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Warbird Alley: Privately-owned, vintage, ex-military aircraft
...Special Interest Article: "The Biggest Decision: Ejection Considerations for Warbird Pilots" -- Editor Buck Wyndham covers a critical but rarely-discussed safety topic....

..D- Day at Duxford - June 6th, 2004 - see the action today in my Gallery!!!!Duxford
AOPA Online - Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association home page
...View images of the static aircraft display from the 14th annual AOPA Fly-in and Open House June 5....
14th annual AOPA Fly-In and Open House shrugs off weather, hosts thousands
June 5 — More than 4,700 people turned out for the 14th annual , despite weather that remained IFR virtually all day.
"The enthusiasm and the passion of general aviation pilots was never more apparent that today," said AOPA President Phil Boyer. "They just refused to let the weather stop them from coming to Fly-In."
An estimated 4,500 people arrived by car throughout the day, while nearly 120 aircraft flew in on Friday and Saturday. Surprisingly, more than two thirds of the aircraft arrived on Saturday in instrument conditions. More on the 14th annual Fly-In
In photo: AOPA's "Win-A-Twin Sweepstakes" Twin Comanche above Frederick, Maryland.
AOPA hosts high-ranking FAA official
June 4 — FAA Associate Administrator for Regulation and Certification Nicholas Sabatini spent much of Friday at AOPA headquarters in Frederick, Md., getting an insider's look at general aviation.
"Nick Sabatini is an important member of the FAA leadership," said AOPA President Phil Boyer, who personally led the FAA official's tour of AOPA. "The work he oversees affects GA at almost every level — from pilots' and mechanics' certificates, medicals, right up through the airworthiness of our aircraft." More on Sabatini's visit to AOPA
In photo: Phil Boyer shows Nick Sabatini the Presidential TFR banner on AOPA's home page, alerting pilots to security-related TFRs.
AOPA's Boyer shares cockpit with top Senate Democrat
June 2 — The leader of the Democratic Party in the U.S. Senate, Tom Daschle (D-S.D.), joined AOPA President Phil Boyer in the cockpit this week. During a three-hour flight, the two discussed a wide range of issues important to general aviation pilots, such as privatization of the air traffic control system, post-9/11 security restrictions like the Baltimore-Washington Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) and the "rolling" TFRs (temporary flight restrictions) that cover Presidential campaign swings, and GA's own efforts to make local airports more secure.
"Senator Daschle is a longtime GA pilot and AOPA member," said Boyer. "He truly understands the impact of government actions and regulations from a pilot's perspective and pledged to assist the association as we develop agreed-upon legislative remedies." More on Phil Boyer's flight with Sen. Daschle
In photo: AOPA President Phil Boyer and Sen. Tom Daschle (D-S.D.).
Peruvian aviation historical academy honors AOPA's Boyer
June 5 — Three members of the Academia de Historia Aeronautica del Peru (Peruvian Academy of Aeronautical History) on Saturday presented AOPA President Phil Boyer with a medal and honorary membership in the academy for his role in promoting general aviation worldwide. Boyer also serves as the president of the International Council of Aircraft Owner and Pilot Associations (IAOPA). More on the presentation
In photo: Oscar Gagliardi, Jr.; Gaston Garreaud; Phil Boyer; Gen. Oscar Gagliardi Kindliman.
G-8 Summit will mean flight restrictions along southeastern U.S. coast
June 4 — Beginning Sunday, June 6, the FAA will impose major flight restrictions in Georgia, South Carolina, and Florida for the Group of 8 (G-8) Economic Summit being held in Sea Island, Ga. There will be two large temporary flight restrictions (TFRs) implemented for the National Security Event.
"The long duration of the TFRs and the number of impacted airports underscores the need for pilots to check notams before flying in this area," said Heidi Williams, manager of Air Traffic for AOPA. "AOPA members have an additional resource — Real Time Flight Planner — that can show them where the TFRs are. But they still need to check notams at the last possible minute for any last-minute changes."
M useum of Aviation: News and Events
...6/14 Flag Day Celebration - achievement day for special museum scout badge...
Scouting is fun!
The Century of Flight Hangar will be closed during June 7-13 for special events. The hangar will re-open on June 14. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
During the month of June the Museum of Aviation will honor Scouts with various activities that promise fun and excitement. In the future, Scouts will get the opportunity to “Camp Under the Wings” while earning special badges and learning about the history of air power.
Guided tours and one-on-one conversations with WWII fighting ace, Brig. Gen. Robert L. Scott, will be the highlights of their visit at the Museum of Aviation.
Saturday, June 26 - In honor of Scouting Celebration Month, the museum invites local boy and girl scout troops to participate in "Hangar Talk" at 10 a.m. in Hangar One. Georgia Forestry Commission Ranger Willie Vance will discuss fire prevention and safety.
Hangar Talk features a monthly guest speaker providing adults and kids of all ages an informative, educational and entertaining 30-minute highlight on topics relating to the month's theme. The event is free.
For more information contact Heather Fasciocco, Marketing Specialist, at (478) 926-6870 .
Welcome to AIN Online: June 2004
... Another Raytheon Premier Overruns Runway...
Helicopter Noise Standards Harmonized with JAA and ICAO...
Cessna Receives FAA Papers for Citation Sovereign...
NetJets Introduces Corporate Card for European Travel
Jet Aviation Headquarters Returns to Switzerland...
Should jail be an option if negligence on the job by a flight crewmember, mechanic, controller or any other aviation worker causes death or critical injuries?... Click here to respond...
Safire restructures, will fly jet by October...
Is air-tour proposal a problem or solution?...
Fractional provider signs for 29 Avantis...
In a Swift move, new FBO opens at PHX...
Simple solution might curb ‘landovers’...
Cessna launches Mustang engine flight-testing...
TSA issues airport security guidelines...
F100EJ brings bizliner role to retired Fokker 100 twinjets...
Insurance rates flatten, though only for some...
As economy picks up, so too will aviation financing rates...
