Rob Neil visits the engine overhaul facility operated by the Pratt & Whitney Air New Zealand Services partnership at Christchurch and talks to its General Manager, Bill Moeller, about the company’s success in a highly competitive global market.
This article by Richard Greaney summarises the reasons why 406 MHz beacons have replaced older beacons operating on 121.5 MHz.
Pacific Wings’ UK correspondent, Peter Cooper, attended the 2009 Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) – which he says is still the “greatest air show”. Military aircraft enthusiasts will believe him after looking at Peter’s photographs.
No, it isn’t a spelling mistake – LITENING II is the designation for the precision attack targeting system that will ensure the venerable B-52’s ongoing deadly efficiency and relevance in the 21st century, as Kevin Jackson and Wellingtonian Erik Roelofs explain.
This very personal story by Don Harward will resonate with every reader who has ever truly “burned” with a desire to fly – or with a desire to serve one’s country.