dan Griffith, who has overseen the 1930’s Dutch fighter’s test flying programme

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Restoring first flying Fokker D.XII in 70 years: behind the scenes

For the first time in more than 70 years, there is a flying Fokker D.XXI in the Netherlands. Leonard van den Broek speaks to those behind the project

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Can China's new COMAC C919 truly rival the A320 and 737?

China has succeeded in pressing into service an indigenously built jet airliner – the COMAC C919. Mark Broadbent details its design and development and ponders its prospects

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How does Iran evade sanctions to acquire western aircraft?

Two former French Air and Space Force Airbus A340-200s have recently appeared in Iran. Babak Taghvaee details the long, delicate process that the heavily sanctioned state takes to acquire western aircraft

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DC-3 Missionary Flight – From the cockpit

In the November 2015 issue of Aviation News, Geoff Jones recounted a trip aboard a Missionary Flights International DC-3C-TP, operating from Florida to Haiti and the Dominican Republic.  

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Air Atlantique Dakotas – Diverse Operations

In the December 2014 issue of Aviation News, Charles Woodley examined the varied work undertaken by Air Atlantique’s Dakotas

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Air Chathams DC-3 – A chance to fly back in time

In the April 2016 issue of Aviation News, Geoff Jones reported how a Douglas DC-3 made a return to scheduled passenger services in New Zealand.

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Planespotting highlights of busiest ever day at Manchester Airport

Two decades ago, AC Milan and Juventus met in the 2003 Champions League final held at Old Trafford. The associated airlift of Italian football fans culminated in what remains the busiest day in Manchester Airport’s history as 55,000 additional passengers passed through the hub. Richard Vandervord shares images from the ‘Italian Invasion’

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