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Second QinetiQ PC-21 delivery

The second PC-21 for QinetiQ (c/n 311, G-ETPB) is seen at the Pilatus factory airfield at Stans-Buochs on October 16, preparing to … Read More

RAF Chinooks train at Yuma

Royal Air Force Chinook helicopters recently completed a training course with the US Marine Corps at Marine Air Corps Station Yuma … Read More

First Tecnam P2002JF trainer delivered to Hellenic Air Force

The first of 12 Tecnam P2002JF trainers (with temporary Italian civil registration I-PDVF) has been delivered to the Hellenic Air … Read More

Swiss Air Force PC-24 breaks cover

The first photos have emerged of the initial Pilatus PC-24 for the Swiss Air Force. The brand new bizjet has been rolled out in an … Read More

Aero rolls out L-39NG

Prague-based Aero Vododchody began a new chapter in its illustrious 99-year history today when it rolled out its L-39NG jet trainer. … Read More

Malaysian A400M supports Palu relief efforts

An A400M transport operated by the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) has undertaken undertakes flights to support relief efforts in … Read More

Coming up in AFM: Hungarian Gripens hit the north

For the forthcoming, November, issue of AFM, Lt Col István Toperczer watched the Hungarian Air Force’s latest exercise in Vidsel, … Read More

Slovenian PC-9 live-fire JTAC exercise

Members of the Slovenian and Macedonian air forces and air defence units were involved in the Challenge 2018 bilateral military exercise … Read More

Ex-Change Parts acquires Swedish Super Pumas

Six former Swedish Armed Forces AS332M1 Super Pumas have been acquired by Ex-Change Parts – a Sweden-based specialist helicopter … Read More

Italian Eurofighter proposal submitted to Bulgaria

Leonardo has thrown its hat into the ring to meet Bulgaria’s future fighter requirement with a bid to provide the Eurofighter Typhoon. The … Read More

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