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Ilyushins on Ice

Felix Reimann was granted privileged access to join the crew of an Ilyushin 76 from Cape Town to Antarctica

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NIKI LAUDA AUSTRIAN AVIATION PIONEER

Keith Otto

Keith Otto recalls the life and airlines of Niki Lauda, the Formula 1 legend who swapped pitstops for cockpits

Keith Otto
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Farewell to A Legend

Airliner World’s regular correspondent Sebastian Schmitz shares his memories working on board a Junkers Ju 52

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Red Velvet Unwrapped

Virgin Atlantic has high hopes for its new flagship, the Airbus A350-1000 ...

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The Cook Family Photo Album

While Thomas Cook first began organising excursions in 1841,...

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Masters of Repatriation

Dealing with customers motivated almost solely by price and competing with not-for-profit organisations is a tall order, but Flight Ambulance International (FAI) has been doing just that for 30 years.

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Avianca 100 Not Out

Colombia’s flag carrier celebrates its centenary in the midst of one of the most turbulent periods in its 100-year history

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WILD FRONTIERS: AGGRESSORS IN ALASKA

Frank Crébas and Rich Cooper

Eielson AFB, Alaska, is central to power projection in the region. It might seem an unusual home for a crack aggressor squadron, but it’s actually the perfect location.

Frank Crébas and Rich Cooper
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‘FULCRUM’: PART ONE - STORY OF A RUSSIAN CLASSIC

Alexander Mladenov

The MiG-29 rightfully deserves its place as one of the all-time classic fighters.

Alexander Mladenov
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REPLACE OR RETAIN? THE NEED TO DIVEST OLD AIRCRAFT…

Jon Lake

Senior US Air Force officials are highlighting the need to divest some legacy platforms that are costly and possibly no longer fit for purpose.

Jon Lake