FAA, IRS don’t regulate in the same language...
Avcon awarded group RVSM approval for Learjet 20 series...
Budget cuts kill Miami CPDLC trials...
Technique would ‘pack ’em in’ to increase runway capacity...
U.S. airspace plan will show slow progress, official warns ...
Universal introduces the 890R, a retrofit cockpit that sizzles...
RAA tempers optimism with concern over sticking points...
New Bombardier unit faces ‘big decisions’ on big jets...
Brazilian fighter order could kill Russian RJ...
China gives cool welcome to rotary-wing operations...
Tail-rotor failure suspected in NYC rooftop crash of ENG helo...
Who should be the boss at a corporate flight department?
WSDOT Aviation Home Page
...Moving? Better let the FAA know - or else! 
Table of Contents
...NAFI Gears Up For AirVenture...
Meet, Greet Aviation Writers at Author's Corner...
Sport Pilot Rule Returned to OMB...
June 3, 2004 - The sport pilot/light-sport aircraft rulemaking package has been returned to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for final approval. OMB’s website acknowledges receipt of the rule on June 1, 2004. No deadline for final action is listed on the website. However, when EAA Vice President of Government and Industry Affairs Earl Lawrence visited OMB, along with fellow ASTM Committee chairmen Phillip Lockwood and Eric Tucker, they stressed the need for swift approval of the rule.
The rule, which had been withdrawn from the Office of Management and Budget by FAA in late March, is now back at OMB for what is hoped to be the final review before publication. FAA had withdrawn the rule to answer questions presented by OMB, in a procedural move that would keep the rule on-track instead of creating a major setback if it was completely rejected by OMB. This advancement is another major step forward for the rule. Once OMB approves the rulemaking package, it will be returned to FAA for publication in the Federal Register . This year’s AirVenture event will include a major focus on sport pilot as it provides an exciting opportunity for growth in many areas of the aviation community.
EAA will continue to monitor the rule’s progress and report any news as soon as it’s available....
TFRs for G-8 Summit Confirmed...
June 3, 2004 - As previously announced, FAA and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will create temporary flight restrictions (TFR) for the International G-8 Summit scheduled for June 8-10 at Sea Island, Georgia. Official word came during a Wednesday afternoon teleconference attended by EAA and other general aviation organizations; officials from affected airports; and TSA and FAA representatives.
These latest NOTAMs are available at EAA’s Flight Planner area within the EAA website. EAA Flight Planner includes graphic depictions of TFR areas to aid pilots and prevent them from making errors when flight planning. As always, EAA strongly encourages all pilots to check for current NOTAMs prior to flight, especially if flying in an area with a known, published TFR ... ...
TSA to 'Reach Out' to GA Airports During Summit...
Agency Joins Federal Pavilion Exhibitors at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh
June 3, 2004 - Prior to the International G-8 Summit scheduled for June 8-10 at Sea Island, Georgia, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will assign teams of Aviation Security Inspectors (ASI) to general aviation airports located within the temporary flight restriction (TFR) areas. But, according to Steven Calabro of the TSA GA Directorate, they won’t necessarily be there in a regulatory enforcement mode ... ...
SpaceShipOne Going For 100 km on June 21...
Rutan to talk about spaceflight attempts at EAA AirVenture 2004
June 2, 2004 - Scaled Composites' SpaceShipOne will attempt to become the world's first commercial, manned space vehicle during a June 21 launch on at Mojave Airport in California. From its carrier aircraft White Knight, the privately developed spacecraft will launch at about 50,000 feet MSL above the Mojave Civilian Aerospace Test Center and aim for suborbital space-defined as 100 kilometers (62 miles)-and thus go where no non-governmental manned aircraft has gone before. Conceived by EAA homebuilding pioneer Burt Rutan, built by his company Scaled Composites, and backed by investor and philanthropist Paul G. Allen, White Knight/SpaceShipOne will then try for the $10 million Ansari X PRIZE later in the year. That will require three people to be taken to 100 km and back twice within two weeks ...
IATA - IATA
The Agenda for Change: Part 1-From Fire Fighting to Building New Industry Structures-
Agenda for Change: Part 2 100% e-ticketing by 2007 To Simplify the Business
San Francisco International Airport Wins Eagle Award
State of the Air Transport Industry Report by the Director General
Annual Report 2004
World Air Transport Statistics Special AGM Edition 6-8 June 2004
WATS AGM 2004 Singapore
IATA's 60th Annual General Meeting 2004. Singapore, June 6 - 8, 2004 Opening Address by the Prime Minister of  Singapore
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The State of the Industry
by Giovanni Bisignani, IATA Director General and CEO
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PilotWeb
...CAA tips on airspace
The CAA's Airspace Infringements Working Group has issued a list of top ten tips to avoid an infringement....
D-Day threat to private pilots
Keep away from Normandy airspace during the D-Day ceremonies this coming weekend or you risk being shot down....
French airspace
Pilots planning to fly to France this summer should be aware that airspace in northern France shown on the latest CAA 1:500,000 chart has been amended....
9/6... Aviation Lecture...
AV8 Bistro & Restaurant, Kemble ...
9/6... RAeS Highland Branch Lecture: Chipmunks around the World...
Elgin Library, Moray ...
11/6... Alderney Fly-In...
Alderney Channel Islands ...
11/6... Commander Club Eurpoe...
Texel , Netherlands ...
12/6... Devon Strut Fly-in...
Farway, Sidmouth, Devon ...
Updated: 07/06/2004 10:52:33...
PFA Rally 2004
Pilot is proud to be involved with the PFA Rally in 2004. Information about this year's rally will be added here as it becomes known....
Farm strip flying
Back-to-basics flying that is ‘quirky, with some risk, but great fun’. Nick Bloom has advice for visiting pilots....
Château la Chassagne
James Allan reports on a French chateau in the heart of Burgundy with a difference - it has its own airstrip and pilots are welcome to fly in.
