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    • Air freight

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    • Air traffic management

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    • Aircraft

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    • Aviation and the environment

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    • Fixed-base operators

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    • Flight training

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    • Glossaries of aviation

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    • Air transport of heads of state

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    • History of aviation

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    • International air transport

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    • People in aviation

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    • Powered flight

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    • Aviation safety

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    • Aviation

    • Aviation is the practical aspect or art of aeronautics, being the design, development, production, operation and use of aircraft, especially heavier than air aircraft. The word aviation was coined by French writer and former naval officer Gabriel La Landelle in 1863, from the verb avier (synonymous flying), itself deri ... Read »


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    • Air Transport Network

    • Air transport network or air transportation network (ATN) is an example of transport networks and spatial networks. The nodes of the network are the airports and the links represent direct flight routes between two airports. Alternatively, cities can be considered as the nodes with links representing direct flight conn ... Read »


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    • Airport-to-Airport Mutual Aid

    • Airport-to-airport mutual aid programs provide expert assistance and material support to an airport that has been affected by a natural or manmade disaster on a voluntary basis from other airports. The concept has been described as "airports helping airports." The first example in the world was the Southeast Airports ... Read »


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    • All American Turbo-Cat

    • The Turbo-Cat was a jet aircraft catapult launch system powered by six jet engines. It was invented by Don Doolittle, and manufactured by the All American Engineering Co. of Wilmington, Delaware, USA. Six Allison J33 engines in a capstan arrangement provided 50,000 horsepower directly to the launching cable. ... Read »


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    • Arkansas Aviation Historical Society

    • Arkansas Aviation Historical Society is a non-profit organization promoting aviation. It created the Arkansas Aviation Hall of Fame in 1980, and recently created college scholarships in hopes of encouraging young people to pursue aviation careers. The Aviation Hall of Fame honors individuals who played a great role in ... Read »


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    • Aviareps

    • AVIAREPS AG

      AVIAREPS Group is a General Sales Agent (GSA) of airline and tourism representative. Founded in 1994 in Germany the corporation is now operating through a network of 58 offices in 43 countries. AVIAREPS Airline Management GmbH was founded in Germany in 1994 with the aim of meeting the growing demands of the avia ... Read »


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    • Aviation call signs

    • Aviation call signs are call signs assigned as unique identifiers to aircraft. Call signs in aviation are derived from several different policies, depending upon the type of flight operation and whether or not the caller is in an aircraft or at a ground facility. In most countries, unscheduled general aviation flights ... Read »


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    • Air cargo

    • Air cargo is any property carried or to be carried in an aircraft. Air cargo comprises air freight, air express and airmail. Cargo can be transported by passenger, cargo or combi aircraft: The first cargo flight took place on the 7 November 1910 in the USA, between Dayton and Columbus, Ohio. Philip Orin Parmelee ... Read »


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    • Colorado Division of Aeronautics

    • Colorado Division of Aeronautics is part of the Colorado Department of Transportation. The Division's main office is located at Front Range Airport. The seven-member Colorado Aeronautical Board (CAB) was created by statute in 1988 and is responsible for aviation development in Colorado. Members of the Board repres ... Read »


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    • Environmental causes of aviation stress

    • In aviation, a source of stress that comes from the environment is known as an environmental stressor.Stress is defined as a situation, variable, or circumstance that interrupts the normal functioning of an individual and, most of the time, causes a threat. It can be related not only to mental health, but also to physi ... Read »


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    • Fare basis code

    • A fare basis code (often just referred to as a fare basis) is an alpha or alpha-numeric code used by airlines to identify a fare type and allow airline staff and travel agents to find the rules applicable to that fare. Although airlines now set their own fare basis codes, there are some patterns that have evolved over ... Read »


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    • FBO RIGA

    • FBO RIGA

      FBO RIGA is a certified ground handling agent and the operator of the business aviation center at the Riga International Airport. Currently, the company is using the airport’s VIP centre for servicing passengers and crews. The opening of the new FBO RIGA Business Aviation Center took place in September 2015. The n ... Read »


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    • Aerial firefighting

    • Aerial firefighting is the use of aircraft and other aerial resources to combat wildfires. The types of aircraft used include fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters. Smokejumpers and rappellers are also classified as aerial firefighters, delivered to the fire by parachute from a variety of fixed-wing aircraft, or rappelli ... Read »


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    • Flight Consulting Group

    • Flight Consulting Group

      Flight Consulting Group is an operational holding company based in Riga, Latvia (EU). Flight Consulting Group has 15 years of experience in the business aviation area and provides solutions for flight support, business jet ground handling, organising private charters, buying and selling aircraft, and aviation consultin ... Read »


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    • Douglas Hofsass

    • Douglas Hofsass (Doug Hofsass) is a former Assistant Administrator in the United States Department of Homeland Security, assigned to the Transportation Security Administration. In addition to his role as the Assistant Administrator overseeing risk based security and trusted traveler programs, he also served as the Fede ... Read »


