Thursday, September 10, 2009

Indy Transponder 10-SEP-09 1030z

Air show draws big crowds -
There were more than 100,000 spectators on hand over the weekend for the Cleveland National Air Show. Unfortunately, the final performance of the Air Force ...

Fly High At The Winston-Salem Air Show - WFMY News 2
Winston-Salem, NC -- Just when the kids thought the summer fun was over....take them to the Winston-Salem Air Show! You'll be treated to the high flying ...

Sept. 19 Fly-In For Air Fans - Bristol Herald Courier
... planes hovering above Interstate 81 in Southwest Virginia, you might consider the Mountain Empire Pilots Association's Fifth Annual Fly-In. On Sept. ...

Gala USO Salute - Minot Daily News
The Gala USO Salute takes place at the Dakota Territory Air Museum, located off 34th Avenue north of the ...

Spirit of North Weald Fly-in Sunday 13 September from PPRuNe Forums by Rallye Driver

Cindy Farmer Gets an Aerobatic Ride-Along - My Fox 8
Major John Klatt, an aerobatic pilot from the Air National Guard, took Cindy up in the air during his practice run for the Winston-Salem Air Show. ...

French, Swiss, USA Teams Lead In Annual Balloon Race from AVwebFlash Current Issue
The annual Gordon Bennett balloon race, the premier event in the small world of gas ballooning, launched in Geneva, Switzerland, last Saturday, with 16 teams competing. With online tracking of each team now available, the competition can be watched by a worldwide audience. The race rules are simple -- whoever lands at a point farthest from the takeoff site, wins. The following year's race then is hosted in the winner's country. By Wednesday, all the teams had landed safely. Preliminary results list a French team in first place, followed by the Swiss, and the U.S. coming in third. Most of the balloons drifted south over the Mediterranean before catching winds that brought them west over Spain and Portugal. Three teams landed in Algeria, on the northern coast of Africa.

Work continues on Fifi - Odessa American
“By next year this time, hopefully we'll have her ready to fly for the Airsho,” Autumn Esparza CAF Director of membership and marketing said. ...

Glacier Girl in California « from Google Blog Search: Glacier Girl by P-38
We can't help but be pretty stoked to know that there will be three P‑38s in Chino in the next few days — 23 Skidoo, the Allied Fighters P‑38 and now Glacier Girl. It doesn't get much better than that! ...

Glacier Girl Heading to Fallon NAS from P38assn by P-38
We’ve received word that Glacier Girl has left Chino and is heading to Fallon, NV. Our understanding is that she will be viewable there until Friday, when she leaves for the Sacramento air show. We don’t have the contact info there, and when I tried to reach Fallon’s website I received a security error — so [...]

WASP Eleanor Collins Faust flies again from You Fly, Girl by Cathy Gale
A video interview from - - Eleanor Collins Faust, a former WASP during World War II, talks about becoming a pilot and takes a short trip in a bi-plane. Videographer: Ed Betz - Watch it. Enjoy it!

Lexington World War II vet stays in touch with French girl who ... - Milford Daily News
This B-17 model is made to look like The Black Swan, the plane Verne Woods was piloting when he was shot down. By Meghan B. Kelly On New Year's Eve 1943, ...

Things to do… - The Buckeye Lake Beacon
Young Eagles flights - Newark Heath Airport, Heath. Nearly 1.5 million kids have received free airplane rides, and yours could be next. ...

On This Day in Aviation History: September 10th by Phil Derner Jr.

NAS Fort Worth from FenceCheck Forums - F-35 - Wait and wait...then the moment comes...and so does a cloud and then the camera is on the wrong settings...rats.

United States - Wisconsin - EAA AirVenture 2009 - Oshkosh - 07/27/09 from FenceCheck Forums

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