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Lion Air’s Malindo Launches Maiden Flights

Lion Air’s Malindo Launches Maiden Flights

Malindo Air, a new low-cost carrier owned partly by Lion Air, launched its first two flights on Friday in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The airline’s first flight was from Kuala Lumpur to Kota Kinabalu at 1:30 p.m. using a Boeing 737-800 belonging to Lion Air, who own 49 percent of the carrier. The other flight was from […]
The Weirdest Aircraft of the 20th Century

The Weirdest Aircraft of the 20th Century

The 20th Century gave us the Wright Brothers, the 747 and the Concorde. But it also gave us some of the strangest things ever to take to the skies. Here are some of the most insane aircraft ever conceived. For the complete story by Vincze Miklos of io9.com, click here. Photo by Aerocar For Sale

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1877 – Maurice Farman, French aviation pioneer and manufacturer, is born. He set world endurance and speed records in flying in 1909 and manufactured airplanes. 1916 – U.S. Coast Guard Capt.-Commandant Ellsworth P. Bertholf orders Coast Guard experimentation with the use of aircraft and directs Third Lt. Elmer F. Stone to begin flight training. It is the […]
Great Alaska Aviation Gathering to Celebrate 16th Year

Great Alaska Aviation Gathering to Celebrate 16th Year

Alaska’s premier event for flying enthusiasts and families as well as the state’s largest aviation tradeshow, the Great Alaska Aviation Gathering will be held in the FedEx Maintenance Hangar at Anchorage’s Ted Stevens International Airport May 4-5. Admission is free. Nearly 300 exhibitors will showcase state-of-the-art aviation technology, products, safety,innovations and more. The show will […]

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Air Heritage to Hold C-47 Debut Next Month

Air Heritage to Hold C-47 Debut Next Month

For a celebrated warplane, spraying mosquitoes in Florida was an ignominious way to retire. That’s why Paul Luehring said he and his buddies were so excited to welcome the World War II veteran to its hangar at Air Heritage Inc. in Beaver Falls, Pa., last December. The museum and aircraft restoration facility at the Beaver County […]
FIFI, Diamond Lil Join Airventure 2013 Lineup

FIFI, Diamond Lil Join Airventure 2013 Lineup

Two of World War II’s most iconic aircraft, the Boeing B-29 Superfortress and the Consolidated B-24 Liberator, will be back at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh this summer as part of the Commemorative Air Force’s “Ghost Squadron” at The World Greatest Aviation Celebration. The airplanes will be among the two most noteworthy of the hundreds of warbird aircraft at […]

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Redstone Arsenal Delivers New Jump Plane to Army’s Golden Knights

Redstone Arsenal Delivers New Jump Plane to Army’s Golden Knights

The U.S. Army Parachute Team – better known as the Golden Knights – recently made it first paratroop jumps from a new Twin Otter aircraft procured by the Fixed Wing Project Office at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama. The jumps took place at Florida’s Homestead Air Reserve Base where team members conduct winter training. The Army’s […]
Flying On Board the ‘Belle’

Flying On Board the ‘Belle’

If you’ve seen the 1990 movie “Memphis Belle,” you may have recognized the big World War II-era plane that was soaring above San Diego on Monday. The fully restored Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress featured in the film is here on the West Coast for the first time as part of a national tour. In this KFMB-TV video […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1898 – Jake Swirbul, American co-founder of Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp., was born. 1916 – German ace Ernst Udet scores his first kill; his 62 victories were second only to Manfred von Richthofen, his commander in the Flying Circus. 1939 – The first Boeing Model 307 Stratoliner, due to be delivered to Pan Am after testing and certification, crashes, killing all 10 […]
Boeing Expected to Test Fly 787 Tuesday

Boeing Expected to Test Fly 787 Tuesday

A 787 built for LOT Polish Airways is expected to be the first flight test to verify the system, to prove to the Federal Aviation Administration that Boeing’s upgraded battery is safe. Two months ago on the evening of January 16, the FAA announced it would immediately ground the 787 fleet. That was the day […]
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