Blue Angels attract huge crowd - Dateline Alabama, AL
Spectators watch the US Navy Blue Angels perform at the Tuscaloosa Regional Airport on Saturday. By Wayne Grayson Staff Writer Organizers knew the Tuscaloosa Regional Air Show would be big, just not this big. ...
Airshow delayed because of weather; officials keep an eye on ... - Tuscaloosa News, ALShow draws all eyes to sky - SunHerald.com, USA
Today’s airshow has been delayed by weather and city officials are monitoring visibility to gauge whether the planes can fly at all this afternoon. “Some of the planes can fly at 1000 feet,” said Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox this afternoon. ...
By MARY PEREZ - email@example.com BILOXI — The Thunder on the Bay air show at Keesler Air Force Base on Saturday drew the expected 70000 people and then some. There was a report that people were turned away because the crowd was so large. ...
Awe at the AirFest - MyFox Tampa Bay, FL
TAMPA - The 2009 MacDill Air Force Base AirFest welcomed a crowd of 75000 people Saturday, and spectators got to see planes twist, turn and tumble through some amazing stunts. "I don't know how risky it really is, but it looks risky from down here," ...
WAC Open Day 2009 Coverage from Rodney's Aviation Ramblings
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- WAC Open Day 2009 #9: Sounds Air
- WAC Open Day 2009 #8: Odds and Sods
- WAC Open Day 2009 #7: Rescue Helicopter and Air Am...
- WAC Open Day 2009 #6: Royal New Zealand Air Force
- WAC Open Day 2009 #5: Airport Fire Service
- WAC Open Day 2009 #4: Warbirds
- WAC Open Day 2009 #3: Wellington Aero Club
- WAC Open Day 2009 #2: Vincent Aviation
- WAC Open Day 2009 #1: Introduction
A group of Czechoslovakian war planes, Yak-21s, will fly in formation, and two past Australian aerobatic champions will be among the pilots delivering aerobatic displays through the day. A modified sedan will race a Pitts special aerobatic plane, ...
Wings over Whiteman returns June 6 - digitalBURG.com, MO
The airshow, which features the B-2 and the A-10 Thunderbolt II as well as other civilian and military aircraft, is free and open to the public. In the past, the event has featured airshows, static displays of the aircraft and booths showcasing ...
FAI and the Red Bull Air Race 2009 from AeroHub by Tim Fastnedge
The Red Bull Air Race World Championship features the world’s best race pilots in an airsports competition that combines speed, precision and skill.
Using the fastest, most agile and lightweight racing planes, pilots navigate a low-level aerial track made up of air-filled pylons, flying at speeds reaching 370 km/h (230 mph) while withstanding forces of up to 12g. ...
English air museum seeks identity of WWII worker in Akron - Akron Beacon Journal
One such plane has been restored to its original condition at the Fleet Air Arm Museum in the English village of Yeovilton, Somerset.
Steve Hinton from www.aafo.com
Great interview clip
P-38 Lightning - Latest News on the P-38 Lightning WWII Fighter Plane from p38assn.org
We've been a bit overwhelmed with the amount of new information coming our way this month. ...
Evan flies - Greg Colyer from evanflys.com
My friend Greg Colyer is a really great guy. He took my dad and I on a cool tour of the Air Traffic Control Center in Fremont which was amazing. Then about a month later we went up to meet him at the incredible Davis Flight Support where he keeps his T-33 called "Ace Maker". I got to check out that amazing airplane. Then we went for a ride in his Decathlon and we did some aerobatics, I got to fly most of the time, and I did the landing! He's a CFI and said I flew really well! (How cool is that?!)
After that, we sat down and I got an interview with him. I hope you like it!
US Air Force museum makes bid for space shuttle - WTOL
The US Air Force museum in Ohio is making a bid to land 1 of NASA's space shuttles after the fleet is retired in late 2010.
Vought V-173 / XF5U-1 Flying Flapjack Info from www.daveswarbirds.com
One of the most unusual aircraft ever designed for the U.S. Navy was the Chance Vought V-173, also known as the Zimmerman "Flying Pancake". It was a prototype "proof of concept" aircraft that lacked wings, instead relying on its flat circular body to provide the lifting surface ...
Aviation Day offers Hands-on Learning - WOWK, WV
BRIDGEPORT -- Activities to encourage young people interested in a career in aviation was held in Bridgeport Saturday morning. Members with the Civil Air Patrol and Experimental Aircraft Association gave free aircraft orientation instruction. ...
There's life in the old daredevil yet: 97-year-old man skydives from 10,000ft from Amazing Facts
A 97-year-old daredevil, believed to be Britain's oldest skydiver, jumped from an aircraft yesterday.
George Moyse and his grandson Edward Brewer, 43, leapt from a plane flying at 10,000ft with their instructors at the Netheravon Airfield in Wiltshire.
For the first 5,000ft, they made a freefall at nearly 120mph before their parachute released and they enjoyed a more tranquil descent - landing safely on Salisbury Plain. ...
Firefighting DC-10 available to lease from Flight Image of the Day by Barbara Cockburn
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