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Video: X-47B Continues Sea Trials

Video: X-47B Continues Sea Trials

The U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt returned to port last week after hosting the Northrop Grumman X-47B unmanned combat air vehicle for more at-sea trials. The goal was to test the aircraft’s interaction with the ship in off-nominal wind conditions. Nominal conditions are winds up to 25 knots right down the runway on deck. Testers were looking […]
B-52s Fly Through China Defense Zone

B-52s Fly Through China Defense Zone

Tensions are running high in the skies between China and Japan — and the United States is refusing to stay on the sidelines. After Beijing upset the region by declaring a new air defense zone over a large part of the East China Sea, Washington responded by flying two unarmed Boeing B-52 Stratofortress bombers through […]

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On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1896 – Birth of Oliver “Stewpot” Stewart, British World War I flying ace and aviation journalist. 1929 – After taking off from Hal Far, Malta, a Fairey Flycatcher of the Royal Air Force Fleet Air Arm lands aboard the British aircraft carrier HMS Courageous, achieving the first night carrier landing by a fleet fighter. 1943 – Death […]
Concorde: 10 Years Later

Concorde: 10 Years Later

Today marks ten years since a landmark event in aviation history, the last flight of the Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde. British aircraft enthusiast John Mason takes a look at the ground-breaking plane, her links to England’s West Country and her legacy. Given the turbulent start to the Concorde programme and the magnitude and nature of the challenges to be […]

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Volocopter: Man-Carrying Multi Rotor

Volocopter: Man-Carrying Multi Rotor

This emission-free, environmentally friendly helicopter may be the rotorcraft of the future! Designed by German company e-Volo, it has 18 electric motors and can carry two people. After its ground-breaking test flights, the e-Volo managing director commented, “Rich and incredibly quiet sound, absolutely no noticeable vibrations in the flight, convincing structure with a great, new […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1906 – Birth of Joaquín Collar Serra, a Spanish military aviator who took part in the historic flight of the Cuatro Vientos from Seville, Spain, to Camagüey, Cuba, a trip of more than 4,500 miles, in 1933. 1920 – U.S. Army Lt. Corliss Champion Moseley flies a Verville-Packard 600 132 miles at 156.54 mph to […]

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Israel Kicks Off Air Force Manuvers

Israel Kicks Off Air Force Manuvers

The largest aerial manoeuvre ever held in Israel began Sunday, with the participation of 60 aircraft from four countries. Code-named “Blue Flag,” the exercise includes seven combat squadrons from the Israeli Air Force and one squadron each from the air forces of the U.S., Greece and Italy. The Polish air force was also scheduled to […]
World’s Longest Flights End Today

World’s Longest Flights End Today

The world’s longest nonstop commercial flight ended without fanfare Monday after Singapore Airlines (SIA) flew its last nearly 19-hour service from New York. Flight SQ 21 landed early Monday in Changi Airport, bringing an end to a nine-year run. A direct service to Los Angeles has also been cancelled as part of a fleet renewal. “Food […]

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Reno Air Races in Fight to Survive

Reno Air Races in Fight to Survive

The Reno National Championship Air Races must raise pledges of $500,000 by Dec. 15 in order to meet operational costs in 2014 and keep the one-of-a-kind event alive, organizers said. They said they’ve had to reduce full-time staff from seven to five employees and cut wages and benefits for remaining workers because of financial struggles […]
More Tours Offered on JFK’s Jet

More Tours Offered on JFK’s Jet

It’s one of the most historic artifacts associated with that fateful day and it’s on display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force. Museum officials say as you walk through SAM 26000, it’s a walk through history. According to the museum’s website, It’s the acronym for Special Air Mission 26000, Kennedy’s Air Force […]
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