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FLARIS engine started (29.08.2016)

We have just finished adapting the fuselage with the new Williams FJ33-5A engine. All took place in our newly built factory in Podgórzyn (Lower Silesia). The new power unit has been started in assistance with specialists from Williams Int. The engine works incredibly well.

It’s a milestone for the whole private aviation sector. FLARIS is the world’s smallest single-engine jet which is able to take-off even from  short, grass runways. Its conception, technical parameters and state-of-the-art technology surpass all the jets that have been produced so far. Such an ambitious project required an exceptional and unmatched new generation engine, which FJ33-5A engine undoubtedly is. It was developed at Walled Lake  based Williams International Company (USA). It’s the most effective turbofan engine in the world. With 8,5 kN of thrust, it is incredibly efficient considering its 130 kg of dry weight.Last month, William’s CEO – Gregg Williams, has informed about their great success in finalizing the certification process in USA. The engine was approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Meanwhile, in Poland a similar process is taking place – where flight tests are being arranged with the Polish Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). It also involves selecting an airport and agreeing a schedule of the test flights.

Flaris getting ready for take-off (21.01.2016)

Fitted with a state-of-the-art Williams FJ33-5A engine, which has a dry mass of 120kg and produces 8,2 kN of static thrust, the FLARIS jet is getting ready for take-off.

Installation of the engine in the fuselage is almost complete. Currently factory tests are underway of the Garmin G600 radio and navigation system, the electro hydraulic power unit which extends the landing gear in normal operation mode, and the landing gear emergency extension system.

The emergency system is based on a hydraulic accumulator which stores energy from compressed hydraulic fluid that is released if the main mechanism fails. The accumulator is filled automatically when the plane is parked at the tarmac before take-off, which ensures that the landing gear will extend even in the case of electricity loss. The plane is also equipped with BERINGER’s advanced braking system with ABS.

Towards the end of February, specialists at Metal-Master, assisted by experts from Williams International, will perform a test run of the powerplant. Testing will include checks of the FADEC system and the onboard computers that interact with the plane’s subsystems. The fuel system and the electrical systems will also be examined.

Jet engine installed in Flaris (19.09.2015)

Works are underway on installing the FJ33-5A engine in the FLARIS LAR 1 jet.

During this year’s International Paris Air Show at Le Bourget near Paris, the manufacturers of FLARIS LAR 1 signed a contract with the owner of Williams International  for the supply of next-generation engines.

On the 16th of June 2015, which was the second day of the show, the FLARIS stand was visited by Greg Williams – the owner and President of Williams International, and Matt Huff – the Vice President, Business Development of Williams International. They signed a contract with Sylwia and Rafał Ładziński – the owners and manufacturers of FLARIS planes, for the supply of next-generation FJ33-5A engines, which are adapted for use in FLARIS LAR 1 planes.

Williams International have developed a new generation of turbofan engines with a thrust of 8.2kN, which enables FLARIS LAR 1 jets to have high performance. FJ33-5A is the younger brother of the FJ44 engine (it is a scaled-down version of the FJ44 class). The FJ44 engines have logged 10 million hours in flight without failure, which is why their producer guarantees lifetime warranty.

Currently Metal-Master is working on installing the Williams FJ33-5A engine in Flaris.

Iron Maiden singer plans to cooperate with Flaris manufacturers (19.06.2015)

The lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Iron Maiden - Bruce Dickinson announced his intention to purchase several FLARIS LAR 1 planes. The musician and the manufacturers of the jet are also planning to cooperate in selling Flaris aircraft in Great Britain.

The FLARIS LAR 1 jet, which was created near Jelenia Góra (PL), has again won the hearts of visitors at the Paris Air Show – the largest aviation event in the world. The enthusiasts of the small jet include the lead vocalist of the heavy metal band Iron Maiden – Bruce Dickinson, who announced his intention to purchase several Flaris planes. The musician and the manufacturers of the jet are planning to cooperate in selling Flaris aircraft in Great Britain.

- Just like two years ago, Flaris attracts huge interest. Our stand is visited by many representatives of the media, business, politics and the aviation industry. One of the guests who was delighted by our plane was the pilot and lead singer of Iron Maiden, Bruce Dickinson – says Sylwia Ładzińska, the manufacturer of the jet.

