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DASSAULT AVIATION has announced that the company’s new flagship, the ultra‐long range Falcon 8X, recently made its maiden flight with test pilots Eric Gérard and Hervé Laverne at the controls.
UTILISED WORLDWIDE in some of the most challenging conditions, the deployed fleet of Airbus Helicopters’ rotorcraft in service with the oil and gas industry had accumulated more than 10‐million flight hours as of the end of 2014, according to statistics which have subsequently been released.
SAAF Museum Spitfire to again see the light of day Mark Mansfield reports - THERE IS good news again for the South African Air Force Museum (SAAFM), as the Museum Council has given its approval for the restoration of the Supermarine Spitfire...
World War II Stuka found 70 years after its last flightA RARE, well‐preserved German World War II dive bomber has been found in Croatia’s central Adriatic Sea more than seven decades after it was shot down, according to an announcement made by the National Conservation Institute.
Fire “storm” at 27 000 feet – freak occurrence over Botswana - CAROLINE AND I were returning to Harare, Zimbabwe, after picking up our patients from Ghanzi, in westcentral Botswana. We were flying our King Air 200 on this MEDEVAC and had been cleared direct to Harare from Ghanzi at FL270.