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Your Historic Aviation 5-a-day

We mark the 80th anniversary of the first flight of the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt which took place on May 6, 1941

ATM industry survey – beyond Covid-19

Air Traffic Management, in partnership with Frequentis, would like to invite you to take part in a short survey to understand the business priorities across the sector.

Deicers from Clariant: For a safe take-off on ice and snow

Learn about Clariant's special fluids that are used to deice planes and protect them from reicing before take-off

The story of one of New Zealand’s most fortunate airmen

Alan Deere almost didn’t make selection for the RAF due to his high blood pressure. So when he kept cheating death again and again during World War Two, it was only fitting that his comrades should claim he had nine lives…

Berlin Tegel Airport’s operating permit expires six months after closure

The dismantling and clearance of the facility is expected to cost €6m

Menzies boosts relationship with Flair Airlines across Canada

The company plans on providing ramp and passenger services to the participating airports from May

Stobart Air adds Cardiff to summer schedule from Belfast City

The new service is set to commence at the end of June, enhancing connectivity between the two countries

Zagreb Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator

Fly to Croatia’s capital with Aerosoft Zagreb Airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Saab receives order for Gripen development support

Saab has received an order from the Swedish Defence Materiel Administration to provide future development support for the Gripen family of multi-role fighters

Sweden orders Grob 120TP as new basic trainer

The Swedish Defence Materiel Administration has signed a contract with Germany-based Grob Aircraft SE to deliver a new basic training aircraft system to the nation’s armed forces