Neal Cavalier-Smith sent in this photo, with a quick note: “Now I know what really lies at the end of the rainbow — this is my new Robin DR401 155CDI soon after delivery at Shoreham Airport (EGKA) in England and a flight through the rainbow to give her a clean.” [Read more…]
Two B-25 bombers associated with American servicemen missing in action from World War II were recently documented in the waters off Papua New Guinea by Project Recover, a collaborative team of marine scientists, archaeologists and volunteers who have combined efforts to locate aircraft and associated MIAs from World War II. [Read more…]
PlaneLogiX now integrates with FltPlan.com. PlaneLogiX customers can now view their airplane’s maintenance status directly from FltPlan.com. [Read more…]
Phillips 66 Aviation has unveiled the first Phillips 66 Flight Training Award.
In honor of its 90th anniversary, Phillips 66 Aviation is providing additional support to the EAA Young Eagles program by offering a flight training scholarship in the amount of $13,200.
The pilot reported that during the takeoff roll, he tried to abort the takeoff because he had not removed the bolt he had placed in the yoke for a gust lock. [Read more…]
The Washington State Department of Transportation Aviation Division in Tumwater, Washington, is currently accepting applications for a Transportation Planning Specialist 3. [Read more…]
In an email sent to an FAA Aviation Safety Inspector by the pilot, he reported that he was unable to manipulate the fuel station pumps where he had landed, so he decided to fly to another airfield that was about 20 miles away.
He wrote that somehow he did not make the right turn and became “lost.” [Read more…]