This is just one example of some of the wild and wacky flying inventions that have crept out of people’s imaginations and attempted to fly.
Check out this list of the 10 Strangest Aircraft ever built:
Brent Sylvester, who usually flies a Genesis advanced ultralight aircraft out of Duncan, moved a new project into CYCD this weekend. Brent picked up a forlorn-looking 150 that sat at the Somenos airstrip for 13 years, and is now bringing it back to life. The Genesis will soon be on its way to southern Alberta:
As the world wonders what has become of the Malaysian Airlines B777, this graphic item from the CBC news site describes many other large airliners in history that have disappeared without a trace:
Ever thought about ditching? Living on an island as we do, we never have to fly far in any direction before we’re faced with “trans oceanic” operations. This article discusses ditching and presents some facts about what we might expect – should the need arise:
(it’s a pdf document from the web)