Archive | August, 2008
The GB Olympics team lands back at London Heathrow following a successful Beijing Olympic Games in a specially painted gold-nosed British Airways Boeing 747.
An Itek Air Boeing 737-200 which crashed yesterday near Bishkek had sought to return to the capital’s Manas International Airport because of a technical problem. Sixty-five of the 90 people on board the aircraft were killed after it attempted an emergency landing near the town of Dzhangi-Dzher in the country’s northern Sokuluk district. To read […]
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E. P. Hetzel trying out the paraglider system of spacecraft recovery, then under consideration for Project Gemini .It was the first manned test of the recovery system at what became NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards, California. Read more on Hyperbola
On AirSpace, we have snapped a Google Maps’ image of ten International Airports around the world. Each week one of those images will be revealed, and the person who guesses the quickest each week (by commenting on week three’s photograph on AirSpace with IATA code) will win an exclusive brand new AirSpace t-shirt.
TAM Airlines has taken delivery of the first of eight Boeing 777-300ER long-range widebody twinjets on firm order. Read more on the Boeing 777
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