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Middle Wallop museum re-opens

The Army Flying Museum (AFM), formerly the Museum of Army Flying, at Middle Wallop reopened on Monday 1 April after a £2.59-million, … Read More

Qantas Founders Museum starts work on new development

Work has started on the Qantas Founders Museum’s $11.3-million Luminescent Longreach Stage 1: Airpark Roof Project with the installation … Read More

RAFM launches Dambusters Virtual Reality Experience

At the Royal Air Force Museum London in Hendon, it is now possible to use virtual reality technology to sample something of the Ruhr … Read More

Fly in a Sea Fury

In addition to its existing Spitfire and Mustang ride programme and the planned Lysander and Blenheim flight opportunities, the Duxford-based … Read More

‘Jo’ Lancaster celebrates his 100th

Former Bomber Command Vickers Wellington and Avro Lancaster pilot John Oliver ‘Jo’ Lancaster DFC — who went on to become the … Read More

Spitfire IXT flies after repairs at Biggin

D-Day veteran Supermarine Spitfire IXT MJ772/G-AVAV flew again at Biggin Hill on 27 February, following lengthy repairs required after … Read More

Shuttleworth announces 2019 show season visitors

An increase in the number of visiting display items will enhance Shuttleworth Collection shows during the 2019 season, with the 7 July … Read More

Middle Wallop museum gears up for reopening

The Army Flying Museum, formerly the Museum of Army Flying, is nearly ready to reopen at Middle Wallop in Hampshire after a £2.59-million … Read More

Montrose museum signs agreement with RAFM

The Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre (MASHC) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Royal Air Force Museum to establish … Read More

747 becomes Dutch hotel attraction

An ex-KLM Boeing 747-400 has been moved by road to become an attraction at a hotel in the Netherlands. The 29-year-old 747-406, PH-BFB … Read More

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