National Weather Association
NWA Scholarships awarded to Jessica Fieux (FSU) and Owen Shieh (Cornell)
ABSTRACTS STILL BEING ACCEPTED for NWA ANNUAL MEETING in OCTOBER
As part of the annual World Environment Day celebrations in Barcelona, Spain, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) is launching its fourth International Photographic Competition on the Environment , sponsored once again by Canon Inc. Rules, dates and more complete information will be forthcoming.
Hurricane Preparedness Information
Aircrew training systems, flight and spatial orientation simulators Aircrew Training Systems - Environmental Tectonics Corporation
...Sound and Vibration -- Observer -- Design and Analysis of a Modern Human Centrifuge ETC Announces Successful Factory Testing of The Authentic Tactical Flight Simulator...
Starliner News
June 10, 2004 Maurice is heading west to fly with the MATS Connie Group on there Summer schedule.
May 19, 2004 Maurice and Roy Arrive in Maine with all in tact and in tow, had a few strange looks and a few people stop to ask the standard questions.
May 17, 2004 Maurice is returning to Maine for the summer. He was able to get some of the painting done before it was time to head north. Maurice will be towing a trailer with some rudders and a R3350. Maurice will be accompanied by Roy Guignet and his dog, Lourdes.
February 21, 2004 Maurice headed west to work with the MATS Connie group. While there Maurice got his Flight Engineer Rating. He managed to bring back a trailer load of parts from the tail of an EC-121.
February 1, 2004 The exterior of N974R was needing extensive cleaning, the paint was peeling, so it was striped to bare metal.
At Fantasy of Flight during striping
January 3, 2004 Maurice is heading to florida, will be at Fantasy of Flight working on N974R, scheduled to do normal maintenance, as well as paint work.
News on AVIA.RU
...Domodedovo International Airport establishes a Certification centre for aircraft certification...
Cargo hub to be created on basis of Krasnoyarsk airport...
Koltsovo (Ekaterinburg) airports ATC is handed over to ATC State corporation...
Krasairs leadership decided Tolmachyovo airport to be listed in its summer fan timetable...
On the eve of the coming summer season, Domodedovo International Airports passenger terminal launches new services...
Pilots from Europe will devote air rally "White Nights" to 300 anniversary of Saint-Petersburg...
An-2 plane crashed in Ryazan region...
Yuzhno - Sakhalinsk airport received cup and diploma...
Aerosvit air company start flights between ëiev and St-Petersburg...
Domodedovo Air Service catering facility presents a new package technology during the Best Rail Restaurant contest...
"Aeroflot" is negotiating purchase of "Georgian airlines" ...
"Sibir" opens new flights from Moscow to Volgograd and Rostov-on-Don...
Aeroflots business-class of: new standart of quality...
MNG Airlines started its flights to Sheremetievo airport...
Ecologists will make Examination of deployment of rocket project at cosmodrome "Svobodny" in Amur region...
Religious procession was performed by Volga-Dnepr plane over Ulianovsk region...
Finn Air planes will start flying to Ekaterinburg...
International Domodedovo airport recognized best in CIS...
Irkuts board of directors meeting held...
The intermodal transportation system employed by Domodedovo International Airport gets the highest evaluation from international experts
http://www.fsi mzone.com/html/new.shtml
...Micro Flight 4.2 Is Released...
on Sunday, June 06 @ 16:07:49 GMT (3 reads)...
Ilan Papini sends us the following press release: "....After several months of work, i am happy to announce Micro Flight version 4.2.This version refines many features that were introduced on version 4.0 and adds important new ones. The demo of Micro flight 4.2 can be downloaded here. The websites of Micro Flight can be found here. http://www.qualitysimulations.com/mf...
Virgin USA Chooses San Francisco Base...
on Sunday, June 06 @ 16:06:55 GMT (0 reads)...
Virgin USA, a startup discount airline backed by British entrepreneur Richard Branson, said Saturday it will base operations in San Francisco, hiring about 1,800 workers over the next two years. The fledgling airline plans to set up corporate headquarters in New York and begin operations in 2005 under an undisclosed name. It said the bulk of the new jobs will go to San Francisco, where about 1,500 pilots, flight attendants, engineers and workers in related functions will be hired. The new Virgin-branded airline is being designed to compete with other low-fare carriers like Jet Blue Airways and Southwest Airlines, and will be the first airline to have operations based in California.
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger said in a statement that he was thrilled by the new carrier's decision. California's economy has been badly battered by the loss of high-tech jobs in recent years. In a combined effort, the city of San Francisco and the state had offered the airline more than USD$15 million in grants and incentives including training grants and co-operative marketing. ...
Star Alliance Adds 3 New Members...
on Sunday, June 06 @ 16:06:13 GMT (0 reads)...
South African Airways, Finland's Blue1, and TAP-Air Portugal have joined Star Alliance as members, beefing up the reach of the world's largest airline network, the group said. Jaan Albrecht, chief executive of Star Alliance, told a news conference the admission of the three airlines will improve the alliance's market share to 28.8 percent of worldwide traffic, a 1.3 percentage point increase.
Blue1 is part of the Scandinavian airline SAS, the flag carrier of Sweden, Norway and Denmark while TAP-Air Portugal and South African Airways are both state-owned carriers. The Star Alliance, which includes Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways, allows carriers to combine frequent flyer programs and sell seats on each other's routes. Full-service airlines use networks such as Star Alliance, oneworld and SkyTeam to cut costs and improve connections between long-haul and short-haul routes to help fend off competition from faster-growing discount airlines. ...
MegaScenery Vol 3 From PC Aviator...
on Saturday, June 05 @ 14:18:37 GMT (9 reads)...
PC Aviator, publisher of the MegaScenery series and of Computer Pilot Magazine, has released its third volume in the series of MegaScenery 2004. Th elast title covers Northern California in 5 m resolution satellite photo's and 30 m resolution mesh. Included are day, dusk, dawn and night and it works in all four seasons. Vol. 3 covers some 170 x 170 nautical miles. You can find all information on the MegaScenery website. http://www.megascenery.com/...
