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a school for teaching students to fly airplanes

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He envisioned more infrastructure for his province, including a flying school and even a commercial airport for smaller planes on the other end of Bohol, opposite Tagbilaran City, on the fist-shaped island, and a bridge to link Bohol and Cebu.
Last Saturday, the Class of 1957 of the PAF Flying School marked their diamond anniversary at the Red Lantern restaurant of the beautiful Solaire Resort and Casino by the bay.
Launched in 1925, initially at Cramlington Airfield by a group of First World War pilots who wanted to continue flying, Northumbria Flying School, which moved to its current base at Newcastle airport in 1935, is the oldest flying school in the country in continuous existence.
The inquest heard how flying school student logs showed Mr Hendrickson had recently completed exercise 10a - slow flight - which aims to familiarize a student with characteristics of the aircraft close to stall.
The news was welcomed by South Warwickshire Flying School managing director Rodney Galiffe.
Carol Vorderman at the Staverton Flying School yesterday
According to reports, Bahinting owned Aviatour, the aircraft charter company and flying school that operates the twin-prop Piper Seneca that crashed.
John Paul Riddle declared that the company intended "to make this the largest and most efficient flying school in the South" (pp.
FB Heliservices managing director Peter Richardson said: "I am delighted that FB Heliservices has been awarded a new contract to continue with the Defence Helicopter Flying School and support services requirements for the UK Ministry of Defence which I believe recognises our success in working with and supporting the UK Ministry of Defence during the last 15 years.
The company said that the contract, worth GBP193m, will begin 1 April 2012 and is a continuation of the existing Defence Helicopter Flying School and support services contract.
Hybrid has also opened a flying school in order to impart quality flying training to aspiring and eligible pilots, making Hybrid Aviation a complete aviation services provider across the country, the company said.
Built in 1931 as a flying school, the aerodrome became a licensed airport in 1938.
In these trainers, cadets in primary flying school learned to take off, land, do steep turns, spins, stalls, and aerobatics such as loops and rolls.
Earlier, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Central) G Ramesh submitted a report to the court on behalf of Police Commissioner Jyothi Prakash Mirji proposing four venues -Judicial Academy, Balabrooie Guest House, Special Court at Parappana Agrahara and Jakkur Flying School - for the special sitting.
No-one apart from the occupants of the aircraft, operated by Ravenair Flying School, was injured.