Airbus H145 – Kissing the Aconcagua

Airbus H145 – Kissing the Aconcagua

I consider that the Aconcagua is very tough and not for everyone. That it has its mark as the most important mountain in America and that it shelters when respected and kills if not valued accordingly. I began this book with the intention of capturing and saving memories of special people that have gone through

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The Fenestron – Part 1 – The Origins

The Fenestron – Part 1 – The Origins

50th anniversary of the Fenestron Episode 1: Its origins It was in the middle of the 1960s that the idea of shrouding the antitorque rotor of a helicopter was first considered in response to safety concerns. The studies carried out at the time on ducted propellers in the fixed-wing sector inspired the creation of the

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EC225 Destination China –  Episode 5

EC225 Destination China – Episode 5

OK, let’s see if we’ve got these clearances in order – Here are the ones for Vietnam – Right, Vietnam, and the first is – LD – LD Great, now we’ve got all three authorizations they’ve got no reason for keeping us here any longer Off we go! The final leg Personally, I think everyone

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H160 Demo Las Vegas – voice of customers

H160 Demo Las Vegas – voice of customers

I understand I’m the first American pilot to get to fly the H160 and I’m very excited about that. This is a nice aircraft it slice nice so well done Airbus about to be an operator. It was a very cool flight. Very easier aircraft to operate The noise level and vibratory is remarkable It’s

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