The newly opened Classic Air Force Museum located at Newquay Cornwall Airport in Newquay, United Kingdom landed two new jets at its facility last week, a BAC Jet Provost T.5A followed the next day by […]
The night of May 16-17th, 1943 saw the execution of Operation Chastise, better known as the Dambuster Raid, the culmination of a year and a half of hard work, developing and testing an innovative new […]
An example of Britain’s first operational jet fighter, a Gloster Meteor T.7 was flown, albeit attached to an RAF Chinook, from Imjin Barracks, Innsworth where it had served as a gate guardian from 1994 to […]
THE DATE FOR THIS SPECIAL EVENT HAS BEEN CONFIRMED FOR MAY 18TH The 18th of May marks almost exactly the 70th Anniversary of the innovative and daring WWII RAF mission called “Operation Chastise,” more commonly […]
Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre in East Kirby, UK has recently had the number 2 fuel tank out for overhaul and to allow inspection of the inner wing condition on their Avro Lancaster, registration number NX611.
Emerging after a 15-year restoration, a North American AT-6C Texan has just recently successfully completed its test flights in Angers, France.
Hawker Siddeley Harrier XV744, the plane that won the London to New York contest of the Daily Mail Trans-Atlantic Air Race, setting a world-record transit time in the process, has been acquired by the Tangmere […]
The Michael Beetham Conservation Centre at the RAF Museum-Cosford held the latest of its popular annual open-house weeks recently, highlighting the progress on its restoration of its Handley Page HP.52 Hampden, registration number PI344. More […]
After World War II, the RAF allegedly buried several Supermarine Spitfires in crates in the Southeast Asian country of Myanmar. As of January 19, archaeological efforts have proven fruitless. The research team spearheading the effort […]