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Mon, Dec 09,2013 09:45:05PM EST
Numerous Flights Cancelled Saturday Britain's Air Traffic Control system suffered what was described as a "technical problem"Saturday resulting in widespread cancellations of flights throughout the U.K.
Mon, Dec 09,2013 09:44:43PM EST
Also: Bell 47 Update, USSC Aero-Legal Decision Coming, Evergreen Kaput, Blue Angels Full Sked The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds demonstration team is on the airshow circuit again. Even better, it looks like they may show up at EAA AirVenture 2014. Russian authorities say the pilot of a Russian airliner that went down near Kazan on November 17th may have held an invalid pilot certificate. The accident resulted in the fatal injury of all 44 passengers and six crew members onboard the airplane. Hollywood heartthrob, Brad Pitt, has reportedly dropped $3.3 million on an original Spitfire after landing his role in the World War II movie 'Fury'which is currently being filmed. All this... and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!
Mon, Dec 09,2013 03:08:12PM EST
Designed To Pull Spacecraft Away From A Failing Booster In Launch Emergency Scenario NASA engineers and contractors have successfully completed the Orion Launch Abort System (LAS) tower, marking a milestone that puts NASA one step closer to sending Orion 3,600 miles into space on the uncrewed Exploration Flight Test-1 (EFT-1) mission, scheduled to launch in September 2014.
Mon, Dec 09,2013 03:07:14PM EST
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Mon, Dec 09,2013 03:02:07PM EST
The runway length declared available and suitable for the ground run of an airplane taking off.
Mon, Dec 09,2013 03:01:14PM EST
Aero-News Quote of the Day “We’re glad to be back. While we’re excited to know we’ll be able to tell the Air Force story on the road, we’re completely focused on ensuring we have a safe show season.” Source: Lt. Col. Greg Moseley, Thunderbirds commander and lead pilot.
Mon, Dec 09,2013 03:00:34PM EST
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Mon, Dec 09,2013 03:00:31PM EST
Town Of Marana, AZ Divesting $5 Million Airplane The town of Marana, AZ has placed a non-flyable 1993 Beechcraft Starship Reliant in a public surplus auction, but it's not going to be inexpensive.
Mon, Dec 09,2013 02:59:05PM EST
Launch Window Pushed Back To December 18 Orbital's Antares and Cygnus teams are in the advanced stages of preparation for the company's first operational resupply mission to the International Space Station under the Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) contract. The launch to the Station will originate from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport (MARS) at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility.
Mon, Dec 09,2013 02:57:13PM EST
Man Was Left Sleeping In His Seat While Airplane Was Parked For The Night A passenger on an ExpressJet flight flying on a codeshare operated by United Express from Lafayette, LA to Houston, TX Friday decided the flight was the perfect time to catch up on a little sleep, and closed his eyes for a nap. But when he woke up, he found himself locked inside the airplane with the lights off and nobody else on board.
Mon, Dec 09,2013 02:54:29PM EST
Claiming Same Region As China Effective December 15 South Korea has expanded an Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) over the South China Sea that encompasses part of the airspace recently claimed as an ADIZ by China. Japan also claims jurisdiction of the airspace.
Mon, Dec 09,2013 02:51:59PM EST
First Global XpressA Satellite Launch; 7th ILS Proton Launch Of 2013 An International Launch Services (ILS) Proton Breeze M successfully placed the Inmarsat-5 F1 (I-5 F1) satellite into a super-synchronous (geo-stationary) transfer orbit (SSTO) Sunday. The spacecraft was launched for Inmarsat. I-5 F1 is the first of three Inmarsat next-generation Global Xpress satellites scheduled to launch before the end of 2014.
Mon, Dec 09,2013 02:50:10PM EST
Unveils Special Livery For Nanook And Seawolf Planes Mascots and school colors from two of Alaska's most beloved and heated collegiate rivals, the University of Alaska Anchorage and the University of Alaska Fairbanks, will soon be featured on two of Alaska Airlines'Bombardier Q400 turboprop aircraft. The colorful paint themes were unveiled Friday to a crowd of fans at the Sullivan Arena where the Alaska Nanooks and UAA Seawolf hockey teams will battle in the first of a four-game series to claim the Alaska Airlines Governor's Cup.
Mon, Dec 09,2013 02:49:06PM EST
Ohio Airspace Strategic Integration Study Expected To Be Completed In 2014 A study set to be completed early next year will lead to developing a unique national capability in Ohio for flying unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) to meet Air Force research needs and to boost Ohio's leadership in developing technologies to integrate unmanned systems. The study will leverage and expand the state's capabilities, particularly in improving the ability of unmanned systems to sense and avoid other aircraft in the same airspace.
Mon, Dec 09,2013 02:47:35PM EST
STAR 48GXV Will Give Boost Needed To Send Solar Probe Plus Mission Spacecraft On Path To The Sun NASA and ATK successfully tested a proof-of-concept STARTM 48GXV motor for the Solar Probe Plus mission, which will enter the sun's atmosphere to study the streams of charged particles the sun hurls into space. The STAR 48GXV solid-fuel third stage will provide the boost needed to assist the Solar Probe Plus spacecraft in escaping Earth's orbit to begin its approach of the sun.
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