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‘303 Squadron’ movie released on DVD and Blu-ray

Remembering Poland’s finest Having had its cinematic release last year, 303 Squadron is now available on DVD, Blu-ray and via digital … Read More

Statement from Board of Super Constellation Flyers Association

Further to the news story ‘Swiss Connie facing steep repair bill’ in the new issue of FlyPast (page 12), the Board of Super … Read More

Jet Provost trio to fly at RAF Cosford Air Show – more on static

With June 9th’s RAF Cosford Air Show now just over a month away, the organisers have announced that the event will celebrate … Read More

Phantom FGR.2 completed for static display

Further to our news item in the May issue about the restoration of McDonnell Douglas FGR.2 Phantom XV406, the Solway Aviation Museum … Read More

FEATURE – Canberras over Suez

Liberating the Canal Sean Feast discovers how Al Greethurst’s bombing and navigation skills in the English Electric Canberra were … Read More

FEATURE – Alcock and Brown transatlantic flight

“Yesterday we were in America…” Robin Evans traces the slipstream of Alcock and Brown’s Vickers Vimy, as they made transatlantic … Read More

New FlyPast in UK shops

June issue – OUT NOW The June issue of FlyPast features a legendary British jet from the Cold War – and beyond – … Read More

RAF Museum celebrates rise in visitor numbers

The Royal Air Force Museum has announced that its visitor figures have risen sharply over the past year. It’s attributing this to … Read More

Airframe Assemblies selected to begin rebuilding Typhoon

The project to bring Hawker Typhoon RB396 back to the skies took an important step forward recently with the news that the aircraft’s … Read More

‘First To The Fastest’ exhibition opens at Brooklands Museum – April 8

Alcock and Brown’s non-stop crossing of the Atlantic in a Brooklands-built Vickers Vimy in June 1919 was a significant moment in … Read More

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