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  1. Na minha opinião, a série Flying Colors feito pelo Calder é umas das mais icônicas entre as special liveries. São pinturas que ultrapassam uma época, tornando clássicas e até hoje referências. É impossível não lembrar destas obras de artes e não associá-las com a BN. ______________________________________________________________________ MIAMI — Back in 1976, as the United States was turning into its 200th year as an independent republic, there were countless celebrations and local observances nationwide to commemorate the major event, and in the U.S. aviation, the wave of patriotism and nostalgia was also present. BRANIFF THE FLYING COLORS OF THE UNITED STATES BY ALEXANDER CALDER Back in 1972, George Stanley Gordon from Gordon and Shortt advertising agency approached Modern Master Artist Alexander Calder about using full-sized aircraft as his canvas. Gordon assured that it would be the world’s largest flying artwork, and caught the interest of the artist, who readily accept the idea. After proposing the concept to Braniff—Gordon believed that the airline’s space-aged avant-garde inspired art and fashion would be the perfect customer for his concept—the airline commissioned Calder to paint three aircraft, and Gordon’s agency obtained the advertising account for the airline. Master artist Alexander Calder (left) and advertising executive George Stanley Gordon (right) with Calder painted Douglas DC-8 1/25 scale model in 1973. (Credits: Braniff Flying Colors Collection) In 1975, after the successful launch of the Flying Colors of South America depicted in a Douglas DC-8 airliner, Braniff selected a Boeing 727-200 –the backbone of its domestic fleet– to carry the scheme of the Flying Colors of the United States as a salute from the artist to the 200th anniversary of the nation. The “Flying Colors of South America” was widely advertised, as seen in this 1973 brochure. (Credits: Chris Sloan) The aircraft selected was a Boeing 727-200 registered as N408BN (MSN 19993 • LN 549). Originally delivered to Frontier Airlines in 1968 as N7278F, it was sold to Braniff International in 1972. Alexander Calder took the jetliner and performed an abstract painting of the Old Glory in red, blue and white as it waves in the skies. In keeping with the importance and relevance as a true artwork of the artist, Braniff opted to not to put its titles on the airliner, and only applied the signature of Calder at the front of the aircraft. Braniff reproduced a Calder hand-painted design representing the stripes and stars of the “Old Glory.” This lithograph was presented to leading travel agencies as a souvenir to highlight the 200th years of Independence. (Credits: Chris Sloan) According to Braniffpages.com, a website dedicated to the history of the airline, ship 408 used to be as temperamental as the artist who painted it. Pilots and engineers gave it the nickname Sneaky Snake for two reasons: first, Calder, shortly before his death in 1976, painted a snake on the number one engine nacelle cover. It originally was introduced with just a red ribbon design on this nacelle, and second, the aircraft used to have a “trim problem” that caused pilots to have its altitude and heading constantly adjusted by hand. After Braniff’s demise in 1982, the aircraft remained grounded in Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport for two years, when it was briefly operated by Braniff II and later sold to a leasing firm. Braniff’s Ship 408 did not have only a distinguishable scheme and story but also had an interesting career flying with half a dozen different operators in the United States, the Caribbean, and Europe (Pride Air, Arrow Air, World Airways, Air Atlanta, Cayman Airways, and Torosair in Turkey). The life of this 727 ended up in a spectacular way as was its scheme and career. In 1993, during the filming of Bad Boys, the aircraft was used as part of the movie set in Opa-Locka with another iconic building—the Blimp Hangar. Both were destroyed in an explosion during the final filming sequence. Braniff’s Flying Colors of the United States is for sure object of fascination among many aviation enthusiasts. Many of the children who grew during the 1960s and 1970s remember not only this patriotic scheme but also Alexander Calder’s other work for Braniff. Of these three aircraft commissioned, only two were completed. The Spirit of Mexico, intended to be applied in a second Boeing 727, was never painted. https://airwaysmag.com/airchive/braniff-calder-spirit-of-the-united-states/
