FlyPast March 2024

Mirage pair delivered to university campus

A pair of retired Mirage F-1 series jets have been allocated to a new home in Spain

Well-travelled F-16 on show in Thailand

Lockheed Martin F-16B 87-0404 has been transferred to the Don Mueang-based Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) Museum in Bangkok, Thailand

Tuskegee Fairchild PT-19A returns to the sky

A trainer, once used by the famed Tuskegee Airmen, has flown again after two years of work by Commemorative Air Force Airbase Georgia

Retired airliner reconstructed in New Zealand

A former Air New Zealand ATR 72 is being rebuilt by a group from the country’s Classic Flyers organisation

New future beckons for Spanish Falcon

A Spanish example of the Dassault Falcon looks set for a second ‘life’ as an instructional airframe

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Remarkable survivor - Navy Wings Swordfish

What it lacked in speed and svelte lines, it more than made up for in versatility, endurance and operational success. In fact, the Fairey Swordfish was one of Britain’s most successful World War Two aircraft. Steve Beebee speaks to Navy Wings about W5856, its remarkable Mk.I survivor

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FlyPast March 2024

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Battle of Britain Legend - 303 (Polish) Squadron

Having spent ten years researching their role in the Battle of Britain, Richard King delves into the legend to answer the question: fact or fiction?

Air Festival returns to the Midlands this summer

From May 31 to June 2, Midlands Air Festival will return to Ragley Hall estate in Warwickshire – with a pyrotechnic finale planned

Experimental glider restored for museum display

An unfinished project masterminded by a German engineer has been put on show in Argentina