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South African C-47 Crashes, 11 Dead

Dec 06, 2012 No Comments

A military plane has crashed in South Africa’s mountainous east, killing 11 officers, the air force said on Thursday. “On board the aircraft was a crew of six and five passengers and it was confirmed that there are no survivors,” the South African Air Force said in a statement. The wreckage of the Douglas C-47TP Turbo [...]

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Texas Warbird Group to Hold Christmas Night at the Museum

Dec 06, 2012 No Comments

The sights and sounds of warbirds will be featured  at the Greatest Generation Aircraft’s Christmas Night at the Museum tonight at the Vintage Flying Museum at Fort Worth’s Meacham Field at 505 NW 38th St. The stars of the event, the non-profit group’s holiday fundraiser, will be the GGA’s North American B-25 “Pacific Prowler,” Douglas C-47 “Southern [...]

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Air Guard F-15 Pilot Investigated for Low Pass

Dec 06, 2012 No Comments

A Florida Air National Guard F-15 Eagle pilot is under investigation based on reports that an aircraft was flying too low Tuesday over a Des Moines, Iowa, neighborhood. The Boeing F-15 from the 125th Fighter Wing based at the Jacksonville International Airport was flying to Sioux City, Iowa, for scheduled maintenance when residents complained the [...]

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First U.S.-Built Phenom 300 Makes Inaugural Flight

Dec 06, 2012 No Comments

Embraer Executive Jets’ first made-in-the-USA Phenom 300 was rolled out and made its first flight yesterday. The aircraft joined the production line in September and Wednesday’s flight marks the anniversary of the maiden flight of the first Phenom 100 to be produced in the U.S. Delivery of the light Phenom 300, which seats up to [...]

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Boeing 787 Makes Emergency Landing as Inspections Ordered

Dec 05, 2012 No Comments

On the same day one of its new Dreamliners made an emergency landing because of a mechanical problem, Boeing said U.S. regulators had ordered the entire fleet of 787 jets to be inspected for a possible fuel line problem. The twin mechanical issues, while not necessarily uncommon, were yet another headache for Boeing, a company still [...]

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Snake Bites Man Aboard Airliner, Forces Landing

Dec 05, 2012 No Comments

An EgyptAir flight was forced to divert yesterday after a passenger’s hand was bitten by a snake he had smuggled on board. The pilots decided to perform an emergency landing at a nearby airport after hearing the terrifying screams of the victim and travelers who saw the deadly Egyptian cobra crawling under their seats. The Jordanian passenger, named [...]

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Work Resumes on Spirit of St. Louis Reproduction

Dec 04, 2012 No Comments

The Old Rhinebeck (N.Y.) Aerodrome Museum announced today it will continue work on its Ryan NYP – Spirit of St. Louis reproduction through its off-season. The plan for this winter is to finish the 46-foot-long, single-piece wing and ready the aircraft for display. Upon completion of the reproduction, the aerodrome will have built its first [...]

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Chinese Fighter Crashes into House

Dec 04, 2012 No Comments

A military jet on a routine training flight crashed into a house in southern China on Tuesday, setting the building on fire and injuring several people inside, state media reported. China Central Television said the pilot ejected and parachuted to safety before the crash in Shantou city in Guangdong province. It said one of the [...]

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