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News: Strikemaster pair to make New Zealand farewell

Published 20 January 2017, 10:12

Brett Nicholls' two BAC Strikemaster jets - NZ6362 and NZ6370 - are scheduled to make their final public appearance in New Zealand skies this weekend at the Classics Of The Sky airshow at Tauranga. The jets, both of which formerly served with the Royal New Zealand Air Force, are on their way to a new home in the US. They will be used to fly close air support training operations with a civilian company contracted to the US military. More on this story will follow in a future 'FlyPast'.

Photo by Gavin Conroy via Warbirds Over Wanaka

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News: Boeing B-17F ‘Memphis Belle’ to be placed on public display on May 17, 2018

Published 18 January 2017, 17:03

The legendary bomber will once again report for ‘duty’ at Ohio’s National Museum of the USAF exactly 75 years after its crew finished their last mission in the war on May 17, 1943.
See below for footage of this project.

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News: F-16 becomes roundabout ‘gate guardian’

Published 18 January 2017, 11:46

General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon J-246 was positioned on a roundabout near Völkel, in the Netherlands, on December 2. It is painted in the markings of 312 Squadron, a Völkel-based RNLAF unit, but the 1981-built jet actually flew with 323 Squadron from Leeuwarden. ROGER SOUPART

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News: Aircraft cleaning at Cosford

Published 12 January 2017, 10:29

A team from Total Access are currently cleaning the suspended aircraft in the National Cold War Exhibition hangar at RAF Museum Cosford. The team will also be inspecting the suspension cables supporting the aircraft in their flying display positions.

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News: Sea Fury T.20 to fly again in 2017

Published 10 January 2017, 17:11

Navy Wings has posted an update about progress with Hawker Sea Fury T.20 VX281 (G-RNHF) - and it's good news!

https://www.navywings.org.uk/news-blog/sea-fury-fly-2017/

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News: F-4 Phantom finally bows out of US military service

Published 2 January 2017, 10:40

Happy New Year to all of our readers - and it's a slightly bittersweet story to start things off: the final retirement from US military service of the ever popular Phantom...

US forces bid farewell to the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II on December 21, 2016, during a ceremony and brief flying display at Holloman Air Force Base near Alamogordo, New Mexico. The type left US frontline squadron use in 1996, but over 300 were converted into QF-4 aerial target drones, and continued to provide essential service. The QF-16 will take over these duties in future.

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News: Shuttleworth Collection prepares for post-Christmas Engineering Open Workshop Dec 29-30

Published 24 December 2016, 12:13

Some brief footage of The Shuttleworth Collection's Gloster Gladiator being moved into its workshop in preparation for the attraction's Engineering Open Workshop days on December 29 and 30. Several aircraft can be seen by the public with panels etc removed as Old Warden's engineers work on their winter maintenance or ongoing restoration schedules. It just remains for us to wish all our readers a Merry Christmas, and thanks for your support this year.
#GlosterGladiator making its way into... - The Shuttleworth Collection | Facebook

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News: Meteor restoration makes further progress at Elvington

Published 22 December 2016, 13:28

Graham Buckle and his team at Elvington in Yorkshire have taken considerable steps forward in their restoration of Gloster Meteor NF.14 WS788. The full story will be published in the next issue of FlyPast (out January 2), but in the meantime, here are some recent pictures from the project.
The group is particularly keen to source any information on the ‘Dixey’ nose art applied to WS788 during its time with the RAF’s 1 Air Navigation School. If you can help, please contact Graham: bluetwo@live.com

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News: Concorde memories sought

Published 22 December 2016, 10:04

Aerospace Bristol is launching an appeal for stories and memories of Concorde ahead of her new home opening next summer.

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