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American Airpower Museum Republic Airport

The American Airpower Museum at Republic Airport

While Jeff Clyman was flying vintage World War II era aircraft in the 1970s at air shows, he wore his father’s U.S. Army Air...
UPS to Purchase Fleet of Electric Aircraft

UPS to Purchase Fleet of Electric Aircraft

UPS said that through its UPS Flight Forward subsidiary it would purchase the electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing (eVTOL) from Beta Technologies to augment...
An Alaska 737-9 departs Boeing Field.

After 16 Months of Drought, Boeing Sells More Airplanes Than Gets Cancellations

Boeing Commercial Airplanes sold 82 aircraft in February and logged 51 cancellations, marking the first time since November 2019 that monthly sales outpaced scrapped...
The moment has finally come, as the last-ever produced Airbus A380 aircraft departed for its first test flight.

Last Ever Airbus A380 Completes Successful Test Flight

The Airbus A380 departed for its first test flight from Toulouse’s Blagnac Airport, France at 12:54 PM local time, as the aircraft is being...

Robot Dogs On the Prowl

The U.S. Air Force has successfully integrated quad-legged Unmanned Ground Vehicles, known popularly as “robot dogs,” and this innovative idea may be a new...
JFK Airport Laser Attack

Laser Strikes Directed Towards Airliners Increase at Alarming Rate

While the FBI has issued a nation-wide alert for domestic terrorists who ostensibly are trying to take control of the government, and by politicians...
Harriet Quimby, in Moisant monoplane, Moisant Aviation School, Mineola L.I. 1911.

Wing Women: Women in Aviation

Harriet Quimby was once described to me by her biographer and aviation historian, Giacinta Bradley Koontz, as “a woman moving forward with purpose.’’ In...
NTSB’s TWA Flight 800 Reconstruction to be Decommissioned

NTSB’s TWA Flight 800 Reconstruction to be Decommissioned

The National Transportation Safety Board announced Monday its decision to decommission the TWA Flight 800 reconstruction as the agency prepares for the expiration of the lease...
Emory C. Malick

Black History Month Recognizes Aviation Pioneers

In recognition of February being Black History Month, it is also a good time to look at some of the major accomplishments of African-Americans...
The Bill McShane Scholarship

NYAMA Announces The Bill McShane Student Scholarship

The Bill McShane Scholarship is presented to individuals interested in aviation, offering scholarships of $2,000 each to two students annually. William “Bill” McShane, who served...

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