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So far Michael Lovering has created 8 blog entries.

Bucharest International Air Show 2016

The air arms of Eastern European states have long attracted Western enthusiasts. However, as more and more of these ex-communist nations become integrated with Europe and NATO, their military equipment tends to follow suit leading to interesting, and often colourful, Soviet types being replaced with grey fighters from the USA. Whilst Romania has indeed ordered F-16s that [...]

By | September 13th, 2016|Airshow Reports, Event Reports|0 Comments

Royal International Air Tattoo 2016

The Royal International Air Tattoo is often the highlight of the UK’s Aviation calendar and attracts an interesting array of aircraft, new and old, from around the world. Anticipation for the show is even higher in Farnborough years when global aircraft manufacturers descend on the UK to try and secure vital sales for their latest [...]

By | August 21st, 2016|Airshow Reports, Event Reports|0 Comments

Shuttleworth Season Premiere Airshow 2016

It’s early May, the sun is out and the smell of castor oil lingers over a picturesque Bedfordshire airfield. A new season is upon us, and with that comes the first show at Old Warden: The Shuttleworth Season Premiere. Michael Lovering was there for AeroResource. I should begin this review by stating that, until this [...]

By | May 18th, 2016|Airshow Reports, Event Reports|1 Comment

RAF Cosford Air Show 2015

With the temporary closure of RAF Waddington for runway resurfacing, Cosford was left as the sole RAF organised airshow in 2015. Expectations were high, but could this small air station in the Midlands rise to the challenge? Michael Lovering attended for AeroResource. Traditionally a popular show amongst enthusiasts and the general public alike, Cosford’s compact [...]

By | June 21st, 2015|Airshow Reports, Event Reports|0 Comments

Smithsonian Institution Washington

The Smithsonian Institution comprises of 19 free national museums that hold some of the most significant documents and artefacts in American history. Two of these, located in downtown Washington D.C and Chantilly, VA, make up Smithsonian Air and Space. AeroResource correspondent Michael Lovering reports from the US capital. Museum Information Washington D.C. is a remarkable [...]

By | August 18th, 2014|Museum Reports|1 Comment

Kecskemét International Airshow 2013

In August 2012 reports filtered back to the UK that the Hungarian Ministry of Defence and the Hungarian Air Force (HuAF) were organising an air show at Kecskemét for the first time since 2010. Since the previous show had been regarded as one of the best in Europe, and with the promise of Eastern European [...]

By | August 19th, 2013|Airshow Reports, Event Reports|2 Comments

Battle of the Atlantic 70th

Whilst the RAF were commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the legendary Dambuster raids this year, the Royal Navy were also organising an important series of events to remember the largely forgotten efforts of the sailors and airmen who served in the Atlantic theatre. Without their sacrifice, vital supply routes from the USA to Europe would [...]

By | June 12th, 2013|Event Reports|0 Comments