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New American Eagle Livery Surprises Few

New American Eagle Livery Surprises Few

American Eagle had an event for employees Monday to show off the new American Eagle livery at DFW International Airport. Astute readers will probably note that the American Eagle livery looks an awful lot like the new American livery. The main difference that I can find is that American Eagle’s livery has the word “Eagle” […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1784 – The first balloon flight made in Italy takes place from the grounds of a villa owned by Chevalier Paul Andreani near Milanand uses a modified hot air design built by the brothers Charles and Augustin Gerli. 1930 – Ralph O’Neil lands in Miami on the first mail service of America airline New York, Rio […]

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ITA 1/72 Shawnee "Flying Banana" - 600x120

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Helicopter Museum to Help Produce Tom Cruise Film

Helicopter Museum to Help Produce Tom Cruise Film

Film star Tom Cruise will have a Weston, England, tourist attraction to thank the next time he saves the world. A diverse range of helicopter parts have been assembled from The Helicopter Museum on Locking Moor Road to help build an Augusta Westland Lynx helicopter that will feature in Cruise’s latest sci-fi flick “All You […]
Collings Foundation Sets Date for Bomber Camp 2013

Collings Foundation Sets Date for Bomber Camp 2013

Do you remember watching Twelve O’Clock High or Memphis Belle? Have your ever imagined what it would be like to train for – and fly – your own mission in the legendary B-17 Flying Fortress “Nine 0 Nine?” The Collings Foundation will be offering a very unique two-day program, set for May 29-30 in Stockton, Calif., […]

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WW II First Dogfights

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California Museum Adds Rare Trainer to Collection

California Museum Adds Rare Trainer to Collection

The newest plane at the Chico (Calif.) Air Museum is very different than the others. This new plane makes museum members wildly excited because of its firsts. It is the first operational plane acquired by the museum, which had it flown from New Mexico to Chico. Because it can fly, it will enable museum members to […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1910 – Birth of Royal Air Force Group Capt. Sir Douglas Robert Steuart “Dogsbody” Bader, World War II legless fighter ace (shown above). 1930 – Death of Henrich Claudius Kroll, German World War I fighter ace. 1945 – First flight of the Hawker Sea Fury, a British fighter aircraft developed for the Royal Navy by Hawker. The last propeller-driven […]

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Silver Dart Plans Taking Flight for Canadian Museum

Silver Dart Plans Taking Flight for Canadian Museum

Parks Canada took a significant step this week toward having the AEA Silver Dart replica permanently displayed at the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site at Baddeck, Nova Scotia, in time for the museum’s Victoria Day opening on May 20. Conceptual designs will see the airplane hang in the water hall giving visitors a view […]
Photos: 787s in Storage at Paine Field

Photos: 787s in Storage at Paine Field

If the proposed near-term battery fix that Boeing will present to the FAA in Washington, D.C., as early as Thursday is accepted, the scenes Paine Field in Everett, Wash., home of the builder’s wide-body plant, may not be seen for much longer. Check out the photos taken by Joe Walker at Paine Field last weekend on Aviation […]

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Onboard NASA’s Flying Observatory

Onboard NASA’s Flying Observatory

When you’re staring up at the stars, you’re only seeing a glimpse of the picture. That’s because a layer of water vapor lies between earth’s surface and outer space. NASA has a solution a decade in the making: the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA). The Tech Report recently joined a handful of teachers and NASA […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1891 – Birth of Auguste Joseph Marie Lahoulle, French World War I flying ace and a high-ranking officer in the French air force during World War II. 1916 – Death of Ernst Mach, Austrian physicist and philosopher, noted for his contributions to physics such as the Mach number and the study of shock waves. 1917 – First […]
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