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Meet the Blind man flying across the Atlantic in a hot air balloon

Michael Scholes lost his sight 11 years ago- but it hasn’t stopped him from accomplishing some huge feats. For most people, losing your sight wold be completely devastating- but for former hot air balloon pilot Michael Scholes, it’s simply made him more determined than ever to achieve great things. However, next …

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It’s not just temperatures soaring in the UK!

Using the same naturally occurring currents of air that birds use to fly, glider pilots have reached heights of 10,000ft, speeds of 114kph and flown for more than ten hours non-stop – all without an engine! Four flights of more than 1,000km were flown in gliders by pilots starting from …

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Idaho Man Dies in Paragliding Crash

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Idaho state that a man died due to crash of Paragliding in Gilmore, Idaho. The cause of the death has not yet been released. Life-saving measures were unsuccessful and Portwood was pronounced dead. For more information, visit http://www.usnews.com  

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Peruvian Air Force Puts on Show in Skies over Lima

Peru’s air force displayed its entire range of aircraft in an exhibition over Lima during the first Costa Verde Aero Sports Festival. The airplanes flew low along Lima’s coastline and over the districts of Chorrillos, Barranco, Miraflores, San Isidro, Magdalena del Mar and San Miguel while thousands looked on. First …

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Russian Defense Ministry To Take Mi-38T This Year

An initial production batch of the Mi-38T rotorcraft is being prepared for manufacturer and customer acceptance trials ahead of the planned delivery to the Russian Air and Space Force (VKS). Flight-testing is to start in the second quarter of this year, while the shipment is set for the fourth quarter, …

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