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Eight Trends In Private Aviation
A sentence of Heraclitus has defined its work: “Nobody enters twice in the same river, since, when this occurs, the person is not the same, as well as the waters are already other ones”. The same may be said about business aviation. It is a market wi
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Largest salon OF ALL TIMES
With 100 years history, the 53th edition has become the largest of all times of the Paris Air Show, the world’s oldest aerospace event. The number of exhibitors in Le Bourget airport, in the outskirts of the French capital has exceeded the mark of 2.
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Oshkosh 50 YEARS
Since 50 years, the world’ largest aeronautical meeting takes place in the small and quiet city of Oshkosh, in the interior of Wisconsin, north of the United States. Different from the Paris and Farnborough salons, more addressed to the regular and m
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The First Business Jets
An unprecedented growth in the use of aircrafts as civilian transport means has market the period following World War Two. Driven by the technological progress of the conflict years, by the improvement of airport infrastructure and by a dramatic quan
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The Industry Novelties
Congonhas airport, in the city of Sao Paulo, has one more time received Latin America’s largest business aviation fair. With new design and larger area, the LABACE 2019 has brought together nearly 50 aircrafts and helicopters in its static exhibition
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A Brave Legionary
Embraer has an eye on one of the most powerful segments of the business aviation market, the super mid-size jets. The strategy team of the Brazilian manufacturer explains that, with range increase in relation to the Legacy family, the recently certif
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Praetor Military Version
It is an early alert and intelligence aircraft based on Praetor 600 platform. In practice, a compact version of the famous E-99, derived from the EMB-145. The P600-AEW is one of the smaller aircrafts within the category of Airborne Early Warning and
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Large Cabin
Bombardier has undergone a deep restructuration in its aeronautical division, cancelling projects such as the Learjet 5, selling almost all its commercial programs and focusing its efforts on a fairly differentiated market niche. The focus on large c
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1911-1920
In a time when few cities had unobstructed and suitable areas, a good alternative was taking off and landing on the water. In February 1911, Glenn Curtiss, a builder, introduces a version of its Model D equipped with floats, which wascapable to opera
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1931-1940
Leader of the Fascist Party since 1929, and member of the “Black Shirts” group, the aviator and future Air Marshall, Italo Balbo was a great propagandist of Mussolini’s government. In early 1931, at the helm of a squadron of 12 Savoia-Marchetti S.55s
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1941-1950
In December 1941, Would War II, has become a bloodshed in Europe and tension between the United States and Japan was increasing every day. In spite of this, air surveillance around Pearl Harbor naval base in Hawaii – with the Pacific US naval force,
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1951 - 1960
At the start of 1950s, was evident that the area of Santos Dumont Airport didn t had space to meet the crescent demand from the city of Rio de Janeiro. A solution found was to build (at the same time it was decided to built in the Galeão Air Base, wh
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1921-1930
Born in 1892, Donald Wills Douglas was one of the pioneers of American aviation. In 1920, he created the Davis-Douglas Company that has manufactured a single aircraft: The Cloudster – a long-range biplane single-engine aircraft, the first one to have
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1961 - 1970
In the hottest years of Cold War, some American and Soviet bombers permanently remained alert in the air, already loaded with atomic weapons, to response to a surprise attack. In January 1961, an American B-52 suffered a structural failure and disint
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1971 - 1980
The Americans dominated the media with their series of landings on the Moon when, in April 1971, the Soviets announced a less attractive feat. They had placed in orbit the Salyut 1, an orbital station of 19 tons and a living space of 90 cubic meters.
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1981-1990
Space Shuttle construction has begun in 1977, and has involved several companies: The orbital craft was ordered to North American Rockwell, the auxiliary rockets to Morton Thiokol and the giant external fuel tank was in charge of Martin Marietta. Aft
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1991-2000
“If you want to know how much it costs, you don’t have money to have one”. The phrase is old and applies to many things, among jets high operating costs. In the early 1990, Pilatus Aircraft, a Swiss company was in search of a way of increasing the qu
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After 2001
Created by a group that operated bus companies, in January 2001.came to sight Gol Linhas Aéreas, benefitted by the concession of slots in Rio-Sao Paulo air shuttle. It has presented in the market as a low-cost airline in Brazil. Among the novelties,
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A Magazine With History
My admiration for AERO Magazine became clear in different times of my life. Still being a teenager, I studied in Brazil, in Sao Paulo interior, and every day passed in front of Jundiai airport. I saw aircrafts landing and taking off while deciding be
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From The Beginning Until 1910
It is not easy to detail which was the first flight experience of mankind. However, there ae records that in 1783, passengers have made experimental ascensions in the hot air balloon of brothers Joseph and Jacques Montgolfier, paper manufacturers in
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Dilemma Between Pilot And Machine
An automatic device is at the center of the debate about the new Boeing’s aircraft family after two fatal accidents in less than six months. As is well known, the 737 MAX version was given improvements in relation to the Next Generation, which has ge
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What Precautions Shall I Take When Entering And Exiting A Helicopter?
Contrarily to aircrafts, helicopters allow passenger boarding and unboarding at helipads with the engine on and the main rotor blades rotating. There are discussions about whether this procedure is safe or not; but what has to be understood here is w
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Air Fun
This year, Sun ‘n Fun, the traditional aeronautical meeting in Lakeland, Florida, has commemorated 45 years of existence with a series of actions and many exhibited novelties, as well as a significant change of name. The traditional Aerospace Center
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Air Defense
The 2019 edition of LAAD Defense and Security, which again has occurred in Riocentro convention center in Rio de Janeiro, has attracted over 450 domestic and international exhibitors from the defense and public security sectors. The proposal of the e
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Cutting The Engines
The Japanese company All Nippon Airways (ANA) officially has become the last operator of Airbus giant four-engine aircraft, the A380, which will be discontinued from 2021. ANA received its first A380, out of three, in a special ceremony in Toulouse,
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The Navigation Of The 737 Max
Two accidents in less than six months with the death of 346 people have determined the suspension of flights of the new generation of the most popular aircraft family of all times. In a chain effect, authorities throughout the world temporarily restr
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Pilots Report Anomalies
American pilots that pilot the Boeing 737 MAX formally recorded anomalies in the aircraft behavior during the flight under a series of situations. No one of the reports behaviors was expected by the aircraft manuals. In one of the reports a pilot sta
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