Latest Issue: May 2014
Vulcan XH558: Looking Back, Powering Ahead
Aviation News can exclusively reveal that Vulcan XH558 might possibly fly beyond 2015. Paul Fiddian previews the upcoming display season and beyond while reflecting on the iconic Cold War bomber’s activities last year.
RAF TriStar Finale
Editor Dino Carrara reports on the last days of the TriStar in RAF service.
Hong Kong Kai Tak Remembered
Bruce Hales-Dutton describes the history of Hong Kong’s spectacular Kai Tak airport that was famous for its curved approach.
BA CityFlyer – City Slickers
Bruce Hales-Dutton charts BA CityFlyer’s expansion and its diversification from its business roots to leisure getaways in Europe.
Turkey's Phantom Force
The story of Turkey’s Phantoms began in 1974 and, thanks to upgrades and new weapons, retirement is not expected until the early 2020s as Arda Mevlütoğlu explains.
Military Constellations Part 2
US Navy, Army and Export
Bob Archer concludes his look at military Lockheed Constellations, turning his attention to the US Navy’s examples and those exported around the world.
Plus more articles and sections including the latest civil, military and heritage aviation news.
NEW! Room With a View
NEW! Tales from the Logbook
NEW! UK Airbase Movements
We bring you UK airbase movements to go with the long established listings of visiting aircraft to airports.
NEW! What's New
All the latest products and technology for the aviation enthusiast.
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