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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1905 – Birth of Ruth Blaney Alexander, U.S. female pioneer aviator. 1951 – First flight of the Vickers-Armstrongs Valiant (shown), British four-engined jet bomber, once part of the RAF’s V bomber nuclear force; it is originally developed for high-level strategic missions. 1967 – A prototype Dassault Mirage F1, French air-superiority fighter and attack aircraft, crashes due to […]
‘Spirit’ Stearman Crashes in Arizona

‘Spirit’ Stearman Crashes in Arizona

“Spirit of Artemis,” a Boeing Stearman biplane piloted by Tracy Curtis-Taylor, who was using the airplane to retrace old airmail routes across the United States, crashed in Arizona last week. Fortunately, Curtis-Taylor and her passenger, Ewald Gritsch, both walked away from the accident, but the airplane is in need of major repair. In her own […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1879 – Birth of Hans Grade, German aviation pioneer. 1920 – KLM and Aircraft Transport & Travel begin joint air service between London and Amsterdam. 1923 – Death of Thomas Scott Baldwin, U. S. Army major and pioneer balloonist. He was the first American to descend from a balloon by parachute. 1928 – First flight of the Vickers Vellore, British large biplane prototype designed as a […]
Travel Air A-6000A: Back from  the Aerial Dead

Travel Air A-6000A: Back from the Aerial Dead

Looking back at the Travel Air Manufacturing Company of the late 1920s from this end of history’s telescope, it looks like an aviation dream team. Of course, at the time, there was no way to know that each of the company’s founders, Walter Beech, Clyde Cessna and Lloyd Stearman would go on to become aviation […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1883 – Birth of Antoine Laplasse, French pioneer aviator and World War I flying ace. 1930 – First flight of the Blériot Bl-110 nicknamed “Joseph Le Brix,” a French high-wing single-engine monoplane designed for endurance records. 1959 – The newly-formed Royal Canadian Air Force aerobatic team, the Golden Hawks, flying gold-finished North American Sabres, performs its first demonstration at […]
Bomber Crew: A Day in Their Lives

Bomber Crew: A Day in Their Lives

B-17 crewmen remember the German missions Aboard each of the thousands of B-17 Flying Fortresses that left the soil of England bound for targets in Europe were 10 young men. Outwardly, they were no different from any late-teen or early-twenties boy you’d meet anywhere in America. Same faces, same names, same youthful vigor and sense […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1894 – Birth of Elwyn Roy “Bo” King, Australian World War I fighter ace and instructor during World War II. 1917 – Death of Julius Busa, Austro-Hungarian World War I flying ace; he is shot down by Italian ace Francesco Baracca in a SPAD S.VII. 1927 – Colonial Air Transport offers a sightseeing trip from Teterboro, N.J., around New York City for just $8, less than the price of a similar trip in a taxi. […]
Rare Flight for Biggest Plane

Rare Flight for Biggest Plane

The undisputed superstar of the skies — the biggest airplane in the world — is taking flight on a rare delivery mission across three continents. The Ukrainian cargo jet named “Mriya” is one of a kind. There is no other. That’s why the gawkers showed up Tuesday in Prague. They watched in awe as this big […]

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Military Helicopters 2016—an Event you Can’t Miss!

Military Helicopters 2016—an Event you Can’t Miss!

Flight Journal magazine is a proud media sponsor of Military Helicopters 2016, which will take place in Enterprise, Alabama, July 25–27, 2016.   This is a must-attend event. You will get face to face with program managers, senior military officials, and OEMs, and be able to provide real-time feedback in thought-provoking discussions. You will build collaborative partnerships with military and […]
ACE Maker Ultimate Aviation Vacation

ACE Maker Ultimate Aviation Vacation

ACE Maker Ultimate Aviation Vacation   Lakeland, FL – A lucky aviation enthusiast stands to win an unprecedented prize package thanks to a partnership between SUN ‘n FUN, Stallion 51 and Experience Kissimmee.   Touted as the ACE Maker Raffle for the Ultimate Aviation Vacation, participants have a chance to win free admission and parking […]
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