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Thunder Over Michigan Airshow draws thousands - The Detroit News | Thousands of people turned out Sunday at Willow Run Airport to see the airplane pilots perform jaw-dropping stunts and both new and historic aviation at the Thunder Over Michigan Airshow. When Kevin Watkins attended Eastern Michigan University,...

WWII planes roar again at Yankee Air Museum air show - Detroit Free Press | "That's what makes this show special every year -- the number of planes they bring in from all over," Dabrowski, 70, said as he watched Thunder Over Michigan, the annual air show sponsored by the Yankee Air Museum. The two-day show resumes 10 a.m.-5...

Great New England Air Show wraps up - WWLP 22News | CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) - The last plane has landed and the show is over at Westover Air Reserve Base, but what a fun and successful weekend it was attracting more than 200000 visitors during this weekend. The fifth heat wave of the summer still ...

Jon Melby & Melissa Pemberton Aerobatics from TAKEOFF TUBE  | Melissa Pemberton and Jon Melby wowed the crowds during the Great Park Air Show as they performed a dual aerobatic routine in the skys above the former El Toro Marine Corps Airbase. Jon and Melissa allowed...

Canadian SkyHawks Parachute Team joins line-up for Ninth Annual Atlantic City Airshow “Thunder Over The Boardwalk” from Atlantic City Plugged In | Once again making the Atlantic City Airshow “Thunder Over The Boardwalk” an international show, the Canadian Skyhawks Parachute Team have joined the current line-up of American military and civilian pilots.  The SkyHawks have proudly represented Canada for 40 years showcasing the professionalism, dedication and teamwork it takes to be a part of the Canadian Forces. Their exciting and thrilling performance will be performed at over 30 events across North America including Atlantic City’s Airshow. Last year’s international team was the Brazilian Esquadrilha da Fumaca or “Smoke Squadron” team....

The performance of the Tricolour Arrows in Senigallia - PHOTOS and VIDEOS - Senigallianotizie.it | Everything to make a backdrop to the long-awaited Tricolour Arrows, who gave a fine display in the sky over Senigallia, competing in all the acrobatic best known, with large tricolor, hearts and flowers drawn in the air, for a show ...

The Patrouille de France Varetz Sunday - France 3 | This is a birthday and especially a tribute which was celebrated throughout the weekend in Varetz in Corr├Ęze. Tribute to the pioneers of aviation, who in 1912 participated in Correze on the site a major air show. 30 000 people had...

Eastbourne airshow fundraising spectator plea - BBC News | Up to 500000 people attend the event, which claims to be the world's biggest free seafront airshow in the world. Marco Giorgi, of Eastbourne Hospitality Association, wants people to donate £1 to help fund the show which has previously struggled ...

Racing pilot shares airplane with locals - Enterprise-Record | Phillipson, 33, spent a good portion of Saturday at the Chico Air Museum to show his plane named Outrageous, a Formula 1 plane he leased to compete in the National Championship Air races in Reno from Sept. 12-16. The Cassutt home-built plane with a ...

Sporty’s reaches another milestone from General Aviation News by Janice Wood | Every Saturday, rain or shine, summer or winter since 1992, Sporty's local and transient customers gather for free hot dogs at noon. The only change is whether the hot dogs are served inside or outside. A few days before EAA AirVenture 2012 began, Sporty's served its 200,000 hot dog to Ian Seager, publisher of the British aviation magazine Flyer. Seager had flown his Cessna 182 across the Atlantic and made a stop at Clermont County/Sporty's Airport (I69) on his way to AirVenture in Oshkosh.

Colombian DC-3 Daredevil Pilots from TAKEOFF TUBE | Colombian DC-3 Daredevil Pilots brave one of the world's most perilous air routes to deliver supplies, passengers and goods to villagers deep in the heart of Amazon.

Handley Page V/1500 with folded wings from Planeshots

The story behind this stunning B-1 photo: “RAMA 81 Heavy” across the pond from David Cenciotti's weblog | It shows a B-1B as it crosses the Atlantic Ocean on its way to Dyess Air Force Base, Texas. The aircraft (#85-0064) had taken off from RAF Mildenhall as “Rama 81 Heavy” along with Quid 63, an accompanying tanker of the local-based 100th Air Refueling Wing....

Underwater wreckage could provide answer to missing-plane mystery - CNN | Divers will be working this weekend to see if debris found on the ocean floor of St. Augustine, Florida, is from a plane missing for 16 years.

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