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The Orion Spacecraft Is Ready For Its Moon Mission

On 14 January the Orion spacecraft for NASA’s Artemis I mission was officially transferred to the space agency’s Exploration Ground Systems (EGS) team responsible for processing Orion for its launch later this year.

The Orion Spacecraft Is Ready For Its Moon Mission

3 mins

Belgium Says Goodbye To Its Loyal Workhorse

As in many other countries and air forces, the Lockheed C-130 Hercules has also been the workhorse within the Belgian Air Force for many years. This military transport aircraft has proven its value several times during numerous military missions and humanitarian deployments and was an essential part of military logistics and tactical transport within the Belgian armed forces

Belgium Says Goodbye To Its Loyal Workhorse

7 mins

CH-53K completes first sea trials

The CH-53K King Stallion was seen working in a modern naval environment for the first time in early January when it completed a two-week period of sea trials in the Atlantic.

CH-53K completes first sea trials

4 mins

Volocopter launches campaign to bring electric air taxi services to U.S. cities

Volocopter, the German air taxi start-up and “Pioneer of Urban Air Mobility (UAM),” announced in early January this year that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) had positively accepted their application for concurrent Type Certificate validation on 22 December 2020.

Volocopter launches campaign to bring electric air taxi services to U.S. cities

3 mins

Chapman Freeborn Airchartering, Inc. adds Cargo Director and a new Northeast office in USA

Expanding its international operations, Chapman Freeborn is growing to meet the increasing demands of the air charter sector and support existing customers in the US market.

Chapman Freeborn Airchartering, Inc. adds Cargo Director and a new Northeast office in USA

4 mins

DHL Global Forwarding is investing R127-million in a new facility in Johannesburg

Aimed at cementing its position in South Africa, the new 13 000 m2 facility will be located within the bonded zone at Skyparks Business Estate, next to the OR Tambo International Airport.

DHL Global Forwarding is investing R127-million in a new facility in Johannesburg

1 min

Maldives - More Popular Than Ever

Ravaged by a tsunami the islands took eight years to recover but are now more popular than ever.

Maldives - More Popular Than Ever

10 mins

Husky battles Cub

For years my home airport was the domain of the Piper Cub. This is, until recently when two similar Husky's joined the fleets of two separate rental companies. If, like me, you've become quite addicted to the Piper Cub you simply cannot escape any comparative research. A trained spotter has to do his best to distinguish between the two types, so how big a difference can it be for a pilot?

Husky battles Cub

5 mins

Extreme Flight Hooked By A Stall

Patrick McAlee, airline pilot, airshow pilot extraordinaire and owner of Extreme Flight, experienced his first flight at the tender age of five years old when his father rented an Aeronca Champ to fly to the EAA AirVenture Fly-in at OshKosh. He did a stall, which Patrick says he still remembers vividly! It both scared and hooked him at the same time!

Extreme Flight Hooked By A Stall

4 mins

Off Script Instructors

We all have that yearly, sometimes twice yearly, check with an instructor. Be it a PPL renewal or a more sophisticated professional license with instrument rating review. It’s a process we must all endure to stay proficient and within the standards required.

Off Script Instructors

4 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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