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The China Southern West Australian Flying College employs around 100 people, in fields ranging from flight and ground instructors, to engineers, administrative personnel and operations staff, and owns a modern up-to-date fleet of more than 50 specialized aircraft, including G115 Glob single engine German technology trainers, US-based twin-engine Piper Seneca V's and high performance Cessna Citation jets.
I'm frankly surprised and disappointed that British Airways would choose to do business with a company like Flying Food," said Anita Ratnam, a British Airways frequent flier, who flies out of Newark Airport.
By doing formation flying, like birds have done for centuries, you can save fuel,'' said NASA Dryden spokesman Alan Brown.
During the 1950s and 1960s, Cochran set a number of speed records at Edwards, often accompanied by Yeager flying a second airplane as a safety precaution.
The Flying Hospital is a medical vehicle that can be used by non-profit organizations, corporations, governmental agencies and other groups wishing to sponsor short or long-term compassionate medical missions throughout the world.
I took it to a trade show, and people started buying the kits before we started flying it.
Students from Edwards' test pilot school took turns flying the plane Tuesday and Wednesday, watched over by two B-17 pilots from the EAA and an EAA engineer.
Yeager ``retired'' from military flying once before, in 1997, but came back for the 2000 Edwards show.
In fact, he said owner-cooperative flying clubs are the best way for young pilots to afford flying time and glean the know-how of more experienced members.
And now, Six Flags gives the nod to Maryland for the new Millennium's first flight of Batwing, the "next generation" of ultimate flying coasters.
2 : to move through the air or before the wind <Paper was flying in all directions.
Now, nearly 40 years later, they're flying Sikorsky Skycrane helicopters to support and protect firefighters on the ground.
Schullery writes with an articulate flair about flying fishing in western culture; fly fishing in the Yellowstone country in 1870; fly fishing in the Yellowstone country in the 20th century, fly fishing rivers in folklore and history, fly fishing as sport and to put food on the table; spiritual aspects of fly fishing; demystifying some "sacred cows" of fly fishing, and how the life lessons of fly fishing have historical reached far beyond casting a line in a pond, stream, lake or river.
Averille Dawson has been flying since she was 17, but she says she's never had a job quite like her current mission.