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FPDA nations plan commemorative 50th Anniversary display

The Five Power Defence Arrangements (FPDA) member nations will participate in a mixed force flypast and naval display over and in the waters off Marina South, Singapore, on October 18 to celebrate 50 years of the defence pact

Duxford in a Different Light: Fighter Night

On the evening of the 4th September - following on from the Flying Day - Duxford hosted it’s second night photography event. Liam Shaw from Imperial War Museum Duxford spoke to Key.Aero regarding the event's success...

Appetite to travel is high, new research finds

Research by travel IT specialist Amadeus has found that 77% of travellers want to travel in the next year, with Europe the top destination

IATA boss makes post-pandemic cargo call

IATA has urged the air cargo industry to work, post-COVID-19, with the same levels of cooperation as during the pandemic

Aviator and Ryanair strengthen partnership

Aviation services provider Aviator Airport Alliance has signed a new ground handling services partnership agreement with Ryanair

Sheltair Tampa complex gets nod

Sheltair Aviation will break ground on its new hangar and office complex at Tampa International Airport on October 21, 2021

Munich announces eVTOL project

Munich Airport and Urban-Air Port are to jointly develop eVTOL ground infrastructure and airport operations for electric air taxis

IATA launches lithium battery certification

IATA has created a new industry certification programme to improve the handling and transport of lithium batteries across the supply chain

Munich Airport International partners with Urban-Air Port®

The collaboration will see MAI bring both its aviation and non-aviation expertise to the planning, development and operation of Air One, creating critical synergies for the successful introduction and operation of urban-air ports.

US Navy completes back-to-back BQM-177 test flights off Japan

NAVAIR has revealed that the US Navy recently completed three back-to-back test flights off the coast of Japan with its newest subsonic aerial target – the BQM-177A – in preparation for the type achieving full operational capability later this year