EXCLUSIVE: Cotton Electra takes to the skies!
Said to be one of the world’s most historic photo-reconnaissance aircraft still in existence, Lockheed 12A Electra Junior G-AFTL has returned to the skies following restoration by Sywell-based Air Leasing…
Newark Air Museum to mark Golden Jubilee
The Nottinghamshire attraction will have been open to the public for 50 years in April, and will celebrate this golden jubilee with a two-day special event on the weekend of April 15 to 16
Qatar Airways expanding in Africa
The Middle Eastern carrier has announced big expansion plans for the African continent.
Flair Airlines file lawsuit
The Canadian ULCC claims the seizure of its aircraft was “unlawful”.
Air Canada and United Airlines to join forces
Air Canada and United Airlines has announced more than 260 daily transborder flights, with two new routes coming this summer.
What's next for ‘Foxy Lady’
On February 22, de Havilland Sea Vixen FAW.2 G-CVIX ‘Foxy Lady’ was cancelled from the UK Register, and defined as ‘permanently withdrawn from use’
Emirates brings A380 back to Glasgow as pandemic recovery picks up pace
For the first time since 2019, an Emirates Airbus A380 touched down in Glasgow, marking a further milestone in the Middle Eastern carrier’s post-pandemic recovery in the UK
Spitfires.com to resume flying from Leeds East
Following the success of its 2021 detachment to Leeds East Airport (formerly known as Church Fenton, and also this year’s venue for the Flying Legends Airshow), Spitfires.com has announced that it will be returning on a semi-permanent basis during the 2023 flying season
Antonov An-2 ready for take-off
The Microsoft Flight Simulator development team has announced the next aircraft in the Famous Flyer series, the Ukrainian-built An-2 is out now.
First four ex-Slovak Air Force MiG-29s depart for Ukraine
On March 23, the first four of the 13 recently retired from active service from the Slovak Air Force have been transferred to Ukraine