Posts by Nigel Howarth

in Ares Jun 25, 2015

In Pictures: US Army Conducts Major Military Exercise Over Washington, D.C.

Dozens of helicopters flew over Washington D.C. on Wednesday as part of a US Army major military exercise....More
in Ares Jun 24, 2015

Presidential MV-22 Osprey Photo

The US Marines Corps HMX-1 squadron, based at Quantico, VA maintains a fleet of helicopters and V-22s for Government use....More
in Ares Jun 24, 2015

IOMAX Commences Archangel Deliveries To UAE

IOMAX USA has commenced deliveries of the first of 24 Archangel aircraft to the UAE....More
in Things With Wings Jun 03, 2015

Delta's New Belly Advertising

The US majors may well be in dispute with several of the large Gulf carriers, but Delta has taken a leaf out of their book when it comes to....More
in Things With Wings Jun 01, 2015

Eastern Air Lines Returns To The Skies

After a 24 year absence, Eastern Air Lines has returned to the skies of Florida. The airline is mainly operating schedules to Havana on behalf of....More
in Ares May 13, 2015

VE Day Flyover: World War 2 Plane Makes Unscheduled Landing

A TBM-3 Avenger participating in last week’s VE Day 70th Anniversary flypast over Washington had to make an emergency landing at Reagan National....More
in Things With Wings May 10, 2015

Ethiopian Airlines Takes Delivery Of Newest 737-800

Ethiopian Airlines' fleet renewal and growth continued this week with the delivery of a new Boeing 737-800 from Seattle. Routing through Washington-....More
in Ares Mar 25, 2015

Nigerian Air Force Gets More Alpha Jets

The Nigerian Air Force has acquired at least two Dornier Alpha Jets to add to its current fleet....More
in Things With Wings Jul 24, 2014

Photos: London's Heathrow Airport: Seven-Seven-Heaven!

In recent years the number of airlines operating Boeing's long-range, high capacity 777 (particularly the -300 series, but also some smaller -200s)....More
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With Boeing and Airbus producing airliners at record rates, the numbers of airliners being withdrawn is also at a recent high....More

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