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Museum of Flight to Move Airplanes from Boeing’s Historic Plant 2

The Museum of Flight will move three iconic airplanes in its collection from their longtime restoration home at Boeing’s Plant 2. The planes include the Lockheed Constellation Super G, the Boeing B-17F Flying Fortress, and the Boeing B-29 Superfortress. All of the planes have been undergoing restoration at Plant 2, but are being relocated as […]

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Ghosts of Aviationís Past to haunt the Air Zoo

KALAMAZOO, Mich.óOn October 30 the Air Zoo will be taken over by dark and eerie spirits during Ghosts of Aviationís Pastóa night full of haunts and howls.   From 7-10 p.m., guests will be able to come face-to-face with ghosts from aviationís past, including Amelia Earhart and the Red Baron, if they DARE! Theyíll also […]

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Carl Vinson Sets Trap Record

USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) reached a historic milestone with the success of its 200,000th trap on its flight deck July 13. Lt. Ben Hartman and Lt. Ian Hudson, attached to Electronic Attack Squadron (VAQ) 129, said they were honored and surprised to learn they got the 200,000th trap. Cakes were presented in Wardroom III […]

New Historical Display tells story of Polish Air Force in the Battle of Britain

The Imperial War Museum Duxford has formally opened “Polish Airmen in the Battle of Britain,” a new historic display which commemorates the courageous role played by the Polish Air Force in the Battle of Britain in this, its 70th anniversary year. This temporary display, commissioned by the Office for War Veterans and Victims of Repression, traces […]

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Travel Club takes passengers back to excitement of air travel

DETROIT, (August 17, 2010) ñ Nomads, Americaís only surviving air travel club, celebrates its 45th anniversary during a time when air travel has become synonymous with stress. When Nomads was founded in 1965, it was one of 30 clubs of its kind in America. Today, Nomads is the nationís only surviving travel club, and dropping […]
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