Oxford Flying Club was officially opened by the Mayor of Oxford in 1939. However, its life was initially rather short, and as the country prepared for war, restrictions placed on civil flying quickly curtailed its activities. Resurrected in 1947 and renamed the Oxford Aeroplane club, it gradually increased its fleet and reputation and, by 1960, had made the important transition from a club for private pilots to a fully-fledged flying school geared to the training of professional pilots. As the parent company, Oxford Aviation, expanded, so too did the training offered by the school, and by 1961, when it merged with the Pressed Steel Co to become British Executive Air Services Ltd, Oxford was firmly established as one of the UK’s leading Flight Training Schools. Dedicated ground school buildings and student residential accommodation on site were quickly provided, and the first fully integrated Commercial Pilot’s Licence and Instrument Rating courses began in May 1962.
AirLounge ONE delivers the most emotional moments of aviation filming. Gathered while 100.000 miles aviation filming in 8 years. Arranged to lounge and chillout music as well as some famous tunes of the series. Enriched by pilots famous words.
Arann started operations in the 1970s with flights from Galway to the Aran Islands. Today the airline is one of the fastest growing regionals in the world with service throughout Ireland and the UK using a fleet of ATR42s and ATR72s. The dvd includes flights to 9 destinations in Ireland and the UK on both types of aircraft. You will be in the cockpit to witness approaches and landings at many interesting fields and one flight filmed from the cabin. Also included is an air to air chase of the ATR72 in Aer Arann's newest livery and last, but not least, is a flight on an Aer Arann Islands Islander covering 2 destinations operated by the airline subsidiary.
Take a round-trip flight in the Beechcraft King Air 350 from Denver, Colorado's Centennial Airport to the highest commercial airport in North America, Telluride Regional.