Posts by Nigel Howarth

in Things With Wings Jul 02, 2014

Photos: What happens to all those airliners when they retire? See a tear-down of a 747-400.

With Boeing and Airbus producing airliners at record rates, the numbers of airliners being withdrawn is also at a recent high....More
in Things With Wings Jun 18, 2014

10-year-old Luxair 737-700 to be parted out

Following a trend for airliners to retire younger than ever, one of Luxair's 737-700's, only built in 2004, is to be retired for parting out....More
in Things With Wings Apr 24, 2014

LAX - where special liveries abound

Los Angeles International Airport, for aircraft photographers, is one of the best in the world....More
in Ares Apr 24, 2014

Northrop Grummann's MFAS Test Bed

Northrop Grummann have been test-flying a 1970-vintage Gulfstream 2 aircraft since 2012, as a test-bed for the MFAS radar system....More
in Ares Apr 23, 2014

A-4 Skyhawks alive and well in the USA

Several companies still fly the A-4 Skyhawk....More
in Things With Wings Apr 15, 2014

Contrasting fortunes for old freighters in the California desert

Aviation Week visited the Mojave desert....More
in Ares Apr 15, 2014

First Australian C-27J heads to USA

Australia's first C-27J is currently en-route to the USA....More
in Ares Feb 28, 2014

UAE A330 Tanker deploys to the USA

The United Arab Emirates Air Force recently deployed one of its A330 MRTT tankers to March AFB in California, stopping off at Manchester, England on....More
in Things With Wings Dec 11, 2013

Henan Airlines fleet sent to the UK

Henan Airlines fleet of four Embraer 190's has arrived in the UK for storage. Exeter Airport in the southwest of England is currently home to....More
in Things With Wings Dec 11, 2013

Saratov Airline to get new aircraft type and new colour scheme

Saratov Airlines, also known as Saravia, currently operates an all-Russian fleet of 11 Yak42s, but that's about to change with the delivery of two....More

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