Two cosmonauts and a 'tourinaut' are well on their way to the
International Space Station. NASA reports Commander Fyodor
Yurchikhin and cosmonaut Oleg Kotov of the 15th International Space
Station crew launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at
1331 EDT Saturday, to begin a six-month stay aboard.
Corroborating the adage that you can't make everyone happy
all of the time, the FAA's newly revised proposed changes to its
plan to reroute traffic leaving PHL to reduce aircraft noise on the
ground has once again been met with local criticism.
Ever Wonder What A Missile Looks Like RIGHT Before Impact?
Sources within the US Navy tell ANN the successful first test of
a submarine torpedo tube-launched Tomahawk Block IV cruise missile
was conducted at the Navy's missile range off the coast of southern
California March 26.
All things considered, it didn't take long for Embry Riddle
Aeronautical University to pull itself up by the
bootstraps and develop a plan to not only replace buildings on
its Daytona Beach campus that were destroyed by December's
tornadoes that ravaged parts of Volusia County, but to fast track
expansion projects already on the table.
Advertising and Broadcasting Planned For 153-Foot Long
Airship manufacturer Worldwide Aeros Corp announced the
successful first flight, March 27, of its FAA Type Certified Aeros
40D Sky Dragon airship, "the most technologically advanced on the
market," according to the company.
It was an unhappy Easter-weekend for about 180 passengers,
whose flight was cancelled Friday because of some X-rated
language the pilot tossed out on board a Northwest Airlines flight
bound for Detroit from Las Vegas.
IATA Urges Asia's Greater Leadership Role In Shaping Global
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) Friday urged
one of the major players in the aviation world, Asia, to take a
greater leadership role in shaping what is now a global aviation
The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA was a
government agency that was started in 1917. NACA guided research in
aeronautics until 1958 when its name was changed to the National
Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).