I-X Center lands a big piece of its history

CRAIN’S CLEVELAND BUSINESS – The I-X Center has rescued an aircraft with ties to the massive, World War II-era building and plans to showcase it on the complex’s 1 million-square-foot exhibition floor. The airplane, a KC-97 Stratofreighter flying tanker, is in pieces for now. But within a year, with the investment of $1 million-plus, I-X …

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The Rise of Plane Spotting and How Airports Are Embracing Their Biggest Fans

AIRWAYS MAGAZINE – You don’t have to be a spotter to be fascinated by planes – at least that’s how the UK-based aviation writer, Matt Falcus, sees it. Falcus, a private pilot who became fascinated with aviation at a young age, runs airportspotting.com. “I think it always existed as a localized community around each airport,” …

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DOT derails Aerodynamics’ plans for service including at Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport

Aerodynamics, Inc. of Beachwood, Ohio, the world’s largest corporate air shuttle program, flying over 200,000 passengers annually, has had plans for service thwarted after managerial issues as well as legal issues involving its former President, CEO, and Chairman, Scott Beale. Aerodynamics, also known as ADI, had plans to begin a few daily services, including service …

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Flexjet Orders 20 AS2 Supersonic Jets from Aerion – Aviation Week Network

Aviation Week Network – Flexjet has placed a firm order valued at $2.4 billion for 20 Aerion AS2 supersonic jets, with delivery to begin in 2023. First flight is expected in 2021. Flexjet CEO Kenn Ricci said the company will use the supersonic jet for overseas flights and also in China, which does not have …

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