London City Now For FS2004...
on Saturday, June 05 @ 14:17:58 GMT (9 reads)...
Jeff Nielsen of Online Simulation Systems reports that their version of London City for FS2004 is now completed and available for purchase. The title was a big success in FS2002, offering a wealth of detail of not only the city airport but also the surrounding Docklands area of London and much more. Existing owners of London City FS2002 recieve this new title as a FREE update. Find all information on the OSS website. http://www.onlinesimulationsolutions.com/lcy04.htm
Abacus - News Page
...WWII Carrier Ops - Enterprise, weapons effects, more.
AircraftDealer.com - Used Aircraft and New Aircraft for Sale by Brokers and Dealers
...1989 Gulfstream IV for sale
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Embraer
...EMBRAER AND AEROLITORAL CELEBRATE DELIVERY OF FIRST THREE ERJ 145S JETS
Mexican regional carrier purchased planes in December
Airbu s - About - index
...AIRBUS HIGHLIGHTS ITS COMMITMENT TO A BETTER ENVIRONMENT
Airbus has published the second issue of “The Airbus Way – Environment,” a document that illustrates how Airbus is working with stakeholders to proactively manage environment, health and safety matters.
The publication coincides with Europe’s “Green Week,” which puts the focus on the environment, and is followed this year by World Environment Day on June 5.
As part of its commitment to improving the environment, Airbus aims to obtain corporate certification to ISO 14001 environmental standards for all sites and products by 2006.
Cessna In the News
...CITATION SOVEREIGN RECEIVES TYPE CERTIFICATION...
U.K.'s First Caravans With Oasis Interior
Gliding Magazine | News
...The IGC Glider Pilot Ranking List has been updated with results from all the early season competitions. John Coutts (New Zealand) is in the lead with Andy Davis (Gt Britain) 2nd and Holgar Karow (Germany) 3rd. To see the latest results go to the website.
Round The World Flight
June 6 2004
At noon today Matevz Lenarcic will start his round the world flight in a Pipistrel Sinus ultralight motorglider, leaving Ajdovscina airport, Slovenia, in the company of the Pipistrel demo team who will stay with him across the country to the Hungarian border. They will then break away to give a display at Ptuj, the country’s biggest airshow.[
British Overseas Championships
June 5 2004
Mike Young (Discus 2) won the British Overseas Championships organised by the European Soaring Club in partnership with Senasa, at Ocaña, Spain, which finished yesterday after eight contest days for the 52 competitors. Leigh Wells was 2nd with 7197pts, 122pts ahead of Irishman Paul Crabb, both flying LS-8-15s. The photo of Mike was taken by Iain Baker.
Contest In Brittany
June 5 2004
Gilles Navas has won the Grand Prix de Bretagne held at Ploermel airfield, which was a contest run as a training exercise for the French team. Four World champions, Eric Napoleon, Olivier Darroze, Gérard Lherm and Francois-Louis Henry, were competing as well as eight French Junior champions. There were five contest days out of seven with tasks up to 400km at maximum speeds of 110km/h over the beautiful Brittany countryside. There are two gliding clubs in this region, Ploermel and Rennes, which are attracting holiday visitors.
Cloudscapes
June 4 2004
We have another collection of fascinating cloudscapes taken by Pete Williams at Minden, Nevada. We hope more of you will send in your photos for these popular picturescapes. They may be on any gliding scenes you think will interest readers.
Newsy News
Mary Feik receives Richard C. Wellman Award.
Linda McGeary Chosen for AWAM Board of Directors.
FLY SOUTH AVIATION NEWS AFRICA
...Gr2 - avionic sys - grnwood - wellco ...
'Party pigs' wreak havoc on jet...
Airline charges disabled extra for assistance ...
Airport gang arrested after shootout...
Airports in Africa Must Be Proactive'...
AirZim to Increase Flights to London...
AirZim Workers Fume Over Pension Contributions...
Belgium stops flights to DRC...
Doomed pilot knew he was in trouble ...
Entebbe for Overhaul...
First solo crash landing...
'Howling' passenger arrested after flight row ...
Illegal Masts: NCAA Issues Ultimatum ...
Kenya Airways' Profit Up 226 P.C....
Moroccan Pilots On Four Day Strike ...
Crowding the Air...
Ilorin Airport Now Cargo Hub...
Abuja Airport Contract Threatened...
Nigerians Rate Aviation Sector Low...
Pink Aviation Fires Back...
www.ghanaairforce.com...
Racist' SAA official wrecks family vacation...
SAA cancels two DRC flights...
Why we reserved special routes for Eagle Airline – FG...
'Establish National Airline Urgently'...
Agnetha is terrified of flying!...
Air India plans to launch discount carrier...
UK flier injured by model aircraft ...
UK NATS outage grounds planes... 1st private-sector space flight set for June 21...
A mother's tears prompts pilots manslaughter admission...
Aircraft detection aid for NZ army ...
An Indian American pilot in Afghanistan ...
Australia expands acquisition of high-tech surveillance aircraft...
Canadian Cormorants resume normal flying operations...
Cessna Sovereign receives type certification...
Dig revives fighter pilot's memories of the day he saved Buckingham Palace ...
Eyewitness surprised pilot survived crash...
Flight attendant remains detained in bomb note case ...
Flight student's family sues flying school...
France launches partial sale of engine maker Snecma...
German peacekeepers hand over Kabul airport to NATO ...
Government settles with AMR and Boeing...
Jetstar to turn aircraft into flying billboards...
Museum of Flight to unveil new wing...
Pilot error caused plane crash...
Pilot in helicopter crash didn't have license...
Pilot sees his old Spitfire...
Portugese Air force on UFO alert...
RAAF hands air traffic to Iraqis...
Second flight of 'Saras' aircraft on June 7...
Swiss airline won't join OneWorld Group ...
Tired UK pilots warn of looming aviation disaster...
