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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.

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Battered, but Unbeaten

Chris Gilson puts the Yorkshire Air Museum team on the trail...

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Bravely in Action

Andrew Thomas chronicles the hazardous operations of 42 Squadron...

Rapid return to the air for Swiss Storch

Wearing temporary registration SP-YRX, former Swiss Air Force...

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Q&A

COMPILER: MIKEHOOKS Are you seeking the answer to a thorny aviation...

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AEROPLANE MEETS ROLF MEUM

As the son of a flying father, it was no surprise that this amiable...

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Opening for Omaka’s World War Two-themed exhibition

The Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre’s new Dangerous Skies collection...

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Children pay tribute to RAF Bomber Command

Children with Bomber Command veterans at the IBCC’s Spire Memorial...

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Mustang ‘stars’ at new Swedish aviation hall

The Swedish Air Force’s F 21 Wing has opened a new exhibition...

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STALIN'S Captives

CONCLUDING VLADIMIR KOTELNIKOV’S REVIEW OF AIRCRAFT CAPTURED...

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HIGH FLYERS

ANDREW THOMAS ASSESSES THE SPITFIRE VI AND VII, INTERCEPTORS...

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Bombs, Mines and Torpedoes

Graham Pitchfork charts the careers of three Beaufort pilots...

Jet Art Swift goes to Doncaster

Swift F4WK275 after assemblyatRobinHoodAirport on 24November....

Blackburn stripped down

The fuselageof the Blackburn TypeDin the OldWardenworkshopon21November,...

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Good Times over the Gulf Coast

‘Promoted’ to its current status four years ago, the Commemorative...

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Defiant, Lysander and Gladiator arrive at Cosford

Boulton Paul Defiant I N1671 arriving at Cosford in late November....

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Newark’s Avro Ashton cockpit project revealed to visitors

Visitors to Newark Air Museum on November 19 were among the first...

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Hampden AT110 crew relatives sought for dedication ceremony

Efforts are being made to trace relatives of the crew of Handley...

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Huey placed on display in Argentina

Bell UH-1H Iroquois 68-16531 has been mounted on a pedestal and...

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Open WIDE

GLORY DAYS PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORIES The prototype Bristol 170...

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TRANSATLANTIC SPITFIRE

GORDON RILEY DETAILS THE CAREER OF SPITFIRE IX BR601 – WHILE...

Dangerous Skies opens at Omaka

On 1 November, just short of 10 years after the Omaka Aviation...

Calgary Hurricane coming together

Four years after it arrived at the workshops of Historic Aviation...

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MOSQUITO Masterpiece

Mosquito TIII TV959 has come a long way since being a static...

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Argentina’s Mitchell taking shape in Buenos Aires

Work is continuing in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Proyecto B-25...

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Briefings

Two of the Argentine Army’s Cessna T-41D Mescaleros have been...

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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."