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Cause of Asiana 777 Crash May Take Years

Jul 07, 2013 No Comments

As officials try to piece together what led to the Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash Saturday at San Francisco International Airport, investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board will analyze air-traffic control records, weather, aircraft maintenance and the crew’s actions from data recorders aboard the plane. A team of federal safety investigators headed for San [...]

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Museum Kicks Off Canadian Voodoo Campaign

Jul 06, 2013 No Comments

A Canadian aviation museum has the opportunity to save a McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo, one of the Royal Canadian Air Force’s most important  Cold War fighters and the last Voodoo to fly with the Canadian Armed Forces. The Jet Aircraft Museum, located in London, Ontario, between Toronto and Detroit ,Mich., yesterday announced plans to send a team of [...]

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On This Day in Aviation History

Jul 05, 2013 No Comments

1896 – Birth of Harold Francis “Kiwi” Beamish, New Zealand World War I flying ace. 1917 – First flight of the Fokker Dr.I Dreidecker, famous World War I German triplane. 1927 – Irish-born Lady Mary Bailey establishes a new light airplane altitude record of 17,283 feet in a de Havilland D. H. 60 Moth, at the company’s airfield in Edgeware, Middlesex (now London, [...]

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Fighter Jet Battle in Vermont Heats Up

Jul 05, 2013 No Comments

For decades, the thunder of Vermont Air National Guard jets has been a noisy feature of life in the towns around Burlington, Vt., where the commercial airport also houses the U.S. Air Force’s 158th Fighter Wing, known as “The Green Mountain Boys.” Now, the potential arrival of louder, new Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II fighters that [...]

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Solar Impulse: Big Apple Bound

Jul 05, 2013 No Comments

The Solar Impulse team of Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg are now preparing for the final flight of their HB-SIA zero-fuel airplane in the Across America 2013 campaign. Borschberg will take control of the solar-powered airplane for this final leg of the journey from Washington, D.C., to New York. Borschberg is scheduled to take off from Washington Dulles International [...]

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On This Day in Aviation History

Jul 03, 2013 No Comments

1914 – Birth of Marmaduke Thomas St. John “Pat” Pattle, South African World War II fighter ace. 1941 – Luftwaffe Maj. Wilhelm Balthasar, a World War II fighter ace and winner of the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves, is killed in action when his Messerschmitt Bf 109F-4 suffers wing failure and crashes in France, [...]

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AirVenture 2013 to Open with ‘Jetman,’ Movie

Jul 03, 2013 No Comments

The Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture 2013 will kick off with a concert by Chicago and include an appearance by the YouTube sensation Yves “Jetman” Rossy and a special preview screening of Disney-Pixar’s “Planes,” the EAA said Tuesday. The event, which runs from July 29 to Aug. 4, will host the rock concert on its opening night in Oshkosh, Wis. [...]

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Michigan Air Show Begins Today

Jul 03, 2013 No Comments

The Field of Flight Air Show & Balloon Festival in Battle Creek, Mich., will feature so much more than just airborne entertainment this year, event organizers said. While no military aircraft will be on site, the first-ever Michigan Mile, magic shows, musical guests including Matt Giraud, the Great Lakes Timber Show and the Funland Amusement Park and carnival [...]

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