Articles by Air show

  • China's Latest Stealth J-31 fighter Jet Can Take Down the United States in Favor of RussiaChina's Latest Stealth J-31 fighter Jet Can Take Down the United States in Favor of Russia

    December 14 2014 7:29 PM

    China's display of growing and evolving military force has been making headlines with the latest one on a new stealth jet fighter. According to the developer of the new J-31 stealth fighter, the new system can "take down" its primary combat opponent. This means the Lockheed Martin F-35 from the US. Is China's new military capability a real threat for the US and in favor of Russia?

  • China's New Missiles and Bleeding-edge Radar Mean Big Trouble for Pentagon's Best FightersChina's New Missiles and Bleeding-edge Radar Mean Big Trouble for Pentagon's Best Fighters

    December 04 2014 9:13 AM

    China and the United States have embarked in a seemingly military contest where advancement for either nation is seen as a threat. A Chinese air show recently showcased a series of advanced missiles including bleeding-edge radar that may cause trouble or pose as threats to Pentagon's best fighters. Can China have better military technology than the United States?

  • Prada & L’Oreal Model Katerina Netolicka Found Dead In Bath At Czech HomePrada & L’Oreal Model Katerina Netolicka Found Dead In Bath At Czech Home

    November 14 2014 11:11 PM

    A former kick-boxing champion and Czech Republic's top model Katerina Netolicka was found dead on Thursday in her bath at the house she shared with boyfriend Jakub Petruzalek in Litvinoc. She was a cover girl for top fashion brand Prada and beauty product brand L'Oreal. The couple has been living in for five years.

  • ‘Big Brother Australia’ Star Tim Dormer and ‘Royal Prank’ DJ Mel Greig Not Working With KIIS FM On New Project

    June 25 2014 12:58 PM

    “Big Brother Australia” winner Tim Dormer and controversial DJ Mel Greig are reportedly working on a radio project together, but the station involved, KIIS FM, denies the report.

  • Mt Etna Eruption Closes Sicily Airport (VIDEO)

    June 17 2014 10:13 PM

    Europe's most active volcano once more showed her might on Sunday by spewing ash and lava, causing the closure of an airport in Sicily, Italy, 3 News reports.

  • Italy’s Mount Etna Erupts, Briefly Closes Sicily Skies (SEE SPECTACULAR VIDEO)

    October 27 2013 11:30 PM

    Mount Etna, the most active volcano in Europe, erupted on Saturday, creating a spectacular air show with its glowing lava. However, at the same time, the volcano also spewed a large ash plume over Sicily, briefly closing the airspace over the southern Italian island.

  • Terrafugia, the Flying Car Makes its First Public Flight

    August 05 2013 12:38 PM

    Terrafugia the carplane or popularly known as the flying car finally takes flight leaving Industry Leaders in an Awe. The Flying Car's first public demonstration took place in the afternoon air show on the first day of EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

  • EADS Set to Reorganize, to be Renamed Airbus Group

    August 01 2013 12:53 PM

    European aerospace giant EADS on Wednesday confirmed its plans to change its name to Airbus. In a bid to unite its businesses and boost shareholder returns Airbus Group will combine defence and space activities in one division that will also contain the Airbus Military business currently twinned with passenger jets.

  • Air New Zealand Unveils New Shark-Finned Airbus A320 Planes

    June 18 2013 3:23 PM

    Air New Zealand has unveiled during the 50th Le Bourget Paris Air Show its brand new shark-finned Airbus A320 aircraft planes.

  • Richard Branson Says He’ll Fly on Virgin Galactic’s Inaugural Flight into Space

    July 13 2012 6:25 PM

    Virgin Australia owner Richard Branson revealed on Friday that his space tourism program, Virgin Galactic, will lift off as planned in the last quarter of 2013, with him and his family as among the first passengers.

  • Two Aucklanders Died as Newly-Bought Plane Crashed

    April 02 2012 1:58 PM

    Two old friends from Auckland died in a plane crash yesterday after their recently purchased plane crashed into a paddock in what is believed to be a case of “a combination of bad weather and bad luck.”

  • The Next Space Race: Commercializing Space

    December 13 2011 10:34 AM

    There was a time when going to the stars was backed by governments and only specially trained astronauts could ever see outer space. Governments around the world are still investing in space programs, China just launched its own unmanned spacecraft back in October, but private enterprise has steadily been building the beginning of an actual space industry.