The eagle-eyed Brummies have their eyes on the skies following recent sightings of rare and striking military aircraft flying over the Midlands. As if the amazing Air Beluga’s emergency landing at Birmingham Airport hadn’t generated enough excitement, plane-spotters have had their fill of intriguing military planes to film over theRead More →

The search for MH370 was one of the greatest surface and underwater hunts in aviation history. An Australian-led underwater search covered 120,000 sq km at an estimated cost of around A$200 million (S$202 million) before being suspended nearly three years later. Malaysia and countries like Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam,Read More →

WATERLOO — A plane slid off the end of a runway Saturday night at Waterloo Regional Airport, but none of the 88 passengers were injured. The incident occurred during the scheduled landing of a Boeing 737-800 twin-engine aircraft at 6:07 p.m., according to information from online flight tracking and dataRead More →

London, MR Accuracy Reports authored the report, titled Global Uncooled Focal Plane Array (FPA) Infrared Detector Industry 2021 is a methodical research study based on the Uncooled Focal Plane Array (FPA) Infrared Detector market, analyzing the competitive framework of the industry worldwide. With the help of effective analytical tools suchRead More →

By Alex Nelson Malanga Dar es Salaam. Skyleader, a Czech aircraft manufacturer, plans to establish its African manufacturing base in Tanzania, The Citizen can explain. A credible and knowledgeable source told this newspaper yesterday that the company is in talks with Tanzania to establish the Skyleader 500 ultralight aircraft manufacturingRead More →

The Russian A-100 ‘Premier’ Airborne Early Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft made its first flight with its radar system on, Tass reported. The test flight was announcement on February 10 by the state-owned company Rostec. The A-100, also known as the “flying radar”, took off from aircraft manufacturer Beriev’sRead More →

BELLEVUE, Wash. – Executives at Radian Aerospace in Bellevue, Wash., announced last month that their engineers were building a single-stage orbiting spaceplane that takes off and lands horizontally. The revelation sparked excitement for what could be considered the holy grail of the decades-old industry. Reverse reports. Continue reading the originalRead More →

The National Museum of the US Air Force will continue to offer visitors unique opportunities to see up close inside a different aircraft in the collection each month on select days. Visitors have the chance to take a look inside the McDonnell Douglas F-4C Phantom IIRead More →

A Canadian Armed Forces plane, the C-177 Globemaster, carrying non-lethal military equipment has left for Ukraine, reports Ukrinform, referring to the Canadian Ministry of National Defense. “This equipment includes personal protective and load-carrying equipment, as well as monitoring and detection equipment,” the statement read. The department also added that aRead More →

Satcom Direct’s (SD) Plane Simple Antenna System has been qualified on Intelsat’s FlexExec satellite network, enabling a wider variety of business aircraft to access high-speed broadband over the tail-mounted Ku-band antenna system. “So far, high-speed capabilities have remained the domain of the widebody market,” said Chris Moore, president of SDRead More →

Commercial aircraft manufacturers have long engaged in lucrative business to support the defense industry, and Airbus is no different. While the public marvels at Airbus’ latest jetliners, the top brass of national armies marvel at its war-ready troop transport, in-flight refueling and military cargo planes. A German Luftwaffe Airbus A400.Read More →

Acclaimed author Robert Whiting has such close ties to Japan that the first edition of his memoir Tokyo Junkie: 60 years of bright lights and alleyways…and baseball was released in Japanese. Then the editors of the English edition, for some reason, decided not to include his material on espionage. ThisRead More →

Rolls-Royce today announced that its ‘Spirit of Innovation’ all-electric aircraft is officially the fastest all-electric aircraft in the world, having set two new world records which have now been independently confirmed. At 3:45 p.m. (GMT) on November 16, 2021, the aircraft reached a top speed of 555.9 km/h (345.4 mph)Read More →

Publication date: 01/17/2022 Dangerous weather conditions and poor aircraft maintenance played a role in the Murcia plane crash A military judge investigating the tragic death of a pilot after his plane crashed in the Mediterranean off La Manga has found serious clues that the Spanish Air Force may be ‘directlyRead More →

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has warned that tennis superstar Novak Djokovic would be sent home moments after entering Australia if he could not provide “sufficient” evidence to substantiate his immunization exemption. The men’s world number one is due to arrive in Melbourne on Wednesday night to defend his Australian OpenRead More → Oakland News Now – A procession pays tribute to the victims of the El Cajon plane crash – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. ProcessionRead More → Oakland News Now – East San Diego County plane crash victims identified by colleagues and medical examiner – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. TheRead More → Oakland News Now – Investigators seek cause of fatal El Cajon plane crash – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. Tuesday, investigators were on siteRead More →

The most advanced Russian-made airliner, the MS-21-300, has successfully completed its maiden flight, advertising the Rostec state-owned company. The plane took off from the airfield of the Irkutsk Aviation Plant in Eastern Siberia. “The flight mission was completed in its entirety. Aircraft systems they worked normallySaid test pilot Roman Taskáyev.Read More →

An investigation into a fatal light plane crash in the Tasmanian wilderness found that the operator encouraged pilots to fly even when inclement weather conditions were forecast and advice on operations in the area was not well documented. Nikita Walker, 30, was on her way from Hobart to the portRead More →

ALCOA, Tennessee (WVLT) – The Alcoa Police Department, Alcoa Fire Department, Blount County Sheriff’s Office and American Medical Response responded to a single-engine plane crash on Singleton Station Rd. , not far from McGhee-Tyson Airport at approximately 10:00 a.m. Thursday. According to the preliminary report Federal Aviation Administration’s Cirrus SR22Read More → Oakland News Now – Aviation experts warn 5G could interfere with aircraft technology – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the upper left corner of the video. is the original blog post for this type of video blog content. A large group of aviationRead More →