Sunday, November 1, 2009

Indy Transponder 01-NOV-09 11:30z

The Razorback Chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association hosted a fly-in and car show that attracted the young and the old. ...

A place where old wheels spin and vintage wings fly - The News Journal
GEORGETOWN -- Following signs noting the availability of rides on the local North American B-25 ...

Meyer Muse: Blue Angels Homecoming Air Show Near Gulf Shores by Sarah Kuzma
My recommendation for a resort destination during the Blue Angels Air Show weekend is Meyer Real Estate's luxurious condos on beautiful Perdido Key, Florida located near the Naval Air Station. You're in luck since there is still a 50% ...

Wings of Freedom -
“I'd love to fly in that P-51,” Johnson, 99, said by phone from her office as airport manager of Moore-Murrell Airport in Morristown, Tenn. ...

Flagging Asterix is past his use-by date, critics fear - The Australian
... an exhibition at the prestigious Cluny Museum in Paris and a fly-past by la Patrouille de France, the French equivalent of the Red Arrows.

Capitol Air Show Gala – September 12, 2009 Senior Magazine by Tia Gemmell
This years Capitol Air Show Featured California's flying elete. Thousands of spectators enjoyed Arial Acrobats, and vintage aircraft, along with meeting talented pilots and Veterans. Those who turned out also enjoyed Fantastic food and ...

HCTV - Nov. 2-8 - Hudson Hub-Times
Following is a special segment "Remembering Doolittle's Raiders" who bombed Tokyo in World War II. On Monday, the Hudson Rotary Club presents Hudson City ...

Tom Hennessy: Amelia's career had Long Beach roots - Contra Costa Times
Barely out of her teens, she became smitten with aviation in Long Beach when she paid $10 to be a passenger in a 10-minute flight. ...

Friends remember June Maule - Moultrie Observer
She has been awarded the Katharine Wright Memorial Award, was inducted into the Women in Aviation International Hall of Fame and was Colquitt County's Woman ...

Woman was quite an ace - Meriden Record-JournalPatrons may be drawn to the women's air museum by Earhart's fame - and the recent movie "Amelia" - but Mullee hopes people will come to recognize the other ...

50 years of the "new" Wellington International Airport... from Rodney's Aviation Ramblings by Rodney
Wellington International Airport held it's 50th anniversary open day today. It's been 50 years since the "new" airport was opened, although as I noted above, Wellington Aero Club has been operating off this same site for much longer than that…

Bus Av Now Blog Article by Benet Wilson
Attendees will get to see behind the scenes at two aviation movies, "A Pilot's Story" and "Amelia." The Plane Talking blog offers some cool video footage of the Icon A5, the two-seat single engine amphibious airplane that can fold up to ...

November issue of Heartland Warrior now available from Grissom Air Reserve Base, Ind. - Grissom Headlines by
The November edition of the Heartland Warrior is now available. The official E-Paper of the 434th Air Refueling Wing includes eight pages of stories, photos and features on the units, people and organizations of Grissom ARB. Top stories include: President signs 2010 defense act, Volunteerism alive and well at Grissom, Airmen train for upcoming inspection, Recruiter focuses on Air Reserve Technicians and Maintainers preserve history at air museum. To read this issue of the Heartland Warrior, click
here. more...

Videos of Armadillo boosted hops from RLV and Space Transport News
As I
noted below, Matthew Ross has posted a split screen video of Saturday's 1128' boosted hop: 2009_10_31_boosted_hop.wmv. Sure hope Mod survives as it climbs higher and higher. I can't get enough of these flight videos.

On This Day in Aviation History: November 1st by Matt Molnar

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