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Boeing tours ecoDemonstrator, tests ceramic engine nozzle

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Boeing’s ecoDemonstrator is back – but this time the company is using a 787 for the role rather than the polished aluminum 737-800 which it leased from American Airlines for the first ecoDem mission in 2012. The first task for the aircraft, Boeing’s fourth 787 development unit ZA004, was an evaluation of an engine nozzle made from Oxide-Oxide ceramic matrix composite (CMC). (aviationweek.com) More...

(Video) Mississippi Delta Crop Duster pilot

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The world of crop dusting cotton in the Mississippi Delta flying a dual cockpit Stearman (Skip to 2m35s for flying part) (vimeo.com) More...

Boeing Struggles to Find Buyers for Early Version Dreamliners

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Aerospace Company Has Tough Time Unloading 787s Built at the Height of Its Problems With Plane Design and Supply Chain Snafus (online.wsj.com) More...

Red Bull Air Force pilot Hannes Arch takes us on a wild ride over the beautiful landscape of the Austrian Alps.

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The gut wrenching video take us through an aerobatic flight over the Austrian Alps with Hannes Arch. (Phew I am still dizzy writing this. (youtu.be) More...

Bombardier CSeries hits more turbulence

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Bombardier Inc. will have to find another CSeries jet buyer to become the plane's first operator after Sweden's Braathens Aviation AB said it's seeking changes to its delivery schedule. Braathens agreed in 2011 to order 10 of Bombardier's CSeries jets in a pact valued at $665 million, based on list prices. The accord also contained options for a further 10 aircraft, boosting its potential value to about $1.37 billion, Bombardier said at the time. Bombardier didn't disclose a timeline for the… (www.montrealgazette.com) More...

Edwards, NASA say goodbye to historic landmark

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A structure synonymous with NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center for the past 38 years, the grey-colored space shuttle Mate-Demate Device (MDD) at Edwards Air Force Base is being dismantled and demolished as a part of the final chapter in the U.S. space shuttle program. The decision comes three years after the shuttle program ended and six years since it last supported turnaround operations after the last shuttle landing at Edwards. (www.af.mil) More...