From Gloucester Road in Filton, or from Hayes Way, you can see the steel frame of the Concorde building being erected. There are lots of contractors working on the site, so it appears to be on schedule. I am sure Foxy will be looking her best for the opening next year.
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That is true. This title seems to have ceased publication in the past year. Can anyone confirm this?
This appears to be actually a special issue book series from Aviation Journal, rather than a magazine.
There is extensive coverage of the Rhodesian Air Force under Zimbabwe - see Air Force of Zimbabwe. These particular pages have not been migrated to the Wordpress database yet.
Unfortunately, no. Visiting will only be possible again when the Bristol Aerospace Centre is opened in Spring 2017. The aircraft itself is still visible in the distance from Hayes Way, between Gloucester Road and Cribbs Causeway.
No! Definitely not! The Ukrainian Naval Aviation and 6 aviation magazines were added just this week.
The Royal Saudi Land Forces (RSLF) is the oldest branch of the Saudi military, being formed in 1902 at the start of the War of Unification of Saudi Arabia. The Army was modernised to keep pace with military developments in the following decades. In 1988 (1986?) a plan to establish an Aviation branch was approved and the first helicopters joined the RSLF Aviation Command in 1990. An airborne attack capability was added in 1992, with the arrival of AH-64 Apache helicopters.
|13 Jan 1902||Royal Saudi Land Forces first established|
|1988?||RSLF Aviation Command created|
|1990||First helicopters received – Bell 406CS|
The Aviation Command is fully operational.
To be added.
Current — Historical
Aircraft Serial Numbers
The Saudi Army serial numbering system consists of a three digit number (Bell 406CS and Schweizer 330) or a five digit mumber (S-70/UH-60 and AH-64), e.g. 844 for Bell 406CS and 27181 for UH-60L.
Coding system not used.
None – Manufacturers designations used.
Current Aircraft Inventory
All-Time Aircraft Used List
Aircraft NOT Used
Airport Rd, Riyadh 11165.
The RSLFAC is organised into two Aviation Battalions and one Aviation Group.
Current Order of Battle
Historical Orders of Battle
To be added.
All-Time Flying Units List
1st Aviation Battalion
2nd Aviation Battalion
3rd Aviation Group
Current Air Bases
The main air base is Hafr Al Batin at King Khalid Military City.
All-Time Air Bases Used List
Saudi Military Aviation Bibliography – to be added.
To be added.