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Need a Hobby? Build a Life-Size Replica!

Need a Hobby? Build a Life-Size Replica!

Almost every aviation enthusiast has built a few models of their favorite planes, but Canadian Ian Baron takes his modeling to a new level! So far, he has made four replicas of different types of planes used during world wars, all made from recycled bits and parts. Baron manages to create such huge replicas by […]
In the Hangar with Legend Aircraft [VIDEO]

In the Hangar with Legend Aircraft [VIDEO]

Go behind the scenes with the Experimental Aircraft Channel on their visit to Legend Aircraft, home of light-sport, certified versions of the venerable Piper Cub, including the MOAC (Mother of All Cubs)! Legend Cubs use the same basic airframe design as the Piper original with a few enhancements, such as an enlarged the cockpit space […]

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P-39 Airacobra: Up Close and Personal [VIDEO]

P-39 Airacobra: Up Close and Personal [VIDEO]

For over 20 years, Pioneer Aero Limited, based at Armore Aerodrome in Auckland, have been one of New Zealand’s (and the world’s), foremost restorers of Second World War aircraft. In this video, director Paul McSweeny discusses the Bell P-39 Airacobra restoration that Pioneer is on the verge of completing for Jerry Yagen’s Warbirds Aviation Museum […]
The Last “Spooky” Retires

The Last “Spooky” Retires

The U.S. Air Force has sent the last AC-130U “Spooky” gunship to the Boneyard, capping a career spanning three decades. The gunship, named “Gunslinger,” was sent to the Arizona desert for what is likely a one-way trip. Another of the heavily armed transport planes, “Big Daddy,” earned a coveted black letter for excellence and a […]

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7 Strangest Airplanes Yet!

7 Strangest Airplanes Yet!

What will the future of air travel look like? These oddities, from a 36-motor VTOL passenger aircraft to a flying saucer, may hold the answer. This short video featuring a few unusual prototype aircraft will make you think!
Video: Japanese Zero Start Up

Video: Japanese Zero Start Up

This is a startup and short flight exhibiting absolutely the rarest of all the flyable warbirds in existence today: the Japanese A6M5 Zero! This is the example owned and flown by the Planes of Fame Museum in Chino, California, USA. It is the ONLY example of a WW II Japanese aircraft flying in the world […]

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Update: B-29 “Doc” Ride flights

Update: B-29 “Doc” Ride flights

The beautifully restored B-29 Doc Superfortress continues to be an airshow superstar and the first B-29 Doc ride dates for 2019 will be in Wichita at the new B-29 Doc Hangar and Education Center this spring. The B-29 Doc Flight Experience ride program will kick off the 2019 flying season two weekends in April: Saturday, […]

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On this Day in Aviation History

On this Day in Aviation History

On November 7, 1945, the Gloster Meteor set a speed record of 606.26 miles per hour — the first world speed record with a jet aircraft. Wing Commander Hugh Joseph Wilson, AFC and Two Bars, Royal Air Force, Commandant of the Empire Test Pilots’ School at RAF Cranfield, flew the 8 mile straightaway at an altitude […]
Aviation Legend: Interview with General Chuck Yeager

Aviation Legend: Interview with General Chuck Yeager

On the occasion of his 95th birthday, we celebrate General Yeager and hope you’ll enjoy watching this interview from 2016 as much as we did. He is an amazing human being … they don’t make ’em like that anymore!
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