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Friends, if you haven't heard it, check out my interview with renowned Concorde expert and Retired Captain John Hutchinson about Why Air France Really Stopped Flying the Concorde via
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Airplanista Jan 15
Incredibly cool photo here. Yes, night flying is very nice, but if only VFR, a few important hours of IFR training will serve you well when no horizon is the result of a lot of black nothing in the windscreen. Must trust your instruments and know your airplane well.
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No Plane No Gain Jan 15
Business aviation brings major economic benefits to communities across the country. Tell us how in your community.
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Air Facts Journal Jan 15
Mast bumping is the scourge of Robinson helicopters, except over the past 5 years there have been zero fatal mast bumping accidents in the US.
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NYCAviation Jan 15
We have lots of content for you today. The accident predates our Twitter accounts by about 6 months, but here is the thread:
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Flying Magazine Jan 15
Pretty nice landing for a whale I'd say ...
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Honda Aircraft Co. Jan 15
The pinnacle of luxury and performance.
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Flying Magazine Jan 15
Who on earth would let these kids pilot that fancy two motor airplane ... I wonder?
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James Heath Jan 14
Upon advice from my local NATCA leadership I’ve taken down my previous rant. I and the rest of my colleagues will keep showing up and overcoming adversity to maintain the safest national airspace system in the world despite having little to no support staff and not being paid.
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Flying Magazine Jan 13
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Flying Magazine Jan 13
Ah ... maybe a bit more altitude though ...
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Flying Magazine Jan 13
Let's see ... how many days til AirVenture?
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Jon Ostrower Jan 12
.4X + 105,000 = 2X. Solve for X for the thrust rating on the other 3 CF6s on the GE 747 testbed.
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John Kosak Jan 12
Meteorologists have enough fun predicting the weather. Its impacts are the responsibility of those other independent organizations. Working in aviation, I can tell you that every airline reacts differently to each weather event, just to make things interesting.
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Air Facts Journal Jan 12
We’ve read this headline 100 times before, but some day it will be true. Will electric airplanes benefit?
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Flying Magazine Jan 13
Definitely on. Who wants to see a conflict resolution with one of these guys?
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Adam Fast Jan 12
I had no idea was doing a YouTube series on the D-Day C-47 they're rushing to have ready for the 75th D-Day Anniversary - thanks for letting us follow along Mikey!
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