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Volume 26, Number 23a
June 5, 2019
 
 
Best of the Web: D-Day Doll In Normandy
As part of AVweb's coverage of the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion, we're sweeping the web for informative videos about the event and the participating aircraft. This video by the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force tells the story of D-Day Doll.    Read this article
AVweb Normandy Visit: Gliders Of D-Day
The combat glider was an integral part of Operation Neptune, the airborne component of Operation Overlord which celebrates its 75th anniversary this week in Normandy.    Read this article
That’s All, Palimpsest
The D-Day invasion had millions of moving parts, many of them human. In today's blog, Paul Berge recalls what his Dad did during the war.   Read this article
EAA: Rutan To Be Celebrated At Oshkosh
Burt Rutan will be celebrated and heard at Oshkosh this year, taking part in a Theater in the Woods event on Thursday and three daytime forums during the show week. Read this article




KLM to Fund Development of "Flying-V" Airliner
It seems likely that Boeing or Airbus will continue to dominate large-airliner design, but not if KLM has anything to do with it. The Dutch national airline announced that it is helping fund the development  Read this article




Horten HX-2 Flying Wing to Make US Debut at Oshkosh
You can’t leave all the unusual aircraft to Burt Rutan. So there’s the Horten HX-2 flying wing, which is slated to make its US debut at Oshkosh this summer. Read this article




Zean Nielsen Is Cirrus Aircraft’s New CEO
Cirrus Aircraft has announced that Zean Nielsen will succeed company co-founder Dale Klapmeier as CEO. Nielsen comes with an impressive resume, including "senior leadership roles" at Tesla Motors, James Hardie and Bang & Olufsen. Read this article




Bell Jet Ranger X Cleared To 22,500 Feet
Testing in Nepal has allowed Bell Helicopter to approve the Bell 505 Jet Ranger X to 22,500 feet density altitude. Certified in 2017, the five-seat 505 uses a single 504-shaft-horsepower Turbomeca Arrius 2R with FADEC to drive a two-blade, "high-inertia" rotor.  Read this article




FAA Warns Bonanza Owners Of Potential Control Cable Failures
The FAA’s FAASTeam published a safety notification this week echoing concerns outlined by the American Bonanza Society in January. The intention was to ensure all Bonanza owners were aware of the potential problem. Read this article




 
 

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