Since Checksix first went online in 1997 many things have changed, digital photography has revolutionized the web, the speed of the Internet has multiplied considerably and state of the art web editing software now offers possibilities only dreamed of some 20+ years previously. Sadly though, what has also changed within this short period of time is not only the number of aircraft attending an airshow (it used to be up to 400+ aircraft at a single event!) but also the quality. By reading our archieved articles you can still get a feeling of what is was like to be in the presence of classics such as the Grumman F-14 TOMCAT as it thrills an airshow audience!
Unfortunately, we cannot put all our older articles and reviews into our Archive section, but we have included some of the more exciting and thrilling shows. Have a look!
For many tourists visiting the USA the City of Las Vegas is at the very top of their must-see list. This surreal, artificial creation in the middle of ... reviewed by Rob Kysela
This year, one of the oldest independent Air Forces in the world, the Royal Australian Air Force ( RAAF), celebrates its 80th anniversary. On ... reviewed by Rob Kysela
On the 31st of August 1973 the first of two McDonnell Douglas F-4F Phantom II landed at the Luftwaffe airbase in Wittmundhafen. Almost ... reviewed by Rob Kysela
United States Naval Aviation can trace it's roots back to two important events that took place over a few months in 1910 and 1911. First, on ... reviewed by Shawn Clish
The United Kingdom (UK) can claim to have founded the very first independent air force in the world. Before the end of the First ... reviewed by Will Moore & Rob Kysela
While the Central Otago region of New Zealand’s South Island is internationally renown for its beauty and outdoors lifestyle, it is ... reviewed by Rob Hynes
In cooperation with the Austrian broadcasting corporation ORF, several civilian co-organizers and the regional tourist office, the Austrian Air Force ... reviewed by Rob Kysela
On September 12th and 13th, 2020, the team at Airshow London accomplished the (almost) impossible. Facing the most uncertain, challenging ... reviewed by Shawn Clish