The musician visited the FLARIS stand on June 16th. Metal-Master (the plane manufacturer) and the lead singer of Iron Maiden are planning to cooperate in selling Flaris aircraft in Great Britain. It should be underlined that since mid-2012 Bruce Dickinson has been co-founder and co-owner of Cardiff Aviation maintenance company for passenger airplanes and he is also an experienced pilot with over 10000 of hours logged. The lead singer of Iron Maiden announced during an interview for TVN 24 that apart from cooperation with Metal Master he is also interested in buying several Flaris airplanes.

FLARIS LAR 1 attracts interest because of its unique characteristics. It is an alternative to crowded motorways and time-consuming flights on commercial airlines. This modern mean of personal transport is ideal for those who need to travel quickly. It has folding wings, requires only 200m of runway and is so easy and intuitive to fly that only a private pilot license is needed.  FLARIS LAR 1 is very light-weight – it weighs only 700 kg but at the same time is durable, thanks to the application of state-of-the-art certified pre-impregnated carbon fibers, and very fast – it’s cruise speed is 700 km/h. Owing to its unique lift-to-drag ratio, which is equivalent to that of a glider, and a monocoque drop-shaped fuselage, FLARIS LAR 1 can fly a distance of 18 km without propulsion for every 1 km of height loss and land in unconventional area. These are some of the reasons why it is conquering the world. And it is scheduled to soar the skies later this year! It will be available for purchase in 2016.

This year’s event currently taking place at the Le Bourget airport hosts 2400 exhibitors. This is a record number in the history of the show, which started 100 years ago. From today to Sunday the public will have the opportunity to see 150 planes.

The Williams FJ33-5A engine will propel Flaris! Contract signed (17.06.2015)

The Williams FJ33-5A engine will propel Flaris. On the 16th of June 2015 we signed a contract with Williams International.

Two years ago during the International Paris Air Show, which is the world’s largest aviation event, a  small jet from Poland – FLARIS LAR 1 enchanted all of the visitors. During this year’s Paris Air Show, a contract was signed for the supply of engines for FLARIS planes.

On the 16th of June 2015, which was the second day of the show, the FLARIS stand was visited by Greg Williams – the owner and President of Williams International, and Matt Huff – the Vice President, Business Development of Williams International. They signed a contract with Sylwia and Rafał Ładziński – the owners and manufacturers of FLARIS planes, for the supply of next-generation FJ33-5A engines, which are adapted for use in FLARIS LAR 1 planes.

Williams International have developed a new generation of turbofan engines with a thrust of 8.2kN, which enables FLARIS LAR 1 jets to have high performance. FJ33-5A is the younger brother of the FJ44 engine (it is a scaled-down version of the FJ44 class). The FJ44 engines have logged 10 million hours in flight without failure, which is why their manufacturer offers a lifetime warranty for these engines.

- The Williams FJ33-5A engine will propel Flaris. After we return from Le Bourget we will resume plane tests. The plane is scheduled to take off later this year – says Rafał Ładziński, the director of the Flaris project and manufacturer of the plane.

Flaris in Paris (11.06.2015)

Exhibitions, discussions and air shows are the core of one of the largest and most important aviation events in the world – the International Paris Air Show. Just as two years ago, FLARIS LAR 1 will mark its presence in this year’s edition of the show.

From 15th to 21st of June it will be on display at the Le Bourget airport in Paris.

FLARIS LAR 1 was shown for the first time in 2013 during the 50th anniversary of the show, where it won the hearts of visitors from all over the world.

- This year we are expecting a similar success. We would like to invite all aviation enthusiasts and Flaris fans to visit our newly designed stand – says Rafał Ładziński, the director of the Flaris project and aircraft manufacturer .

FLARIS LAR 1 jet will be showcased from 15 to 21 June 2015 during the International Paris Air Show at the Le Bourget Airport in Paris, stand no. B6 / outdoor.

Flaris jet exhibited in Warsaw (17.05.2015)

The construction of FLARIS LAR 1 was publically shown during the exhibition that closed yesterday entitled “On the wings of time – people and aerostructures of Warsaw University of Technology”. The plane that was on display at Warsaw University of Technology is the one that completed strength tests and was dismounted directly from the static load testing facility.

