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SILVER SCREEN LEGENDS

A FILM CELEBRATING THE LEGENDARY SPITFIRE IS SET TO LIGHT UP...

Skyhawk flies in Florida

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

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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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Jungle Warriors

The Australians used Beauforts extensively against the Japanese....

Air Atlantique Pembroke sold

The former Air Atlantique Classic Flight Percival Pembroke C1,...

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Rebuilt Yakovlev UT-2 flown in Russia

Yakovlev UT-2B RA-2724G on the grass at Daryino recently. MIKHAIL...

Last Boscombe Harvard goes to ARC

The last North American Harvard on British military strength...

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Harvard and Monospar progress at Newark

The rear fuselage of Harvard IIB 42-12417 is receiving attention...

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RAF CHINOOK CREW

AIRCREW: RAF CHINOOK ARTWORK: IAN BOTT (www.ianbottillustration.co.uk)...

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Determined to Display

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

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MOSQUITO Masterpiece

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

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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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Hitting The Mark

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

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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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SALUTING A LEGEND

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

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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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The Bristol Beaufort

The Collings Foundation’s Supermarine Spitfire IX BR601 flying...

Typhoon project goes public

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

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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. ...

Crete2Cape Vintage Air Rally hits Africa

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

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Uruguayan museum working to restore rare exhibits

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

Charla en el hangar

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

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We salute you

Sqn Ldr John Blair DFM – observer with 113 Squadron who, with...

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BIGGER than it LOOKED

As Nicholas Parsons and Anglia TV’s ‘Sale of the Century’...

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STALIN'S Captives

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

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