What's New -- Products and Services -- June 2004
Broken Wings: Tragedy and Disaster in Alaska Civil Aviation
By Gregory Liefer
Broken Wings is a history of Alaska aviation, encompassing numerous civil aircraft disasters over a period of 70 years. Derived from official accident reports, newspaper accounts, magazine articles and years of research, the author draws the reader into the true stories of aviation tragedy that have occurred in the Last Frontier.
Thirty-one accidents are detailed in this book by Liefer, a pilot and fifth-generation Alaska resident. Starting with the death of bush pilot Russel Merrill in 1929 and continuing through the year 2000, he describes both the causes of the accidents and, in some cases, the miraculous survival of some pilots and passengers. Many of the technical explanations are more easily understood by pilots than non-pilots.
Liefer is currently working on a book dealing with military aircraft accidents in Alaska and Western Canada.
More information is available from the book's publisher
Red Arrows Home Page
...2004 marks an important milestone in the history of the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, as we invite you to join us in celebrating the 40th display season of The Red Arrows. The 40th display season provides an excellent opportunity to look back on the achievements of the past, but it is also a time to consider what the future may hold for The Red Arrows. We are committed to ensuring that the Team live up to our motto of ‘Eclat’, meaning ‘Brilliance’, by representing the excellence of Royal Air Force skills, training and equipment. We sincerely hope that we will still be representing the Royal Air Force, the UK and the ‘Best of British’ when our 50th anniversary comes around.
Current Team members owe a great debt of gratitude to previous Teams; both aircrew and ground support personnel. Through their vision, dedication and enthusiasm, they created the culture of excellence for which The Red Arrows are renowned. Much has changed over the four decades that span The Red Arrows’ history but it is no coincidence that several key themes recur over the years; motivation, professionalism, self-discipline and teamwork. These individual qualities provide the foundations that have enabled successive Teams to represent the Royal Air Force to the highest possible standard.
Cirrus Associates: G-VFWE
...Well, G-VFWE 2004 (May 14th-16th) is now well and truly over and the organisers are still busy sorting out all the inevitable paperwork that follows such an event. However we are all agreed that this was the best in the series so far, helped to a large extent by the settled weather throughout most of the UK over the weekend. Nevertheless there were more aircraft prebooked to attend than ever before, and a first estimate of the total numbers that actually made it were about 550, although we are still working on the Air Traffic records.
Undoubted highlights included the appearance of the newly-restored Miles Hawk G-ADWT flown by Desmond Penrose, the DH Dragon G-ECAN flown by Henry Labouchere, the N/A Mustang G-SIJJ Jumping Jacques of Peter Teichman (who chose to attend in this rather than in his Beech Staggerwing) and the ever-widening selection of classic and vintage aircraft which are given an early-season airing by their doting owners.
Yet again we are pleased to report that there were no 'incidents', and post-event e-mails, letters and phone calls have been unanimous in their praise, which is extremely gratifying to the organisers, particularly Terry Booker, Chris Wood and myself, as we have devoted much time to the planning and execution of the event without knowing if the weather would affect it as it did last year.
Future meetings this year in which we are involved include a "60th Anniversary of D-Day" Fly-In at Cherbourg on Sunday June 13th, our usual Bank Holiday Fly-In at Henstridge on Saturday August 28th (a smaller but increasingly popular version of G-VFWE) and our usual vintage air park at the Yeovilton Air Show on Saturday 18th September. If you would like to attend any of these by air, please contact our Operations Manager, Terry Booker, as soon as you can (details below). PRIZEWINNERS AT G-VFWE 2004, ABINGDON
Judges: A. Ord-Hume (Chairman) and Ann Tilbury
Presenter: Sqdn Ldr N. Duke DSO, OBE, DFC (with two bars), AFC.
The Chairman made the following observations in his opening address: "Our task this year has been an immensely difficult one. We have been overwhelmed by the extremely high standard of presentation of your aircraft. Last year we felt it would be hard to better the level of individual achievement. This year makes last year look puny by comparison. The utter quality of restoration, preservation and presentation is outstanding; it is a tribute to you all."
Goleta Air and Space Museum, Home Page
Upcoming Events
There are several interesting events coming up in southern California this month:
June 12: Steam locomotive run, Los Angeles - San Bernardino
Union Pacific steam locomotive 3751, Bakersfield, December 29, 1991 Union Pacific steam locomotive 3751 will make an unassisted run from Union Station to San Bernardino to be displayed at the rededication of the depot. It will depart Union Station at 8:20 A.M. and arrive at the San Bernardino depot at 10:00 A.M. It will return to Union Station Sunday afternoon. Yeah, I know. It's neither Air nor Space related, but I like steam locomotives and I make all the arbitrary editorial decisions.
June 19: Delta-II/AURA launch
Delta II - ARGOS, Orsted, Sunsat February 23, 1999 NASA's Aura satellite is scheduled for launch from Vandenberg AFB on a Delta II booster at 3:01 A.M. It will be visible to observers all over Southern California and as far away as Arizona. If you don't see it by 3:05 A.M, you can go back to sleep because the launch window will have run out.
June 21: X-Prize attempt
Scaled Composites' SpaceShipOne will make the first privately funded flight to 100 Km altitude in an attempt to win the $10,000,000 Ansari X-Prize . To win the prize the team must make two flights to 100Km within two weeks.
Take-off of the White Knight mothership from the Mojave Airport is scheduled for 6:30 A.M. The public is invited to attend this historic event.
June 26-27: Van Nuys Aviation Expo
June 26-27: Ramona Airshow Benefit : The Air Fair began in 1995 as "Ramona Air Attack Base Open House", demonstrating the skills and characteristics of Fire Fighting Aircraft. Since then the event has grown into a full Air Show, attracting more than 30,000 spectators. Burt Rutan and Scale Composites
Burt Rutan and Scale Composites The X-Prize team of Burt Rutan and Scale Composites has been responsible for producing many novel and innovative aircraft. This display features several of his designs and products of Scale Composites.
