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The Australian International Airshow

The Australian International Airshow is held at Avalon Airport, near Melbourne, Australia every two years. The next event is scheduled to be in early...

Concorde – Supersonic Supremo

Although it may sound counter-intuitive, the Mach 2, 128 seat Concorde proved to be a triumph of European and British understatement. This statement actually...

New hypersonic jet designs

Both Lockheed and Boeing have provided more details about their hypersonic jet designs for advanced aircraft intended to replace the now-retired SR-71 Blackbird. These...

Boeing in talks buy Embraer

It has been reported that talks have commenced with the intention that Boeing will take control of the Brazilian Embraer group's commercial division. Boeing...

US F-52 ‘sold to Norway’

At a news conference with Norway's Prime Minister, US president Donald Trump announced that the US had begun deliveries of the US F-52 fighter...

SUN’n FUN International Fly-in

The SUN'nFUN International Fly-In and Expo is a six day long aviation event and airshow that is aimed at recognising aircraft designers, builders and...


A U.S. Marine Corps Vought AU-1 Corsair in flight in 1952. Via Wikimedia Commons

Vought F4U Corsair

A U.S. Navy Douglas A-1J Skyraider (BuNo 142028) of Attack Squadron 176 (VA-176) "Thunderbolts" in flight. VA-176 was assigned to Attack Carrier Air Wing 10 (CVW-10) aboard the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid (CVS-11) for a deployment to Vietnam from 4 April to 21 November 1966.

Douglas A-1 Skyraider

Two U.S. Naval Reserve Vought RF-8G Crusader aircraft from Photographic Reconnaissance Squadron 206 (VFP-206) in formation during "Reconnaissance Air Meet '86" near Bergstrom Air Force Base, Texas (USA), on 1 November 1986. Via Wikimedia Commons

Vought F-8 Crusader