From the EditorThe ANJ Team is excited to share this month’s edition with you. Our Eastern Canadian correspondent Claude La Frenière captured some stunning photographs at the Canadian International Air Show in Toronto, despite some challenging conditions in terms of light and distance. This month’s cover photograph was one of the photographs taken at that show, which, as you can read in his detailed report, was extremely well-attended. Our friends from the Netherlands, Patrick Dirksen and Frank Mink of Tristar Aviation, reported on the unveiling of ‘Rise’, a monument erected in the Netherlands to commemorate the crew of a Stirling bomber which had been shot down in World War II. Two of the aircraft’s crew members were Canadian.

Also in this edition, we take a look back at aviation history. We remember the world’s first business jets, before looking at Gulfstream’s record-breaking G700 flagship, which in addition to its amazing performance, features some incredible technology.
We are happy to have you with us as we continue to develop the magazine in its new electronic format. In this edition, you can see a few of the features available to us, such as slideshows and embedded videos. We are constantly working with our development team to improve your experience, so please, stay tuned, and we would very much appreciate it if you could spread the word!

Until next time, fly safely.
Divan Muller
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