Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Indy Trransponder 15-April 1208z

Rocket league schedules Las Cruces race Las Cruces Sun-News, NM - Exhibition races are also planned for Nevada at the Reno National Championship Air Races in September and for Aviation Nation, held at Nellis Air Force Base ...

RED ARROWS MAY TARGET MOVE TO WALES Lincolnshire Echo, UK - Speculation about the RAF Scampton-based aerobatic team's future has been rife for the last four years. But now Tim Ripley, an aviation specialist at ...

Council chips in extra support for air show fire protection Lethbridge Herald, Canada - By Lethbridge Herald The Alberta International Air Show is a go for the last weekend in July, with additional support from the City of Lethbridge pledged ...

ND aviator launched famous trip 80 years ago today Jamestown Sun, ND ... store owner whose grandfather, Fred Wimmer, fashioned medals in the 1920s to commemorate Eielson’s exploits, worries the aviator’s legend may fade. ...

Wellington Aero Club open day from Rodney's Aviation Ramblings by Rodne - This is just a notice that the Wellington Aero Club will be having an open day this Saturday, 19 April 2008. We'll have a range of aircraft available, including all of our own fleet, plus visitors from Vincent Aviation, Air New Zealand, Lifeflight, the RNZAF and others. If past events are anything to go by, this should be an excellent day and a fantastic opportunity for the community to come and see what we get up to and what we can offer. This site (c) Rodney Maas, All Rights Reserved Please contact me at "BlogRequests (at) flying.geek.nz" if you wish to use any content from this Blog.

Bell Helicopter Featured at Newseum from Skycontrol by alain - When the Newseum opens April 11, a Bell helicopter will be there to greet patrons. In fact, Bell Helicopter has a long history with electronic news gathering and has donated a 206B, painted in the style of the NBC 5 chopper, to the Newseum, a 250,000-square-foot museum of news located in Washington D.C. It's the only newsgathering helicopter on display there.

Top 100 Teams Qualify For World’s Largest Rocket Contest from Skycontrol by alain - Arlington, Va. – Countless hours spent designing, hand-building and testing model rockets has paid off for 100 teams that will be vying for the sixth annual Team American Rocketry Challenge national title next month. The Aerospace Industries Association announced the finalists for the world’s largest rocket contest Friday. A complete list of the qualifying teams is available at www.rocketcontest.org. The teams will meet at Great Meadow in The Plains, Va., on May 17 for a final fly-off and a chance to win more than $60,000 in scholarships and other prizes. About 7,000 students on 643 teams from 43 states and the District of Columbia took part in the qualifying rounds of competition. AIA President and CEO Marion Blakey said the participating middle and high school students once again proved themselves to be both enthusiastic and creative, an encouraging sign as the aerospace industry faces a looming workforce shortage.

Award for boss of Coventry Air Museum Coventry Telegraph, UK - THE chairman of a Coventry air museum has been honoured with a special award celebrating excellence and innovation. Barry James from Baginton's Midland Air ...

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