Glacier Girl: The Back Story from Air & Space Magazine
Hemet Ryan Air Show 2009 - Menifee Live, CA
Mark your calendars for May 30, 2009 for a day of fun in the sun from 9am-3pm. They are expecting over 30000 attendees so make sure you bring your lawn chair, (sunscreen and hat) as seating will be limited. 10:20 Frank Donnelly with Dr. D's Old-Time ...
Air station starts work on Air Show 2010 - Hilton Head Island Packet, SC
The air station usually hosts the air show every other year but has postponed it if the Blue Angels don't include Beaufort on their schedule. "They'll be invited back," said Gunnery Sgt. Chad McMeen, air station spokesman. "They're an integral part of ...
Weather dampens turnout here for AirFest - Daily Iberian, LA
BY JIM MUSTIAN Sinister skies scared off spectators Sunday from the inaugural Acadiana AirFest, event coordinators said, but those in attendance still were treated to an impressive lineup of stunts. The two-day event drew to a close Sunday amid ...
Officials still assessing air show crowds - Havelock News
Organizers of the Cherry Point Air Show believe attendance at the event was "better than average," despite rain that affected the flying schedule all three ...
RACE ANALYSIS FROM SAN DIEGO - Pilot review from second race of 2009
Nicolas Ivanoff (1st) was sensational in the air today, showing just how good he can be when he’s fully focused on the track. A penalty-free run in the Final 4 and two record-shattering times for the Frenchman close to the 1:17 mark saw Ivanoff on the top of the podium and 12 points richer. Only his second career victory, Ivanoff was getting the most from his new Edge 540.
ON TO WINDSOR - Ivanoff narrows Arch's lead with stirring San Diego win
Nicolas Ivanoff jumped ahead of Paul Bonhomme into second place in the Red Bull Air Race World Championship with his stirring victory over the British ace in San Diego on May 9/10 and the red-hot Frenchman will be looking to move ahead of championship leader Hannes Arch of Austria in the third race of the season in Windsor, Canada on June 13/14.
Take a Flight in a B-17 Bomber - KSFY, SD
By Chuck Harmer "Liberty Belle," the most recently restored World War II Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress took to the skies for the first time in Sioux Falls this afternoon. Chris Tuckfield is a 747 Captain for United Airlines but on this day he was flying ...
Mustang P-51D part 2 from AeroHub by admin
The North American Aircraft P-51D…how did it achieve its superlative range-flying efficiency? PART TWO of an investigative essay by Mike Feeney of Hamilton, New Zealand. (If anyone has not received PART ONE, please just ask me for it at...
Vintage planes to be displayed at dance - FayObserver.com, NC
Yerrick, who lives in Columbia, SC, is chief pilot for the Carolinas Wing of the Commemorative Air Force. He flew Apache helicopters during his career as an Army pilot. “That was a blast,” he said. “But I like the old airplanes...
Flight Instruction Hits Flight Line Internet Radio from http://www.prcompass.com/
Flight Line Internet Radio is pleased to offer the global listening audience content from one of the most popular flight instructors in the country, Jason Miller and his program "The Finer Points". About The Finer Points of Flying: Hosted by accomplished flight instructor and professional musician, Jason Miller, The Finer Points blends straight-forward fundamentals of flight instruction with the charm and levity injected by on-point storytelling and music. The series has won critical acclaim from viewers and many of the nation's aviation luminaries alike for its use of captivating video, motion graphics, and computer animation to convey concepts from a wide and varied range of aeronautical subjects in an enjoyable and easily comprehended way. From coaching on crosswind landings to explanations of challenging meteorological conditions and everything in between, the online video series and its companion series of podcasts are veritable online guides to both specific questions and thematic concerns facing student pilots, pilots wanting to be better and safer, and aviation enthusiasts eager for readily available, inexpensive and in-depth aviation education resources.
Airspeed Video Teaser from Airspeed by Stephen Force (Steve Tupper)
So Will Hawkins of Wilco Films and A Pilot's Story has begun to create a monster. Namely me. Will gave me a quick tutorial on Final Cut last night and I've now had a chance to integrate some of the video I've been shooting into a teaser for future Airspeed episodes. The first will likely be the coverage of the T-6A Texan II ride at Randolph AFB last week. But I'll also try to load in bits of video from other experiences this summer and try to do at least a couple of bits of aerobatic video. Stay tuned as Airspeed just gets better and better!
Mike’s Mystery Machine. # 07. May, 2009 from AeroHub by admin
A series from Mike Feeney of Hamilton, New Zealand, (my desk is located at 37, 46′, 45.51″ South….175, 14′, 22.44″ East, at 141 feet above sea level; should you ever feel like circling overhead and waggling your wings. Do not land in large adjacent school playing fields) in which we continue our study of historical aircraft which are generally little known, or completely unknown, to many with an interest in matters aeronautical, but under the age of perhaps 40 or even 50. I tend to select aircraft which, at least to myself, have a particularly interesting technical and/or historically significant aspect to them…
The Parachute That Killed Its Inventor [Man Vs Machine] from Gizmodo by Adam Frucci
On February 4th 1912 Franz Reichelt attempted to test his latest invention — a parachute jacket — at the Eiffel Tower. He donned his apparatus and tentatively stepped to the edge of the viewing deck…
Flying the Gulfstream G1 around... from Airline Pilot Central Forums by eersfanpilot
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Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Glacier Girl: The Back Story from Air & Space Magazine