Wright “B” Flyer Inc. http://wyso.org en Aviation Rivals Team Up http://wyso.org/post/aviation-rivals-team <p></p><p>Ohio and North Carolina both claim the designation “First in Flight”. The Wright Brothers are from Dayton and made their historic flight in the Outer banks of North Carolina in 1903. Now, the two states are teaming against a new rival - Connecticut.</p> Thu, 24 Oct 2013 23:20:12 +0000 Jerry Kenney 41118 at http://wyso.org Aviation Rivals Team Up Funerals Set for Ohio Pilots in Biplane Crash http://wyso.org/post/funerals-set-ohio-pilots-biplane-crash <p>SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - Visitations and funeral services have been set for the two pilots killed in the crash of a Wright Brothers-style biplane in western Ohio.</p><p>The Dayton Daily News reports the families of 73-year-old Don Gum and 64-year-old Mitchell Cary will receive visitors separately Wednesday evening, and the families scheduled funeral services for Thursday.</p><p>The men were members of Wright &quot;B&quot; Flyer Inc., an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization.</p><p>Federal investigators say an announcement of what caused the crash last Saturday could take up to eight months.</p> Wed, 03 Aug 2011 16:06:17 +0000 Associated Press 2590 at http://wyso.org Phil Beaudoin Comments on Crash and Pilots http://wyso.org/post/phil-beaudoin-comments-crash-and-pilots <p>SPRINGFIELD &mdash; Phil Beaudoin, president of Wright &ldquo;B&rdquo; Flyer Inc. commented on the deaths of two of the program&#39;s&nbsp;volunteer pilots this weekend. The crash happened during a test flight of the Wright &ldquo;B&rdquo; Flyer&rsquo;s Silver Bird on Saturday morning.</p> Mon, 01 Aug 2011 16:39:16 +0000 Jerry Kenney 2483 at http://wyso.org Two Pilots Die in Wright Flyer Crash http://wyso.org/post/two-pilots-die-wright-flyer-crash <p>SPRINGFIELD &mdash; A crash during the test flight Wright &ldquo;B&rdquo; Flyer&rsquo;s Silver Bird caused the deaths of two local pilots Saturday morning.</p><p>Pilots Mitchell Cary and Don Gum were killed on impact shortly after they announced they were making a forced landing. The volunteer pilots were flying with Phil Beaudoin&#39;s nonprofit organization, <span lang="EN">Wright &quot;B&quot; Flyer Inc., </span>which uses Wright replica planes to promote Dayton, Ohio, as the birthplace of aviation.</p> Mon, 01 Aug 2011 14:09:20 +0000 Associated Press 2467 at http://wyso.org