You’ve probably seen this video before, Legendary Belgian Air Force Silvers Aerobatic Team member, William “Bill” Ongena performing a touch-roll-touch in a Lockheed F-104G Starfighter, a plane that was infamously difficult to control at lower […]
The U.S. Marine Corps is soliciting proposals for the complete restoration of a McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet fighter jet for the National Museum of the Marine Corps (NMMC) in Quantico, Virginia.
Lockheed F-104A Starfighter, Serial No. 56-817, arrived at Pacific Aviation Museum in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii last Thursday, joining the Museum’s impressive and ever-expanding collection of warbird aircraft. The Starfighter, which is on long-term loan from […]
Planes often have to be shipped from the other side of the earth to join a collection. Imagine how exciting it must have been for the Yanks Air Museum of Chino, California to locate an […]
The latest acquisition of the Warhawk Air Museum was delivered to the museum’s facility at Nampa Municipal Airport in Nampa, Idaho yesterday, a Lockheed F-104 Starfighter. The world’s first combat aircraft capable of sustained Mach […]
As previously reported by Warbirds News (Click here for article), the Alberta Aviation Museum has acquired an F-104 Starfighter from The Netherlands. The Starfighter was delivered in two shipping containers this past Friday morning. Tim […]
Today we have another engine test. The first test of this engine was performed in 2007 on Starfighter LN-STF which belongs to the Norwegian association “Friends of the Starfighter” and was performed at the Royal […]
An F-104 Starfighter will find its new home in the Alberta Aviation Museum located in Edmonton, Alberta on March 26. This comes after a year-long fundraising drive to raise the capital for purchasing it: tens […]