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Cyprus transfers remaining Mi-35P gunships to Serbia

The Cyprus National Guard has recently transferred its 11 surviving Mi-35P Hind-F attack helicopters to the Serbian Armed Forces

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Classic jet restorations gather pace in Serbia

Former Yugoslav Air Force Soko Galeb G2 23170 / YU-YAB has received a new 'factory fresh' look as part of preparations for an appearance at September’s Airpower 2022 in Zeltweg, Austria

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Serbia signs LoI with Spain for Airbus C295 order

A Letter of Intent (LoI) was signed in Madrid on November 4 between the MOD of both Serbia and Spain regarding the procurement of two Airbus C295 transport aircraft

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A look at the aerial firefighting effort that saved North Macedonia this summer

With its own firefighting aeroplanes left unserviceable this summer, North Macedonia faced catastrophic wildfires. We explain how aircraft from neighbouring countries helped to save the small Balkan nation from the flames

European Mi-24/35 Survey: The Last Hinds

A formidable gunship and a veteran of the Cold War, the Mil Mi-24/35 is one of the most recognisable attack helicopters in the world. This week, Key.Aero will survey the seven remaining European operators of the venerable Hind, which looks set to decrease in the coming years

Belarus delivers four MiG-29s to Serbia

Four Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29 Izdeliye 9-13 (Variant 9-13) Fulcrum-C multi-role fighters have been delivered to the Serbian Air Force and Air Defence by the Republic of Belarus

Serbian Army shows off Chinese-made armed drone

The Serbian Army put its new China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) CH-92A unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) on display on July 4 at Colonel-Pilot Milenko Pavlović Airport, Batajnica.