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Aviation History Snapshot: The Golden Age Aviation History Snapshot: The Golden Age

The Pan American Airways China Clipper, a Martin M-130, flies over San Francisco in 1936.

This Date in Aviation History: September 15 - September 18 This Date in Aviation History: September 15 - September 18

Welcome to This Date in Aviation History, getting of you caught up on milestones, important historical events and people in aviation from September 15 through September 18.

Textron Scorpion Textron Scorpion

I am just sharing this because I thought some of you would also find this interesting. I was not aware of this and the other similar aircraft.

Seent a Flying thing tonight Seent a Flying thing tonight

The 388th out of Hill were doing a 4 jet flyover of a game tonight and they were just doing loops right over my house, for about an hour. and I mean RIGHT over my house. probably 2000 feet AGL and straight over. Fun to see the F35A’s looking pretty and not just story fodder.

The New Ride The New Ride

The A220/CS100 came out of paint this week and the company released pics. It’s a good looking plane and I think passengers are going to like it. Pilots are going to love it. Huge windows, clean flight deck and plenty of power.

This Date in Aviation History: September 12 - September 14 This Date in Aviation History: September 12 - September 14

Welcome to This Date in Aviation History, getting of you caught up on milestones, important historical events and people in aviation from September 12 through September 14.

Flight 93 National Memorial Flight 93 National Memorial

Started at first as a local effort, the memorial for the passengers and crew who died on Flight 93 on September 11, 2001 eventually became a National Memorial as part of the National Park Service. I took these photos during two separate visits to the memorial, before the visitor’s center had been completed.…

This Date in Aviation History: September 8 - September 11 This Date in Aviation History: September 8 - September 11

Welcome to This Date in Aviation History, getting of you caught up on milestones, important historical events and people in aviation from September 8 through September 11.

This Date in Aviation History: September 11, 2001 This Date in Aviation History: September 11, 2001

September 11, 2001 – Terrorists hijack four commercial airliners and use them to attack the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. A fourth attack targeting Washington, DC is thwarted by passengers.

I Just Wanna Go Fast I Just Wanna Go Fast

One of Canada’s largest airshows is this weekend and it’s a blast. Just a tad chilly though.

Private jet planespotting Christmas [Updated] Private jet planespotting Christmas [Updated]

On any given day there’s between zero and three private jets at the Westover municipal terminal. Today is not any given day. Today is enshrinement day at the Basketball Hall of Fame. Players, coaches, owners, and others all flying in. The result is this.

This Date in Aviation History: September 5 - September 7 This Date in Aviation History: September 5 - September 7

Welcome to This Date in Aviation History, getting of you caught up on milestones, important historical events and people in aviation from September 5 through September 7.

DOTS Planelopnik  DOTS Planelopnik 

So I was sent to a show about private jets, helicopters... So I went to the San Jose Airport and these were there. I also saw a Piaggio Avanti down the way but it was too far and half blocked to take a pic, unmistakable nose on that one. I forget what this Air Force people mover is, any planelopnik jalops know?

Sweet ride Sweet ride

Beauty of a Cirrus SR-22T at the airport this evening. A check of the tail number shows it's brand new, having been registered less than three months, and it belongs to Cirrus themselves.

Cardbrrrrrrrrrrrrrt Cardbrrrrrrrrrrrrrt

Yeah I know it’s actually foam board and plywood, sorry for the misleading title.

The Grumman XF4F-3S Wildcatfish: Cats never did like water The Grumman XF4F-3S Wildcatfish: Cats never did like water

From the Planes You’ve (Probably) Never Heard Of Department of Wingspan, we bring you the Grumman XF4F-3S Wildcatfish.

Ooh, split scimitar winglets Ooh, split scimitar winglets

Today’s transport to San Diego is a Delta 737-900ER...:

This Date in Aviation History: September 1 - September 4 This Date in Aviation History: September 1 - September 4

Welcome to This Date in Aviation History, getting of you caught up on milestones, important historical events and people in aviation from September 1 through September 4.

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