On Oct. 2, 2016, the New England Air Museum in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, will host a gathering of iconic Ford Mustangs in celebration of the completion of the restoration of its World War II era P-51 Mustang fighter aircraft. [Read more…]
Ben Rayl of Loudonville, Ohio, will soon fly a piece of World War II history. Mercy Flight Southeast drew Rayl’s winning raffle ticket for a chance to fly a P-51 Mustang.
Stallion 51 had donated the experience flying its P-51 “Crazy Horse” to raise money for Mercy Flight Southeast, which provides free air transportation to adults and children who need to get to far-from-home medical care. [Read more…]
Globalair.com blogger Sarina Houston’s latest post is about the venerable P-51, which she claims is the most beloved airplane at any air show. “Whether you know the history of the airplane or not, the Mustang is an airplane that stops you in your tracks. Its beauty captivates you, lures you in, and makes you want to hear its story. And it’s a story worth repeating, air show after air show,” she says. Read it here, then let us know: Do you agree? What’s your favorite airplane at an air show?
Mercy Flight and Angel Flight SE are partnering with Stallion 51 Flight Operations to make your flying fantasy come true while helping others find the medical treatment they need.
NEW YORK — U.S. Air Force Thunderbird fighter pilots commanded a legendary World War II P-51 Mustang and four Cessna Citation Mustangs flying in formation over New York Harbor on Oct. 20 and 21 to commemorate the legacy of wartime pilots.
While watching an episode of Top Gear recently (the English version on BBC America with Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond) I noticed that a familiar American celebrity popped up on screen. Tom Cruise was given the cheery task of being their Star in a Reasonably Priced Car feature for the episode. He did this job in tandem with Cameron Diaz, his co-star in whatever movie they were plugging at the time. But that’s beside the point.
What caught my attention was that Clarkson, a gear-head of massive proportions (and I say that with the greatest respect) was very interested in Tom’s P-51 Mustang. [Read more…]