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Wg Cdr Paul Farnes DFM AE, one of the last surviving veterans of the Battle of Britain, has died at the age of 101.
By Khalem Chapman
On October 2, 2019, a Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress (Registration: N93012, nicknamed ‘Nine O Nine’) belonging to the Collings Foundation was involved in an accident at Bradley International Airport located in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, USA.
The FlyPast pays tribute to OFMC’s Mark Hanna, an airshow legend who tragically lost his life 20 years ago this month.
The UK-based Whitley Project has recently acquired a complete lower cowling from an Armstrong Whitworth Whitley.
The RAF Museum has announced that its Spitfire PRXIX, PM651, will be among the aircraft from its collection being brought outside for static display at the RAF Cosford Air Show on Saturday 9 June.
With the advent of the better weather, the pace of three aircraft repainting projects has stepped up a gear at the Newark Air Museum site in eastern Nottinghamshire.
The Qantas Founders Museum’s Super Constellation project is a step closer to being display-ready with the completion of the airliner’s cockpit. Volunteers Ray Boak, John Booth, Bob Sidgwick and Garry Murphy have worked tirelessly to finish this part of the project, which is supported by the Queensland government.
A peek inside the operations record book for the RAF's No617 Squadron on 8th May 1945...
In addition to its existing Spitfire and Mustang ride programme and the planned Lysander and Blenheim flight opportunities, the Duxford-based Aerial Collective announced in late February that flight experiences will soon be available in Hawker Sea Fury T20 WG655/G-INVN.
By Steve Beebee
Shuttleworth Collection at Old Warden, Bedfordshire, opened the doors of its engineering workshop...
D-Day veteran Supermarine Spitfire IXT MJ772/G-AVAV flew again at Biggin Hill on 27 February, following lengthy repairs required after a take-off accident caused by engine failure at Woodchurch in September 2015.
Work has officially begun on restoring Hawker Typhoon RB396 following a successful Crowdfunder campaign by the Hawker Typhoon Preservation Group.