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Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome begins recruitment drive

Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome Trust is offering prospective volunteers the chance to take a backstage tour of its fascinating aviation heritage site on Saturday February 26th. Expert members of their Queens Award winning team will guide you and answer your questions as you tour this unique project.

Boom picks location of Overture production line

The Boom XB-1 has yet to fly, but the Colorado-based company already has its sights set on mass producing its Overture supersonic airliner

Nacelles upgrade completed on first CV-22 tiltrotor

Bell has completed the first nacelle improvements modification on a US Air Force CV-22 Osprey, part of an ongoing upgrade in co-ordination with Boeing to improve wiring within the nacelles and adapt its structure to improve maintainability

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Coming soon: Flying with the Portuguese Air Force

Take a behind the scenes look at Portuguese Air Force training unit, Esq101 “Roncos”, as Key.Aero explores the country’s basic fighter training and what it is doing to keep the ageing TB-30 Epsilon a viable asset for training future front line F-16 pilots

China Airlines adds Boeing 777Fs

China Airlines' cargo division has signed for more of the twin-engined widebody freighters

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Litening V pod nears entry to RAF squadron service

The Litening V advanced targeting pod designed by Israel’s Rafael is about to enter squadron service with the Eurofighter Typhoon FGR4s of the UK Royal Air Force

FlyPast Picture of the Week

This week's FlyPast Picture of the Week was taken by Roger Staker

Eurocontrol and ACI Europe sign MoU

Eamonn Brennan, Eurocontrol director-general, and Olivier Jankovec, director general of ACI Europe, have signed an MoU to strengthen co-operation between the organisations

Swissport wins Eurowings contract

Aviation services firm Swissport has won a major contract from Eurowings at the airline’s home base at Cologne Bonn Airport in Germany

Bugs block pitot probes

An AAIB report has revealed that insects were behind pitot probe blockages that caused rejected take-offs at Heathrow last summer