Jul 082014
Blue Angels Fly Over Will Shock You

The Navy’s Blue Angels really shocked attendees at the airshow in St. Louis, Missouri back in May. While a group of fight jets performed tricks and loops together, a lone jet speeding low to the ground swooped in. Even shoppers at the mall were blown away. Literally. Lynn Johnston caught video of the fly over that will surprise you. The video has instantly amassed over 300,000 views!


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Jul 072014
Boeing 767 Aborts Landing Because Airbus Crossing Runway

A busy airport is much like a busy city intersection. There are many vehicles going up and downtown as well as crossing the street. Disaster was averted at the Barcelona Airport over the weekend when a UTair Boeing 767 coming from Moscow aborted its landing because an Argentinas Airbus was crossing the runway at the same moment. Thankfully, there was no accident, and everyone is OK. This video has instantly gone viral with over 5 million hits!


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Jun 282014
Harrier Jet Pilot Executes Perfect Landing With No Landing Gear

Landing a Harrier jet perfectly on an aircraft carrier is difficult enough, but U.S. Marine Corps Capt. William Mahoney had to do it with no nose land gear. Immediately after takeoff, Mahoney realized he had a gear malfunction. Thankfully, the carrier had a special stool for situations just like this one. Even though he had zero visibility, he landed the jet directly on the landing stool avoiding disaster. This video by The Aviationist has gone viral with over 800,000 views!


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Jun 012014
Fan Throws Paper Airplane From Top Of Stadium And Hits Player

An English fan bored during a football game threw a paper airplane from the top of the stadium. Incredibly, he hit a Peru player. The crowd went wild as if the team scored a goal. This video has instantly gone viral over the weekend with over 3 million hits already!


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May 272014
US Airways Doesn’t Allow Artists To Bring Violins On Plane, So They Play On The Runway

Musician Nicolas Kendall was traveling with his fellow violinist Zach to meet their bassist in Fayetteville, Arkansas to perform at the Artosphere Arts and Nature Festival when something unexpected happened. When they were trying to make a connection in Charlotte they were told they weren’t allowed to bring their instruments on the plane. They were left alone on the tarmac without any directions, so Zach decided to play a little Bach to calm down. 

“Are violins dangerous? It’s hard enough to make it as a classical musician. Cut us some slack, PLEASE!!!”


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