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Jon Hall is back with another weird yet utterly brilliant aircraft. This one’s got checkers (which are surely the new racing stripes), it’s entitled the ‘Liberator’, and you can see more here.


Russian Air Force to hold "Aviadarts" and two more competitions in 2015

In 2015, the Air Force of Russia will hold two more competitions in addition to the international air training “Aviadarts”, said Air Force spokesperson Col. Igor Klimov. 78 more words


The Time For Ex-Im Reform is Now

ALPA continues its push for targeted and meaningful reforms to the Export-Import Bank’s widebody aircraft financing. With the Bank’s current authorization expiring on June 30, now is a key opportunity to ensure that its lending practices do not harm the U.S. 290 more words

Level The Playing Field

Russia ups stakes in hypersonic race

Maxim Kuzyuk, CEO of the Aviation Equipment Holding (part of the state corporation Rostec), believes that the PAK FA engine can start without oxygen. “When creating the PAK FA, we were set the task of developing an oxygen-free starting system. 54 more words


Irkutsk Aviation Plant started production of flight simulators for Su-30SM fighters

Irkutsk Aviation Plant (part of Irkut Corporation) started production of full flight simulators (FFS) for Su-30SM fighters, which are being delivered to Russian air forces, Interfax reports with reference to the press-service of the enterprise. 48 more words


Russia has 9 Su-30MKI assembly kits left to deliver to India

In 2015 Irkut Corporation will deliver six Su-30MKI assembly kits to India (fighters will be assembled by HAL), RIA Novosti reports with reference to Senior Vice-President of the corporation, Vitaly Borodich. 104 more words


Fighter Jets

I took this picture a couple of years ago, whilst on holiday in the beautiful county of Pembrokeshire, UK. We were on the beach at the time and looked up to see these planes overhead.

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