The Vought “Flying Flapjack” was an experimental U. Navy fighter aircraft designed by Charles H. Zimmerman during World War II. This unorthodox design consisted of a flat, somewhat disc shaped body (hence its name) serving as the lifting surface.
Operating in blinding snow and freezing temperatures Douglas Havoc bombers of the US Air Force taxi around the perimeter track of their snow-bound airfield towards the cleared runway at the start of a mission against German positions in the Ardennes.
ACS Aviation uses WatchGuard to make its global connections from Melbourne to Dublin. As the global economy continues to unify, the global demand for flights rose percent in August compared to last year.