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1916 - Austro-Hungarian World War I aces Julius Arigi and Johann Lasi score their first five victories, in a Hansa-Brandenburg C.I, on a single mission.
Everything was going smoothly until their plane lost power while they were just past the runway, and 100 feet in the air.
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For an increasing number of wealthy Brazilians, first-class perks on airlines don't cut it anymore.
FRANKLIN TWP. - The airplane that landed in a cornfield last night is registered to Frederick J. Obermueller of Route 579, Union Township.
Our weekly review of aviation events on SocialFlight uncovered everything from a fly-in cookout, through a Big Toy Day to a PilotPalooza... During the early '70s, Pappy Wilkes, a former Piedmont Airlines DC-3 captain, was flying a pressurized Queen Air 88 along the east coast... At AirVenture 2014 in Oshkosh, Jeppesen announced revisions to its ... (more)
In 1987, at the height of the Cold War, a West German teenager flew a single-engine Cessna into the Soviet Union and landed in Red Square--and helped to change the world.
Steve Boykin, left, supervisor of agriculture and technical education for the Mobile County school system, is shown with Kyle Cook, director of Gulf Coast operations at the Alabama Aviation Center.
Authorities say two 18-year-olds from Jenks, one who says he is a certified pilot, took off in a Cessna 172 from Riverside Airport.
Bill Fitzpatrick has been missing since June 22, according to relatives. His family is asking the U.S. government to step up efforts to find the nature-loving aviator.
Ian Park was looking for "something fun and challenging" to occupy his summer this year.
Maple Ridge Museums's 40th anniversary bash attracted a lot of familiar faces on the heritage scene, including recently retired historical society volunteer Beryl Cunningham.
But the 10-year-old airplane enthusiast was eager to check out the fourth annual fly-in at Mid-State Regional Airport, sponsored by Crosswinds.
For the second time in less than three weeks, a small plane made a forced landing on a Sarasota County, Florida beach.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 02:11 pm
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