Tag: Experimental Aircraft Association

EAA P-64 engines runs for the first time in decades

The North American P-64 of the EAA AirVenture Museum was started by Paul Poberezny on February 8, this being the first time after 25 years of static display. Source: EAA

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F-16 and FJ-4B Fury run off the runway at Oshkosh

A USAF F-16 Falcon ran off the runway at Oshkosh yesterday, resulting in the nosewheel collapsing. The pilot was unhurt. Some time later, the FJ-4B Fury owned and flown by Dr Richard Sugden also overran the runway and came to a halt near the F-16 with no further damage. It seems that Sugden had reported …

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Unique Blue Angels Mustang for sale

A unique Ford Mustang will be auctioned at EAA’s Gathering of Eagles July 28, 2011. Clik here for more info about the car.

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EAA Bleriot XI first flight

EAA’s reproduction of a 1909 Bleriot XI, powered by a 1909 Anzani engine, made its maiden flight on Sunday June 5, 2011 in Oshkosh. The pilot was Tom Hegy. Read the report on the EAA website. Also of interest are the photo gallery and the test plan.

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