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Duxford show beats modern-day Spitfire formation record

In spite of very trying weather conditions, the first day of IWM Duxford’s Battle of Britain Air Show, held over the weekend … Read More

Lysander progress to be shown at RAFM conservation centre

Progress in restoring the RAF Museum’s Westland Lysander III (SD), the only surviving special duties variant of its type, will … Read More

New evidence for youngest Battle of Britain pilot

Detailed investigation has revealed that Plt Off Martyn Aurel King may have been the youngest pilot to fly in the Battle of Britain. … Read More

Spitfire recovered in Norway

Sixty-eight years after Royal Norwegian Air Force Spitfire LFIX MK997 crashed into the Samsjøen lake, west of Trondheim, the substantial … Read More

Carlson’s Pfalz finished

The latest exquisite creation from aircraft constructor and display pilot Mikael Carlson was rolled out of his workshop in western … Read More

P-40 arrives at Pima

The latest addition to the burgeoning Pima Air and Space Museum collection near Tucson, Arizona, went on display in early August, in … Read More

Aeroplane celebrates ‘Battle of Britain’

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the filming of Battle of Britain, and in its October issue — out now — Aeroplane begins … Read More

Mosquito and Lancaster taxi run prizes help celebrate LAHC 30th anniversary

To celebrate its 30th anniversary, the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre (LAHC) at East Kirkby is offering the opportunity for … Read More

MH434 scoops top Goodwood Revival prize

In its 75th anniversary year, the Old Flying Machine Company’s famed Spitfire IX, MH434, claimed the Freddie March Spirit of … Read More

Nanton museum to expand

At the Bomber Command Museum of Canada at Nanton, Alberta, plans for a building expansion project to the north of the existing display … Read More


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