Archive for September, 2010

Keep the Avro Vulcan flying

Thursday, September 30th, 2010
The last flying example of one of Britain’s most iconic historic aircraft, Avro Vulcan XH558 is once again facing a funding crisis which could lead to her being permanently grounded and the Nuneaton Based Air Cadets are urging air enthusiasts and members of the public to pledge their support in a bid to help to keep her flying. Air Cadets from 121 (Nuneaton) Squadron recently had a visit from members of the Vulcan to the Sky Trust, who came along to talk to them about the last flying examplRead More....

Ozzy F/18 Hornet with EA Wiring

Thursday, September 30th, 2010
Boeing announced today that it has completed production of the first Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) F/A-18F Super Hornet that has the capability to be converted into an electronic attack aircraft. Boeing is pre-wiring the RAAF's second lot of 12 Super Hornets for potential electronic attack capability conversion during production at the company's facilities in St. Louis. "Incorporating the ability to introduce an electronic attack capability on 12 RAAF Super Hornets as they are produceRead More....

Fouga Magister > Fly the legend

Tuesday, September 14th, 2010
We simply love our Fouga Magister. And we love it for the good reasons: maneuverability, speed, security and it is also beautiful to look at. The Fouga Magister is instantly recognizable by its V tail. Designed in the 1950s to assume the role of jet trainer, the Fouga Magister went far beyond. The plane has trained thousands of jet fighter pilots around the world. But the Fouga was so good and so maneuverable, at the same time so easy to fly, that it has been enrolled in many combat missions arRead More....