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LaGuardia Closed After Southwest Landing

LaGuardia Closed After Southwest Landing

Air traffic was shut down at LaGuardia Airport early Monday evening, after a plane landed without its nose gear. Emergency crews surrounded Southwest Airlines Flight 345, from Nashville to LaGuardia, after the landing Monday afternoon. The Federal Aviation Administration said a ground stop program was in effect, and no flights were arriving or departing at the […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1895 – Birth of Pavel Osipovich Sukhoi, Belarusian Soviet aircraft constructor and designer. 1918 – Indra Lal “Laddie” Roy, the first World War I Indian flying ace, dies in a dogfight with Fokker D.VIIs of Jasta 29 over France. 1933 – Wiley Post lands back at New York City’s Floyd Bennett Field in his Lockheed Vega “Winnie Mae,” completing the first […]

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Sukhoi Unfazed by Latest Superjet Crash

Sukhoi Unfazed by Latest Superjet Crash

The crash of a Russian Sukhoi Superjet 100 during a test flight in Iceland has no bearing on the jet’s commercial use because the type of landing involved is not currently performed by airlines operating the plane, the aircraft’s manufacturer said Monday. The plane made a belly-landing at Rekjavik’s Keflavik International Airport early Sunday morning […]
Ex-Pilot Reunited with Vietnam-Era Helmet

Ex-Pilot Reunited with Vietnam-Era Helmet

James Randall was shot down almost 48 years ago during a bombing run over North Vietnam. In the decades that followed, the retired U.S. Air Force pilot often replayed the crash in his mind: Parachuting into enemy territory, tearing off his chute and helmet, then running to the cover of the jungle where he hid […]

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Treaty Overflights Begin Today in Russia

Treaty Overflights Begin Today in Russia

Military inspectors from Turkey and the U.S. will fly over Russia’s territory starting from Monday as part of the international Open Skies Treaty, Russia’s Defense Ministry said. “In the period between July 22 and July 26, experts from Turkey and the United States will make a surveillance flight above the territory of Russia on board […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1867 – Englishmen James William Butler and Edmund Edwards make the first delta-wing airplane designs. They take out patents for both monoplanes and biplanes to be propelled by jets of steam, compressed air or gas. 1895 – Birth of Robert Alexander “Bob” Little, Australian WWI fighter ace. 1918 – The first attack by aircraft flying from a carrier flight deck is […]

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The Sequester vs. Hurricane Hunters

The Sequester vs. Hurricane Hunters

The National Hurricane Center is facing a potentially dangerous shortcoming when it comes to observing hurricanes. The sequester, and its resulting federal furloughs, is putting a crunch on the ability to conduct critical aircraft or “Hurricane Hunter” reconnaissance missions, just as we head into the peak months of an active Atlantic hurricane season. At NOAA’s […]
Hansa Jet Displayed in Istanbul’s Koc Museum

Hansa Jet Displayed in Istanbul’s Koc Museum

By Bruno Cianci The Rahmi M. Koç Müzesi, an open-to-the-public, but private museum of Turkey, is fully devoted to transports, industry and scientific instruments. Located in Istanbul, it is situated next to the waters of the Golden Horn, and has recently added a HFB-320 Hansa Jet manufactured in Germany (#1043) to its collection. Donated by […]

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Shackleton to Fly?

Shackleton to Fly?

By Geoff Jones Last operational with the RAF in 1991 and South African Air Force in 1984, and with a design lineage dating back to the Avro Lancaster bomber, the UK-based Shackleton Preservation Trust (SPT) have agreed to work on a program that could see the Shackleton MR.2 WR963 fly again. Avro’s maritime reconnaissance and […]
X-47B Begins Flights from Carrier

X-47B Begins Flights from Carrier

By Robert F. Dorr The Boeing X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System demonstrator (UCAS-D) made a catapult launch from the aircraft carrier USS George H. W. Bush (CVN 77) on May 14 off the coast of Virginia. With no human on board, the X-47B executed several planned landing approaches to the carrier before landing at Patuxent […]
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