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ORANGE Airport users have railed against increases in fees at the facility, saying it will reduce the number of tourists coming to Orange and increase costs for budding pilots.
Once a year, kids in the community have the chance to see Austin from a new perspective, from off the ground.
Clarkston residents Loraine Hall, 82, and husband Tom Hall, 81, a former flight instructor, have their photo taken in front of a 1929 Ford Tri-Motor airplane at Oakland County International Airport.
"20 years ago the Experimental Aircraft Association decided that airports had become too restrictive for young kids to come out and see what the aviation industry is like," said Mark Mcatee a flight instructor It's not just about providing a kid their first flying experience, but in the back of most of these pilots' minds they hope these kids are ... (more)
Most people would like a comfortable seat on a long transatlantic flight, but one man has paid more than A 43,000 for a cold, uncomfortable journey that will take four days.
An hour before the doors of the National Air and Space Museum's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center opened to visitors, the vast, multi-level space was filled with a theatrical pre-curtain hush.
On a cloudless 75-degree day in Sewickley's Blueberry Hill Park, as parents divided attention between peewee lacrosse and toddlers racing on grassy mounds around the field, eyes in the sky were capturing it all.
While spectators were safe with two feet on the ground, all eyes were to the sky focusing on planes dancing across the Sierra landscape.
A retired Air Force officer faces up to 60 years in prison and more than $1 million in fines for conspiring to defraud the military of $5.4 million in contracts while working as an Air Force contractor and civilian employee.
FLYING A 1969 TRAINING MISSION WITH THE AIR NATIONAL GUARD UNIT BASED IN MILWAUKEE, Lieutenant Colonel Paul Poberezny orbited an expanse of rural Wisconsin.
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Though I never got to fly the 182 on our trip to the Bahamas, I learned more than I'd bargained for.
After strong years of expansion, rehabilitation and construction projects the Soldotna is planning to devise a new list of improvements for its airport.
While pilots would love to see a longer runway at Chicago Executive Airport for safety, in this case, economically, it just does not make sense.
The Alaska Aviation Museum will celebrate 101 years of aviation in Alaska at its annual Salmon Bake and Fly-Bys the afternoon of Sunday July 20th.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 12:16 am
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