Monthly Archive: June 2010

DC-3 75th Anniversary Celebration at Oshkosh

The 75th anniversary of the DC-3 will be celebrated at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh this year with a mass arrival of an expected 40 planes. Fifty or more of the planes, including their military counterparts the C-47 and R4-D, are expected to fly to Oshkosh for the weeklong event that starts on July 26. 

Obama to visit Columbus Friday – Business First of Columbus

Columbus will get a visit from President Barack Obama Friday June 18th, 2010, but where the commander-in-chief will be and why he’s here aren’t yet known. The White House press office on Tuesday said Obama will be in Columbus “to hold an event.” Details are set to be released in the coming days. Obama hasn’t …

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Be A Part Of Cleveland’s First “Plane Pull”

CLEVELAND – What has 20 people pulling 150,000 pounds for a good cause? The inaugural Cleveland Plane Pull. You’ve seen images and video before of plane pull events from around the country. The effort features teams that hitch a rope to a plane, and pull it. It’s usually done to raise money for a charity. …

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Constant Aviation Adds Industry Veteran to Avionics Team – MarketWatch

CLEVELAND, Jun 14, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Constant Aviation, LLC, a maintenance, repair, and overhaul facility headquartered at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, announced today that Bill Knauf has been named Constant Aviation’s Avionics Technical Support Manager. Bill will be responsible for supporting Constant Aviation’s customer avionics needs. via Constant Aviation Adds Industry Veteran to Avionics …

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