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The Yakolev Yak-130

The Yakovlev Yak-130 is a subsonic two-seat advanced jet trainer and light fighter originally developed by Yakovlev and Aermacchi as the "Yakovlev-Aermacchi Yak-130/AEM-130"

The Yakolev Yak-130

4 mins

Collins Aerospace And Boom Supersonic Sign Strategic Collaboration

Collins Aerospace Systems has signed a collaboration agreement with Boom Supersonic to advance nacelle technology on Boom’s forthcoming flagship supersonic airliner, Overture.

Collins Aerospace And Boom Supersonic Sign Strategic Collaboration

1 min

LICENCES

It’s generally accepted that the baseline qualification for professional pilots worldwide is the CPL/IR, or Commercial Pilot Licence with Instrument Rating.

LICENCES

6 mins

Remote, Windswept And Laidback, St Helena Island Is A Speck In The Atlantic Ocean

St Helena Island is not the seemingly desolate land that its isolation may imply, rather it is a source of adventure, impeccable beauty and untamed nature. With ancient wrecks, giant stairways, great forts, natural wonders and extraordinary walks, the island is a world apart from anywhere else.

Remote, Windswept And Laidback, St Helena Island Is A Speck In The Atlantic Ocean

10+ mins

MRO Providers Are Forced To Be More Efficient Than Ever Before

There is no denying that COVID-19 shook the aviation from the ground up. Many businesses dependant on aviation had to downsize or change their plans immensely to stay in the industry. MRO businesses are not different and are already seeing a chain of changes affecting both customers and providers.

MRO Providers Are Forced To Be More Efficient Than Ever Before

1 min

Mi-28NE 'Night Super Hunter'

Andrei Boginsky, Russian Helicopters’ CEO on 24 November, confirmed that serial production of the military helicopter had been launched. It was primarily designed to search for, and destroy low-speed air targets, tanks, armoured and non-armoured vehicles, low-speed aerial targets destruction, air reconnaissance, and target designation for other helicopters and aircraft. as well as enemy manpower in daytime and at night, in all weather conditions.

Mi-28NE 'Night Super Hunter'

4 mins

HX50 Revolution: A HIGH PERFORMANCE, LOW COST HELICOPTER

Hill Helicopters, whose concept has been under study since 2007, regards its HX50 helicopter as the best type of personal helicopter – crafted on field-proven engineering, state-of-the-art manufacturing and iconic British design. The HX50 has been introduced by Hill as “a first of its kind platform, every minute detail has been elaborately crafted to deliver a helicopter specifically focused on the needs of private owners”. It will be able to carry five passengers and luggage with ease.

HX50 Revolution: A HIGH PERFORMANCE, LOW COST HELICOPTER

5 mins

BAIL OUT! BAIL OUT!

When a young naval instructor and his pupil — a trainee flight cadet from Indian Air Force — marched across the tarmac to their aircraft on 21 November 2003, little did they know they would be ‘walking the wing’ a few minutes later.

BAIL OUT! BAIL OUT!

9 mins

Tef's Test

So that time of the year rolls around again, well actually a bit longer than a year due to the 'Chinese' flu. I eventually am allowed to complete a renewal of my license without the fear of interacting with the public and hence bursting into flames.

Tef's Test

2 mins

Wright Flyer III

Two years after building their first aeroplane, the Wright brothers built and flew their first practical aircraft.

Wright Flyer III

3 mins

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Global Aviator Magazine Description:

PublisherMan Wees (pty) Ltd t/a Global Aviator

CategoryFlying & Aviation

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

• SAA accidents from 1937 - 1987
• Changes in Store for Pilots during 2013
• Batteries can fly - dreamliners cannot
• The value of a good CRM
• Final data from Red Bull Stratos freefall.
• USS Harry S Truman - Multifunctional taskforce in the Arabian sea
• Handover of Botswana Defence Force PC-7 MkII
• Nigel Hopkins - Aerobatics and Airliners do go
• Denel Pilots spread their wings into Africa
• The growing potential of Russian Helicopters in Latin America
• Snake on a plane!
• The anmanned problem
• Airborne Insurance and Aircraft Finance Coporation Student of the year award
• Rolls Royce Trent 1000 visited
• Gulfstream G280 sets 15 new city-pair speed records as part of the reliability demonstration program

And lots more!!

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