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Discussion of airlines and airliners.
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A discussion group consisting of air traffic controllers and pilots from all over the world. The participants discuss procedures and equipment used by atc. The purpose of the list is to foster communication and cooperation between pilots and controllers.
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This list is intended to promote the exchange of information about piloting in its broadest sense. For example: information about where to learn to fly, meetings, and all of kind of aviation questions.
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A forum for the exchange of recreational flying information. While all are welcome, flyers interested in low, slow, laid-back aviating are especially invited to participate. So if: *You have more road maps than sectional charts in your aircraft *You usually need to climb to pattern altitude as you approach an airport *You think IFR should stand for "I Follow Railroads" Then this mailinglist is for you.
To subscribe to this list, send an E-mail with your request to LISTSERV@VM.STLAWU.EDU In the body of the message, type SUBSCRIBE AV8RLINK followed by your real name.
The aviation medicine mailing list, aeromed-list is intended to provide a forum for the sharing of aviation medical information and opinions. It is a truly international forum with representatives from many countries joining in the discussions.
To subscribe to this list, send an E-mail with your request to Listmanager@silverquick.com
AV-JOBS is a moderated discussion list devoted to advertising new job openings in the general aviation field. List topics are for the posting of new job openings only.
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The AVMAIL list is intended to create a forum for the discussion of aviation issues from a gay and lesbian perspective, also to educate, help and inform all members of the list.
To subscribe to this list, send a politely worded request including your full name to AVMAIL@aol.com
AV-ROTOR is an open, unmoderated discussion list featuring helicopters. Read and post discussions, advice, experiences in using this unique aircraft. Discussion formats will include, but are not limited to, EMS, Legislative and Regulatory Issues, Aerial Tours, Maintenance, Heliports, and anything else pertaining to the helicopter, and the helicopter industry.
To subscribe to this list, send an E-mail to LISTSERV@rotor.com and in the body of the message, type SUBSCRIBE AV-ROTOR followed by your real name.
The content is any topic in relation to Lighter Than Air (LTA) aircraft. This includes hot air balloons, gas balloons, airships and hot air airships. Readership is spread over several countries. Members include pilots, crew, and interested parties.
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This list is for owners of the above aircraft to discuss the issues involved in ownership, such as maintenance, performance, instruction, technique, etc.
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How to Use the List
To get more information on how to use this service, please send an E-mail with the command HELP in the body of the message to listproc@lists.Colorado.edu
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This discussion list was started to provide an area for all air medical professionals to exchange information on any topic related to air medical care. We invite all flight nurses, flight paramedics, pilots, communication specialists, physicians, and others involved in air medical care, to participate.
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The expanding use of the Global Positioning System (GPS) in aviation and the specific matters relating to developments in aviation use of GPS have dictated the need for a devoted forum. GPS-Aero is a central location where all persons interested in aviation related GPS can meet to discuss practices and developments.
GPS-Aero will facilitate open discussion about all issues relating to GPS in aviation. The discussions will be based upon:
These discussions will provide the global community access to issues relating to GPS in aviation and foster interest in others regarding this unique GNSS application.
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This mailing list is for the owners & pilots of American, Grumman-American and American General aircraft, as well as other interested enthustiasts. Discussions include, but are not limited to operation, maintenance, improvements, fly-out announcements, fly-in announcements, etc.
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Anything hang glider and paraglider pilots want to talk about.
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Discussions on all aspects of model aviation.
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KITFOX is an unmoderated discussion list for anyone interested in Kitfox airplanes. Appropriate topics include anything related to owning, building or flying any model Kitfox. Commercial advertisements should NOT be posted but personal ads are OK.
Topics include building, flying, owning and multiple other things related to Kolb aircraft.
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This list is dedicated to exchanging information about the Rand Robinson KR series of homebuilt aircraft.
To subscribe to this list, send a E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and type SUBSCRIBE KRNET-L followed by your E-mail address, in body of the message.
National Air & Space Museum (NASM) Public Information NASMNEWS distributes information from the National Air and Space Museum (NASM), which is part of the Smithsonian Institution. Posts will include calendars of events, press releases and short articles on current exhibits.
To subscribe to this list, send an E-mail to LISTSERV@sivm.si.edu and in the body of the message, type SUBSCRIBE NASMNEWS followed by your real name.
The PILOT list has been initiated in order to provide an on-line forum in French for professional and private pilots of airplanes, gliders, helicopters, balloons and other flying contraptions. It is intended to promote the exchange of information about piloting in its broadest sense; for example, information about where to learn to fly, answers to the latest ATP theoretical exams, looking for a co-pilot for a specific voyage or convoying an airplane from the USA.
To subscribe to this list, send an E-mail to LISTSERV@univ-lyon1.fr and in the body of the message, type SUBSCRIBE PILOT followed by your real name.
How to Use the List
To facilitate dialogue, exchange of ideas, and as a resource for RC soaring related products. You will find many RC soaring enthusiasts on the list, along with contact folks from various soaring clubs in the U.S., and abroad, and also industry related people (kits, software, equipment, supplies, etc.) All aspects of RC soaring are welcomed, i.e. fun flying, slope, hand launch, thermal duration, slope racing, F3B, F3J, F3F, electrics, wings, anything about gliders!
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How to Use the List:
Every e-mail message sent to this address will be distributed to everybody on the list (therefore PLEASE DON'T use it to subscribe or unsubscribe.
Most of the chatter is related to questions arising from your lessons; what does it take to complete, or what is the best way to accomplish a certain task; FAA Regulations, testing, etc.
List Owner or Contact: Darrell Early, email@example.com
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To unsubscribe: Send the command UNSUBSCRIBE STUDENT-PILOTS in e-mail to LISTPROC@cadserv.cadlab.vt.edu.
Administrative Requests: Send all other list-related commands to LISTPROC@cadserv.cadlab.vt.edu . For assistance, send the command HELP.
Posting Information: Send all articles to STUDENT-PILOTS@cadserv.cadlab.vt.edu
It is possible to receive the contents of this list as a "digest", a periodic collection of articles from the list traffic.
This forum has been created with the intent of promoting conversation about ultralight aircraft, the joy of flying them, and the responsibility of maintaining them. Requests for advice or information are encouraged, and stories of your experiences and knowledge are eagerly consumed. Any other topics relating to the sport are also of interest to all of us.
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UNSUBSCRIBE: To unsubscribe from the list
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For new product information, news releases, web page updates, coming events and more.
In the body of the message, specify the aircraft model of interest (if any) and include your snail mail address if you would like to receive product information by mail.