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Throwback Thursday: Taking a Step Back to Appreciate Flight

Posted May 29, 2014 by Phil Derner Jr.

In today’s world of high-speed technology, so many take advantage of air travel, but forget its long history. Taking a step back and adding a little perspective can make airplane geeks out of anyone.

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Revere Beach Reveries: A Summer Oasis On Approach to Logan Airport

Posted July 1, 2012 by Patrick Smith

Sometimes when I hear the whine of jet engines, I think of the beach.

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Constructed from very light balsawood sheet and strip, boron filament, carbon fiber and a transparent covering of plastic film, these rubberband-powered planes can fly for up to 40 minutes at a time.
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FLOAT: Inside the World of Competitive Rubberband-Powered Aircraft

Posted June 29, 2012 by Phil Derner Jr.

A documentary about handmade “Indoor freeflight rubber-powered duration aircraft” is about to take off.

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Aviation Photography and Copyright Infringement: Taking a Stand

Posted March 29, 2012 by Phil Derner Jr.

Pinterest recently modified their Terms of Service, reversing their “we can sell your pictures” policy. A small victory, but how far do photo abuses go in our world?

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NYCAviation Store Now Open!

Posted April 13, 2011 by Phil Derner Jr.

NYCAviation is excited to announce that our online store is now open for business!

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When I’m Looking Up, He’s Looking Down

Posted December 24, 2006 by Tom Alfano

It goes without saying that anyone who loves aviation instinctively looks up to the sky when they hear a plane passing over. It doesn’t matter what kind of plane, any time I hear that whine of prop or the roar of a jet, I always look up.

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