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| Fabre 2010
Site de l'association Fabre 2010 qui fabrique une réplique volante en matériaux modernes du Canard d'Henri Fabre, pour le centenaire du premier vol d'un hydravion en 2010.Categorie: Associations
| FIGEAC AERO
Figeac-Aéro : sous-traitance aéronautique - Usinage grande vitesse 3, 4, 5 axes - Pièces de structure avions - Assemblage.
aircraft sub-contractor - High speed machining 3, 4, 5 axes - Aircraft structural parts - Assembly.
| Financial Advisor Axa
Finances protection and services in the south of France, Toulouse
For employees and business owners, I provide tailor made solutions for families and professionals in all personal covers such as private healthcare insurance, life insurance, mortgage protection, retirement plans savings and inheritance taxes calculation in order to comply with your needs and your tax optimisation objectives.
I perform audits of your personal assets management to offer secured and diversified insurance and banking solutions.
I enjoy the support of AXA, the worldwide and creditworthy insurance Group.
Agent Prévoyance et Patrimoine AXA
Tel: 06 72 09 85 48
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgCategorie: Banques et finances
Finavia (former Civil Aviation Administration) Finland
Finnish airports, weather at airports, mobile services, air navigation centers, auronautical information services, traffic statistics, publications, recruitment. Finnish/Swedish/English websiteCategorie: Administrations
Finnair, one of the world's oldest operating airlines, was established on 1st November, 1923. In 2005, Finnair carried over 8.5 million passengers.
Finnair Group operations cover the following areas: scheduled passenger traffic and leisure traffic, technical and ground handling operations, catering, travel agencies as well as travel information and reservation services. The number of personnel of Finnair Group is approximately 9 700. The subsidiaries provide air traffic support services or operate in closely related areas.
Finnair's major shareholder is the Finnish government with a 56.3 per cent holding. Other shareholders include insurance companies, various companies and private individuals. Approximately 34 per cent of the shares are owned by foreign shareholders.
Finnair's route network, depending on the timetable period, covers about 50 international destinations. The company's long-haul routes fly to Bangkok, Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Nagoya, Osaka, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo in Asia and to New York in North America. Finnair is to launch a scheduled service to Delhi in November 2006.
Finnair flies to 15 destinations within Finland. The domestic route network is one of the densest in the world in relation to population.
In addition to regular scheduled traffic Finnair operates leisure flights to more than 60 destinations. Leisure traffic flies mainly to holiday resorts in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands, South-East Asia as well in the Caribbean and South America.
The Finnair Group fleet comprises 67 aircraft: Boeing MD-11 wide-body aircraft for long haul service, Airbus A321, A320 and A319 as well as Embraer 170 aircraft for European and domestic trunk routes, ATR 72 turbo prop aircraft for domestic and Baltic feeder traffic and Boeing 757 aircraft for leisure operations.
Finnair has announced to replace its current long-haul fleet with Airbus A340 and A350 aircraft in the early part of the next decade. The renewal program already started with A340 in the summer 2006.
Over 8.5 million passengers
During the calendar year 2005 Finnair carried a total of 8 517 100 passengers.
A total of 5 057 800 passengers were carried on international routes and 2 066 900 on domestic routes. The number of charter passengers was 1 392 400.
Cargo and mail carried by Finnair in the year 2005 totalled 90 242 tonnes.Categorie: Compagnies Aériennes
| First Air
Nous sommes fiers d’offrir des vols réguliers pour passagers et de fret reliant 24 communautés nordiques, avec liaisons vers Edmonton, Winnipeg, Montréal et Ottawa. Notre flotte qui comprend des appareils B737, B727, HS748, ATR42-300 et Hercules sont offerts en mode de vols nolisés partout dans le monde.
First Air est la marque de commerce utilisée par Bradley Air Services Limited. First Air a été fondée en 1946 par Russell Bradley. Les activités de l’entreprise ont commencé à petite échelle à l’aéroport international d’Ottawa.
