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Volatility of Jet Fuel

John Heimlich, Chief Economist at Airlines for America, explains how jet fuel is the most volatile cost within the airline industry.

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Posted by rr1455 - August 20, 2017 at 4:52 pm

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Practice Autorotations in a R22 at Scottsdale Airport

Practicing some auto's

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Posted by rr1455 - August 19, 2017 at 3:48 pm

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Air Force One

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THE FIRST AIR FORCE ONE

A video about the very first Air Force One, Columbine II.

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Arizona Technology & Innovation: Algae Jet Fuel

An Arizona-based algae technology company is poised to produce algae-based jet fuel for SkyNRG, a Dutch renewable aviation fuel producer. Heliae CEO Dan Simon talks about his company's efforts to develop technologies that enable large scale, cost-effective, production of bio-fuels.

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Posted by rr1455 - August 18, 2017 at 4:56 pm

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AH-64 Apache Helicopter fly by Scottsdale Airpark

Here is the AH-64 Apache Helicopter doing a fly by

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Made in Germany | The Price of Jet Fuel How Low-Cost Airlines Deal with High Fuel Prices

Germany to Mallorca for one euro, to Nice for ten. With bargains like these, low-cost airlines have won new customers in recent years: people who otherwise could not afford to fly. But the days of dirt-cheap air travel may be over.

Now airlines are now trying to increase revenues with additional charges; for example for seat reservations, luggage transport or accepting credit cards. Because unlike established carriers like Lufthansa, very few low-cost airlines bought reserves of fuel as insurance against oil price increases. Fuel has become the single most important cost factor for airlines. Dan Hirschfeld went behind the scenes at Germanwings airlines to see how such carriers try to deal with the crunch.

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H5Media Production Video Helicopter Best Video Production From The Air Scottsdale AZ

Through the decades, filmmakers from around the globe have flocked to the American Southwest to capture the vibrancy and splendor of this region's unique beauty. Today, H5 Productions offers the convenience, technology and talent that make it easier than ever to capture brilliant, high definition footage of these majestic panoramas.

H5 is based in Scottsdale, Arizona, merely minutes by air from some of the world's most exotic and scenic natural wonders. From the roiling waters of the Colorado to the red rocks of Sedona, from the burning floor of the Painted Desert to the snow-kissed plateaus of the Hopi mesas, H5 is the only HD aerial production company specializing in Arizona, the Four Corners region and northern Mexico.

Our facility is conveniently located adjacent to Scottsdale Municipal Airport, just a short distance north of Phoenix's Sky Harbor International Airport.

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Air Force One

Air Force One is the official air traffic control call sign of a United States Air Force aircraft carrying the President of the United States. In common parlance the term refers to those Air Force aircraft specifically designed, built, and used for the purpose of transporting the president. The Presidential aircraft is a prominent symbol of the American presidency and its power.

The idea of designating specific military aircraft to transport the President arose in 1943, when officials of the United States Army Air Forces — the predecessor to the U.S. Air Force — became concerned with relying on commercial airlines to transport the President. A C-87 Liberator Express was reconfigured for use as a presidential transport; however, it was rejected by the Secret Service amid concerns over the aircraft's safety record. A C-54 Skymaster was then converted for presidential use; this aircraft, dubbed the Sacred Cow, transported President Franklin D. Roosevelt to the Yalta Conference in February 1945, and was subsequently used for another two years by President Harry S. Truman.

The "Air Force One" call sign was created after a 1953 incident during which a flight carrying President Dwight D. Eisenhower entered the same airspace as a commercial airline flight using the same call sign. Several aircraft have been used as Air Force One since the creation of the presidential fleet, including two Boeing 707s introduced in the 1960s and 1970s, respectively; since 1990, the presidential fleet has consisted of two Boeing VC-25As — specifically configured, highly customized Boeing 747-200B series aircraft. The Air Force is looking into replacing the two VC-25 aircraft with three replacement aircraft beginning in 2017.

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Credits to: National Geographic

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Gary Mascaro – Aviation Director, Scottsdale Airpark

For Gary Mascaro, aviation director at Scottsdale Airport, the flying bug bit early. "My dad worked on an aircraft carrier in the Navy and was always talking about the military aircraft he was around," says Mascaro. "I went aboard the carrier one day and I've had the bug ever since."

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Posted by rr1455 - August 17, 2017 at 3:07 pm

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