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Occasional UCAP contributor Amy Laboda is in China reporting on the biennial Airshow China. “Largest Airshow China Yet Set To Open in Zhuhai” The ninth edition of the biennial Airshow China opens at Zhuhai Airport in the southern province of Guangdong … Continue reading
Way back in May Steve Tupper, of the Airspeed blog and AcroCamp, got me on the phone, and we talked for almost two hours. I’ve listened just now to what I said, and it doesn’t horrify me. From Steve’s shownotes of … Continue reading
Dan Gryder is preparing to fly a restored DC-3 from Alaska down to the States lower 48.
At a time when some clubs and organizations are folding due to lack of members, The Aviation Club at Hithergreen Senior Center is thriving. Read the whole thing.
Robert Goyer in the Flying Magazine blog: When the EAA Board of Directors announced yesterday that Rod Hightower was resigning from the organization because of problems relocating his family all the way from St. Louis to Oshkosh, after two years at the … Continue reading
After our brief introduction at a friend’s barbecue, it was only a few seconds before the conversation turned to traffic. I launched into my usual complaints, only to be stopped short when he casually mentioned that, by air, the same … Continue reading
Felix Baumgartner is on the ground successfully. Congrats! Quite a thing. He and his team accomplished many of their record-breaking goals, but it’s not clear if they got them all. Nevertheless, very cool. [Images updated to screengrabs from today’s jump, from original … Continue reading
Watching the ascent of the Stratos Space Jump. He’s at 85K feet now. Supposed to jump at 120K. Crazy.
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