The Helicopter Museum in Weston-super-Mare on the Bristol Channel Coast in the United Kingdom bills itself as the “World’s Largest Dedicated Helicopter Museum,” and it aims to get even larger. The current facility is house […]
Reported earlier today in the Otago Daily Times, at Wanaka Airport on the South Island of New Zealand, police are investigating the source of a bullet apparently fired from a “military-style weapon” that penetrated a […]
Golden Apple Operations’ North American F86A Sabre 48-178 has just recently completed engine runs at Aircraft Restoration Company’s facility at Duxford, UK following an 18 month rebuild of the machines General Electric J47-13 jet engine, […]
The restoration of Hawker Hurricane XII 5547, registration number C-GGAJ under the care of Vintage Wings of Canada from Gatteneau, Quebec is reporting progress. The plane, acquired in 2006 has been making slow but steady […]
Running until the the end of September 2013, the Finnish Aviation Museum in Vantaa, Finland is staging an exhibition celebrating 70 years of Messerschmitts in Finland. While during World War II, the Finns allied with […]
Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre in East Kirby, UK has recently had the number 2 fuel tank out for overhaul and to allow inspection of the inner wing condition on their Avro Lancaster, registration number NX611.
The volunteers from Marietta Museum of History’s Aviation Wing of Marietta, Georgia had an exciting day last week as work was begun to prepare the museums’s latest acquisition for transport back to their facility, a […]
North American P-51D Mustang 44-73656, registration N2151D is, as of writing, being crated-up in Illinois for shipment to France for her new owner, noted air show aviator, Frédéric Akary.
The latest acquisition of the Warhawk Air Museum was delivered to the museum’s facility at Nampa Municipal Airport in Nampa, Idaho yesterday, a Lockheed F-104 Starfighter. The world’s first combat aircraft capable of sustained Mach […]