Category: Trainers

Our Air Show Preview for 2022

Night photography, Thunder Over Michigan 2021 by Shawn Byers We’re planning our 2022 event campaign as the year changes on our wall calendars. Already, a pair of hoped-for military air shows have been cancelled...

Airshow London’s Sky Drive 2021

The “Sky Drive” format, introduced by Airshow London in 2020, returned for another successful show on August 27-29, 2021. In 2020, when most of the airshows were canceled, those that were held typically featured...

Military Aircraft on Display at the 2021 EAA AirVenture Oshkosh

  There were more military aircraft than normal displayed at Oshkosh this year. Some performed in the air, many more were parked as static displays on the grounds. After a strangely quiet year at...

T-7A Red Hawk Update

  © Boeing photo The U.S. Air Force will be welcoming their new generation of jet trainers to squadron use in 2023. Replacing the venerable Northrop T-38 will be the Boeing Defense, Space and...

The Millennial Farnborough International Air Shows

  ATR-42-500 soon to be delivered to Cuban airline Aerogaviota, at the 2002 Farnborough trade show. Here are a number of aircraft photos featuring the aircraft from the 2000 and 2002 Farnborough International Air...

Aero L-39 Updated

Civilianized L-39 in flight Aero Vodochody, the Czechoslovakian/Czech Republic aircraft manufacturer celebrated their 100th anniversary of existence in 2019, making it one of the oldest surviving aircraft manufacturers in the world. The company boasts...

TRAINERS, TANKERS, AND TRANSPORTS: A closer look at these integral aircraft at AirVenture 2019

  As we wrap up our coverage of the modern military presence at AirVenture 2019 we take a look at the trainers, tankers, and transports at this year’s show. These aircraft often overlooked in...

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