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The Concordski and other fantastically terrible Soviet airplanes

Aviation eBrief | May 26, 2016

Between 1917 and 1991, the Soviet Union contributed a wide variety of aircraft designs, including some of the world's fastest airplanes and some of the worst. There's the Tupolev Tu-144 also known as the Concordski, which made its first flight shortly before the Concorde but was completely redesigned for production, and the Kalinin K-7, which flew only briefly. Hush-Kit blog (05/25) PopularMechanics.com (05/25)


How a Georgia Tech student designed an electric airplane for NASA

Aviation eBrief | May 25, 2016

Do you plan to take a family trip in an airplane this summer?

Aviation eBrief | May 23, 2016

Fla. airport says portable hangars could collapse in a storm

Aviation eBrief | May 24, 2016

HondaJet begins European deliveries following EASA certification

Aviation eBrief | May 24, 2016

FAA works to streamline medical certification

Aviation eBrief | May 24, 2016

Pilatus PC-24 makes first public appearance at EBACE

Aviation eBrief | May 26, 2016

Senate passes DOT/FAA spending bill

Aviation eBrief | May 20, 2016

Gulfstream G650ER sets speed record from Sydney to L.A.

Aviation eBrief | May 20, 2016

From rusty pilot to first officer

Aviation eBrief | May 24, 2016


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