The Mi-38T's first forward flight on November 23, 2018 was a long-awaited event in the protracted process of fielding the brand-new 15.6-tonne transport helicopter for service with the Russian military.
The RSAF painted PC-21 9101 in special makings to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of Singaporean flight training at RAAF Pearce, near Perth, in Western Australia.
Royal Air Force Chinook HC5 ZH901 in a confined landing area on the Salisbury Plain Training Area.
An MV-22B Osprey assigned to Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 264 (VMM-264) 'Black Knights’ loaded with an ALQ-231(V)3 Intrepid Tiger II electronic warfare pod during a mission flown from the amphibious assault ship USS Wasp (LHD-1).
Sunset for US Marine Corps EA-6B Prowlers at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, prior to their final trans-Atlantic ferry flight back home to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina.
Army Air Corps Wildcat AH1 ZZ396 fitted with a side-mounted machine gun.
The Indonesian Air Force (TNI-AU) received 20 KAI KT-1B Woongbi trainers from 2003, but has lost three in accidents, including LD-0103 (pictured) at the LIMA Air Show in Malaysia in March 2015.
Rafale DM10 was one of six delivered to Egypt in September and October 2018.
Egyptian Air Force Rafales DM07, DM08 and DM10 lined upon the Bordeaux-Merignac runway at the start of their ferry flight to Egypt on September 25, 2018.
The LL PSV is a highly modified Mi-24K helicopter with an all-new nose section, new main-rotor blades and more powerful engines with a full digital authority control system.
The LL PSV technology demonstrator achieved a maximum speed of 218kts (403km/h) thanks to a combination of new-generation rotor blades, powerful engines and sleek low-drag fuselage.