This app is replacing our first app that only had a link to our website.
From this app you can acces our info from the website www.aviationnews.eu, our Facebookpage www.facebook.com/www.aviationnews.eu and our Flicker photo page.
Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Aviation Publisher.
As Britain’s longest established monthly aviation journal, Aviation News provides up-to-date, accurate and succinct information on every branch of this fascinating subject. Whilst the primary focus is on commercial and modern military aircraft, Aviation News also features airshows, historic warbirds and general aviation. Aviation News prides itself on providing high-quality information to enthusiasts, detailing airport movements, orders, leases and registrations. Aviation News is known throughout the world for its richly varied, easy-to-read features providing the ultimate armchair-on-the-world of flight and flying events.
Regular features include:
•Comprehensive up-to-the-minute aviation news coverage
•Military and commercial articles from around the globe
•Historic and preservation news and features
•Airshow previews and reviews
•General aviation and registration news
•Commercial registrations, airports news and movements
•Air Traffic Control news
•Product reviews – the latest books and simulations
•Regular special feature sections and supplements
And much, much more!
For more information, visit www.aviation-news.co.uk
Please note: Posters or wall planners included with the printed magazine are currently unavailable with the digital version.
This is a free app download. Within the app users can purchase the current issue and back issues.
Subscriptions are also available within the application. A subscription will start from the latest issue.
Available subscriptions are:
-The subscription will renew automatically unless cancelled more than 24 hours before the end of the current period. You will be charged for renewal within 24 hours of the end of the current period, for the same duration and at the current subscription rate for the product.
-You may turn off the auto-renewal of subscriptions through Google Play Account settings, however you are not able to cancel the current subscription during its active period.
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I have received quite a few suggestions/feature requests from some of you but the situation is quite tricky here.
I have originally developed the app for my own use and to learn how to build Android apps. I don't see much point in further developments of the app for a number of reasons:
1. There is no official API for avherald, so what you see in the app is a result of parsing the avherald website, which is quite tricky and not very robust (i.e. a change to the website might render the app useless). As a result features like posting comments, although possible to implement, require a lot of effort and time (also to maintain after they have been released).
2. A couple of months back Simon has released an official iOS app for avherald and I'm sure he's working hard on an Android app, too. Due to the fact that it will be tightly integrated with the data sources, it will most likely simply be better than my app, so everybody will switch to the new one.
3. I have absolutely no incentive to continue working on the app; some time ago I have introduced a mild form of non-intrusive advertising but nobody is clicking on the ads - throughout this whole period the app has made less than a third of what I had to pay to register as a Google developer, to be able to post the app on Google Play in the first place.
4. For a brief moment I was considering releasing a paid version of the app with extra features but since it relies on hard work of somebody else (Simon), I thought it wouldn't be ethical.
La réactivité rédactionnelle, la pertinence, la qualité des illustrations, sont au cœur des préoccupations des membres de la rédaction de Raids Aviation. Ces derniers vous proposent un panorama complet sur les forces aériennes françaises et internationales.
Le Magazine Raids Aviation, composé des meilleurs journalistes professionnels spécialisés dans le domaine de l'aviation de combat, vous offre une réelle immersion dans le domaine des avions de combat en France et à l'international.
Each issue of Asian Aviation is available through the app, the publication coinciding with the release date of the print magazine. ( See Asian Aviation website for more details www.asianaviation.com).
Established in 2000, Asian Aviation is a leading independent civil aviation magazine published out of Singapore by Asian Press Group Pte Ltd.
Asian Aviation has become a reliable source of information covering all sectors of the aviation industry, in the Asia-Pacific region, central and southern Asia. Asian Aviation is read by industry leaders and key decision makers.
Register through the app for continued access to Asian Aviation.
If you look in your garden shed, or under the kitchen or laundry sink, you are likely to find a number of potentially dangerous goods. Some of the more common of these are things such as pesticides, petrol, paint, mineral turpentine, methylated spirit, gas cylinders, oven and drain cleaners, bleach, glues and aerosols.
You are probably happy to store these items at home, or carry them in the car on the way home from the shop, because you know where they are, and manage any risk associated with carrying or storing them. You store them out of harm’s way, so that no one can swallow or mishandle them, and you keep them upright so they don’t tip and leak.
However, put these items in an aircraft, flying high above the earth, and subject to severe atmospheric pressure (up to 75kPa), extremes of temperature and vibration (1g to 8g of acceleration), and they can behave unpredictably.
The Can I pack that? Dangerous Goods App can help inform you about what you can and can’t pack in your luggage. And, if it can be brought aboard, guide you on how to do it safely.
If you can’t find the item you’re looking for you can submit the search query to our team of Dangerous Goods Inspectors for classification.
Remember - if you are still unsure about a particular item and whether it may pose a safety risk, always check with your airline or airport staff.