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The Envisat satellite shows this week Lazio, located in the center of the Italian peninsula, as is clearly shown by the contrast of color image acquired on 24 last May.
The Lazio region is rich in different landscapes, ranging from plains pontine numerous hill formations and peaks of the Apennines to the Tyrrhenian coasts long, interspersed with colorful capes such as the Circeo, of Anzio and Gaeta in southern region.
Both companies, European leader in the aerospace industry consortia, gathered in order to display the awesome power of the Eurofighter Typhoon.
The new town hall, introduced for the 2010, dispone l’Eurofighter Cockpit Demonstrator e la replica Full Scale del Typhoon, with a full suite of current and future weapons. The chalet company will see guests from all nations, and pilots operating Air Force.
A daily flight, showing all the capabilities of the Eurofighter Typhoon will be made by the expert rider EADS Geri Krähenbühl.
Eurofighter Typhoon is the largest industrial program in Europe, consists of four main customers of United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and Spain and employs over 100.000 highly skilled workers from all these nations. With 707 aircraft on order, over 220 aircraft already delivered and two export customers, EUROJET and Eurofighter is participating in the Berlin Air Show 2010.
An elderly German patient who had embarked in Catania to return to Hanover, after complaints from some passengers, was made to land: "Smelled too". The airport operator: "No incident of racism"
He had just embarked in the international airport of Catania Fontanarossa to return to Germany. However, because of its unpleasant smell an old German who was returning to Hanover was made to land the plane. The reason? According to the passengers "smelled too, enough to not be able to stay on the plane ".
The decision was taken by the flight commander of Air Berlin to Hanover after complaints from other passengers. The woman, reconstructs the daily newspaper La Sicilia has been taken over by the Italian Red Cross staff. According to the commander of the aircraft she was sick: had a foot sores and very swollen. Just down from the flight was conducted in hospital.
But the version of the Sac, the company that manages the airport, is different. The Director-General Renato Serrano confirmed that the passenger was sick, had a foot sores and visibly swollen. He also confirmed that the commander was to "land" and the woman decide that its conditions were not compatible with the flight. And it is in its role and responsibilities, and its responsibilities, do this type of assessment and decide. "No incident of racism", Serrano says.