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Features: June at Newark Air Museum? It must be Cockpit-Fest!

Published 14 June 2010, 10:15

Howard Heeley/Down to Earth Promotions previews this year’s Cockpit-Fest at the Newark Air Museum in Nottinghamshire.


Features: Nimrods find new homes

Published 14 April 2010, 09:25 reports from Yorkshire as the first Nimrod MR2 finds a new home.


Features: Beware of a low flying café!

Published 19 March 2010, 15:37

An unusual eating place in New Zealand where enterprising New Zealanders have found a novel use for one retired Douglas DC-3.


Features: Wonderful Westhampnett

Published 22 January 2010, 15:07 was at the Goodwood Revival, held over the weekend of September 19/20, 2009. Goodwood’s motor racing heritage is well known, but few realise it started life as a retreat for Hurricanes from nearby RAF Tangmere.


Features: Duxford’s ‘dark side’!

Published 10 December 2009, 16:11

The Imperial War Museum (IWM) at Duxford is well known to many, but its north side, on the other side of the A505 main road, has a history unexplored by most visitors. was invited along on one of the first ‘Unseen Duxford’ tours.


Features: Spitfire delight

Published 14 August 2009, 10:58

Every boy's dream is to fly a Spitfire...


Features: Moths gather at Mildenhall

Published 23 July 2009, 13:00

As part of the 75th anniversary celebrations at RAF Mildenhall on May 15, the Americans invited a gaggle of veteran aircraft to recreate the start of the historic England-to-Australia air race, held on October 20, 1934.


Features: Duxford’s new Typhoon

Published 22 July 2009, 16:49 reports on the unveiling of the Imperial War Museum’s (IWM) most up-to-date exhibit, the Eurofighter Typhoon.


Features: Fortress fortitude

Published 17 July 2009, 16:19 looks at the B-17 Preservation Society's trying time over the last two years.


Features: Defending the Barracuda

Published 17 July 2009, 15:37 spoke to Bertie Vigrass OBE about the Fairey Barracuda and its infamous reputation.