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...NOTE TO UKRAINE MAYORS and OTHERS WHO CARE: I have re-published the pictures of your visit to Springfield in March. The first of three pages may be visited by clicking here.
the best air show in the midwest between Chicago and Scott, returns to Springfield, Illinois September 11 & 12, 2004.   Other performers confirmed for this event include John Mohr who will reprise his amazing airplane to helicopter mid-air transfer using Otto the Helicopter. Also booked are The X-Team: Jimmy Franklin in his Waco, Jim LeRoy in his Bulldog (much modified Pitts) and a firebreathing truck called Shockwave from the amazing Les Shockley. Otto will fly his new night show with incredible pyrotechnics from a Schweizer 300. Also confirmed is a Heritage Flight, a Raytheon T-6A Texan (Pilatus PC-9 derivative) and a Chinook flight demonstration. Additional talent is being sought and booked at this time.
June 4 -- Photo galleries are being upgraded,
      & nbsp; starting with the 90s Aircraft Gallery
June 3 -- New Model Aircraft Monthly and Air Enthusiast indexed
June 1 -- I have revamped most of the picture galleries and made them easier
      & nbsp; to navigate. To understand what this means,
      & nbsp;  click the new Modern Gallery
June 6 - -1942 -- Combat debut Hawker Hurricane IID with No. 6 Squadron
      ;   operating in North Africa. It proved an effective weapon with two
      & nbsp; 40mm cannon mounted under wings, against Rommel's tanks.
June 7 -  1894 -- Alexander de Seversky was born in Tbilisi, Russia.
June 8 - 1947 -- American Airlines began scheduled one-stop (at Gander)
         trans-Atlantic passenger service with a Douglas DC-6.
June 9 - 1944 --  Allied aircraft began operations from newly acquired bases in France.
June 10 - 1957 -- The J. Rock Flugzeugbau Krahe, a powered sailplane, built in
      & nbsp; Austria,  flew for  the first time. -- Also, Thea Chesley, a friend, was born
      & nbsp;  on this date (the year is classified) so if you know her, wish her a happy.
June 11 - 1948 -- U. S. Air Force fighter aircraft were re-designated from
      & nbsp; P for pursuit, to F for fighter.
June 12 - 1979 --Bryan Allen flew a Gossamer Albatross across the English Channel.
      ;    He was the first to make this flight in a human-powered airplane....
"If youre faced with a forced landing, fly the thing as far into the crash as possible."
          -- Bob Hoover...
ESA Portal
...Huygens... 'Music2Titan': sounds of a spaceprobe
4 June 2004    When ESA’s Huygens spaceprobe, travelling on board NASA's Cassini spacecraft en route to Saturn, lands on the planet's largest moon Titan in January 2005, not only will it carry a variety of scientific instruments, but also music ‘made in Europe’....
Swarm... A 'Swarm' of satellites for a unique look inside the Earth
3 June 2004    ESA PR 30-2004. ESA’s Earth Observation Programme Board has just decided which of the six Earth Explorer candidate missions, presented earlier in April at the User Consultation Meeting, will be developed and launched. Swarm, an Earth Explorer Opportunity Mission, is a constellation of satellites which will study the Earth’s magnetic field....
ESA Exhibit... ESA at the Universal Forum of Culture
3 June 2004    A new international event, the Universal Forum of Culture, has just opened in Barcelona, Spain. The three main themes are Cultural Diversity, Sustainable Development and Conditions for Peace....
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mentioning UFOs. Suspecting a cover-up, he vows to find out why his friend had to die. 
n stage and set to announce the shocking news at a Smithsonian Museum symposium, he is assassinated and the book disappears. Soon his daughter, gene researcher Dr. Molly Lavisch, becomes a target too.
Together in an uneasy alliance, Peter and Molly desperately race to recover the book and trade it for their lives as a secret CIA cadre and Saudi double agent and terrorist Bandar Bliss doggedly pursue them.  But a chance translation of the ...
Win a Norman Rockwell Man's First Step on the Moon Fine Art Print... Today for the July 20, 35th Anniversary Drawing...
CONGRESSMAN SUPPORTS WARBIRD RESTORER
A "Tootsie" Reprise
A Political "Hot Air Balloon"
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A New Mile-High Maiden
An Organization with a Different Take on Reported UFO vs Aircraft Encounters
THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AIRSHOW PAGE
: Edwards AFB airshow rescheduled, now Oct 02
Schedule updated Jun 04 2003 - reload for current issue 06/04-05 West Coast Antique Fly-In Merced CA FIC 06/05 Planes of Fame Spec Event Chino CA POF Air Power over Normandy 06/05 Hemet-Ryan Airshow Hemet CA ICA/CAZ CAF C-46 F8F Zero to be present 06/21 SpaceShipOne launch Mojave CA EM general public attendance info 09/25-26 * NAS Oceana Airshow Virginia Beach VA BAO/DSA BA 09/29 [event name unknown] Tucumcari NM SB SB 10/01-02 Corona AirFaire 2004 Corona CA FIC 10/02 Planes of Fame Spec Event Chino CA POF Naval Air Warfare, carrier-based aircraft 10/02 * Edwards AFB Airshow Edwards CA WWW 10/02-03 California Int'l Airshow Salinas CA USF/SB SB 
RAF Bentwaters RAF Woodbridge Twin Bases
... New 38 MMS reunion planned - organizer requests help.
AVweb: June 7, 2004
Firefighting Fleet Gets A Boost...
With the fire season already under way in the Western states (and 33 heavy water bombers grounded), the U.S. Forest Service last Wednesday said it is "reconfiguring" its firefighting fleet. The agency will contract with private companies for 139 additional aircraft, in an effort to make up for the 33 aging air tankers whose contracts were canceled last month after the NTSB raised safety concerns . The $66 million in new contracts will pay for up to 46 single-engine airtankers, 26 heavy helicopters, 45 medium helicopters and two Canadair CL 215 water bombers. In addition, eight U.S. military C-130 aircraft equipped with the Modular Airborne Firefighting System are available.
