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Lesotho's first privately owned airline - Maluti Sky - has flown its maiden commercial route from Maseru to Johannesburg. The airline - owned by the Matekane Group of Companies has evolved from a charter aviation company started in 2009. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
CC Pocock's Advanced Bush and Mountain Flying Course at Barberton, South Africa. Here we are training on the second day of the course; early in the flight I attempt (with difficulty at first - bear with me) to get the aircraft to spin, and (speeded up in the video) we fly at zero indicated airspeed on the edge of the stall. We continue with two short-field landings and take-offs, one onto a vehicle track in the bush under a power line, the other into a short microlight strip with obstacles on the approach. Music: The Glasper's Steeple by Rashid Ismailov, all rights reserved 2012. CC Pocock is at www.bushair.co.za
L'Ukraine prévoit de livrer à la Chine d'ici à 2021 un deuxième exemplaire de son Antonov An-225, le plus gros avion du monde bâti à l'époque soviétique, a indiqué mercredi un dirigeant du constructeur aéronautique ukrainien. Durée: 00:42
DireTube - Ethiopian Wins Bombardier’s Airline Reliability Performance Award For 5th Year in a Row Ethiopian Airlines, the fastest growing and most profitable aviation group in Africa, is pleased to announce that it has - for the fifth year in a row - won the 2015 Airline Reliability Performance Award from Bombardier Aerospace on May 26 at the Sheraton Arabellapark Hotel in Munich, Germany.This accolade comes just a few days after Ethiopian Airline Group CEO was awarded the 2015 International Grand Prix special award in Milan. The Airline Reliability Performance Award is a highly respected award in the industry and is also regarded as a mark of distinction for the recipients, their employees and their customers alike. Ethiopian won the award in the Q400- Africa and Middle East Region fo...
This plane brought Illinois back from their game at Penn State. The plane flew in from University Park Airport in Pennsylvania. Filmed at Champaign, IL AIrport (CMI). Thanks to Flightstar for letting me on their ramp. Registration was N739MA. Go Illini!
SAA has unveiled yet another turnaround plan. Acting CEO Nico Bezuidenhout has come up with a short-term plan to stop the airline from haemorrhaging financialy in the next three month. The national carrier currently relies on government loans to keep flying...But Treasury has refused to extend it's government guarantees until urgent steps are taken to restore operational efficiency. Bezuidenhout does not have any degrees which has been the source of controversy recently. But he prides himself on his track record as the CEO of SAAs low cost carrier Mango, Now having spent a month as acting CEO at the national carrier - he says' he's come up with a plan to deal with the financial turbulence. SABC reporter Mbongeni Muthwa caught up with Bezuidenhout, he started off by asking just how much big...
a cargo air plan belonging to allied air crashed at kotoka international airport and went straight to crash a benz bus at the hajj village killing twenty passengers
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Turkey vows to highlight agendas of developing countries in the upcoming G20 Summit Turkey is working to highlight agendas of developing countries in the upcoming G20 summit to be held in Antalya, Turkey in November. In a media tour organized in the city of Bodrum, South Western Turkey, it was revealed that Africa will be represented at the summit by NEPAD and the African Union. Among others agendas, the summit will focus its discussion on development with an emphasis on G20 Action Plan on Food Security and strengthening the link between the G20 and Low Income Developing Countries (LIDCs). FBC DireTube is the Largest online Media in Ethiopia Since 2008 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Ethiopia: Yidne Rasta - Fiker [NEW! Ethiopian Reggae Music Video 2017]" ... https://www.youtube.com/wa...
4 days in Chicama....swell was big enough to surf half of it, from the cave to the front. This place has it all: few surfers, plenty of fun sections, good weather (we were lucky) and the water is not too cold... most importantly, you can get 1 or 2-minute waves! www.theduckwhisperer.com
Fifteen thousand artisans, water agents and plumbers are to be trained countrywide to stop water leaks. Seven billion rand goes down the plug annually due to water losses. President Jacob Zuma launched "The War on Leaks Project" in Port Elizabeth. For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SABCNewsOnline?lang=en Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SABCNewsOnline