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Brazilian aviation pioneer Alberto Santos Dumont, on a flight that rounded the Eiffel Tower.

Brazilian aviation pioneer Alberto Santos Dumont, on a flight that rounded the Eiffel Tower.

WWII Aircraft Pin Ups and Nose Art  Good info, but the AVG Flying Tigers were a WWII unit.

WWII Aircraft Pin Ups and Nose Art Good info, but the AVG Flying Tigers were a WWII unit.

Na de brief verzonden in november 2015 door het European Disability Forum  (EDF) naar het European Aviation Security Agency  (EASA) heeft dit agentschap het begrip veiligheidsassistent verwijderd uit zijn Oriëntatiedocument (Guidance Material) 2016/004/R. Het EDF heeft bekomen dat personen met een handicap totaal zelfstandig het vliegtuig kunnen nemen.

Na de brief verzonden in november 2015 door het European Disability Forum (EDF) naar het European Aviation Security Agency (EASA) heeft dit agentschap het begrip veiligheidsassistent verwijderd uit zijn Oriëntatiedocument (Guidance Material) 2016/004/R. Het EDF heeft bekomen dat personen met een handicap totaal zelfstandig het vliegtuig kunnen nemen.

With Dassault Aviation as prime contractor, and Thales a key supplier, Neuron has pooled the skills and know-how of European industry. Initiated in 2005, Neuron incorporates contributions from Alenia Aermacchi of Italy, Saab of Sweden, Airbus of Spain, Hellenic Aerospace Industry (HAI) of Greece and Ruag of Switzerland. With the end of the initial project phase in November 2015, France says it will extend Neuron trials to a second phase that will begin next summer.

With Dassault Aviation as prime contractor, and Thales a key supplier, Neuron has pooled the skills and know-how of European industry. Initiated in 2005, Neuron incorporates contributions from Alenia Aermacchi of Italy, Saab of Sweden, Airbus of Spain, Hellenic Aerospace Industry (HAI) of Greece and Ruag of Switzerland. With the end of the initial project phase in November 2015, France says it will extend Neuron trials to a second phase that will begin next summer.

I’ve been a subscriber to Flying magazine for much of my adult life, even though I have not owned an airplane, nor have  completed my private pilots license.  But, I love everthing about private aviation.    So, an article the November 2015 Flying magizine caught my attention. Continued

I’ve been a subscriber to Flying magazine for much of my adult life, even though I have not owned an airplane, nor have completed my private pilots license. But, I love everthing about private aviation. So, an article the November 2015 Flying magizine caught my attention. Continued

WestJet Boeing 767-338/ER C-FOGJ at Toronto-Pearson, November 2015. Ex Qantas VH-OGJ. (Photo: Trevor Carl - CYYZ Aviation Photography)

WestJet Boeing 767-338/ER C-FOGJ at Toronto-Pearson, November 2015. Ex Qantas VH-OGJ. (Photo: Trevor Carl - CYYZ Aviation Photography)

Zimbabwe Makes Aviation History With Its First All-Female Flight Deck, November 2015

Zimbabwe Makes Aviation History With Its First All-Female Flight Deck

Zimbabwe Makes Aviation History With Its First All-Female Flight Deck, November 2015

Talk about letting off steam! These incredible snaps show up-close photos of low flying jets as they zoom through the picturesque Welsh valleys, leaving fluffy trails of generated vapour cloud in their wake. The amazing jets were snapped by freelance photographer Bob Sharples, a retired Royal Navy aircraft weapons electrician, in Snowdonia, Wales. The eager aviation photographer spent an hour trekking up a steep, rocky hill carrying heavy camera gear and supplies to make sure he got the…

Talk about letting off steam! These incredible snaps show up-close photos of low flying jets as they zoom through the picturesque Welsh valleys, leaving fluffy trails of generated vapour cloud in their wake. The amazing jets were snapped by freelance photographer Bob Sharples, a retired Royal Navy aircraft weapons electrician, in Snowdonia, Wales. The eager aviation photographer spent an hour trekking up a steep, rocky hill carrying heavy camera gear and supplies to make sure he got the…

An Australian Army Black Hawk helicopter from 6th Aviation Regiment conducts a training activity at Newcastle, NSW, on 11 November 2015 as part of ongoing professional training to ensure pilots and aircrew are ready to fly in all conditions across the urban and rural environments.

An Australian Army Black Hawk helicopter from 6th Aviation Regiment conducts a training activity at Newcastle, NSW, on 11 November 2015 as part of ongoing professional training to ensure pilots and aircrew are ready to fly in all conditions across the urban and rural environments.

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