During the exhibition visitors had the opportunity to inspect its airframe design and the most advanced technologies  developed by the plane’s manufacturer Metal-Master, i.e. preimpregnated carbon structures.

The exhibition was open from May 13 to May 16 at Warsaw University of Technology.

The complete FLARIS LAR 1 jet will be on display already in June (from the 15th to 21st of June) during  one of the largest and most important aviation events in the world – the International Paris Air Show at the Le Bourget airport in Paris.

Flaris jet available for public viewing (13.05.2015)

Starting today, the smallest jet in the world FLARIS LAR 1 will be available for public viewing. Flaris will be on display until Saturday at the Warsaw University of Technology. Then in June the plane will be displayed during one of the the most important aviation events in the world – the Paris Air Show.

Starting today, the smallest jet in the world FLARIS LAR 1 will be available for public viewing. Flaris will be on display until Saturday at the Warsaw University of Technology. Then in June the plane will be displayed during one of the the most important aviation events in the world – the Paris Air Show.

The prototype of FLARIS LAR 1 will be available for closer inspection during the exhibition opening today entitled “On the wings of time – people and aerostructures of Warsaw University of Technology”. The exhibition will be open until Saturday, May 16 in the Main Building Of Warsaw University of Technology, at plac Politechniki 1 in Warsaw. The exhibition will be open today until 6 p.m., Thursday-Friday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday: 10 a.m.– 4 p.m.

Then, from 15th to 21st of June the aircraft will be on display at the Le Bourget airport in Paris during  one of the largest and most important aviation events in the world – the International Paris Air Show.

– Two years ago Flaris was shown there for the first time, where it won the hearts of visitors from all over the world. This year we are expecting a similar success. We would like to invite all aviation enthusiasts and Flaris fans to visit our newly designed stand. You will find us at B6 / outdoors – says Rafał Ładziński, the director of the Flaris project.

Those who won’t have the chance to see Flaris during these events are invited to watch a movie from tests on our Youtube channel.

Flaris is approaching destination (17.03.2015)

FLARIS LAR 1 will leave the ground for the first time in just a few weeks! Test pilot, instructor and engineer Henryk Szkudlarz will be the first pilot to fly it.

The world’s smallest airplane FLARIS LAR 1, which was manufactured by a Polish company, will leave the ground for the first time in just a few weeks! Test pilot, instructor and engineer Henryk Szkudlarz will be the first pilot to fly it. Flaris will take off from the airport in Bydgoszcz, where the plane is currently undergoing ground tests.

Podgórzyn near Jelienia Góra is the place where the world’s smallest jet was created. This light weight aircraft has a drop-shaped composite structure and can accommodate several people. It is called FLARIS LAR 1 and can take-off and land even on very small grass airports. The jet was designed for civilian purposes but its performance makes it also potentially appropriate for a variety of military applications. These include transport and utility aircraft for commanding officers, communications or reconnaissance, as well as for basic and advanced training in modern air navigation. Future plans also include the LAR 1 Bis unmanned version of the plane for reconnaissance purposes. The plane’s performance makes it available for use in the HALE category.

Currently the plane is undergoing ground tests, which include taxiing and runups. In just a few weeks, METAL-MASTER, the manufacture of Flaris, is planning the plane’s first flight.

- Many enthusiasts of our plane have been asking about the possibility to witness its maiden flight.  However, we are planning to show Flaris in flight only after the first series of flight tests – says Rafał Ładziński, the originator and manufacturer of the jet.

– We would like to thank you for your tremendous support. It is also thanks to our fans that Flaris will soar the skies after six years of hard work – adds Rafał Ładziński, the director of the Flaris project.

Flaris Lar 1 jet getting closer to take-off (23.02.2015)

FLARIS LAR 1 has once again completed yet another series of tests. Once again the tests were very successful.

Strength tests on the FLARIS LAR 1 plane are almost complete. Tests are conducted at the Military University of Technology laboratory in parallel with tests of the jet’s systems at the airport. These are the final ground tests. The next step is the jet’s maiden flight.

