Nov 5, 2013
On This Day in Aviation History
1910 - The Willows No. 3, an airship named "City of Cardiff," arrives in France after the first dirigible flight across the English Channel, making the trip from London in 10 hours, 30 min.; it also is the first Channel crossing by airship made at night.
CFI Tools Takeoff and Landing 2 App Upgrades and Adds
CFI Tools today is proud to announce the latest addition to the CFI Tools catalog, the Takeoff and Landing 2 App.
AVweb: Cessna CEO - petulant and peevish' at NBAA
Cessna Aircraft Co. CEO Scott Ernest 's appearance at his company's press conference on Monday at the National Business Aviation Association Convention in Las Vegas has drawn critisism from one aviation journalist.
Cessna CEO: - No future' for Skycatcher
It appears that Cessna's Model 162 Skycatcher, a light sport aircraft that was hoped to be a vehicle for introducing more people to aviation, is not part of the company's long-term plans.