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El equipo de Key Publishing ha creado Key. Aero, una herramienta imprescindible para los entusiastas de la aviación. Disfrute de los contenidos de primera clase de nuestras principales publicaciones de aviación, así como de los conocimientos exclusivos que cubren todos los temas, desde informes históricos hasta aviones militares, actualizaciones de aerolíneas comerciales y revisiones de simulación de vuelo.

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Explore las últimas noticias y artículos de nuestros periodistas de aviación de talla mundial. Manténgase al día de las últimas novedades de la aviación militar, las noticias de las aerolíneas comerciales, los proyectos de restauración de aviones históricos, los lanzamientos de simulación de vuelo y mucho más.

Charla en el hangar

Nuestra columna mensual de comentarios sobre el panorama de los aviones históricos ...

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ROE Revival

Produced in Argentina and purchased by A. V. Roe’s grandson...

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Vietnam tribute Huey being returned to flight

Bell UH-1H 66-16823 featuring nose art by Russ Mowry. STEPHEN...

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Fairchild close to flight but tailwheel dilemma remains

Jim and Robert’s Fairchild UC-61K (Argus III) could fly later...

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Uruguayan museum working to restore rare exhibits

Douglas DC-3 CX-BDB will have its rudder refitted after damage...

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‘WEE WILLIE’

ROGER SOUPART SETS THE RECORD STRAIGHT ON A HARROWING IMAGE OF...

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SALUTING A LEGEND

Supermarine Spitfire IIa P8131 of 276 Squadron is loaded with...

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Low-level Raider

Andy Hay artwork of a Beaufort flown by a Victoria Cross recipient...

Skyhawk flies in Florida

At Titusville Airport, close to the eastern coast of Florida,...

Crete2Cape Vintage Air Rally hits Africa

LEFT: Travel Air 4000 N6263, crewedbyNicholas and LitaOppegard...

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A Passage to India

The logbooks and photos of a No 27 Squadron Wapiti pilot, together...

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DATABASE: HAWKER HORSLEY

As a day bomber, the Horsley perhaps left something to be desired, but it proved versatile and adaptable

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Supermarine Swift put on display with Vulcan to the Sky Trust

Personnel from Jet Art Aviation remove Swift WK275 from its position...

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French museum works on Nord Noratlas

Nord 2501 Noratlas 160 has recently undergone some refurbishment...

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Six C-27 Spartans on their way to US museum

Grumman OV-1D Mohawk N906KM is next in line to be restored. ...

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F-16 becomes roundabout ‘gate guardian’

General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon J-246 was positioned on...

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Hitting The Mark

Andy Thomas profiles 10 Squadron, long-term tanker and transport...

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IRON CROSS SPITFIRE

IN AUGUST 1940 A SPITFIRE FORCE-LANDED AT A LUFTWAFFE AIRFIELD...

Typhoon project goes public

SPECIAL REPORT The Typhoon project laid out in the Boultbeehangar...

Polish ace scheme for BBMF Spitfire XVI

On 8 November it was announced that the Battle of BritainMemorial...

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MILLS and the ‘MOSSIE’

The triumphs and tragedies encountered by de Havilland Australia...

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Swiss Storch back in European skies

Fieseler Storch A-97 made its first postrestoration flight on...

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Gate guard Mirage returned to service colours

Dassault Mirage IIICJ C-715, currently on display as a ‘gate...

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Argentine gate guard restored for display

Morane-Saulnier MS.760 Paris ‘E-232’ on display in Argentina....

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Determined to Display

Richard Paver visits the North Weald-based Gnat Display Team...

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Próximos Eventos

Duxford VE Day Flying Day

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Cambridge, Reino Unido

The event webpage states: Enjoy our first event of the 2024 Duxford Flying Season! Flying Days: VE Day celebrates the role aviation made in the path to victory during World War Two." Regarding the IWM Duxford Flying Days it says: "Enjoy a special themed display, providing an afternoon of over an hour of scheduled flying, on top of your great day out at IWM Duxford."

Shuttleworth Best of British Air Show

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Biggleswade, Reino Unido

The event webpage says the "Best of British Air Show commemorates the history of aviation and automotive technology in Great Britain, as well as the influence it has had across the whole world." Plus: "The day will feature thrilling air displays from both the Shuttleworth Collection of vintage aircraft, as well as dramatic performances from a host of visitors that will be joining us across the UK."

Duxford Summer Air Show D-Day 80

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Cambridge, Reino Unido

The event webpage says: "We will pay tribute to this momentous anniversary by welcoming nine historic Dakotas – the aircraft synonymous with the D-Day landings – to the skies of Duxford for a series of dramatic flypasts over the weekend and a mass historic parachute jump over the historic airfield on Saturday 1 June."

Shuttleworth Military Air Show

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Biggleswade, Reino Unido

The event webpage says it will be: "showcasing outstanding and iconic military aircraft which have shaped the course of aviation history."

Duxford Flying Days: The Americans

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Cambridge, Reino Unido

The event webpage states: "A tale of two countries bound by duty, find out about the special relationship between America and Britain. Enjoy a few surprises in the sky and a great day out on the ground at Flying Days: The Americans. Regarding the IWM Duxford Flying Days it says: "Enjoy a special themed display, providing an afternoon of over an hour of scheduled flying, on top of your great day out at IWM Duxford."

Duxford Flying Evening

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Cambridge, Reino Unido

The event webpage says: "Evening flying featuring warbirds, pyrotechnics and more. Enjoy after-hours entry to IWM Duxford for this very special vintage aircraft flying display. Witness the aircraft that still call Duxford home take to the skies as the sun goes down and dusk turns to dark across this historic Second World War airfield."