At least 68 killed in Nepal's worst plane crash in 30 years

There were 72 people on the twin-engine ATR 72 aircraft operated by Nepal's Yeti Airlines, including two infants, four crew members and 10 foreign nationals.

An F-35i Adir jet in Nevatim base, southeast of Beersheba

US barring Israeli pilots with foreign passports from F-35 aircraft - report

This move by the US stems from an increasingly expanding focus on information security and safeguarding US interests.


Ten facts you didn't know about turbulence while flying

Many people get annoyed, get uncomfortable or are even scared of turbulence while flying, but many don't know what turbulence is.

By Walla!

What is the purpose of Iran’s recent drone, air defense exercises? - analysis

Iran’s recent drills appear to showcase once again that Iran’s armed forces are more of a force on paper than a real combined joint force that can project it’s power.

Israeli startup makes inroads with personal flying vehicle

A flying vehicle being developed by Israeli startup AIR will be able to carry two people - an operator and passenger - as far as 100 miles on a single charge, the company says.


We've all been using neck pillows wrong

This is the trick that will help you sleep on a flight.

By Walla!

In fight against climate change, will hydrogen replace jet fuel in aircrafts?

The test took place at an outdoor test facility at a British military air base, using a converted Rolls-Royce AE 2100-A regional aircraft engine. 

Boeing's F-15IA Advanced fighter jet

UK, Japan, Italy to field new next-generation fighter jet by 2035

The agreement to merge their next-generation fighter jet programs can help Japan counter the growing military might of China and give the UK a bigger security role in Europe.


What do we know about the US Air Force's new 'Raider' B-21 nuclear bomber?

The B-21 was unveiled on Friday during a dramatic ceremony at Northrop's Plant 42 in Palmdale, California, offering members of the public the first look at the new bomber.

A Sukhoi SU-35 fighter aircraft performs during the "Aviadarts" military aviation competition

Why have so many Russian aircraft crashed since September?

While some analysts have pointed to Russian aircraft engine malfunctions, others point blame at economic sanctions imposed on Moscow.

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