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Each Part Tells a Story...

…not just a collection of bits and pieces, each part tells a story of the pilots who flew the stricken aircraft, both British and German. Several aircraft engines lay thoroughly cleaned and superbly displayed along with information sheets, plaques and stories that add a very personal touch to each and every one. 41 more words


New Museum Pass - American Airpower Museum

The Syosset Public Library is pleased to announce it now has membership to the American Airpower Museum at Republic Airport.  SPL has one pass to this museum which admits 4 people (any combination of adults and children). 147 more words


Vacancy: 36,000 Job Openings In Africa's Aviation Industry

Opportunities exist for 36,000 Africans in the aviation industry in the next 20 years, a new report has suggested.

According to the report by American aircraft maker, Boeing , Africa will be needing 17,000 commercial airline pilots and 19,000 maintenance technicians between now and 2033, as the global aviation industry continue to experience strong growth. 197 more words


Flashback Friday- EAA Fly-In Convention

The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Fly-In Convention started in 1953 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A handful of people came to the early gathering, and it was mainly a gathering for people who built their aircraft themselves. 108 more words


Updates from GE

Underdog Scientist Cracks Code to Reduce Flight Delays

GE – Currently, the flight plans that set routes, speed and altitudes for passenger planes have one major flaw – it’s impossible to adjust them in real time during the flight. 122 more words


The New "Reds"

The RAF aerobatic team the Red Arrows welcomes three new members for the 2015 season. To apply to join the Red Arrows, Royal Air Force pilots need to have at least 1,500 fast jet flying hours, to have completed a frontline tour and be assessed as above average in their flying role. 226 more words