Friday Apr 11
Airport hires flight instructor
Bringing in a flight instructor was one of the top priorities for Fairmont Municipal Airport, and it has been accomplished through Al Thoreson.
Textron AirLand's Scorpion ISR/Strike Aircraft Reaches 50 Test...
Textron AirLand, LLC, a joint venture between Textron Inc. and AirLand Enterprises, LLC, today announced that the Scorpion has completed 50 hours of flight time since the start of flight testing in December 2013.
Arlington airport sets sights on next 10 years
From the bird's-eye view in the Arlington Municipal Airport 's control tower, a smooth ribbon of pavement - described by the airport manager as the "crown jewel" of a 2008 master plan - stretches across the horizon.
The Bennington Banner
Reporter, photographer sample flying lessons at Bennington airport
Looking at the tiny plane, it was hard to imagine it in the air, let alone that it would soon be taking myself and photographer Holly Pelczynski into the skies above Bennington.
The Wichita Eagle
Wichita's airport celebrates anniversary as new terminal waits in the wings
It has been 60 years since the first commercial flight took off from Wichita Mid-Continent Airport, at what was then called Wichita Municipal Airport.
Duncan Aviation Expands Autopilot Overhaul Capabilities
Duncan Aviation's avionics & instruments department has been acquiring new diagnostic test equipment to expand its autopilot capabilities.
Aerotech News And Review
Grounded and flying high
It doesn't matter if his life is up in the air or firmly planted on a stage, Jacob Nelson, 21, is living the dream; both of them- and working towards his third.
U.S. Sending Special Ops Ospreys to Uganda
The U.S. is sending more special operations forces - along with Bell Boeing CV-22 Ospreys and transport and refueling aircraft - to Uganda to help African Union troops combat the Lord's Resistance Army, which is led by Joseph Kony, a White House official confirmed on Monday.
Maine senator appraises the Arctic after trip
U.S. Sen. Angus King met with Navy officials in a military excursion in the Arctic, where he boarded a submarine that burst through the ice in the style of a James Bond movie.
Sentinel & Enterprise
Lunenburg girl earns aviation scholarship
The Greater Boston EAA Chapter 106, with 200 members throughout New England, is proud to announce that Shelby Scorse of Lunenburg is one of three youth who have won an aviation scholarship.