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Avro Vulcan to Headline Scottish Air Show

Avro Vulcan to Headline Scottish Air Show

The 2013 Leuchars Airshow in northeast Scotland will offer the general public the chance to see the mighty Avro Vulcan V bomber in Scottish skies one more time when it joins the flying display on Sept. 7. Tickets for the show, which are already available online, went on sale at selected VisitScotland outlets at the weekend. […]
Solar Impulse Completes Third Leg to St. Louis

Solar Impulse Completes Third Leg to St. Louis

A solar-powered airplane made a smooth trip on Monday from Texas to a stormy part of America – St. Louis, where the Solar Impulse team put a portable, inflatable hangar to its first real-world test. The third leg of Solar Impulse’s “Across America” odyssey may not have been a record-setting trip like last week’s flight from […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1886 – Birth of Francis Thomas Evans, Sr., one of the earliest U.S. Marine Corps aviators, the first person to perform a loop in seaplane and a pioneer of stall and spin recovery techniques. 1936 – The British Air Ministry awarded a contract to Hawker for 600 Hurricane Mk. 1 fighters, the first of a new breed of […]
B-25 Rides Available in New Mexico

B-25 Rides Available in New Mexico

We’ve all seen Hollywood movies about World War II where American bomber pilots suit up for their dangerous bombing missions over Europe and in the Pacific, returning in shot-up planes and landing on a wing and a prayer. Others have heard stories first-hand from the family members who were bomber pilots and bombardiers and lived […]

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Plans Taking Flight for Kansas Aviation Museum

Plans Taking Flight for Kansas Aviation Museum

Men known for their prowess in flight, coupled with rich military heritage, form “boulders” for the Wings Over Salina Aviation Experience that is gathering nuggets for a multimillion-dollar project in Kansas. The idea snared Randy Hassler’s fancy years ago. “It’s been on my bucket list since I’ve been on the (Salina Airport Authority) board,” said […]
Ford Tri-Motor Available for Flights at Indiana Airport Next Week

Ford Tri-Motor Available for Flights at Indiana Airport Next Week

South Bend, Ind., area residents will have an opportunity to see a circa 1929 Ford Tri-Motor airplane up close next week at Elkhart Municipal Airport. And for a fee, they’ll have a chance to fly in the historic aircraft. The Tri-Motor was a transport aircraft produced by the companies of auto pioneer Henry Ford from 1925 […]

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NASA to Monitor Hurricane Season with Global Hawks

NASA to Monitor Hurricane Season with Global Hawks

During this year’s hurricane season NASA will “double-team” on research with two unmanned Global Hawk aircraft winging their way over storms that develop during the peak of the season. NASA’s Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel, or HS3 airborne mission, will revisit the Atlantic Ocean to investigate storms using additional instruments and for the first time […]
Indian Air Force Inducts PC-7 Trainers

Indian Air Force Inducts PC-7 Trainers

The Indian Air Force training academy at Dundigal witnessed the induction of the Pilatus PC-7 MkII, a basic trainer aircraft, on Friday. Union Minister of State for Defence Jitendra Singh unveiled the turboprop-engined plane at a ceremony. Led by Group Capt. R.S. Nandedkar, three PC-7 MkII aircraft put up an air display for dignitaries, which included […]

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RAF Museum Set to Raise German Bomber from English Channel

RAF Museum Set to Raise German Bomber from English Channel

A British museum is about to haul 8 tons of history out of the English Channel — the only remaining German Dornier bomber from the World War II Blitz on London. The plane, one of a formation of twin-engined Dornier Do 17s that Hitler sent to the southeast coast of England in his efforts to […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1882 – Birth of John Robertson Duigan, an Australian pioneer aviator who built and flew the first Australian-made aircraft. 1918 – Douglas Campbell becomes the first American aviator flying in an American unit,  the Pursuit 94th Aero Squadron of the U.S. Army Air Service, to achieve the status of ace, scoring his fifth victory over a German Rumpler C reconnaissance biplane with […]
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