A small private plane with only an “unresponsive” pilot on board crashed into the Gulf of Mexico Thursday after circling for more than two hours, U.S. officials said. The U.S. air force had scrambled two F-15 fighter jets to intercept and monitor the Cessna 421 aircraft, which was headed from the southern state of Louisiana [...]
Archive for April, 2012
The Transition, made by Massachusetts-based Terrafugia, features two seats, four wheels and retractable wings, and was unveiled at the New York International Auto Show over the weekend. There are currently 100 pre-orders for the Transition, which equals a waiting list of two-to-three years at Terrafugia’s small production facility. With a full tank of Premium 91-octane [...]
Lucky Arturo Valdenegro, from Tucson, Arizona, USA became the envy of schoolboys and girls the world over recently when he won a competition to build a giant paper aeroplane. Twelve year-old Arturo triumphed in a local newspaper competition by flying his own (standard-sized) plane further than his classmates. His reward was being on the project [...]
Concorde’s have been retired since 2003 but some of you may not understand why it retired. The resulting reason why it retired was because of a crash in France that was caused by a fault in the system. So you ask yourself why they didn’t just fix the fault? The answer to the question is [...]
Scientist have revealed designs of what they like to call the Sonic Boom Boy and could be flying to and from London in the near future. They have built this design to try and eliminate the problems the Concorde had previously and the major problem that it did have was the sonic boom it created. [...]
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