2 hrs ago | Homer News
With the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Attu being honored this month, there's a bit of poignancy that a World War II era Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zero is among the historic planes visiting Homer this weekend.
6 hrs ago | Defence Industry Daily
May 20/13: Konstantin Biryulin, the deputy head of Russia's Federal Military-Technical Cooperation Service, says that Russia will sign another MiG-29 modernization contract by the end of May 2013.
15 hrs ago | Avia.Ru
Russian Ministry of Defense successfully completed special flight tests of the upgraded Su-25SM strike-fighters. The testing was aimed at improving the jets' combat effectiveness, Lenta.ru reports.
19 hrs ago | Air & Space
As the curator of the Cradle of Aviation Museum on Long Island, New York, my job is to preserve and interpret the aerospace heritage of Long Island.
The last remaining Avro Vulcan V bomber will be taking to the skies at the annual Weston-super-Mare Air Day on England's Bristol Channel coast this summer.
Aerion, which has been defining and refining its design for a supersonic business jet for the past 11 years, is at EBACE, a major European business aviation trade show, this week still quietly confident that it will someday be able to add the word "producer" to its resume.
Dassault recently received approval from both the FAA and EASA for EASy II on the Falcon 7X.
Bob Giddings and friend in a scrapped Hawker Hurricane at Waterbeach airfield in 1951.
Plainview resident Vincenzo Ianni, 12, looks at The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress at the Cradle of Aviation Museum's Eighth Annual Flying Model Expo in Uniondale.
The experimental four-tonne bomb had to be dropped at the right height, at the right speed, at exactly the right distance from the target, to allow it to achieve the improbable feat of skipping across water.
When motorcycle enthusiasts say "loud pipes save lives," I don't think are imagining the Red Baron , an insane two-wheel machine powered by an actual aircraft engine.
Besides Brazil, Saab identified future demand for naval fighters in countries like India, Italy and the UK , which, in the coming years will be commissioning new aircraft carriers in their navies.
A sight to make the heart swell: Britain's only airworthy Lancaster rolls back the years as it skims over Derwent Reservoir where Dambuster crews trained for famous raid 70 years ago A Lancaster bomber performed a flypast at Derwent Reservoir today as part of events to mark the 70th anniversary of the war-time Dambusters air raid.