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British Airways' Boeing 787 to fly from London Heathrow to Montreal from Sunday 29 March 2015

British Airways has announced that Montreal is to join its network of Boeing 787 routes from Sunday 29 March 2015.

Montreal will be the third Canadian city to be served by the Boeing 787, after Toronto and Calgary. 52 more words


Rostec State Corporation and CASC signed a strategic partnership agreement

Rostec and China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) signed a strategic partnership agreement aimed at promotion of trade, investment, and collaboration in high-tech areas. In particular, this refers to joint development and production of electronic components, cooperation in the areas of IT, communication systems, automation, new materials, etc., Rostec’s press-service reports. 71 more words


AHS Igor I. Sikorsky Challenge

Human Powered Helicopter

Sometimes, you don’t need a reason to take on a challenge. For some people, the whole fun of trying to be the first one to complete a challenging feat is to do something that has never been achieved by the human race. 330 more words


October 19, 2009: Aircraft Drinking Water Regulations

October 19, 2009: Aircraft Drinking Water Rule (ADWR) is adopted by USEPA. “The primary purpose of the Aircraft Drinking Water Rule (ADWR) is to ensure that safe and reliable drinking water is provided to aircraft passengers and crew. 114 more words



The RAF like aircraft named after tropical storms and their current BAE Systems Eurofighter Typhoon is one of the world’s finest fighter planes. 70 years earlier the Eurofighter’s grandfather was too. 166 more words


Crochet on a plane - 13th September 2014

So it turns out crochet on a plane is really easy to do. I don’t deal well with doing nothing and 9 hours on a plane sounds like a nightmare.  53 more words

365 Challenge

Lucky Lou

Lucky Lou seen here adorning the nose of a Victor which is housed, in part, at the RAF museum in Hendon was painted by Cpl Andy Price in 1991 in Bahrain. 22 more words