Two weeks ago the FLARIS LAR 1 plane was transferred to Military Aviation Depot no. 2 (MAD2) in Bydgoszcz. Experts from FLARIS and Metal-Master are performing further tests of the aircraft systems in the new location. They are examining automation of the powertrain, the fuel system, the hydraulic system and navigation. A team of test pilots led by pilot and engineer Henryk Szkudlarz is there too and, in collaboration with a team of MAD2 mechanical engineers, they are completing the final work, including balancing and levelling of the plane.

– We are starting production next year. After the flight tests the next stage will involve obtaining the required certification – says Rafał Ładziński, the creator of Flaris and project director.

The jet was created by Metal-Master which manufactures technological lines and equipment for the automotive industry. The production of Flaris planes will be based on their previous experience in process automation and will implement the latest manufacturing technologies.

I believe that in the next two or three decades the aviation industry will be taken over by international leaders in the automotive industry, whose current solutions are often way ahead of those used in aviation. We are already witnessing the birth of a new industry in Western Europe, which implements automotive technologies in the aviation industry. It is here, at the junction where science meets the leaders of the aviation and automotive industries, where new sectors are born – explains Rafał Ładziński, head of R&D.

FLARIS LAR 1 jet tests under way. Pilot cabin ready for take-off (7.11.2014)

The landing gear of FLARIS LAR 1 is in the final stage of development. The pilot cabin, however, successfully completed testing and is fully prepared for test flights.

The landing gear of FLARIS LAR 1 is in the final stage of development. The pilot cabin, however, successfully completed testing and is fully prepared for test flights. Resonance tests of the plane have also been completed, as well as tests of the hydraulic system.  Once all on-ground testing is finished, the jet will make its first flight.

Additional equipment was installed in the cockpit for flight tests, including an additional EFIS control panel and a flight data recorder.  The landing gear of FLARIS LAR 1 was also tested. Among other things, the proximity sensors were tested, which transmit the position of the landing gear to the multifunction display in the pilot’s cabin.

Also resonance tests of the plane were finished. They were performed in August this year in the factory of the manufacturer – Metal-Master. The best Polish experts from the Aviation Institute in Warsaw tested the aircraft using portable testing equipment, including PRODERA exciters and the LMS measurement system.

- After consulting the Civil Aviation Office, we decided to perform the resonance tests before the aircraft’s first flight. This decision was based on the very high cruise speed of the jet, i.e. 700 km/h, its low takeoff weight, glider-like properties and its unusual airframe configuration – explained Rafał Ładziński, the head of the R&D and the FLARIS project. – In cooperation with scientists from the Institute of Aviation (ILOT) we modified our static load testing facility to perform resonance tests, which were carried out on the complete plane with a retracted landing gear, but without fuel (due to safety considerations) – he added.

In May, the hydraulic system of FLARIS LAR 1 was tested.  A special construction called „Iron bird”  was designed for these tests. It represented the actual placement of the systems in the real aircraft.

Polish jet is winner of Lotnicze Orły (1.05.2014)

Trilateral Innovation Award 2013-2014 and Lotnicze Orły 2013 – more prizes for Polish FLARIS LAR 1 jet. This worldwide unique product has once more mesmerized aviation experts, and Internet users.

Trilateral Innovation Award 2013-2014 and Lotnicze Orły 2013 – more prizes for Polish FLARIS LAR 1 jet. This worldwide unique product has once more mesmerized aviation experts, and Internet users.

April this year was full of commendations of the small and exceptionally light weight jet which was manufactured by Metal-Master near Jelenia Góra. This “Toddler” is unique in the world – it combines the characteristics of a jet and a glider, which makes it swift and safe and able to takeoff virtually anywhere (it requires only 200 m of grass runway) and land close to its destination. It is cheap to operate, ecological, and easy to use. It can be flown by an amateur pilot. Because of all this, FLARIS LAR 1 represents a new category in transportation and enchants the world.

By the decision of international experts it was awarded the 1st place and the Trilateral Innovation Award 2013-2014, Euroregion Neisse – Nisa – Nysa in the BEST INNOVATION category. FLARIS LAR 1 was also recognized as an example of good practices. The award is a form of public recognition of the outstanding accomplishments of medium enterprises in developing and introducing new technologies and in cross-border cooperation between three states: Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic. The jury evaluated such aspects as: the degree of innovation, successful implementation of patent application, scale of orders, provision of new employment opportunities in the enterprise and the implementation of European ecological and quality standards.

