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Oxford English for Aviation | Oxford English for AviationAudio CDs: English: MP3, 256 Kbps (2 channel) | 01:02:13PDF BookOveral size: 139 MB | Genre: Learning English English for Aviation has been developed specifically for people who work in the aviation industry and need to comply with the International Civil Aviation Organization's (ICAO's) language proficiency requirements. It supports standard phraseology and builds upon it to help improve plain English in the skill areas specified by ICAO: pronunciation, structure, vocabulary, fluency, comprehension, and interactions.   Download File
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National Geographic: World's Toughest Fixes - Airline ER (2009)   National Geographic: World's Toughest Fixes - Airline ER (2009)DVDRip | English | 47 mins | 672x512 | XviD | 25 fps | MP3-114 kbps | 595 MbGener: Documentary | Reality When one of Boeing's jetliners needs a repair, a team of specialists gets sent to fix it. They're Boeing's crack AOG (Aircraft on the Ground) team and this time their destination is Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, where Sean Riley joins them to fix a Boeing 767 that suffered a multi-million dollar fender-bender in the airport's parking lot, which damaged the jet's pressure dome… a piece of technology that keeps passengers alive up to 43,000 feet. To make the fix means taking the back of the plane apart, one bolt at a time, and Riley's there for every step of this delicate and dangerous transplant operation.Download Hotfile.com
National Geographic - Flying Aircraft Carrier: USS Macon Airship (2009) National Geographic - Flying Aircraft Carrier: USS Macon Airship (2009)English | 720p HDTV W4F | MKV | x264 1280x720 3028Kbps 29.97fps | AC3 384Kbps 6CH 48KHz | 00:45:44 | 1.09GBGenre: Documentary This is the untold story of one of the biggest Zeppelins ever built: the USS Macon. Originally built in the early 1930s by German engineers, the Macon carried five Sparrowhawk planes inside her hull that could be launched and retrieved during flight. DownloadRapidsharePart 01Part 02Part 03Part 04Part 05Part 06Part 07Part 08Part 09Part 10Part 11Part 12