Flight schools order 30 Cessna 172 Skyhawks

Textron Aviation announced two orders this week for a total of 30 of its Cessna piston monos. Twenty Cessna 172 Skyhawks will go to Sichuan Longhao Flight Training in China. It will use the high-wing planes, which will be delivered throughout 2022, for primary pilot training in southwest and central …

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Honda will develop the eVTOL aircraft

In addition to clean operation, eVTOL offers safety at a level equivalent to that of commercial passenger aircraft. Due to these characteristics, the race to develop eVTOL aircraft is becoming more and more vigorous. However, all-electric eVTOL aircraft face a range issue due to the limited battery capacity. Therefore, the …

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US Navy sold two veterans aircraft carriers for pennies

The US Navy has closed the sale of two aircraft carriers, USS Kitty Hawk and USS John F. Kennedy to a Texas-based shipbreaking company for one cent each, USA Today reported. Made from high quality metal, ships are a great resource for recycling. From tugs to military grade vessels, ships …

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EAATS holds groundbreaking ceremony for UH-60V

Brad Rhen for Joint Forces Headquarters – Pennsylvania National Guard | October 7, 2021 Estimated reading time 7 minutes, 56 seconds. The U.S. Army on Wednesday unveiled the latest variant of the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter, the UH-60V, in a ceremony at the Eastern National Guard aviation training site in …

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The Center has aviation in its blood

By ERWIN CHLANDA Great stories about flying can be heard all over Australia. But in The Alice, they include the first accounts of one of the world’s biggest airlines, Qantas. Before his cadets were jumbo captains, they battled the elements – heat, wind, dust, rain – in tiny single-engine planes, …

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Qantas repatriation flight sets aviation record

(CNN) – Australian airline Qantas has set a company record by making a single direct flight from Buenos Aires to the city of Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia. The flight repatriated 107 Australians and set two Qantas records: longest distance flown (15,020 km or 9,333 miles) and longest …

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NY 5G test network for unmanned aircraft

ALBANY, NY (WUTR / WFXV / WPNY / NEWS10) – On September 28, Governor Kathy Hochul announced that MITER Engenuity, an Open Generation 5G consortium, planned to install a 5G unmanned aircraft to test network systems in the Syracuse-Rome corridor, managed by New York Nuair-based non-profit organization. The organization provides …

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Great egret launches flight at golden sunrise in Grant County

Through Seattle Times Photo Producer Photographer: Paula Zanter-Stout Picture taken: September 4, 2021, at Lind Coulee Waterway, Grant County Photographer’s description: “With the morning mist rising from the warmer water against the cooler air at sunrise, I made my way to a nearby waterway which is particularly scenic and captured …

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On History Day – October 6 – Almanac

Today is Wednesday October 6, the 279th day of 2021 with 86 to follow. The moon is new. The morning stars are Jupiter, Neptune, Saturn and Uranus. The evening stars are Jupiter, Neptune, Saturn, Uranus and Venus. People born on this date are under the sign of Libra. They include …

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Skywest to Cut Flights to Salt Lake City

TWIN FALLS – Skywest Airlines has announced that it will reduce service for the Delta flight from the Magic Valley Regional Airport to Salt Lake City and vice versa to once a day for the winter. Part of the reasoning behind the schedule change is due to COVID and other …

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Barbie takes a weightless flight to inspire young girls

When people think of Barbie, they might imagine her standing at attention immaculately dressed – and not floating in a weightless flight. But the brand has teamed up with the European Space Agency (ESA) and its only active female astronaut to inspire young girls to consider science, technology, engineering and …

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A&M defense does not take off | Sports commentary

In the second quarter against Mississippi State, the crowd erupted into applause. The cheers were not in response to any football game. The “oops! Were in fact the result of a bird who made their home at Kyle Field in the eventual 26-22 loss to the Bulldogs. Not applauding the …

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Barbara Stevens obituary (2021) – San Diego, California

Barbara H. ‘Barb’ Stevens September 30, 1938 – September 14, 2021 San Diego Barbara “Barb” Stevens sadly passed away on September 14, 2021 at Palomar Hospital, with a compassionate nurse, Vickey Cassidy, by her side as the family was not allowed to attend. She suffered a short but fierce battle …

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How to find the best seat on the flight that’s right for you

Due to increased competition and a global pandemic, airline ticket prices are falling. And they are likely to remain so. Remember, however, that cheap fares like Anchorage-Seattle for $ 89 one-way are for Basic Economy seats (or Saver, on Alaska Airlines). Those who purchase these tickets are the last to …

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11 Affordable Luxury Sunglasses Worth Buying