...As FAA Offers Guidelines For Getting Air Tankers Back In The Air...
Meanwhile, pressure is mounting to get those 33 tankers back in the air. "While the safe operations of these aircraft is of paramount importance, we cannot lose sight of the fact that lives on the ground are also at risk," Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said at a Senate hearing on the matter last Wednesday. The FAA responded with a set of guidelines that it says will help the Forest Service establish an effective maintenance and inspection program. Operators can start today to submit documentation to the FAA on each aircraft's flight history and maintenance for a safety review. Officials said the reviews might take 30 days or longer, and even then some of the tankers might not be allowed back into the air. (Much)
...But For Southwest States, Too Little Too Late
For the Southwest, the fire season is already peaking and will likely be over before any of the big tankers fly again. "The replacement planes and helicopters won't be enough," said Rep. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) last week. "We must get these air tankers back in service." The Southwest fire season usually ends when rains arrive in early July. The tankers are fast and can haul big loads of retardant, which can make a critical difference in the early stages of fighting a fire. The helicopters and single-engine craft "won't do the same job as the air tankers," said Jerry Williams, the Forest Service's national director of fire and aviation management. But helicopters have more flexibility and can make more frequent reloading trips to nearby water sources than can tankers, he said.
ARSA Seeks Data To Fight FAA On Drug-Testing Rule...
Dismayed by the FAA's newest plan to expand drug-testing programs for aviation maintenance workers, the Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) launched an industry survey last week to try to gather more information about the impact of the FAA proposal. ARSA said the FAA is "grossly understating both the number of companies [affected] and the economic impact the new rule would have." The FAA says its changes would impact about 300 companies, costing each one about $1,200 a year to test an average of 19 workers. ARSA says the proposal would affect many more companies and the costs would mount. Fears exist that ultimately that cost would trickle down throughout general aviation.
...FAA Says High Drug-Positive Rate For Maintenance Workers...
The survey, which is posted at ARSA's Web site, has a form for certificated repair stations and another form for non-certificated maintenance subcontractors. ARSA says participation is critical to its efforts to prevent the extension of drug and alcohol testing requirements. The deadline to participate is June 18. The FAA says the proposed changes are necessary because airlines are outsourcing more and more maintenance, and there is a high drug-positive rate for maintenance workers. About half of all positive drug- and alcohol-test results reported by aviation employers are for maintenance workers, the FAA said.
...As Pennsylvania Pilot Flies Through Loophole
While the FAA has rules about flying and drinking, those rules don't apply in criminal court. So when an allegedly drunk pilot raised havoc in the skies above Philadelphia
VATSIM.net - NOTAMS
...ATSIM congratulates all the controllers that put in the extra effort this month and moved up the ATC ladder. We also like to welcome back the 98 members that had their accounts reactivated! To see the promotion list click here
Flying Tiger Bulletin Board
...Wright-Patterson Air Force Museum...
Kermit Weeks' Fantasy of Flight Museum...
Michigan Military Air, Land, & Sea Museum...
Palm Springs Air Museum
EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2004
...NAFI Gears Up For AirVenture...
June 3, 2004 - The National Association of Flight Instructors (NAFI) has much planned this year for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, centered at the NAFI Flight Instructor Headquarters tent. HQ will again be located just west of the Wearhouse on Knapp Street, adjacent to Convention Headquarters ... ...
Meet, Greet Aviation Writers at Author's Corner...
June 3, 2004 - Imagine having the opportunity to shake hands and speak with your favorite aviation author. It’s an everyday occurrence during EAA AirVenture at Author's Corner. Anyone can meet and greet some of today’s most well-read aviation writers, and have them personally sign copies of their work. Located in the EAA Wearhouse, Author’s Corner features war heroes, innovators, biographers, historians, how-to experts and more ...
The Boeing 737 Technical Site
... Systems - New toothed outflow valve photograph.
The International Cessna 195 Club
...  ... Roger Currier's Twin Cessna 195 Seaplanes in ...
African Pilot (africanpilot) Serious about Flying - Magazine for aviation enthusiast, aircraft / aeroplane / helicopter owner, pilot, aircraft engineer. Find aviation photography, pics of planes, aerobatic images and pictures of helicopters. Flying images taken by Athol Franz in South Africa.
...Over the past two and a half years we have produced 25 editions of African Pilot. During our first year we published alternate monthly in order that the aviation community would accept the new magazine. Since then African Pilot has grown into one of the most important aviation magazines, surpassing our own expectations in terms of size, sales, distribution and support from the aviation community. We intended to bring you, our readers a monthly magazine that was not only refreshing, but also rather different to what the aviation market had become accustomed to. Market research has shown that most quality magazines have moved away from old-fashioned news style reporting with poor pictures to the coffee table look with superb photography whilst at the same time providing quality reader entertainment. Presidential Inauguration Flight
In this edition Capt. Johnny Woods, chief pilot of South African Airways, takes you behind the scenes of the planning and organisation of the most successful Presidential Inauguration Flight of an Airbus A340-600 and two Boeing 747 classic aircraft in formation. This flight is probably another one-off that is unlikely to ever be repeated anywhere in the world again. South Africa’s top aviation photographer, Frans Dely, took the superb centre spread photographs using one of the Sasol L-29s flown by Martin van Straten as an aerial platform. 
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...POLLY HAS BEEN VOTED PILOT OF THE YEAR BY THE READERS OF FLYER MAGAZINE AND WAS PRESENTED WITH HER AWARD AT AEROFAIR, NORTH WEALD RECENTLY.
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Airlines Want ANOTHER Taxpayer Bailout!!!                 &nbs p;          &nbs p;                    As Bill Sees It: (Editorial): Will Politicians Continue To Feed Airlines Taxpayer Money Habit?
