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The Quarter Century in Aviation Club Folds Its Wings
Commercial airline pilots share their insights and experiences related to aviation and training.
From September to December 2020, the Royal Canadian Air Force 433 Tactical Fighter Squadron deployed CF-188 Hornets to Mihail Kogalniceanu Airbase in Romania. The main purpose was to perform NATOair policing missions, but there was more.
It is no secret that covid-19 related restrictions have presented immense challenges, not only to the aviation industry as a whole, but also to training organizations. One Canadian company is using cutting-edge technology, augmented and mixed reality, to overcome these challenges. Advanced Composites Training, along with company founder Wilson Boynton, are known and respected internationally for advanced training in composite repairs and construction.
Sensenich, arguably the best-known manufacturer of wooden propellers, has been around for almost 100 years. It has a fascinating history, but what does the future hold for this remarkable company?
Late last year, the 1st Regiment of Artillery of Bourogne, based in northeast France, organized the eighth edition of the Royal Black Hawk exercise, in which more than 400 soldiers and a dozen combat helicopters participated.
Aviation is an industry built on passion. Whether it’s a private interest or the path to a paycheck, aviation demands a special level of dedication that other industries may lack. It’s because of this intrinsic passion that covid-19’s impact on aviation feels more devastating, at least to me.
"When I think about my first article of 2020, where the year seemed so full of hope and great expectations, it seems like a blink of an eye ago and a million years ago all in the same feeling."
The remarkable story of the "luckiest man alive."