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Will Hiring US Pilots Help Norwegian Leap Over Open Skies Hurdle? No. But This Might...

Norwegian Air Service is hiring American pilots to support its U.S. operations. But will this be the final detail the airline needs to overcome challenges to the launch of its Irish-based Norwegian Air International operations and to service to the U.S. 1,351 more words


Also, in the Skies: 33 Hot Aviation Happenings in Week 38

Aviation moves fast, and every week I find stories I would like to have written more about. To share these hot news items (and some news which simply caught my eye), I’m introducing ‘Also, in the Skies.’ 1,238 more words
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National Aviation Day NOTAM: Skythrall Salutes Debby Rihn-Harvey and Women Soar You Soar

“I’m afraid of heights and hate carnival rides because I’m not in control,” attests Debby Rihn-Harvey, America’s most honored aerobatic pilot. Debby spoke to… 625 more words

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The Sky's the Limit!

On June 25th, 2016 I attended the CFB Trenton Airshow on the very day that my dear friend and former student, Joyce Spring was celebrating her birthday.   307 more words


Former Marine Turned Aircraft Mechanic and College Student: Meet Brandi Rector

Before becoming a aircraft mechanic for Trans States Airlines, Brandi Rector spent six years in the United States Marine Corps as a helicopter aerial gunner and mechanic.  676 more words

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Only one L-139 ... and the ship is mine

The L-139 is the only jet of its kind in the world. Aero Vodochody, an aircraft manufacturer in the Czech Republic, produced the L-39, which was the most popular fighter jet trainer in the world. 356 more words

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