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‘RAF Centenary Celebration – Patrollers and Airlifters’ – OUT NOW!

The third and final instalment in FlyPast’s RAF Centenary Celebration series (following Fighters and Bombers), Patrollers and Airlifters … Read More

Photo of the Week – Supermarine Walrus

This week’s pick comes from the collection of former FlyPast editor Ken Ellis. It’s an especially eye-catching view of … Read More

FEATURE – The Luftwaffe’s air-launched torpedo force

Chris Goss examines the challenges, struggles and demise of the German air-launched torpedo force Throughout World War Two the Luftwaffe … Read More

Date announced for Royal Navy International Air Day – July 13, 2019

Planning is well underway for one of the Royal Navy’s premier public events – the International Air Day at Royal Naval Air Station … Read More

Brooklands Great War Day set for September 30

Brooklands’ Contribution in the First World War is to be recognised at Centenary Event Brooklands Great War Day Brooklands Museum … Read More

Guernsey Post commemorates Great War centenary with new stamps

Guernsey Post announces the release of the final stamps in its five-year series to mark the centenary of World War One, which feature … Read More

RAF Photographic Competition winner

Congratulations to Corporal Tim Laurence of the Photo ACSSU, Royal Air Force Halton, for winning the People’s Choice category in … Read More

Book review – ‘Heinkel He 111 – The Latter Years’ by Chris Goss

Heinkel He 111 – The Latter Years, by Chris Goss, Frontline Books, 158pp, illus, sbk, £14.99 Well known author and FlyPast contributor … Read More

Book review – ‘Open Cockpit’ by Arthur Gould Lee

Open Cockpit, by Arthur Gould Lee, Grub Street, sbk, illus, 218pp, £10 Together with its sister volume No Parachute, this excellent … Read More

Canadian Vampire appears in new colours

De Havilland Vampire T.55 C-FJRH, a former Swiss Air Force machine, has received a striking new paint scheme. The jet is owned by Waterloo … Read More


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