EAA AirVenture Program Uses Power Of Flying To Grow Leadership
In Young Women
Thirty-seven inspirational women aviators devoted three full
days this week at AirVenture, mentoring ninety-four young women
(grades 9 - 12) about aviation careers as part of EAA's sixth
annual Women Soar You Soar.
A Visit To The Control Tower Cab, Fisk, And A MOOCOW
It's no secret that for one week each year, Wittman Regional
Airport in Oshkosh, WI, transforms from a quiet Class Delta
airspace to one of the busiest airports in the world. Sorting out
all the traffic that arrives, departs, or flies by Oshkosh falls to
the dedicated air traffic controllers from across America.
Norman Surplus Departs Thailand After Three Month Delay
An adventure sportsman is re-starting his attempt to be the
first to fly an gyrocopter around the globe to achieve a world
record. He planned to depart Thailand on Sunday, August 1st,
at 0700 local time.
Bombardier Learjet And KS Governor Reach Financing
Kansas Governor Mark Parkinson (R) and Bombardier Business
Aircraft President Steve Ridolfi, announced the details Friday of a
formal agreement that will secure production of the all-new midsize
Learjet 85 aircraft at Bombardier Learjet in Wichita.
"We need to motivate and get kids excited to carry the
innovative spirit into the next century. The most rewarding thing
you will ever do is achieve something others said were
impossible." Source: Burt Rutan of