Esse foi o primeiro trabalho que fiz no Brasil depois que voltei a morar aqui agora em 2019!:))) •
Eu já estava feliz em fazê-lo, pelo simples fato de ser um trabalho!:p mas aí quando cheguei lá na @fasiluminacao_estudio_brasil !!! Comecei a gostar ainda mais, por causa região onde ela se encontra, da arquitetura da loja, e obviamente por todas as lindas obras de arte que estão lá dentro!!!!:DDD •
Amo design! Então fiquei lá curtindo cada momento que pude, vendo as luminárias pela loja, no dia que fizemos essas fotos!!:)) e quando vi que a @pop_se é uma revista que mistura moda, design e arquitetura++😍😍😍 Karak!!!! Sem palavras!!!! •
Só posso agradecer e muito pela oportunidade de ter feito esse trabalho com vocês!!!!! Muito obrigado à todos que colaboraram de alguma forma para que esse trabalho acontecesse!!!:DDD •
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This evening's posts is dedicated to all the lives lost during one of the most devastating attacks that has ever taken place on US soil. The date is December 7th, 1941! It was another BEAUTIFUL laid back Sunday morning in the city of Honolulu, Hawaii, USA until 7:38 am arrived. That's when an army of 414 Japanese aircraft invaded the city of honolulu's airspace. This was the beginning of the Japanese Navy Air Service's surprise preemptive military strike on Pearl Harbor. The rest of the military strike which was not far behind at all consisted of 6 aircraft carriers, 2 battleships, 2 heavy cruisers, 1 light cruiser, 9 destroyers, 8 tankers, 23 fleet submarines, and 5 midget submarines. The United States lost 4/8 of her battleships, 1 ex-battleship, 1 harbor tug, 3 cruisers, 188 aircraft, 2,335 solders, 68 civilians and 3 civilian aircraft. The Japanese lost 4 midget submarines, 29 aircraft, 64 soldier and one Japanese sailer was captured as a war prisoner. The primary target, or should I say targets, was not there thankfully and as soon as the first wave of Japanese aircraft tore the harbor to pieces is when the Imperial of the Japanese Navy Air Service's realized he made a HUGE mistake because the primary targets which wasthe US aircraft carriers happened to be out during a training exercise and not only that, but he woke up a monster in the making because of the Japanese is what lead the United States into the SECOND GREAT WAR! 😱💔
One of the sharpest looking turboprop singles out there, this is a SOCATA TBM850 taxiing in at Dallas Executive Airport (formerly Redbird Airport). SOCATA’s history goes back to 1911 when it was founded as Morane-Saulnier, one of the iconic names in early French aviation history. In 1966, Morane-Saulnier rebranded as SOCATA (Societe de Construction d'Avions de Tourisme et d’Affaires) to focus on general aviation aircraft when it was bought by Sud Aviation which later became Aerospatiale. In 2000, SOCATA became a subsidiary of EADS, the parent company of Airbus Industrie. In 2008, the French industrial conglomerate Daher acquired controlling interest in SOCATA from EADS and completed full acquisition of the aircraft manufacturer in 2014.
Interestingly, the TBM series started out as a joint venture between SOCATA and Mooney Aircraft- in fact, that’s where the TBM name comes from- “TB” for Tarbes, the city where SOCATA is located, and “M” for Mooney Aircraft.
In 1983, Mooney built the Mooney 301 pressurized single to compete in the high performance piston single market. A single Mooney 301 (for its max speed of 301 knots) was built and flown, but Mooney had financial difficulties before the 301 with its swept back fin (unlike the rest of the Mooney line) could start production.
In 1985, French investors bailed out Mooney and it was decided the 301 was too heavy to be competitive and a joint venture was formed between Mooney and SOCATA to use the 301 as a starting point for an all new high performance single with a turboprop engine. This aircraft became the TBM and plans were for two production lines- one in Tarbes, France, and a second one in Kerrville, Texas, where Mooney was based.
Mooney had more financial issues and withdrew from the TBM project just 8 months after it got type certificated in the United States. Swipe left to see a screenshot of the Mooney 301 from a YouTube video on the prototype’s first flight.
The TBM series is the first high performance turboprop single general aviation aircraft to enter production.
... Green, the color of life, renewal, nature, and energy, is associated with meanings of growth, harmony, freshness, safety, fertility, and environment.
In the day to day it can be easy to get caught up in the title of “parent”... Taking this week off, my first entire week off in over 2 years (except for maternity leave) I’ve been able to slow down enough to watch my bigger kids enjoy the simplicity of life...the harmony, the energy. 😍
Safety and security are easily mixed up together. However they mean different things. While safety refers to all efforts and systems to ensure aircraft free from factors that may lead to an accident, security on the other hand is only one of the component that may affect passenger safety!
With technology and safety improvements, advanced distributed electric propulsion (DEP) flying cars could yet play a part in our fossil-fuel-free future, taking short-haul planes out of our skies and freeing up fume-filled roads.
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N982TW, one of the last American MD-80s, gets ready to head out for retirement in the desert at Roswell, New Mexico, after pushback from Terminal C at DFW on the day of the MD-80’s last passenger services for American Airlines on 4 September 2019. Next to where N982TW was parked was N984TW that flew the actual last American MD-80 passenger services DFW-ORD that day.
N982TW was part of the last delivery group to TWA in December 1999- those three aircraft were the MD-80s N982TW (the MD-80 I photographed here), N983TW, and the very last MD-80 built, N984TW.
In its history, TWA operated a total of 104 MD-80s, all of them -82s and -83s, delivered between April 1983 to the very last MD-80 built, delivered to TWA in December 1999. TWA”s order for the MD-80 started with a lease of 15 aircraft on the heels of the landmark American Airlines order that literally saved the MD-80 production line.
The TWA Board approved the deal in November 1982 and it and the American Airlines deal were innovative as “pay-as-you-go” utilization arrangements that are now commonplace in the airline industry. For TWA, the MD-80s were slated to replace the Boeing 707 and 727 on select domestic routes. Trans World would be 18th airline to operate the MD-80 which at the time of its deal in 1982, had been in service with airline fleets for two years and was still being marketed as the DC-9-80.
Did you know that - world’s shortest runway for commercial flights is 400 meters long (Saba airport)? And that world’s longest runway is 5500 meters long (Qamdo Bamda Airport)?✈️
📷: San Francisco Airport runway overview by @guillaume.laffon#InstagramAviation