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As almost any other year, Lizanne Woite celebrated Women’s Mont in the air. She is the only female pilot employed by Kishugu Aviation at this point, “but to me gender doesn’t make
There’s been nothing even close to this since reliable satellite-based fire detection records began in Greenland in 2000. Very small wildfires can evade satellite detection, and old-timer scientists
Kishugu Aviation Training Organisation (ATO) is looking forward to a great year of positive growth, despite of difficult global economic conditions. This is the prediction of the confident
Arrive Alive states that 85 per cent of accidents are caused by human error which include disregard for the rules of the road. Many of these accidents are caused by drivers of private