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    • Jet card

    • A Jet Card is a private aviation option that enables holders to use various different aircraft at agreed-upon fixed hourly rates. Traditional hourly Jet Card programs offer a fixed amount of hours on a specific aircraft model or category. Notable Jet Card providers include Delta Private Jets, Flight Options, Airstrea ... Read »


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    • Jetex Flight Support

    • Jetex Flight Support

      Amer Jarrah - Sales manager. Jetex Flight Support is a trip planning and aircraft handling company. Jetex operates lounges and fixed-base operators (FBOs) with 37 locations in 27 countries. Jetex launched in June 2005 in Dubai. At that time, the company focused on flight support and charter flights through its fleet ... Read »


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    • List of personal air vehicles

    • This is a list of personal air vehicles. ... Read »


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    • LunaJets

    • LunaJets

      LunaJets is a private jet broker with headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, where it has been based since it was founded in 2007 by former Ogilvy advertiser Eymeric Segard. It is a privately owned company, by two original founders. As an online broker, the company does not own any aircraft, but rather matches countles ... Read »


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    • Mental health in aviation

    • Mental health in aviation is a major concern among airlines, regulators, and passengers. This topic has gained more attention recently, especially after the 2015 Germanwings crash deliberately caused by the plane's copilot. There are many different causes but, as of now, there is almost no action taken to try and comba ... Read »


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    • National Aviation Intelligence Integration Office

    • The National Aviation Intelligence Integration Office (NAI2O) is the lead organization for coordinating and integrating the Intelligence Community's (IC) perspective on civil aviation issues. NAI20 brings together the Global Aviation Community Of Interest (GACOI) to improve civil aviation safety and security through co ... Read »


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    • Pay to fly

    • Pay-to-fly or pay-to-work programs, sometimes referred to as "pay-to-fly" or "p2f", also known as 'self-sponsored line training', are an aviation industry practice whereby a professional pilot operates an aircraft on revenue-earning commercial operation by paying for it. Prices range from around 14,000 euros to somet ... Read »


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    • Pearson Field Education Center

    • Coordinates: 45°37′23″N 122°39′18″W / 45.623°N 122.655°W / 45.623; -122.655 The Pearson Field Education Center (PFEC) delivers experiential aviation based science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs for young people ages kindergarten through 12th grade (K ... Read »


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    • Power Push-Over

    • Power Push-Over (Buntover) is the action of an aircraft, typically a Gyroplane, whose propeller thrust line is above the Center of Gravity and lacks an adequate horizontal stabilizer to pitch forward. Power Push-Over is caused by the creation of a Torque around the center of mass of the gyroplane by the force of the p ... Read »


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    • Relief Wings

    • Relief Wings was founded in 1940 by Ruth Rowland Nichols as a humanitarian air service for disaster relief. Consisting of private aircraft, volunteer medical professionals and a network of medical facilities, Relief Wings were able to contribute an effective air-ambulance service to the programme of civil defence. Reli ... Read »


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    • Rendition aircraft

    • This page describes several aircraft that are alleged in media reports to have been used in the practice of extraordinary rendition, the extralegal transfer of prisoners from one country to another. N313P was a tailnumber assigned to a Boeing 737 that the Chicago Tribune reported on Tuesday, February 6, 2007, flew ... Read »


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    • Stress in the aviation industry

    • Stress in the aviation industry is a common phenomenon composed of three sources, which are physiological stressors, psychological stressors, and environmental stressors. Professional pilots can experience stress in flight, on the ground during work-related activities, and during personal time because of the influence ... Read »


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    • Teardrop turn

    • A Teardrop turn is a method of reversing the course of an aircraft or vessel so that it returns on its original path, travelling in the opposite direction, and passes through a specified point on the original path. The teardrop turn has been described as a difficult maneuver which provides little margin for error. The ... Read »


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    • Penny Thompson

    • Gladys "Penny" Thompson (October 17, 1917 – September 22, 1975) was an American aviator and women's intercontinental air race-air show promoter and aviation publisher-editor during the 1940s and early 1950s. In 1953, she married Miami Herald humor columnist Larry Thompson, and for 20 years until his death, she was ... Read »


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    • Western Michigan University SkyBroncos Precision Flight Team

    • Western Michigan University's SkyBroncos Precision Flight Team is the official university-sanctioned flying team of Western Michigan University Originally founded in 1946, the SkyBroncos compete in the NIFA (National Intercollegiate Flying Association) professional organization series of competitions as a forum of com ... Read »


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    • Woodley Airways

    • Woodley Airways was a carrier based in Anchorage, Alaska, United States. The airline was founded in 1932 by Art Woodley (died 30 May 1990, aged 84). Woodley Airways operated a flight from Anchorage to Nome. It was a one plane one pilot operation. It quickly caught on as an alternative to a dogsled trip. Woodley charge ... Read »


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