We’re not sure exactly what it is – maybe it’s a residual effect of Paris Hilton – or Britney Spears from their iconic outings in the early 2000s – but there is something about sunglasses. sun that feels so celebrity. Of course, we may not all be pop stars or …

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North Korea claims new anti-aircraft missile launch

SEOUL, South Korea – North Korea said on Friday it had tested a new anti-aircraft missile, the fourth weapons launch in recent weeks which experts say is part of a strategy to secure sanctions relief and other concessions. South Korea, Japan and the United States generally publicly confirm North Korean …

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Hundreds of people visit the AOPA Aviator Showcase

Among the more unusual planes was the VL3 Evolution, a European two-seat carbon fiber sports plane. David Pauly, Alion Aviation’s Midwestern salesperson, flew it from Wichita, Kansas to Fort Worth for the event. The yellow and white plane was surrounded most of the day by curious people. Pauly said the …

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Here’s what’s happening in the Indian country: October 1

India’s Pueblo Cultural Center’s new hot air balloon, Eyahne On The Horizon, will take off for its first Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, which will take place October 2-10. (Photo / Linda Gray Photography) Indian Country takes on the sky, the stage and the taste buds for a week of events …

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Eager American Airlines Passengers Exit Plane … On Wing

An impatient American Airlines passenger couldn’t wait his turn to get out of the plane and instead opened the emergency exit and left through the wing. But he didn’t go far … Man exits American Airlines 737MAX via wing in Miami The incident happened on American Airlines Flight 920 on …

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Japanese helicopter converted to host F-35B flight tests

MELBOURNE, Australia – United States Marine Corps F-35 aircraft based in Japan will conduct flight operations from a Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force helicopter carrier that is being converted to operate the fifth generation fighter aircraft. The Japanese Defense Ministry said in a September 30 press release that the F-35Bs, which …

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Last commercial flight departing from the airport today | News, Sports, Jobs

Richard Howell, executive director of Williamsport Regional Airport Wednesday. KAREN VIBERT-KENNEDY / Sun-Gazette Although the last commercial flight leaves Williamsport Regional Airport this afternoon, Richard Howell, executive director, is hopeful that after the year begins another commercial carrier can be found as air travel heads to its normal cyclical increase …

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The history of STOL Drag

Through Annie Vogel | September 29, 2021 Estimated reading time 13 minutes, 32 seconds. Imagine a place where every stretch of flat land presents an opportunity. Where Public Land is a free game, and the only thing that limits you is your plane’s capacity. “The Promised Land” and “The Flying …

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Veterans honored with ‘dream flight’ in Boca Raton

A nonprofit honoring veterans by taking them on flights to the skies wraps up its nationwide tour of South Florida. The sky was the limit for seven veterans in Boca Raton on Wednesday. One by one, they buckled up and took off in a WWII plane. “It’s exciting to get …

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Quillen appointed new executive director of WEDC | Daléville

Experience as a small business owner, elected official and aviator is a part of what Jesse Quillen brings to the table as the new executive director of Wiregrass Economic Development Corporation. Quillen has been appointed to the vacant position since February this year, when WEDC Executive Director Jonathan Tullos was …

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India to acquire 56 Airbus C295

India has formalized the acquisition of 56 Airbus C295s to replace the former AVRO fleet of the Indian Air Force (IAF). This is the first “Make in India” aerospace program in the private sector, involving the full development of a complete industrial ecosystem: from manufacturing to assembly, testing and qualification, …

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Future prospects following the meetings of the ENJJPT steering committee> Air Education and Training Command> Posting the article

SHEPPARD AIR BASE, TX – Representatives of partner nations concluded the 82nd Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training Program Steering Committee meeting here on September 17, 2021, with eyes to the future of the internationally managed and operated organization. The week-long conference focused on topics spanning student and instructor class sizes, …

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Microsoft Flight Simulator F-35, F-104, Prague Airports and Nanki Shirahama Get screenshots and videos; Piper Tomahawk announced

New Third-party developers continue to provide more and more assets and versions of new add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Published on September 27, 2021 Giuseppe Nelva Home ” New ” Microsoft Flight Simulator F-35, F-104, Prague Airports and Nanki Shirahama Get screenshots and videos; Piper Tomahawk announced Third-party developers continue …

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Exercise Tartan Spirit: RAF planes arrive in Scotland

The first RAF aircraft arrived at a Scottish airport ahead of a major military training exercise. Teams descend to Prestwick International Airport to participate in Exercise Tartan Spirit, which will see the deployment of Air Mobility Force C-130 and A400M aircraft, catalysts and force protection from their home at RAF …

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