Saturday, April 4, 2009

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Go inside a B-25 bomber - Dateline Alabama, AL
It will be on display Saturday and Sunday during the Tuscaloosa Air Show at the Tuscaloosa Municipal Airport. By Doug Ray, Editor The Pacific Prowler, a restored World War II B-25 bomber, climbed over Tuscaloosa this morning in advance of this ...

Montreal hopes to bring the Red Bull Air Race to the city in Aug. 2010. Any fans from Montreal out there?

EFA President, Michael Goulian: In The News from Smoke-On by Tom
Executive Flyers Aviation (Bedford, MA) president, Michael Goulian is well known in the aviation industry not only as a flight school owner, but also as an expert air show and air race pilot. In his 15+ years in the air show industry and now 4 years on the Red Bull Air Race circuit, he has [...]

The Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), the apex body which governs the emirate’s tourism industry, has signed a new three-year deal to host the Red Bull Air Race World Championship from 2009 to 2011. Read More - - - -

The next stop for the Horsemen will be the "South Texas Shootout" at NAS Corpus Christi. In a special twist, the Horsemen will be flying a different kind of steed as a salute to Naval Aviation.
Who's on Tap at Corpus?

Ace airshow set for summer return from Flightline UK - UK Airshow News by Flightline UK
SWANSEA’S skies will be sizzling with activity this summer thanks to the return of the Wales National Airshow to the city. Swansea Council is teaming up with the Royal Air Force, the Army and the Navy to organise two days of jaw-dropping entertainment on Saturday July 11 and Sunday July 12. The event will be held along the promenade and across Swansea Bay with ground displays, trade stands and funfairs starting at the Civic Centre and running along the coast towards Mumbles…

Military Vehicle Show - Falcon Field from Military Photos by JJB1970
I attended a military vehicle show last weekend at the Arizona Wing of the CAF. I went on Sunday morning--which wasn't as busy as Saturday--but there were a still few vehicles there…

Meetings to provide info on spaceport job opportunities - Las Cruces Sun-News, NM
Spaceport America has been working with aerospace firms such as Virgin Galactic, Lockheed Martin, Rocket Racing Inc./Armadillo Aerospace, UP Aerospace, Microgravity Enterprises and Payload Specialties. The New Mexico Spaceport Authority currently ...

Aircraft company sponsors air museum - Loyalist College Pioneer, Canada
By Steve Pettibone Sponsorship: Harry Peterson, vice-president of Boeing International, speaks at the National Air Force Museum. Boeing donated $125000 to the museum, and the art gallery has been renamed the Boeing art gallery. ...

Second bomb scare for air museum - Cambridge Evening News, UK
A BOMB alert has closed parts of Duxford Air Museum for the second time in under two weeks. Department of Defence bomb disposal experts were called to the museum at around 3pm on Fridayafter contractors resurfacing part of the site’s roads found a ...

Benson and Brize 09-04-03 from PPRuNe Forums by hellwingaviation
Had a brilliant base visit in the morning with NVAT, despite the morning weather of which was horrible mist but then when we left benson what happened...Yes you guessed right it was glorious so off to brize we went:) I will put some more on tomorrow if you so wish...

F-4 low passage after take off from David Cenciotti's weblog - the most visited Italian Aviation Blog by David Cenciotti
A few days ago I’ve published a dramatic picture of a Tornado ECR perfoming a low level passage after take off from Cameri here Those who commented the picture have different opinions: some believe that maneuver was suicidal or at least too risky; others thinks that things like that are extremely funny. I too believe that kind of low passage is spectacular but that kind of +45° left turn performed a few meters above the tarmac after take off, is too dangerous. The turn is made towards a crowd that is watching and filming the show and this makes the maneuver even more risky…

Indiana Troops to Watch Air Space Over Iraq via WIBC News by By Joe Ulery
A group of Indiana-based soldiers is headed overseas to help control air space over Iraq. About 40 members of the National Guard's 238th Aviation Battalion Air Traffic System begins the first leg of their two-leg trip Saturday. The departure ceremony is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. The soldiers are headed to Fort Sill, Oklahoma for a short stay before heading to Iraq. Maj. General Martin Umbarger say...

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