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  • Air Europe was a wholly privately-owned, independent British airline, established in 1978 under the working title Inter European Airways. It adopted the Air Europe name the following year.
  • Air Europe was an airline based in Malpensa International Airport, Italy. It was at the time of closure part of the Alitalia S.p.A. group.
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Night Fighters: Luftwaffe and RAF Air Combat over Europe, 1939-1945
Night Fighters: Luftwaffe and RAF Air Combat over Europe, 1939-1945
Night Fighters examines the historical, technological, tactical, and strategic evolution of limited visibility aerial combat as the air forces of Great Britain and Germany dueled in the night skies during WWII. The book is based on extensive research and interviews with the key planners responsible for their respective national strategies governing the conduct of the nighttime air war as well as the airmen who fought the war. This arena of WWII combat produced a plethora of technological innovations, the results of which are seen today in everyday military and civilian life. This book provides a detailed historical analysis of the men, methods, machines, and devices that forever altered the course of aviation, military, and scientific history during the air war in the night skies of WWII.

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West Air Europe - Malta
The British Aerospace Advanced Turboprop or ATP is a twin turboprop airliner for up to 72 passengers. The BAe ATP is evolved from the earlier British Aerospace 748 (BAe748). Development of the BAe ATP / Jetstream 61 started in 1984 as a short-range, low-noise, fuel-efficient turboprop aircraft. The airframe of the Avro 748 was re-designed and lengthened and the wing re-designed. Minor modifications were made to the nose and tail shapes. The six-blade propellers were driven by 1,978kW Pratt & Whitney Canada PW126 engines. The prototype British Aerospace ATP, G-MATP s/n 2001, was flown first on 6 August 1986. Certification was granted in March 1988 and the ATP entered airline service in May 1988 with British Midland Airways. In 1994 a modified version with Pratt & Whitney Canada PW127D engines was introduced under the name Jetstream 61. The BAe ATP and Jetstream 61 failed to attract significant orders. The ATP / J61 saw a limited production run. 63 ATPs and 1 Jetstream 61 were built. Production ended in 1998. In 2001 the ATP Freighter project started, with 6 ATPs to be converted into cargo aircraft for West Air Sweden. The ATPF is capable of carrying eight LD3 containers or six LD4s when fitted with the Large Freight Door, or loading up to eight tonnes. The ATPF made it first flight on 10 July 2002. Since 12 ATPs were converted into ATPFs.
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Bel Air
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air europe cheap airline tickets
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In the Skies of Europe: Air Forces Allied to the Luftwaffe 1939-1945
During the Second World War the air forces and pilots of the countries allied to Germany played a greater role than hitherto conceded by historians. In this book, Hans Werner Neulen has gathered an enormous amount of information on the air forces of eight countries and the various foreign airmen [including Russian] who fought with the Luftwaffe. Their operations, mostly carried out in conditions of numerical inferiority, their successes and failures, as well as the motivation of the aircrew and their often tragic fate are all incorporated into this comprehensive account.