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B-29 Superfortress Doc restored to flying condition

Aviation eBrief | Jul 20, 2016

The World War II-era B-29 Superfortress known as Doc has been undergoing a lengthy restoration process. The aircraft completed its first flight at McConnell Air Force Base and is now the second of only two flying B-29s. Disciples of Flight (07/19) AOPA Online (07/18)


Airbus considers 19-seat GA version of hybrid-electric E-Fan

Aviation eBrief | Jul 22, 2016

AOPA, Garmin bring lower cost avionics to certificated aircraft

Aviation eBrief | Jul 25, 2016

One-of-a-kind Super Seawind to land in Oshkosh

Aviation eBrief | Jul 22, 2016

New Textron single-engine turboprop to be called Cessna Denali

Aviation eBrief | Jul 25, 2016

Textron could end Citation Mustang production due to low demand

Aviation eBrief | Jul 21, 2016

Cessna airplanes converted for military use

Aviation eBrief | Jul 25, 2016

Pilot says flying Helldiver is "very enjoyable"

Aviation eBrief | Jul 21, 2016

Ferry pilot flying is tough, but has many rewards

Aviation eBrief | Jul 26, 2016

China builds world's largest seaplane for marine missions, forest fires

Aviation eBrief | Jul 25, 2016


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