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France Gets Long-Delayed A400M

France Gets Long-Delayed A400M

France has become the first country to receive an A400M Atlas military transport from Airbus, bringing to fruition a long-troubled program. The delivery Thursday culminates “a long, complex and thorough process” between Airbus Military and the seven European nations behind the program, France’s DGA military procurement agency said in a statement. Civil and military flight […]
Beluga Fleet Vital to Airbus Production

Beluga Fleet Vital to Airbus Production

Airbus SAS’s record aircraft output relies increasingly on a fleet of transport planes named after an arctic whale that help ferry large parts across Europe. The European manufacturer plans to operate its fleet of five Belugas at 10,000 hours annually by 2017. That’s twice their usage in 2011, as the hunchbacked jets carry more components […]

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Seafair to Feature Patriots Jet Team

Seafair to Feature Patriots Jet Team

The way Mojo tells it, a tail slide sounds harrowing. “The jet goes vertical,” he says, demonstrating with his hand angled up at the sky. “Then the engine stops, and the plane starts flying backward” in a free fall. Mojo, also known as Jeff Jess, is a support pilot and ground-crew member for the Patriots Jet […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1911 – Harriet Quimby, a drama critic, becomes the first woman in the U.S. licensed as a qualified pilot. 1913 – Birth of Hiromichi Shinohara, known as the Richthofen of the Orient and the highest-scoring fighter ace of the Imperial Japanese Army Air Service. 1943 – Operation Tidal Wave, a large-scale air attack by bombers of […]

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Canadian Sea Kings: Bittersweet 50th

Canadian Sea Kings: Bittersweet 50th

Canadian Armed Forces pilots have been flying Sikorsky CH-124 Sea King helicopters for 50 years, with the anniversary celebrations taking place this week. That these aging beasts are still flying at all is testament to both the talents of those who have been operating and maintaining the old aircraft, and to the failings of a […]
Ohio Medal of Honor Recipient Remembered

Ohio Medal of Honor Recipient Remembered

It was a bold mission in the middle of World War II: fly into Romania to destroy oil refineries that fueled the German Army. Seventy years ago on Wednesday, U.S. Army Air Forces Lt. Col. Addison Earl Baker, then a 36-year-old pilot from Akron, Ohio, and a large armada of American planes flew over Ploesti, Romania, […]

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CAF Releases Short List of Future HQ

CAF Releases Short List of Future HQ

The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) is pleased to announce the eight final locations under consideration for the home of the new CAF National Airbase. The search for a new headquarters began in May of 2013 with more than 25 interested and viable locations. After careful consideration of each potential location, the CAF Board of Directors […]
American Eagle Debuts New E-175

American Eagle Debuts New E-175

As the bankrupt American Airlines continues to revitalize its fleet and prepare for a merger with US Airways, the carrier on Wednesday introduced a new airplane into its livery: the Embraer E-175. The Brazillian-made small regional jet will be operated as American Eagle by Republic Airways and will initially fly out of Chicago to New Orleans, Pittsburgh […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1890 – Birth of Karl Odebrett, German World War I fighter ace. 1913 – Alys McKey Bryant (shown above) becomes the first woman pilot to fly in Canada when she takes a Curtiss-type pusher biplane over Vancouver. 1944 – Death of Antoine Marie Jean-Baptiste Roger de Saint-Exupéry, French writer, aviator and World War II pilot; he is […]
Flying Car Makes First Public Flight

Flying Car Makes First Public Flight

A car that will likely cost close to $300,000 and won’t roll off the assembly line for a couple of more years must be pretty special. The Terrafugia Transition offers a few bells and whistles for the sky-high price tag — it’s a car that flies. Or a plane that can be driven on the interstate. […]
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