Museum adds Fighting Falcon to its collection

HONOLULU — Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor has added an F-16A Fighting Falcon (serial number 80-0498) to its collection of modern jet fighters with a dedication Sept. 27, 2017,  in Hangar 79. The museum received the F-16 on loan from the National Museum of the United States Air Force  in July 2016, and since that […]
Source: http://generalaviationnews.comMuseum adds Fighting Falcon to its collection

Search crews discover Avro Arrow in Lake Ontario

TORONTO — Sonar imagery and underwater video footage confirms a free-flight Avro Arrow model has been discovered on the floor of Lake Ontario. “We are very pleased and tremendously proud to announce we have discovered the first example of one of the free-flight Arrow models,” says John Burzynski, Raise the Arrow expedition leader and CEO […]
Source: http://generalaviationnews.comSearch crews discover Avro Arrow in Lake Ontario

Passenger Drone Enters Race For Aerial Taxi Service

When you’re a company attempting to get noticed in a market quickly filling with competitors, choosing a name is important. Ideally, you want to go with something that communicates your proposition effectively. If that name can help you rank highly in search engine results, well that’s a bonus. Enter Passenger Drone, the latest startup to […]

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Southwest Removes Passenger Over Dog Allergies

A Southwest passenger travelling from Baltimore to Los Angeles earlier this week was removed from her flight after telling flight attendants she was deathly allergic to dogs. The passenger, Anila Daulatzai, 46, is a college professor from Baltimore. Two passengers aboard the flight were travelling with canine companions. Video shot by one of the other passengers, Bill Dumas, began circulating late this week showing Maryland Transportation Authority Police struggling to get Daulatzai off the plane.

Source: avwebSouthwest Removes Passenger Over Dog Allergies

Giving Kids Wings aviation camp soars

A California educator and pilot wants to transform traditional high school curriculum by making “aviation as commonplace as algebra and history.” The idea of combining principles of aviation with conventional classroom learning occurred to Santa Barbara-based social studies teacher Dan Mikkelsen during a field trip to a general aviation airport.

Source: aopaGiving Kids Wings aviation camp soars

CX-3 Flight Computer debuts

New from ASA is the CX-3 Flight Computer. The CX-3 performs a multitude of aviation functions and may be used on all FAA and Canadian pilot, mechanic, and dispatcher knowledge exams. Solve for time, speed, distance, heading, wind, fuel, airspeed, altitude, weight and balance equations and more. A calculator, clock, timer and stopwatch are also […]
Source: http://generalaviationnews.comCX-3 Flight Computer debuts