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P-51 Mustang: John Landers and “Big Beautiful Doll”

Magnificent Pain: The Art of the Sukhoi 31

F/A-18 Hornet: a Dynasty in the Making

Treasures from the Deep — The USS Lexington gives up its Secrets

he A-10 Warthog Has No Warts

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Lancaster Finds New Home in Alberta

Lancaster Finds New Home in Alberta

A rare Avro Lancaster bomber that was a significant part of the Canadian effort in the Second World War is making Edmonton its new home. The wartime bomber had been on display for more than 50 years in Edmunston, N.B., close to the Quebec border, but corrosion started taking its toll. Although local supporters tried […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1896 – Birth of Otto Jindra, Austro-Hungrian World War I flying ace who, post-war, became a Czechoslovakian citizen and was instrumental in raising, and commanding, a Czechoslovakian air arm. 1937 – Emilio Casco flies the human-powered aircraft Pedaliante more than half a mile outside Milan, Italy. 1952 – A pair of U.S. Air Force Republic […]

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Indian Su-30MKI Engine Failures Continue

Indian Su-30MKI Engine Failures Continue

The Sukhoi Su-30MKI, the most powerful and modern fighter jets in Indian Air Force’s stable, has been hit by mid-air engine failures. Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said in Parliament today that as many as 35 instances of engine failures were reported in 2013-14 – that’s nearly three a month. In all, there are 69 instances […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1911 – The Curtiss D pusher-engined biplane, with a tricycle landing gear is demonstrated to the U.S. Army; it later becomes Army Aeroplane No.2. 1957 – A Douglas C-47A Skytrain  named “Mt. Pinatubo” crashes on the slopes of Mount Manunggal in Cebu, Philippines; killed are Philippine President Ramon Magsaysay and 24 others. 1963 – Death […]

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Boeing Rolls Out First S.C.-Built 787-9

Boeing Rolls Out First S.C.-Built 787-9

Boeing has delivered the first 787-9 Dreamliner assembled at its North Charleston, S.C., facility to United Airlines. The airplane also marks a milestone for the 787 program as the 250th Dreamliner to be delivered. “In 2012, we delivered our first South Carolina-built 787-8, and less than three years later, we’re celebrating another significant milestone – our first […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1918 – Death of Llewelyn Crichton Davies, Welsh World War I flying ace, from injuries sustained after the crash of his Airco DH.4 three days earlier. 1937 – First flight of the Fokker G.I (replica shown), a Dutch twin-engined fighter comparable in size and role to the German Messerschmitt Bf 110 and the de Havilland […]

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Airlander 10 Set for First Flight

Airlander 10 Set for First Flight

A massive, lightweight airship that is referred to as the “world’s largest aircraft” is getting ready to launch. The Airlander 10, which was developed by UK-based company Hybrid Air Vehicles will hopefully be hitting the skies sometime later this year In February, the International Business Times reported the airship was undergoing engine tests, and the company […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1895 – Birth of Joseph Eskel Hallonquist, Canadian World War I flying ace. 1922 – Portuguese pilots Capt. Gago Coutinho and Capt. Sacadura Cabral leave Lisbon to attempt the first crossing of the South Atlantic by air. 1977 – Death of Gerhard Bassenge, German World War I flying ace and World War II high-ranking officer. 1992 – Two Boeing B-52 Stratofortresses of the […]

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Italy Completes First Foreign-Built F-35

Italy Completes First Foreign-Built F-35

The first joint strike fighter assembled outside the U.S. rolled off an assembly line in Italy on Thursday, Lockheed Martin said in a statement. The aircraft, designated AL-1, was the first of eight aircraft being assembled at the final assembly and check out (FACO) facility at Cameri Air Base in northern Italy. AL-1 is due […]
On This Day in Aviation History

On This Day in Aviation History

1914 – First flight of the Curtiss Model J (shown), an American biplane prototype that became the basis for the Curtiss Jenny series. 1918 – John Stanley Chick, Welsh World War I fighter ace, and his observer, Percy Douglas, drive down out of control a German observation plane and a quartet of Fokker Dr.I fighters on a single […]
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