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Becoming a Stunt Pilot

Becoming a Stunt Pilot

Are you fascinated by the pilots and aviation? Then you should soon be learning this fantastic stunt. A lot of you must have attended a lot of stunt shows. They must have performed crazy stunts to entertain all of you.The stunts are always a fascination. Here is a chance to learn it up yourself. The […]

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Barnstormers

Barnstormers

The books lovers must have read the books Illusions and A Gift of wings by the author Richard Bach. The books lovers who have read these two books will tell you how fantastic the Barnstormer in the past was. The Barnstorming was that which involved bravery and courage. There have always been aviators with planes, […]

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Biplane Rides

Biplane Rides

A biplane is an aircraft which has two wings one upon the other. This was probably the first ever aircraft to fly. They are far more advantageous for a comfortable ride for two. The Biplane rides or tours have been popular for a long time now. The season is now, and the biplanes are in […]

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Barnstormer’s tour

Barnstormer’s tour

Barnstormer is a kind of entertainment where the pilots perform classic tricks while flying out in the air. The American tour of barnstormers was reintroduced in two thousand and six with just seventeen aero planes. The response for the trip was excellent. This response led to the confirmation that people still loved to the beautiful […]

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1935 Fairchild 22 – NC14768

1935 Fairchild 22 – NC14768

The Fairchild 22 NC14768 was built by the Fairchild Aircraft Company in Hagerstown, MD in 1935. One of the several Model 22 variants, this aircraft originally had a Wright Gipsy 90 HP engine but was converted to a 125 HP Menasco Super Pirate engine when the aircraft was restored. Fairchild Model 22s are now very […]

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1929 Waco ATO – NC8565

1929 Waco ATO – NC8565

Owner/Pilot: Dennis Guentzel Waco Taperwing s/n A-83 was born 4/49/29 and delivered to its first owner, famous race pilot Johnny Livingston. Its original registration was NC8568. Records are sketchy, at best, but they show a transfer to a gentleman in Illinois a few years later. It was so registered until acquisition by Russ Gage, Canton, […]

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1928 Travel Air 6-B (6000) – NC9038

1928 Travel Air 6-B (6000) – NC9038

Owner/Pilot: Hank Galpin Co-pilot: Ray Sanders Hank Galpin On rainy days in college Hank Galpin could often be found high in the upper reaches of Yale’s Sterling Memorial Library. There he found treasure in the aviation section: Saint Exupery, Ernie Gann, and Slats Rodgers’ “Old Soggy No. 1”. Hank learned to fly with Yale Aviation, […]

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