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Risk managers from Boeing and Aon explain what makes Allianz a key insurance partner for the long term. Democratizing the skies over Europe, Wingly offers private pilots and passengers an option for sharing the costs and passion of non-commercial flight. In Allianz started an aviation insurance business. The underwriting of its first airship insurance policy in Germany commenced what, this year, becomes a century-old partnership with the flight industry.
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Expert risk article Six aviation loss trends on the radar Despite a number of crashes, the global airline industry has also experienced some of its safest years ever in recent times, yet the number of claims shows no sign of abating. Expert risk article "Taxi! Fly me to work, please" One day, commuting in an unmanned electric flying taxi will be possible: fast, economical, traffic-free — and with a virtual zero-carbon footprint. Watch now.
Report Allianz Risk Barometer The most important corporate perils for the year ahead and beyond, based on the insight of more than 2, risk management experts. This book contains abundant color photographs, drawings, biographical profiles of aviators, and more data and specs than most aviation enthusiasts can absorb. This is the kind of excellent book that reminds us of the profound cultural effect that aviation has had on modern man.
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The CRJ banks to the left and continues to climb on its way north. The early morning sun radiates through the starboard windows and floods the cabin with vibrant light. This quiet, smooth aircraft is a darling of the sky in its class. In many ways, the CRJ gives me the impression of flying in a private jet. The pilot informs the passengers that we will be climbing to 35, feet. After my first flight on a Cessna , I flew the and From the age of six I was captivated by the idea of being a pilot. I loved to see those beautiful and powerful machines flying low over our house.
Flight: Years of Aviation by R.G. Grant
As a child, there was never an airplane that flew past me that I did not run out to see. I was moved by the sounds of the different engines.
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The roar of the early jet engines, like the Boeing , DC-8, the Convair and , and my favorite, the Boeing , made me cheer those aircrafts on, as if they were off to accomplish some heroic task. The hum of propeller engines also still enjoys a special place in my heart and imagination, wherever I encounter one. Never did a DC-3 fly by that I did not drop what I was doing to admire its grace and beauty. That formidable machine, built in , is still flying.
Whenever I see one flying cargo today, I regret that I have yet to fly in one. Our house was six miles away from the airport. I even got to see the Concorde, when this supersonic bird first began flying to Miami in the s. I loved the symmetry of the Boeing , as this gallant airliner flew right over me. I could even identify airplanes by their distinctive contrails. As a young boy, I began to study aviation history.