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First impressions count

BY HENDRIK THIELEMANN Issue 4 – September 2019   “One of the first things people see when they approach a plane is its livery – its paint job in other words. However, it is a significant last element that takes place during aircraft completion,” reflects Siegfried Geissner. As an aircraft painter, Siegfried makes certain that…

History of the Dornier 228

BY LOIS WACHIRA Issue 2 – September 2018   Close your eyes and picture buckling up and taking off over a snowy, rugged mountain range and landing safely the same day in a similar environment. The unforgiving landscape has a jarring, contrasting effect below the crystal clear skies. Though breathtaking, the light of day illuminates…

Making art in the sky – Meeting Katsuhiko Tokunaga, the renowned aviation air-to-air photographer

BY SANTIAGO RIVAS Issue 1 – February 2018   Katsuhiko Tokunaga became a dear friend many years ago as he traveled South America to make air-to-air photographs. It’s challenging to put into words who this extraordinary man is because he is cordial, charming, passionate and “one of a kind”. “Katsu”, as we all know him,…

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