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AirReport 1995
[b29]


South Africa's Aerospace Yearbook

Editorial by Linden Birns

Photography by Herman Potgieter

Contents include the following:

Foreward by Lt Gen James Kriel, Chief of the SAAF

Time to Shed the Fat
Looking at the changing face of the worlds aerospace industry

A New Line Up
The airline shake-up of 1994 reflected South Africa's rapidly changing circumstances.

A Smoother Ride
An interview with Minister of Transport Mac Maharaj

A Force for Good
A Special Report on the SAAF which celebrates its 75th anniversary

On Guard
An interview with Defence Minister Joe Modise (with respect to the SAAF)

Blow winds, Blow
Moves are afoot to stimulate regional aviation growth

Farnborough 94
Photography by Herman Potgieter

Standard Bearers
A Special Report on Atlas Aviation and Simera, the aerospace divisions of Denel

On the Sunnier Side
Prospects for aircraft sales in all categories are looking up after a quiet 1994.

A Touch of Africa
A Photographic portfolio by Herman Potgieter

Easy Come, Easy Go
Things are lloking up at ATNS, but they're a little down at the Airports Company

Flight of the Lebombo
DC-4 Lebombo, with fare paying passengers aboard, flew across Africa and the Atlantic to Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Down in the Desert
The crash of the SAAF Museum's prized Shackleton

Take Good Care
Steps taken to improve aviation safety

What a Load of Rubbish
How well is the aviation industry looking after the environment?

Aerobatics Unlimited
The Smirnoff Team and its Pitts Specials celebrate 10 years of daredevilry

Going for the Games
The Aero Club is in line to stage the World Air Games

The Blue Pages
Who to contact for what

169 pages

This book is second hand and in very good condition.

R75.00 R60.00

This product was added to our catalog on Monday, 01. September 2008.
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