May 30,  2004 #274
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...August 14-15 Westover ARB , Chicopee, MA
August 18 Atlantic City Airshow, Atlantic City, NJ
October 16-17 Wings Over Houston, Ellington Field, Houston TX
Last Updated: Saturday, June 05, 2004
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...World's largest airport bridge...
World's largest airport bridge The skyline of Gatwick Airport changed forever this week when a 32 metre high passenger bridge linking the North Terminal to the new Pier 6 development was moved into place. The bridge ...
A spate of diving incidents...
A spate of diving incidents Early on 30 May Portland Coastguard received a call from the Dive Boat PTO, which had 2 overdue divers half a mile south of St Albans Head. A Coastguard helicopter, the Swanage all-weather ...
Aircraft crashed during night approach in snow...
Aircraft crashed during night approach in snow On 23 May at 2113 local, a Piper PA-30 was destroyed when it impacted terrain during the VOR DME approach to Uinta County-Burns Field, Evanston, Wyoming. The airline ...
MAIB 2003 Report published...
MAIB 2003 Report published The UK Marine Accident Investivgation Branch has published its Annual Report 2003. It can be downloaded as a ...
Two killed in glider crash...
Two killed in glider crash A pilot and passenger were killed when their glider crashed into a field near Maltby le Marsh, Lincolnshire, around midday on 26 May.
The glider was found in an oilseed rape field ...
Aircraft crashed on approach...
Aircraft crashed on approach On 25 May a DHC-6 Twin Otter 300 cargo aircraft of Yeti Airlines hit terrain on initial approach to Lukla Airport, Nepal. The 3 crew were killed.
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EAA Sport Pilot Magazine and Sport Pilot Information
...Sport Pilot Rule Returned to OMB
June 3, 2004 - The sport pilot/light-sport aircraft rulemaking package has been returned to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for final approval. OMB's website acknowledges receipt of the rule on June 1, 2004. No deadline for final action is listed on the website. However, when EAA Vice President of Government and Industry Affairs Earl Lawrence visited OMB, along with fellow ASTM Committee chairmen Phillip Lockwood and Eric Tucker, they stressed the need for swift approval of the rule.
The rule, which had been withdrawn from the Office of Management and Budget by FAA in late March, is now back at OMB for what is hoped to be the final review before publication. FAA had withdrawn the rule to answer questions presented by OMB, in a procedural move that would keep the rule on-track instead of creating a major setback if it was completely rejected by OMB. This advancement is another major step forward for the rule. Once OMB approves the rulemaking package, it will be returned to FAA for publication in the Federal Register . This year's AirVenture event will include a major focus on sport pilot as it provides an exciting opportunity for growth in many areas of the aviation community.
EAA will continue to monitor the rule's progress and report any news as soon as it's available.
Met Office homepage - The home of the Met Office on the internet
...Transit of Venus | 4 Jun 2004
Met Office forecasters are saying that the weather looks set to give most watchers a reasonable chance of seeing Venus move across the Sun's disc....
Thank the Gods of war... | 1 Jun 2004
The weather played a vital part in events 60 years ago this week... ...
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May 2004
A dry month across most parts, the main exception being the far south-east, which experienced above average rainfall. Sunshine was close to, or above average across all areas. Mean temperatures were again above average across the whole of the UK, with the highest anomaly over eastern Scotland.
Monthly assessment Contoured maps Regional average
Temperature ranged from -3 °C to 20 °C at Altnaharra on 27th. Met Office London recorded a temperature of 25.3 °C on 19th....
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...Around Britain Air Rally
FSD to benefit from Richard Crosby's flight around Britain
Richard Crosby, with another member of the Cotswold Aero Club, is participating in the Around Britain Air Rally. They will be taking off from Gloucestershire airport on 10 June for the official start at Sywell the next day.
Richard, who is a keen supporter of RIAT, said that his conscience would not allow him to undertake such a self indulgent trip without at least trying to help someone else experience the magic of flight! And fortunately for us he has very kindly offered to raise funds for FSD during the ten days or so that the trip will take.
Details of the route that he and the other pilots will be taking can be found on www.abar.info We wish him God speed and safe landings. 
...The highly sought after Alouette sweatshirts are still available at a low low price of £8.50 and polo shirts £10.50. The Baseball Caps we bought in just before the Air Fair proved to be popular and were all sold very quickly. There have been several requests for caps since then, so more are on order. We also have Alouette sew-on badges. Merchandise is available from Paul Hawkins, he is normally at the Club most Wednesday evenings, or can be contacted on 07831 373261. Caps are £5-50 each. Badges are £2-25 each.
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Boeing Business Jets: The Ultimate Business Jet
... a Boeing Business Jet completed the first North Atlantic flight by a business jet equipped with the Future Air Navigation System (FANS), a system that streamlines communication between airplane crews and air-traffic controllers. The non-stop eight-hour, 4,000 nautical mile flight from Gary, Indiana to Geneva, Switzerland was part of a North Atlantic Traffic trial being conducted by the FANS Central Monitoring Agency. “Using FANS in private and business aviation can add another layer of safety and efficiency in the global air transportation system,” said Lee Monson, Boeing Business Jets president.
Bombardier Aerospace
...Bombardier Aerospace has Powerful Presence at Airex 2004 ...
Cessna In the News
...CITATION SOVEREIGN RECEIVES TYPE CERTIFICATION...
CJ3: Cessna's First EASA Certified Airplane
The Warbird's Forum: AVG Flying Tigers, Brewster Buffaloes, Flying Wings, Japan at War, Vietnam, and other bloody stuff
...The JAAF histories: last battles in Burma
The JAAF histories: duel at Loiwing
Differences between the Brewster F2A and the British 339
On flying the F-102A Delta Dagger (Walt BJ)
Flying Tigers items being auctioned on eBay New & updated at my other websites:
Piper Cub Forum: The Tiger Cub Ultralight
Events of interest to Cub drivers
FI2004 News
...Royal Aeronautical Society Farnborough 2004 Summer Reception and Buffet
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