Aviation News Journal - November 2021

Published on Nov 1, 2021

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High Flyer Comic, the Canadian International Air Show 2021 in Toronto, Monument ‘Rise’ Unveiled for Bomber Crew, Early Business Jets, The White Rose of Stalingrad - Lilya Litvyak, Gulfstream G700, Britain's V-Force, Remembering the Pioneers: Marcel Dassault

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Aviation News Journal - November 2021
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17 articles from this collection:
Contents
Contents
From the Editor
From the Editor
High Flyer - Time Traveller
High Flyer - Time Traveller
High Flyer Comic - Illustrated by Crystine Muller
Coast Dog Aviation
Coast Dog Aviation
The Canadian International Air Show 2021 in Toronto
The Canadian International Air Show 2021 in Toronto
A show presented during a period of sanitary restrictions for COVID 19 reaches an audience beyond all expectations.
Prairie Aircraft Sales
Prairie Aircraft Sales
Monument Unveiled for Bomber Crew
Monument Unveiled for Bomber Crew
In October 2021, a monument was unveiled in the Netherlands, in the city of Almere. This monument was erected to commemorate the crew of Short Stirling BK716, the bomber that was recovered from the Markermeer last year.
Cost Efficient Benefit Plan
Cost Efficient Benefit Plan
Early Business Jets
Early Business Jets
Even to those who have little or no interest in aviation, business jets are seen as the ultimate form of air travel. Where did the concept originate? Let us look at some examples of these aircraft, which were the first of their kind.
CC Aviation
CC Aviation
The White Rose of Stalingrad - Lilya Litvyak
The White Rose of Stalingrad - Lilya Litvyak
The story of the top scoring female ace of World War II.
Sound Aviation Insurance
Sound Aviation Insurance
Gulfstream G700 Sets Records
Gulfstream G700 Sets Records
Designed to be the world’s fastest business jet, with the longest range and most spacious cabin, the G700 is setting records.
Goulet Aircraft Supply
Goulet Aircraft Supply
Britain's V-Force
Britain's V-Force
In 1947, Britain needed a long-range jet bomber which would be capable of delivering nuclear weapons. The British defence industry responded and Bomber Command ended up with three highly capable nuclear bombers.
PAMEA
PAMEA
Marcel Dassault
Marcel Dassault
Find out more about the founder of Dassault Aviation.