Helicopter pilots have one of the most demanding jobs in aviation. The flying itself is usually totally hands-on, totally visual, involves flying relatively close to the ground during the en-route phase, and frequently involves flying extremely close to buildings or other obstructions on the approach to the destination landing point. This was certainly true of […]
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The problems with decisionmaking about whether to fly – or not – in the volcanic-ash-affected skies over Europe is that so little is known about these circumstances. The situation is unique in that this ash cloud is affecting a large area of intense aviation activity. The Met Office weather research Dornier 228 at work Vocanoes somewhere on the planet […]
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