The Russian equipment will ensure radar control and navigation at a distance of up to 400 kilometers form the aerodrome
and instrument landing of aircraft in poor visibility conditions.
Lisa Raitt, Canadian Minister of Transport, said she has proposed changes that will improve the efficiency and transparency of the construction and operations of aerodromes
War memorial group chairman Peter Smith said: "Fourteen experienced pilots and trainees were killed while training at or visiting this WWI flying training aerodrome
on the edge of Oxford in 1917/18.
The certificate, which is valid for five years, confirms that the BIA aerodrome
is licensed and approved for international civil air traffic operations.
We have evaluated the implications of this area of land being used for residential development and it is clear that this would be incompatible with the ongoing use of the aerodrome
He was speaking at a housing development in Stevenage, Herts, not far from the aerodrome
After just 44 minutes "there was the aerodrome
, laid out on the gorse-lit heights above Teignmouth," a quick stop before "the machine went nonchalantly on to Plymouth in another 20 minutes.
Ehlert, who was in the Luftwaffe so knew what he was looking for, actually 'recced' the aerodrome
Other memorabilia includes a souvenir programme from a Castle Bromwich "show at home" entitled A Celebration of the Battle of Britain - August to October 1940 at the aerodrome
in 1954, just after Mr Read was posted to the base.
The tangle caused both parachutes to collapse and the two men, who were experienced parachutists, crashed down on to the aerodrome
The crash happened at Old Warden Aerodrome
, near Biggleswade, as 600 people attended a military pageant.
20, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome
will feature "WOMEN FLY WEEKEND" on October 1 and 2 to expand awareness among girls and young women about the fun of flying for recreation and the potential for careers in aviation.