The Discovery Crew woke up at 2030 EDT and immediately began
preparing for a planned 0447 landing at Kennedy Space Center Monday
Morning. A mission full of tense moments will hopefully come to a
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Canada Will See Your Aging Aircraft And Raise You Almost 50,000
by Aero-News Senior Correspondent Kevin R.C. "Hognose"
The oldest, or at least the most worn, Lockheed Hercules in the
world is still flying in Canada at over 45,000 hours. That's enough
flying time that, at cruise speed, CC-130 number 315 could have
gone to the moon and back -- sixty times.
"I've been in aviation all my life," Jim Collom, developer of
Holley Mountain Airpark, proudly recalled. "I've loved it since I
was 3 years old. I went right out of high school into pilot's and
mechanic's school in Waco, Texas."
Northwest Airlines flight attendants filed a petition with the
Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday voicing concerns that
safety and security information was being released to nonemployees.
Specifically, the complaint is aimed at trainees not yet hired by
You couldn't make this stuff up. On July 27th, not quite in time
for the shuttle launch, the Army (of all organizations)
successfully tested a newly developed system that detects even the
most minute development of ice on Space Shuttle main tanks.
The small plane carrying two elderly flyers was discovered
Friday by hikers near Kremmling, Colorado, not far from where it
had departed after refueling. The plane, and the remains of
Claiborne Courtright, 81, and William Duffy, 77, were found in Gore
Canyon, about four miles southwest of Kremmling.
The Canadian Coast Guard has joined in a search for a missing
pilot, Ness Amano, last seen July 24th departing Sault Ste. Marie
airport in his small Cessna. The search did not begin until he
failed to return to his Marathon dental practice on Tuesday
The Federal Aviation Administration has recertified Air Jamaica
and domestic carrier Air Jamaica Express after completing a review
of the operating manuals, procedures, resources, organizational
structures and facilities of the island's two major airlines.
Can you imagine flying to the Bahamas for a weekend of fun with
a group of other pilots? A guided escape to the Exumas is one of
the next exciting trips planned by Thierry (Terry) Pouille of Air
"The fines have been
Source: Transport and Works Minister Robert
Pickersgill to the Jamaica Observer after the FAA reaffirmed
Category One status to the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority (JCAA),
the local aviation body.