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GE9X technologies together to demonstrate their operability as a complete propulsion system

First GE9X Starts Testing GENERAL ELECTRIC has started ground testing the first full GE9X development engine – a derivative of the … Read More

MD-80 Retirement Plan

American low-cost carrier Allegiant Air is planning to phase out its fleet of 44 McDonnell Douglas MD-83s and six MD-88s by 2020. The … Read More

First 787-9 for Air China

Air China has officially unveiled its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to the public in Beijing. The national flag carrier is the first … Read More

Impressive Tribute to ‘The Few’

Victory 1940-the Battle of Britain as Never Seen Before, John Dibbs and Tony Holmes, Key Publishing, hbk, illus, £19.99 The photographic … Read More

Canada’s WestJet starts Gatwick service

Canadian low-cost carrier WestJet flew its first flights to London’s Gatwick Airport on May 5. The Calgary-based airline has … Read More

Aviation collection goes under the hammer

A full scale Spitfire replica sold as part of a collection of aircraft memorabilia dating from or representing World War Two, fetched … Read More

B-52s – still going strong in 2016

The B-52 Stratofortress is in the news again, with recent deployments to Europe. These long range deployments show the aging B-52 is … Read More

New livery for Laarbruch Canberra

EE Canberra PR.7 WH773 is soon to be repainted into 31 Squadron colours, the scheme it wore when serving at Laarbruch, Germany. The … Read More

Cold War collection sold for £80,000

A large collection of aviation and militaria items, including the cockpit of a Canberra TT.18, raised around £80,000 when it went … Read More

Canberra to fly again in the UK?

The Vulcan to the Sky Trust is to help return another iconic British jet bomber to the UK air show circuit. Announced on 19 May 2016, … Read More


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