Hello All, I just sent newsletter number 4. What
is it? It informs you of what is updated!<br><br>On
the home page, click on newsletter and read it!<br>I
only send it when I update the web site!<br><br>I have
also added a poll, which is better B-1b or
tu-160?<br><br>The latest page I have added to the site is the x-32.
What is better x-32 or x-35?<br><br>Please leave some
The Aviation Guide has a new web adress:
If you need do some aviation shopping, I have added a page for that
on the home page.
If you want general shopping, then try www.dialashop.com
For those of you who haven't heard of it yet, "The Aviary" is a new
flight attendant movie that was written and produced by a flight
attendant. After seeing it (and really loving it) I wanted to pass
the information along. I hope you all enjoy it. You can read about
the FA who made it and watch the trailer on the site (the only place
to buy the film).
The Boeing 787 Dreamliner is a mid-sized, wide-body, twin-engine jet airliner.
The aircraft was originally scheduled to enter service in May 2008, but
production had been delayed multiple times and in August 2009, the scheduled
service entry date was pushed back to the fourth quarter of 2010.
The aircraft's maiden flight, originally planned for August 2007, took place on
December 15, 2009 in the Seattle area. Boeing's much-delayed 787 Dreamliner has
been hit by further problems in its test programme ahead of expected delivery of
its first aircraft by the end of the year. The Dreamliner has not yet begun its
vital Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in-flight certification testing
Boeing does not yet have a firm date for when the FAA testing – which can take
months and was originally slated to begin in mid-February – will start. I am
sure the test will happen. All I can say I wish Boeing lots of luck and I think
the Boeing Dreamliner will be fantastic when it starts full service.
The Aerospace21 Aviation has moved location and is now part of
AeroSpaceGuide.net. I had been wanting to move it since 2005, but I never got
around to it because I was concentrating on the space sections.
I had to move it because in the start of the year the old site changed web
address and the service got worse with too much advertising and no support. This
was the 2nd name change of the hosting site since 1999 and I thought enough is
So anyway folks the new webiste is called AeroSpaceGuide Aviation.