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Mosquito to Visit New Zealand Museum

Mosquito to Visit New Zealand Museum

The world’s only flying de Haviland Mosquito aircraft will visit the Classic Flyers Aviation Museum in Tauranga, New Zealand, on Wednesday. Weather permitting, the recently restored World War II twin-engine wooden fighter-bomber is expected to be on display until 4:30 p.m. The public will also have an opportunity to hear from pilot Keith Skilling and to […]
Air Force Celebrates Wright Brothers’ Flight

Air Force Celebrates Wright Brothers’ Flight

The 109th anniversary of the Wright Brothers’ first powered flight will be celebrated Monday with a wreath laying at the Wright Brothers Memorial at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The event begins at 10:15 a.m. Eastern and is open to the public. Amanda Wright Lane, great grandniece of the Wright brothers and Colonel Cassie Barlow, 88th Air […]

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Iraqi Airways Accepts New 777

Iraqi Airways Accepts New 777

The first new Boeing jetliner sold to Iraq in 30 years touched down in Baghdad on Saturday, signalling the country’s determination to rebuild its economy after decades of war and sanctions. Iraq is eager to improve its creaky aviation industry, which lags far behind that of its energy-rich neighbours. Boeing’s delivery of the twin-aisle 777-200LR plane […]
Qatar Airways Grounds 787, Boeing Investigating

Qatar Airways Grounds 787, Boeing Investigating

Qatar Airways has been forced to ground one of its three Boeing 787 Dreamliners after it found the same fault that recently forced a United Airlines Dreamliner to make an emergency landing, its CEO said yesterday. “One of our Dreamliners has the same problem that the United plane had and I am very disappointed in Boeing,” Qatar […]

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Navy Helicopter Crew Injured During Landing

Navy Helicopter Crew Injured During Landing

A Navy MH-60R Seahawk helicopter crash landed at North Island Naval Air Station late Wednesday night, putting all four crew members in the hospital. The helicopter, assigned to North Island’s HSM-75 Wolfpack squadron, was significantly damaged in what the Navy described as a “hard landing” on the tarmac. The aircraft remained on the landing area, sitting […]
Iwakuni Fetes First Civilian Flight in 48 Years

Iwakuni Fetes First Civilian Flight in 48 Years

A new military-civilian airport in the Japanese city of Iwakuni opened Thursday with an All Nippon Airways flight to Haneda airport in Tokyo, marking the first commercial flight from the area in 48 years. Iwakuni Kintaikyo Airport in Yamaguchi Prefecture is the 98th airport in Japan and cost ¥1.32 billion, or more than $15 million, […]

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Texas L-29 Crash Kills 2

Texas L-29 Crash Kills 2

Emergency crews and investigators remained at the scene of a plane crash Thursday afternoon near the border of Kaufman and Ellis counties southeast of Dallas, Texas. Video from KTVT’s Chopper 11 showed the limited burned out remains of what was a fixed-wing jet aircraft. CBS 11 News sources have confirmed two people were on the plane. Federal […]
Restored Super Cruiser Awaits First Flight

Restored Super Cruiser Awaits First Flight

Don Horst of Newton, Kan., hopes to be not only among the clouds on his birthday today, but also to celebrate a rebirth as he does. Horst, who was once a professional charter pilot headquartered at the Newton City/County Airport, wants to take his rebuilt 1947 Piper PA-12 Super Cruiser on a maiden voyage Thursday. […]

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Iraq Takes Delivery of Super Herc

Iraq Takes Delivery of Super Herc

Lockheed Martin delivered a C-130J Super Hercules to the Iraqi Air Force at formal ceremonies in Marietta, Ga., on Wednesday. This is one of the initial three aircraft of a total of six C-130Js ordered by Iraq. The other two of these initial three aircraft departed yesterday for Iraq. The remaining three C-130Js will be […]
Japan Fighters Sent to Intercept Chinese Plane

Japan Fighters Sent to Intercept Chinese Plane

Japan scrambled fighter jets after a Chinese plane was seen Thursday near small islands in the East China Sea that are claimed by both countries. This is the first time that the dispute over the islands — which Japan calls Senkaku and China refers to as Diaoyu — has involved aircraft, introducing a new sphere of […]
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