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Poland signs for F-35A procurement
Poland has become the latest nation to go on contract for the Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II – the conventional take-off and landing variant of the multirole stealth fighter.
Mach Three Masters!
Combat Aircraft Journal looks back at a series of memorable missions for the SR-71 Blackbird during the Arab-Israeli war as they collected valuable intelligence during a series of high-risk flights.
Latin Live Fire!
The Fuerza Aérea Argentina (Argentine Air Force, FAA) conducted a major exercise between November 10-14, at Río Gallegos.
The Indian Air Force retired its last MiG-27s in late December 2019 and Combat Aircraft Journal was at Jodhpur Air Force Station for the final farewell.
Safran to support Portuguese Merlin engines
Safran Helicopter Engines has signed a ten-year contract with the Força Aérea Portuguesa (Portuguese Air Force) to support the engines of its AW101 helicopters.
New job for Willie Walsh revealed
Since leaving the airline group in September many have speculated what his next role will be
UK government launches testing for international arrivals
Following months of repeated pleas by the travel industry, the UK government has revealed a plan to reduce the length of travellers’ mandatory quarantine in England
How British Airways got its latest livery
The airline boasts one of the most identifiable paint schemes, but how did it come about? Key.Aero recounts the history of the flag carrier’s colours
Huge grant awarded to Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre
Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre at Newquay Airport has received a grant of £40,300 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help the organisation recover and reopen
Your Historic Aviation 5-a-day
A commercial passenger-carrying development of the famous Vickers Vimy flew for the first time on April 13 in 1919. Check out these photos from our archive of some of the Vimy family of aircraft
What makes the Vulcan so special?
Ben Dunnell, Editor of Aeroplane, and Jamie Ewan, Editor of Aviation News, discuss the Vulcan’s impact on aviation engineering…
FALCON BMS 4.33
The legacy continues…
Dovetail Games update
Dovetail games has released an updated statement on its highly...
Just Flight TB-10 TOBAGO & TB-20 TRINIDAD
The Caribbean Family of Aircraft