Archive | July, 2006

Cutaways at Farnborough

Well, Farnborough has once again come and gone and just like Christmas, you wait all year for it to arrive and then it’s over in a couple of days. While it already seems like a distant memory or something I watched on TV, the show was a classic one, with the UK flying debuts for […]

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Praise from Seattle

It’s sometimes difficult to know how any enhancements we make to the website will go down with readers or users. So it was nice today, when the editor of Flight International , Murdo Morrison, received the following email: Dear Mr. Morrison, I want to thank you for putting Flight’s collection of photos, cutaways and other […]

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I never knew there was so much to it!

Hi, and welcome to the Flight Archive. I thought I would share with you some of the thoughts that have passed through the ‘old grey cells’ whilst working with the images of the Flight archive. On the first occasion of visiting the archive, I knew I had to look up as a personal priority, a […]

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Experimental types

Good news – the experimental and prototype picture collection is now live here. Let us know what you think of the pictures.

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Updated pages now live

We have just released an update version of the picture archive and cutaways gallery pages. If you click on the “Image Archive” logo on the right hand side you will now be taken back to the main page. Click on the “Flight” logo on the left and you will be taken back to the home […]

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Joe’s Intro

Hello world and welcome to the first of my cutaway blogs! As you may have already seen we have just launched the cutaway section of the Flightglobal.com archives project, if you have not seen it, then please feel free to visit at: Cutaways This cutaway section will slowly grow over the coming months to include […]

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Changes…

In order to make it in time for Farnborough we rushed through the gallery software for our picture archive. Modifications and improvements are on the way starting, hopefully, tomorrow. We’re improving the navigation and adding tags so the search engines will hopefully pick us up. We know we haven’t got captions yet; we’re working on […]

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Welcome to the Flight Archive Project

Welcome to the very first post on this blog which will chart the progress of our unique experiment to make our archives available online. Flight is lucky enough to have one of the very finest aviation archives in the world and it has long been a frustration that we have not been able to share this resource […]

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