CC-130J Hercules in flight
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Emphasizing Innovation

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Charles Lindbergh accomplished his historic New York to Paris flight in 1927. His monoplane cost US$10,580 when purchased from Ryan Airlines of San Diego, Calif. Today the EAA's highly authentic Spirit of St. Louis replica is a stark reminder of Lindbergh's skill and daring in the context of 1927 technology. Parr Yonemoto
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A flight into yesterday

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Pilots wanted

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At AirSprint, the Legacy 450 carries a purchase price of US$550,000 for a one-32nd share (25 hours of access annually). The fractional owner also pays $88,000 a year in management fees and a rate of $3,800 for each occupied flying hour. AirSprint Photo
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Compelling Economics

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Short-Term Solution

Niel Wilson, Nav Canada president and CEO, said the transformation from a government-run air navigation service provider to a privately operated model presented some significant challenges. Photo courtesy of Nav Canada
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Navigating progress

A London Air Services Bonvbardier Challenger 604 soars high above the clouds. LAS Photo
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A Day in the Life

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Around the world in 48 days

Two HondaJets in flight.
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Building the Buzz: HondaJet