Tagged: Federal Aviation Administration

The Moss Super Q.E.D. II… And So It Is Proven

“Quod Erat Demonstrandum”, a Latin phrase which translates into English as “what was to be proved” has a universally accepted acronym: “Q.E.D.”. This is attributed to the Greek mathematician Euclid… and Euclidean geometry. It is used at the end...

Atlantic City, NJ Thunder over the Boardwalk Air Show 2014

Grab the kids, grab the cooler, grab the beach blanket, chairs and umbrella, and let’s head to the beach. It’s time for the twelfth annual Atlantic City, NJ “Thunder over the Boardwalk” Air Show; a mid-week, family fun, non-stop...

TransNorthern Aviation, Flying Alaska On Demand

According to the Alaskan Department of Transportation, 82% of towns and communities in their state are not connected by roads, and only 2% of the state’s land mass is accessible by roadway. Little wonder then that there are over...

Cable Airshow 2014

January in Southern California means airshow season has officially started with the annual Cable Airshow. The 2014 Cable Air Show is celebrating its 39th year at the Cable Airport with its usual lineup of aerobatics, classic aircraft, cars and of course Warbirds from World War II. This year’s positive message to the community was

Van Nuys Airport – Community Day

Saturday, August 31st, 2013 marked the eighty fifth anniversary of the Van Nuys Airport (VNY) as well as the grand opening of a $20.5 million project to improve Van Nuys Airport’s historic 8,000-foot main runway — One Six Right...

Meet the C.O.

This is the first in a series, where we informally sit down and speak with the Commanding Officer of various military units. Simply called the C.O. he/she is responsible for everything, and I do mean everything that happens within...

Respect the Airplane, Or the Guppy Will Bite You!

Michael Robinson is the newest Flight Engineer aboard NASA’s Super Guppy transport, the bulbous amalgam of 1940’s aviation technology, 1960’s entrepreneurial spirit, and Airbus Industries’ 1970’s answer for moving large airplane parts around Europe.   NASA displayed the sole airworthy...