Touch and Go

December 8, 2014

Touch N’ Go: US Navy Airship Program Canceled, Watch the A350 be assembled

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Written by: Tracy Lachowicz

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AvStories:

✈ Breaking News – U.S. Navy Airship Program Canceled[Airships.net]

Check out the National Museum of the US Air Force’s virtual cockpit tours. [AFMuseum]

✈ Flight Review: China Airlines’ New 777-300ER Wows Passengers. [NYCAViation]

 


#AvGeek Goodness:

✈ Take a look at the Airbus assembly line as they build the very first Airbus A350 XWB:

 

✈ When airports compete, we all win:

 

 



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