L’entreprise est aujourd’hui la propriété de la Société Makivik, de Kuujjuaq (anciennement Fort Chimo), au Québec. La Société Makivik est l’entité d’affaires qui a été créée au nom des Inuits du Nord du Québec pour recevoir et investir les fonds compensatoires de la Convention de la Baie James et du Nord québécois, signée en 1975 et qui fut le premier accord canadien de revendications territoriales.Categorie: Compagnies Aériennes
| Flanagan Industries
Producer of complex machined
and fabricated components utilized in the aerospace
and land based gas turbine markets.Categorie: Ingénierie
| Flash Espace
En direct du ciel et de l'espace, l'actualité spatiale en français et en clair!Categorie: Espace
| Flight international
Flight International has been the magazine of choice for the global aerospace industry for over 90 years. Every week Flight International’s global editorial team provides its readers with the latest technical and operational information from the defence, general aviation, business aviation, and technology and spaceflight sectors. No publication breaks as many stories or covers a wider-cross section of the aerospace industry. Categorie: Médias
| fly Blue Line
Plus de 300 000 passagers transportés
4 avions de 52 à 167 sièges
Spécialistes des Vols VIP et ponctuels à partir de 30 passagers.
Leader européen sur le marché des vols ponctuels.
Acteur majeur des vols charters en Europe.
Bassin méditérranée - Europe - Afrique - Moyen OrientCategorie: Compagnies Aériennes
One of Europe’s largest low cost airlines
UK’s leading non-London centric airline
83% of Flybe’s flights are UK domestic compared to 22% easyJet and 7% Ryanair
In November 04, Flybe reported half yearly profits of £14 million
Flybe are owned by the Walker Trust, as featured in the Sunday Times Top 100 Rich List 2004
Flybe is Europe’s leading low fare regional airline. It is a dynamic, fast growing new generation Low Cost Airline.
Flybe is a regional low cost airline with frills
Network focussed on regional concentration avoiding capital cities
Unique business model with 80% domestic routes 10% ski and sun 10% French regional
41 aircraft in Flybe fleet
Flybe are owned by the Walker Trust, as featured in the Sunday Times Top 100 Rich List 2005
1,700 employees (1,270 airline and 430 Aviation Services) 27 years of continuous operations
Carries high percentage of business trafficsupported by Economy Plus product (single cabin but on ground business services)Categorie: Compagnies Aériennes
Plus que tout autre secteur, l’aéronautique et le transport aérien sont confrontés à des défis qui nécessitent une démarche d’intelligence économique.
Avec Flyintelligence, il est question de management stratégique de l’information dans l'aéronautique.
Nos domaines :
Innovation, Lobbying, Enjeux industriels, Market intelligenceCategorie: Médias
| Fondation de Recherche pour l'Aéronautique et l'Espace (FRAE)
l'objet de la Fondation de Recherche pour l'Aéronautique et l'Espace (FRAE) est de définir, promouvoir et financer, pendant six ans au minimum, des programmes de recherche en partenariat, notamment public-privé, dans le domaine de l'aéronautique et de l'espace. Ces programmes véhiculent des enjeux fondamentaux de développements durables, de sécurité, de sûreté et d'environnement.Categorie: Recherche & développement
| Formation ulm alsace
Formation pilotage avion ulm en alsace. Coffret cadeauxCategorie: Formations aero
| Frontier Airlines
Let's face it. Air travel is a pretty straightforward business. You need to go someplace; we'll take you there on one of our planes.
But that's not what we're all about. Our tagline "A whole different animal" means we approach our business with four key principles in mind. These are the four legs that we stand on. They're who we are. "A whole different animal" represents our promise to you. Simply put, our goal is to do the little things that make a big difference to you. Read on to learn about the four basic principles.
It used to be that to get a reasonable fare you had to plan your trip around a Saturday night stay. Forget that. We sell great low fares all week long, and offer combinable one-way fares so you'll always get the very best price. In addition, our EarlyReturns® mileage program provides you with the fastest way to earn free travel.
We'd rather bend than break. In other words, we know that things may change. Our aim is to acknowledge these changes by allowing free standby travel for a different outbound or return flight on the same day as originally scheduled.
Our reputation as one of the most accommodating and friendly airlines in the U.S. begins with our people. Our employees are our foundation, and we understand what it takes to serve you. We know that a smile, a helping hand and respect for your needs are little things that make a big difference to you. Our website and our phone representatives strive to give you efficient service to meet your needs. In addition, full service curbside check-in and convenient locations in Denver International Airport are helpful. We know how hectic life can be and we'll be there to help your travel experience.
We know how to make time fly (pun intended), with more legroom, wider seats and newer airplanes. Add DIRECTV® service with 24 of your favorite channels to keep you connected to news, sports or your favorite programs and you'll see that your flying experience with us is different and better.
Most importantly we want to thank you for traveling with us. We look forward to welcoming you aboard so that you can experience what makes Frontier "a whole different animal."Categorie: Compagnies Aériennes