Business Aviation Allows Hormel to Stay True to Its Roots

Greg Vortherms: Hormel is a food company. They understand the need for safety and the resources designated for it so they back us up 100 percent on safety concerns. Week-to-week we have hazard reports that we keep on file. These, quarterly, we go through those. And we have what’s called a “safety action group” which is made up of one of our mechanics and three of the other pilots. Dave Trierwasser: And that’s when all these different hazard reports, any

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The G.I. Bill | Upper Limit Aviation

I remember it was my sophomore year in high school. I was trying to think of what I wanted to do with my life. And it’s always been intrigued by helicopters. Researched a little bit about it, found out how much it costs. And it was kind of like a dream that was shattered. I was really bored in college. I decided I need to find something else to do with my life, something that felt more fulfilling than what

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How do Airplanes fly ?

air planes fly? Over the last few decades, airplanes have certainly revolutionized the way we travel. But, have you ever thought of how it flies ? How does it navigate ? We will get answers for these questions from this video in a simple, yet scientific way. We will also explore how the flight is controlled in a real-time manner. First, let’s look at some history. Many crazy flying machine designs were tested in the nineteenth century because of mankind’s

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Flying a Cessna to Scotland – Medieval Castles & In-Flight Pee Fail #2

*music* Matt: Now we’re headed to Scotland, gonna clear Customs there and stuff and then continue on to somewhere in the UK Matt: 210EU request IFR to uh… EGPE JP: C, PC Matt: We’re cleared to the EGPC via VM 62N 015W RATSU DEBVI maintain 7,000 squawk 3234, N210EU Reykjavik Ground: N210EU read back is correct, check information India Matt: N210EU ready to go 19 Reykjavik Tower: 210EU line up runway 19 Matt: Line up 19, 210EU Reykjavik Tower: N210EU

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AOPA Live This Week – January 24, 2019 | Aviation News

(upbeat music) Coming up, taking your airplane with you behind your RV. A big NOTAM for the big game. Plus, aviation on the red carpet. And flying to Baja. AOPA Live This Week begins in just a moment. (suspenseful music) Celebrate 20 years of Sonex Aircraft by building and flying your dream. Quick-handling, fun, and capable kit aircraft models to suit your flying passions. (suspenseful music) Get the best performance per dollar with Sonex Aircraft. (upbeat music) This is AOPA

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Welcome to Aviation High School

(upbeat music) – At Aviation High School, we take all your regular academic classes, English, social studies, physical education. But then also we have ground operations, carburative magnetos, jet engines. This airplane behind me is my classroom everyday. I’m Martin Sienczuk, and I’m a student at Aviation High School. And I currently go to class at JFK Airport. – Aviation High School is a public New York City high school. Students at Aviation High School spend 4 to 5 years

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Junkers J.1 – Canada Aviation and Space Museum

The Junkers J.I aircraft, also known as the “Möbelwagen” or “Furniture Van,” is a German warplane from the First World War. Designed by engineer Hugo Junkers during the First World War and first test flown in 1917, the Junkers J.I was the first all metal aircraft in the world to enter series production. The plane was constructed from an aluminium alloy with a front fuselage made of 5 mm chrome-nickel sheet-steel. The metal components resulted in a strong aircraft that

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EXTREME FLIGHT – B737-200 Combi Gravel Strip Operation

– It’s not every day you get to fly a 737-200 Classic Combi. (heavy rock music) – This one’s gonna be my take off so it’ll be a scary one. – [Presenter] There’s free meals on board, wow! Yummy. – That was so exciting, first time landing on a gravel for me, man. – You have a really good job. You only have one plane coming every day. – [Air Traffic Controller] And they’re taking every single inch of the

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ADS-B for General Aviation

[Pilot chatter] It saved my life. Not only can I see traffic and weather, but I can see the same traffic and weather that I’m talking to the air traffic controller with. As a result of the investment I made in ADS-B I may have saved my life that day. Randall Burdette, former chairman of the National Association of State Aviation Officials, has flown general aviation aircraft for 40 years. I think one of the key things for us in

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How Emirates Makes 225,000 In-Flight Meals A Day

Narrator: Here in Dubai, Emirates Flight Catering makes 110 million in-flight meals a year. As the world’s largest catering facility, they run 24/7, cooking up every snack, dessert, and main dish eaten by the airline’s 55 million passengers a year. And these travelers eat a lot. In 2018, Emirates passengers downed 72 million bread rolls, over 134,000 pounds of strawberries, 414 pounds of salmon, and more than three million pounds of potatoes. So, how does the world’s largest flying restaurant

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