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FlyHonda Program Allows Owners to Fly Their Fractional Jets

hondajetThe unique program based in Europe offers 25 percent ownership stakes in the HondaJet.

One of the unique selling points of Europe’s new FlyHonda fractional ownership company is the opportunity for properly certified owners to climb into the left seat of a new aircraft when they book a trip. FlyHonda is the only fractional ownership company that allows owners to actually fly the aircraft.

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AeroMobil Will Exhibit Its Flying Car at the Paris Air Show

aeromobil flying carThe unique flight-capable road vehicle will be featured as part of the first-ever Paris Air Lab dedicated to research and innovation.

Aeromobil, the flying car hopeful out of Slovakia, will exhibit at the upcoming Paris Air Show in the brand new 9,000-square-foot Paris Air Lab at Le Bourget Airport focused on the very latest in research and innovation. The company hopes to convince the aerospace world that its idea for the future mobility is possible.

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Arizona Fighter Wing Grounds F-35s

f35 usaf photoThe action follows five reports of pilot oxygen deprivation.

The U.S. Air Force’s 56th Fighter Wing at Luke Air Force Base in Arizona said yesterday that F-35 training flights will remain grounded until further notice due to five separate incidents highlighting “irregularities” in the pilots’ oxygen supplies.

The grounding was initially planned to be only short-term when it was first announced last Friday. The Air Force said the five incidents occurred at Luke between May 2 to June 8 with symptoms that resembled hypoxia. In each case the aircraft's backup oxygen system worked as designed and the aircraft landed safely. Luke’s fighter contingent includes 55 F-35A Lightning IIs and typically operates 25 training flights a day.

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