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First air-to-air kill for JF-17?

As more details gradually emerge from the aftermath of yesterday’s aerial skirmishes over the disputed Kashmir region, it appears … Read More

Air war over Kashmir as India-Pakistan tensions rise

The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) has conducted air strikes over the ceasefire line in disputed Kashmir and claims to have shot down two … Read More

Belarusian MiG-29s bound for Serbia

Belarus has formally handed over a batch of MiG-29 fighters to Serbia. Local authorities handed over the four Fulcrums in a ceremony … Read More

RAF Texan T1 begins training at Valley

The Royal Air Force T-6C Texan T1 has completed a first flight under the Military Flight Training System (MFTS) at RAF Valley. The … Read More

Brazilian Navy orders three H135s

The Brazilian Navy has placed an order for three H135 multi-role helicopters from Airbus. The twin-engine rotorcraft will be operated … Read More

A400M Cargo Hold Tanks certified

Airbus has announced the successful completion of certification flight tests for the A400M Cargo Hold Tanks (CHT) refuelling unit. … Read More

Rafael unveils Rocks standoff missile

Israeli arms manufacturer has chosen the Aero India trade show in Bengaluru to unveil a new long-range air-to-surface missile, named … Read More

Indian Air Force firepower demo

The Indian Air Force is carrying out a mammoth firepower demonstration in the Rajasthan desert, aimed at showcasing day/night and … Read More

AFM February: Cold Lake – where fighter pilots are made

The NATO Flying Training in Canada programme was launched in 2000 and 419 Tactical Fighter Training Squadron became responsible for … Read More

Pilatus completes Dutch PC-7 upgrades

Modernisation work has been completed on the last of 13 Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) PC-7 turboprop trainers to undergo a mid-life … Read More

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