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Air Base Movements

A selection of the most interesting aircraft to visit air bases...

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The Spirit is Willing

From the end of August until late September, a trio of USAF B-2A...

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BOAC’s Flying Boats

Charles Woodley tells the story of BOAC’s flying boat services...

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Dutch NH90s Naval Pioneers

The Royal Netherlands Navy navy was the first to receive the...

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WILD FRONTIERS: AGGRESSORS IN ALASKA

Eielson AFB, Alaska, is central to power projection in the region. It might seem an unusual home for a crack aggressor squadron, but it’s actually the perfect location.

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REPLACE OR RETAIN? THE NEED TO DIVEST OLD AIRCRAFT…

Senior US Air Force officials are highlighting the need to divest some legacy platforms that are costly and possibly no longer fit for purpose.

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‘MARKET GARDEN’ REMEMBERED

The commemoration of Operation ‘Market Garden’ has evolved into a wider training exercise that has been built around this important anniversary.

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Flight Line

Recollections and reflections — a seasoned reporter’s view of aviation history

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Rumble in the Jungle

Waging a hard-fought guerrilla war in its African colonies, Portugal faced a gap in combat aircraft capability ...

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CAPE OF EXTREMELY GOOD HOPE

The past 12 months have seen Cape Air’s roadmap grow ...

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Farewell to A Legend

Airliner World’s regular correspondent Sebastian Schmitz shares his memories working on board a Junkers Ju 52

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Ilyushins on Ice

Felix Reimann was granted privileged access to join the crew of an Ilyushin 76 from Cape Town to Antarctica

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Displaying the Big Jets

Frank Chapman provided Benoît Denet with a fascinating insight into life as an Airbus experimental test pilot

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Red Velvet Unwrapped

Virgin Atlantic has high hopes for its new flagship, the Airbus A350-1000 ...

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Masters of Repatriation

Dealing with customers motivated almost solely by price and competing with not-for-profit organisations is a tall order, but Flight Ambulance International (FAI) has been doing just that for 30 years.