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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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PHOTO GALLERY: Sywell 2024 airshow

Some of the highlights of the Sywell 2024 airshow held over June 22-23.

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Lessons learned: NATO’s Kosovo air campaign 25 years on

In the early hours of March 24, 1999, NATO aircraft began attacking targets across Yugoslavia. Serbian forces withdrew from Kosovo three months later and 700,000 ethnic Albanian refugees returned home. Tim Ripley examines lessons learnt from Operation Allied Force

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End nears for German Navy Sea Kings

The Marineflieger (German Naval Air Arm) Marinefliegergeschwader 5 (MFG-5; Naval Air Wing 5) at Nordholz Air Base in northern Germany will formally bid farewell to its 17 remaining Sea King Mk 41 search-and-rescue (SAR) helicopters on August 31.

Luftwaffe flies first Heron TP

The Luftwaffe completed the maiden domestic flight of its first of five German Heron TP MALE UAVs on May 15, formally kicking off a six-month flight test campaign in Germany.

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RAF marks ten years of RC-135 Rivet Joint ops

To celebrate the first ten years of RC-135W Rivet Joint operations with No 51 Squadron in the intelligence-gathering role, the RAF conducted a series of commemorative flypasts over Lincolnshire to mark the milestone.

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South Africa retires Turbo Dakotas

While it has yet to be formally announced by the South African Air Force (SAAF), the air arm has decided to retire its surviving fleet of World War Two-era C-47TP Turbo Dakota light transports after 81 years of service. 

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Qantas buys Dash 8-Q400s to replace older models

Qantas has announced that it will acquire 14 De Havilland Canada Dash 8-Q400s to replace its older Q200 and Q300s in the QantasLink fleet.

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From the cockpit: Titan Airways A321 to the Alps

Thomas Haynes goes behind the scenes with Titan Airways to find out how the UK-based airline operates a typical ski season charter flight. From the jumpseat of an Airbus A321, he details a day in the life of the pilots

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Global Airlines delays launching flights

Global Airlines delays launch: The start-up A380 airline has pushed the launch of passenger flights to "next year", after initially targeting the "latter half of 2024".

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easyJet to return to London Southend Airport

EasyJet will reopen its base at London/Southend in March 2025, five years after it closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The relaunch will see the airline position three Airbus A320neos at the site.

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IAG shifts A321XLR debut to Iberia

Iberia will be the first operator of the Airbus A321XLR. The Spanish carrier said it expects its initial example of the new long-range A321neo variant “later this summer”.

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Dogfighting in the Phantom on detachment at Decimomannu

Former Phantom navigator Ian Black recalls his detachments to the ACMI ranges at Decimomannu, where he got the opportunity to push the Phantom against fighters from across NATO – including the undisputed king of air combat, the F-15 Eagle

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Kamikaze’s flight to London for the coronation of King George VI

The Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Historic Archives recently placed an aviation artefact of international importance on public display in Yokohama.

Cuestionario sobre aviación histórica

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Should rare and historic aircraft be allowed to fly?

Pilot Dave Unwin assesses the pros and cons of allowing historic aircraft to continue flying

Combat Aircraft Journal Agosto 2024

En el número de agosto de 2024 de la revista Combat Aircraft Journal, con un formato de páginas interminables, se presenta el impactante F-15QA de Boeing, que se prepara para llamar la atención en los salones aeronáuticos del Reino Unido.

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Last operational Belgian Starfighter on display at B&B

At Bilzen, Belgium, 20-odd miles north of Liège, Luc Degens has completed restoration of the last Lockheed F-104G Starfighter to fly with the Belgian Air Force, serial FX99 (c/n 9172).

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Mi-24 Hind restored by Czech museum

Former Czech Air Force Mil Mi-24D Hind ‘0220’ has undergone a complete restoration to virtually as new condition in the Czech Republic.

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RAF F-35 role demonstration explained

With the RAF performing an F-35B Lightning II ‘role demonstration’ at a number of UK airshows, AFM spoke to Gp Capt John ‘Butch’ Butcher, Commander of the UK’s Lightning Force about what airshow-goers can expect

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Final Czech Hinds head to Ukraine

The Czech Air Force (CzAF) quietly bid a fond farewell to its remaining Mi-24/35 Hind attack helicopters on March 21, when the last two Mi-35 Hind-Es that were destined for delivery to the Ukrainian Armed Forces departed Náměšt nad Oslavou Air Base for Ukraine.

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USMC Harriers and Ospreys deploy to Sweden for BALTOPS

Four US Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier IIs and the same number of MV-22B Ospreys stopped for fuel at RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk on Sunday, June 9, 2024 en-route from the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD 1) to Sweden for Exercise Baltic Operations (BALTOPS) 24.

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First-ever Ramstein 1v1 fighter exercise

Fourth and fifth-generation fighter aircraft from nine NATO countries recently participated in a basic fighter manoeuvres (BFM) exercise at Ramstein Air Base in Germany.

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Sir Richard Branson’s reflections on 40 years of Virgin Atlantic

Exclusively for Airliner World, Sir Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Atlantic, describes in his own words why the carrier has not just survived but thrived over the last four decades

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NAS Jacksonville - NAS Jax Air Show

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Jacksonville, Estados Unidos

US Navy airshow

Airshow London, Canada

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London, Canadá

Major airshow

Athens Flying Week 2024 - Tanagra International Air Show

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Tanagra, Grecia

International air show.

NAS Pensacola Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show

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Pensacola, Estados Unidos

The airshow website states: "NAS Pensacola is pleased to announce the NAS Pensacola Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show on November 1-2, 2024. The NAS Pensacola Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show is one of Pensacola's largest events, attracting 150,000-180,000 spectators during this two-day event. There is an incredible lineup of aerobatic performers and our very own Blue Angels."

Shuttleworth Flying Proms

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Biggleswade, Reino Unido

The event webpage says: "We are thrilled to announce that the spectacular Flying Proms will return for another exciting evening of entertainment, both in the air and on ground. Enjoy a full symphony orchestra, accompanied by a gracefully choreographed air display and the unique climax of a firework display and airborne pyrotechnics to music."

Duxford Flying Finale

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Cambridge, Reino Unido

The event webpage states: "In our grand send off for the 2024 Flying Season, Duxford Flying Finale will celebrate the highs of all our flying events from the year".