HONOLULU — Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor has added an F-16A Fighting Falcon (serial number 80-0498) to its collection of modern jet fighters with a dedication Sept. 27, 2017, in Hangar 79. The museum received the F-16 on loan from the National Museum of the United States Air Force in July 2016, and since that […]
TORONTO — Sonar imagery and underwater video footage confirms a free-flight Avro Arrow model has been discovered on the floor of Lake Ontario. “We are very pleased and tremendously proud to announce we have discovered the first example of one of the free-flight Arrow models,” says John Burzynski, Raise the Arrow expedition leader and CEO […]
The Aircraft Owners and Pilot’s Association (AOPA) Fly-In at Peter O. Knight Airport in Tampa, Florida, will continue as planned Oct. 27 and 28. “Officials at our host airport Peter O. Knight called AOPA soon after Hurricane Irma passed through the state to confirm that the airport did not sustain any major damage and that […]
An Indian Air Force (IAF) trainer aircraft crashed in the southern state of Telangana Sept. 28, the latest in a series of air mishaps for the country’s military.
BOEING has $41.5m U.S. Defense Logistics Agency contract for F/A-18 E/F spare parts.
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