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China National Aviation Corporation exhibit now open at National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

Aug 20, 2010 No Comments

  DAYTON, Ohio ó A new exhibit focused on the China National Aviation Corporation (CNAC), a group that served during World War II, opened Aug. 19 at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.The First Over the ëHump:í The China National Aviation Corporation exhibit is located in the museumís Air Power Gallery. It tells [...]

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Travel Club takes passengers back to excitement of air travel

Aug 20, 2010 No Comments

DETROIT, (August 17, 2010) ñ Nomads, Americaís only surviving air travel club, celebrates its 45th anniversary during a time when air travel has become synonymous with stress. When Nomads was founded in 1965, it was one of 30 clubs of its kind in America. Today, Nomads is the nationís only surviving travel club, and dropping [...]

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San Diego Air & Space Museum Launches World’s Largest Collection of Online Aviation Images

Aug 13, 2010 No Comments

The San Diego Air & Space Museum (SDASM) is proud to announce the launch of possibly the largest online collection of aviation images in the world. By using Flickr.com, the entire SDASM Library & Archives digitized photo collection will eventually be viewable via the internet anywhere in the world. To date, 64,000 images have been uploaded, [...]

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Artists, Photographers and Writers at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, August 14-15

Aug 13, 2010 No Comments

AUGUST 10, 2010: Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome announced a special opportunity this weekend for artists, photographers and writers to capture the thrill of our rich aviation history through the Aerodromeís antique airplanes and artifacts.   ìCreative people from all over the region are expected to show up to start new work in a variety of media; [...]

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Royal Air Force Museum Awarded Guinness World Record

Aug 13, 2010 No Comments

The Royal Air Force Museum is delighted to announce that its attempt to obtain the world record for the most model Spitfires constructed in a day has been confirmed by the Guinness Book of World Records. The attempt, run with the support of Airfix and Ebury Publishing, had participants arriving from afar a field as Singapore [...]

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Sean D. Tucker and Jet AVIVA Team Up to Fight Loss of Control Accidents

Aug 13, 2010 No Comments

  Sean D. Tuckerís Tutima Academy of Aviation Safety, the leading aerobatic and upset recovery training school, in partnership with jetAVIVA, the premier light jet acquisition and sales firm, are launching their new Light Jet Upset Recovery Training course. Geared towards general aviationís light jet owner pilots, the course is specifically designed with the modern [...]

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Forgotten World War II Hero Recognized

Aug 13, 2010 No Comments

    A World War II hero who disappeared from public records is set to have his memory officially honoured for the first time on July 26, 2010 at the Battle of Britain monument in London.   Squadron Leader Charles Alexander Ogilvy who flew Spitfires and Lancasters in World War II has had his bravery [...]

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Flight Journal Podcast 24 – Cessna T-37 Tweet

Aug 03, 2010 No Comments

Flight Journal Podcast – Episode 24Cessna T-37 Tweet Episode 10 – P-3 CubPC users – Right click the link above and “save target as” to save to your hard drive.Mac users – Control+click the link above and “download linked file” to save to your hard drive. Like what you hear? Leave us your comments and feedback [...]

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