FlightBlogger questions the authenticity of the image of a merged airline livery taken by a cell phone camera and posted on Flickr.
It looks as though it shows "the first United/Continental merged livery in the flesh. It is believed that a Continental 737-900ER (N53442) is the first to receive the new merged colors and by the looks of that photo, it certainly is a -900ER. What do you think?"
See the picture accompanying the story about the unveiling of Poland's first modernised PZL-130 Orlik trainer, dubbed the Orlik TC-II.
The aircraft features a Pratt & Whitney PT6-25C engine, which replaces its original Walter M601T, plus new wings, Garmin avionics and rearranged cockpit instruments.
A British team proved flapless flight is possible with the Demon UAV, an adapted BAE Systems Eclipse. It flew with its flight control surfaces deactivated during a portion of the flight to test a new aerodynamic circulation control system.
The DEW Line has a funny video showing how a Japanese P-3C kills a Chinese or possibly North Korean submarine, by using mini vehicles operated by children and AirSpace user apgphoto has uploaded images to his gallery of the Gordon Bennett Gas Balloon Race, the oldest balloon race which was launched for the first time from the UK.
Follow the links from the Flight Blog post to see how Flight covered the event in the archives.