  2. The European Commission (EC) has given the US a stern warning not to take any action against Milan-based Air Italy that would prevent it flying to the US. ATW has obtained a copy of the letter, which was sent from EC Mobility and Transport director general Henrik Hololei to US State Department under secretary, economic growth, energy and environment Manisha Singh. In it, Hololei uses unusually direct language to make clear that the EC “will take all steps necessary to defend the rights of the European Union (EU), its Member States and its air carriers” under the EU-US Open Skies agreement, which permits EU country-based airlines like Air Italy to fly to any US destination and vice versa. The EC warning comes as American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines have joined forces in a campaign directed at challenging Air Italy’s flights to the US because Qatar Airways has a 49% stake in the Italian carrier. The three US majors have taken out full-page advertisements in US newspapers and lobbied Congress, claiming that Air Italy’s services are really Qatar Airways fifth freedom flights. While the US also has an Open Skies agreement with Qatar that permits fifth freedom flights, the two countries agreed to a voluntary side letter in January, 2018 in which Qatar said Qatar Airways had no plans to launch fifth freedom services to the US. EC rules permit the 49% stake that Qatar Airways has in Air Italy; Qatar Airway also has a 20% stake in International Airlines Group (IAG), which owns British Airways (BA), but the US airline campaign is not challenging BA’s right to serve the US or calling BA’s flights Qatar Airways fifth freedoms. BA is an American Airlines’ joint venture partner. Hololei, whose letter was cc’d to US Department of Transportation assistant secretary, aviation and international, Joel Szabat, tell Singh: “I have come to understand that, following persistent, but unfounded demands from certain parts of the US airline industry, the US administration is potentially considering taking measures against the services of Air Italy to the United States. In this context, I would like to bring to your attention our serious concerns. “Air Italy is an established EU carrier and its services to the US are covered by and fully consistent with the EU-US Air Transport Agreement (ATA) using 3rd and 4th freedom traffic rights between the EU and the US. Therefore, any measure to curtail or end the rights of Air Italy to serve the US would constitute a clear and serious violation of the ATA. “Such action would be unprecedented and would put into question the most fundamental principles under which our aviation relations have so successfully developed over more than 10 years. I am sure that you would agree with me that the ATA has served us all well and we are always ready to work together with you and your team on this, including on clarifying incorrect public allegations and representations made by certain market participants. “The European Commission will take all steps necessary to defend the rights of the EU, its Member States and its air carriers under the ATA.” A petition was circulated on Capitol Hill calling on the Trump administration to take action against Qatar Airways over Air Italy and US Representative Debbie Lesko (Democrat-Arizona) sent a letter to the heads of the State, Commerce and Transportation, saying that Qatar Airways’ financial support for Air Italy’s expansion into the US violated the US-Qatar Open Skies side letter. However, there has been a backlash against the US majors’ campaign, with other US airlines, airports and travel consumer organizations warning of “misleading and inaccurate” claims. “The [Lesko letter] is premised on misleading claims promoted by parties that stand to benefit financially and its fundamental basis is incompatible with the facts regarding Open Skies and contrary to the broader economic interests of the US aviation, manufacturing and tourism industries, and the millions of American customers we serve,” an aviation coalition wrote in early June. This week, a new US-United Arab Emirates (UAE) joint government statement was released in which the two countries said they “shared an ongoing commitment of the United States and the United Arab Emirates to fully maintain all aspects of their Open Skies relationship.” The significance of the statement lies in its confirmation that all rights of the original 2002 US-UAE Open Skies agreement are confirmed. American, Delta United Airlines and their affiliated labor groups had sought to freeze UAE fifth freedom rights in the agreement, which would have prevented Dubai-based Emirates from expanding its transatlantic flights. Emirates operates Dubai-Milan-New York and Dubai-Athens-New York flights. The other UAE major airline, Etihad Airways, does not operate any fifth freedoms, nor does Qatar Airways from Doha to the US, but the rights are open to all US, UAE and Qatar carriers and are a standard of Open Skies pacts. Karen Walker/ATW karen.walker@informa.com https://atwonline.com/open-skies/ec-transport-chief-warns-us-not-curtail-air-italy-flights
  3. O que os americanos estão falando do Super Tucano Fonte: youtube Via: Site Poder Aéreo http://www.aereo.jor.br/2011/06/15/o-que-os-americanos-estao-falando-do-super-tucano/
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