Airplanes

Some articles on airplane, airplanes:

Windecker Industries - Eagle Prototype
... After a redesign of the empennage, the Eagle AC-7 became the first composite airplane to receive FAA certification, in December 1969 ... The Eagle was faster than the high-performance airplanes it was designed to compete against ... silhouettes of a Beech Bonanza, Cessna 210, and Bellanca Viking, testimony to outrunning those airplanes in side-by-side tests ...
California Department Of Fish And Game - Pilots
... pilots fly and maintain seven single and multi-engine, turbine-powered airplanes from four bases statewide ... They pilot airplanes on law enforcement patrols over land and water, day and night ... required to hold a commercial pilots license, qualified to fly multi and single-engine airplanes in visual and instrument (IFR) conditions ...
Luis Farell - Training
... of the Moisant brothers with Blériot airplanes carried out in the fields of Balbuena in Mexico City ... at which, given the shortage produced by the war in Europe, Mexico had only 18 airplanes four Brown Special biplanes and some TNCA made in Mexico ... Calles that most of the fleet available (13 airplanes in good condition and 5 in disrepair) had to be replaced since they were obsolete and worn away ...
Thomas H. Friedkin - Airplanes
... Friedkin learned about airplanes from father, Kenneth Friedkin, who had served in Britain's Royal Air Force as a combat pilot and pilot trainer during World War II ...
SNETA - History
... Its initial fleet was made up of surplus airplanes from the First World War ... The first nine acquired airplanes were 3 Breguet 3 ... De Havilland Airco DH.9 3 Rumpler C.IV ... a wooden hangar burned out, destroying 7 of SNETA's 23 airplanes ...

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