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Nation's First Aerospace Engineering Program Celebrated »

As part of the 100th anniversary celebration for its first-in-the-nation Aeronautical (now Aerospace) Engineering Department, the University of Michigan is staging a flyover of a fleet of historic aircraft before Saturday's football game at the Big House. More

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Connie Edwards' Fighters... »

In some ways, it's kind of sad. But it would be great to see the Mark IXB Spit and Bf 109 fly again. More

Canadian Avro Lancaster... »

No longer is there an airworthy Avro Lancaster in the Americas. On Friday morning, the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum's MK. X Lancaster landed in England,... More

Diamond Aircraft Moving... »

Austrian manufacturer Diamond Aircraft is moving forward with development of its Dart 450, a new single-engined turboprop for both civil and military roles. More

The Weekender: Independence... »

Our weekly review of what to do in aviation on SocialFlight uncovered numerous Independence Day fly-ins and events—starting at the top with a fly-in at... More