Historic Aircraft

Plaque unveiled in honour of Waterbird flight location

National Transport Trust installs Red Wheel at Hill of Oaks

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Aircraft restoration the Australian way: Inside HARS

The Historic Aircraft Restoration Society has one of Australia’s biggest collections of airworthy historic aeroplanes. Chris Frame spoke to founder, president and chief pilot, Bob De La Hunty

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Preservation nation: 50 years on the UK aviation heritage scene

Aeroplane’s 50 years have coincided with the most extraordinary developments in UK aviation heritage. For our news editor, its first issue triggered an interest that’s never waned

Nord Pingouin flies for first time in 62 years

French-built Bf 108 emerges in spectacular colour scheme

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The pre-war luxury aircraft that no one wanted

Advanced for its time, the 1935 Heston Phoenix carried five people in luxury on only 205hp, and had a retractable undercarriage. Mike Hooks discovers why the Phoenix failed to rise

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