National Aviation Policy White Paper

| July 26, 2017

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The world today is more interconnected than ever before. Modern telecommunications, particularly the Internet, have revolutionised the way we do business, as well as the way we communicate and socialise.

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Hoh Aeronautics Inc

Hoh Aeronautics, Inc. (HAI) is a small business dedicated to research and development in several highly specialized technology disciplines. These include the analysis, development, and testing of conventional and advanced flight control systems and displays for fixed and rotary wing aircraft. Related areas of expertise include the evaluation and development of handling qualities criteria, design and execution of piloted simulations and flight-test programs, and the development of Computer Based Training Programs. HAI has been in business since 1988.

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Article | April 13, 2020

When operating aircraft above the Arctic Circle (66.5° N latitude) there are certain hazards to be aware of. We decided to take a look at what aircraft are best suited for Arctic flight.A huge problem with flying in the Arctic is not just icing, but the visual restrictions that are placed on pilots. During the spring and fall, whiteout or flat light can distort what a pilot sees. The horizon can suddenly disappear making objects appear as if they are floating in the air. This can make things like mountain ranges extremely difficult to judge.

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Hoh Aeronautics Inc

Hoh Aeronautics, Inc. (HAI) is a small business dedicated to research and development in several highly specialized technology disciplines. These include the analysis, development, and testing of conventional and advanced flight control systems and displays for fixed and rotary wing aircraft. Related areas of expertise include the evaluation and development of handling qualities criteria, design and execution of piloted simulations and flight-test programs, and the development of Computer Based Training Programs. HAI has been in business since 1988.

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