Thursday, May 19, 2011

Indy Transponder 19-MAY-2011 0930z

Angels invading Lynchburg airspace this weekend - Lynchburg News and Advance | It's been nearly 30 years since Lynchburg has hosted an air show. The schedule promises hours of entertainment of many stripes both Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm at the Lynchburg Regional Airport. Organizers anticipate as many as 25000 ...

New River air show dazzles spectators - Camp Lejeune Globe | Members of the Canadian Forces Snowbirds fly in formation during the 2011 Sounds of Freedom Air Show aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River, May 14. Neal Darnell, driver of the Flash Fire Jet Truck, revs his engine before speeding down the flight ...

Red Arrows' bid to relocate to RAF Waddington facing six-month delay - This is Lincolnshire | DOUBT has been cast on plans to move the Red Arrows aerobatic display team to RAF Waddington. The team, currently based at RAF Scampton, near Lincoln, had been due to relocate to a custom-built home at RAF Waddington in July...

Red Arrow proud of his Warwickshire roots - Leamington Observer | Buy photos» Jon Egging, proud to be a member of the Red Arrows. In the formation on the right Jon flies as 'Red 4', to the far right of the diamond in the world famous display team. (s) THE WORLD FAMOUS RAF Red Arrows have a new member this year ...

Plane crash grounds RAAF Roulettes - Sydney Morning Herald | Two pilots remain in hospital after a crash which has grounded the Royal Australian Air Force's aerobatic display squadron, the Roulettes. The RAAF does not know what caused a PC-9A plane to crash at the East Sale base in Gippsland and has grounded its ...

Blues, Blue Ridge, and the Commercial Checkride Looms – Airspeed Online | I'm almost decompressed from the weekend. Saturday at Indy, I was invited to head over to Indianapolis International for an interview with CDR Dave Koss, Boss of the Blue Angels. They had lined up an F-4U Corsair, an FM-2 Wildcat, and an F/A-18D Hornet (Blue Angel jet No. 7) on the ramp as a backdrop highlighting the Centennial of Naval Aviation ("CONA" for short)…

Private Tanker Crashes In California  from AVwebFlash Current Issue | Three crew somehow escaped serious injury when their fully loaded Boeing 707 tanker crashed and burned on takeoff from NAS Point Mugu in California late Wednesday afternoon. The airframe is obviously a writeoff. The aircraft was one of two 707-300 passenger aircraft converted to tankers owned by Omega Air Refueling, which has been contracted to the Navy and the Marines for inflight refueling for seven years. The company also has a DC-10-40 converted to a flying filling station…

Omega Air 707 Tanker crashes at Point Mugu Navel Air Station from Aero Pacific Flightlines by Michael Carter - A Boeing 707 military tanker plane with three people onboard crashed and burst into flames at the Point Mugu naval air base in Ventura County on Wednesday, fire officials said. The three passengers escaped with minor injuries… 

Aviation Heritage Park has new Plane Coming to Bowling Green – WBKO | Aviation Heritage Park has a new plane coming to Bowling Green, to honor a local hero. The park has acquired a NASA T-38, in honor of Russellville native, Terry Wilcutt. Wilcutt is a NASA astronaut, commanding two space shuttle missions. ...

B-17 Bomber Lands In The Northstate - KRCRTV.COM | A World War Two B-17 Bomber flew into the Redding Airport as a Salute To Veterans everywhere. The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) is touring the country with the B-17 to give people the opportunity to tour it on the ground as well as fly in it. ...

Today in Aviation History – May 19  from Calgary Recreational and Ultralight Flying Club by bikeal

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