The FLARIS LAR 1 jet also won 1st place in the Lotincze Orły 2013 competition in the Product of the Year category. It was recognized by the jury and Internet users from whom it received the most votes on the lotniczapolska.pl website.

New jet getting ready for take-off (7.03.2014)

FLARIS LAR 1 has once again completed yet another series of tests. Once again the tests were very successful.

FLARIS LAR 1, the lightest jest on the market with characteristics of a glider, has once again completed yet another series of tests. This is yet another step closer to its maiden flight. The jet is to soar the skies as soon as this year.

The FLARIS LAR 1 jet has completed the following tests this year:

  • torsional stiffness of ailerons
  • torsional stiffness of rudder
  • torsional stiffness of horizontal stabilizers
  • stiffness of elevator steering mechanism

The tests were performed in the laboratory of the Military University of Technology in Warsaw. Once again the tests were very successful. Earlier, the aircraft successfully passed wing strength tests and completed laboratory tests of the main undercarriage

- I am very satisfied with the test results as, once again, they have confirmed our assumptions. We can rest assured that the plane will be reliable – boasts Rafał Ładziński, the director of the Flaris project and manufacturer of the jet.

The innovative solutions used by its manufacturer make FLARIS LAR 1 exceptionally light-weight, but also very safe and durable. The takeoff mass of the plane is merely 1500kg, which makes it almost 50% lighter than similar structures of competitors. The entire structure of the plane was built using certified pre-impregnated carbon fibers.

Jet Manufacturers are Entrepreneurship Leaders of 2013 (6.12.2013)

The Metal-Master company, which manufactured the FLARIS LAR 1 jet, is this year’s winner of the “Entrepreneurship Leader of the year 2013” contest.

Statuettes were awarded to Entrepreneurship Leaders of the year 2013. The Metal-Master company which produced the FLARIS LAR 1 jet is this year’s winner.

At the conference on Friday in the main office of the Warsaw Stock Exchange (GPW) the owners of the wining company, Sylwia and Rafał Ładzińscy received the prestigious award from the hands of Edward Tomasz Polaski – the President of the Foundation of Small and Medium Enterprises (MSP) and chairman of the Contest Jury, and Paweł Graniewski – the Vice President of the Board of the Stock Exchange.

- Our plane is a response to people’s need to travel quickly. This is why we constructed a fast, lightweight and inexpensive aircraft. We wanted the plane to take off almost from your front lawn and to land at small airports, as close to the destination as possible. Our technological and engineering background allowed us to design the perfect plane. I am sure that we built the mode of transport for the 21st century – says Sylwia Ładzińska, co-owner of Metal-Master.

This year’s contest was held under the honorary patronage of Bronisław Komorowski. The president’s message to the participants of the conference and Winners of the Contest was read by Olgierd Dziekoński – the secretary of the State from the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland

The title of „Entrepreneurship Leader of the Year” is awarded to particularly innovative and dynamic companies, as well as to individuals and institutions that support entrepreneurship. This honor is given only to the best of the best – each year only a few companies can boast the title of Entrepreneurship Leaders.

The contest has been organized by the Foundation of Small and Medium Enterprises and the Masovian Chamber of Craft and Entrepreneurship  in Warsaw since 1994.

Wing of innovative Flaris goes through tests (26.11.2013)

The wings of FLARIS LAR 1, which are one of the planes distinguishing characteristics on the market, have successfully completed strength tests.

Strength test were performed on the wing of the FLARIS LAR 1 jet aircraft in the Military University of Technology in Warsaw. – The tests were successful – confirms Rafał Ładziński, the owner of the Metal-Master company, which manufactured the jet.

The composite structure of the wing of FLARIS LAR 1 plane was subjected to 100% static loads. During the static test, the measurements of deformations and displacements in selected points confirmed the assumptions of the aircraft’s engineers.

The successful result of the tests is even more important due to the fact that the wings of FLARIS are one of the highlights of the plane, which distinguish it on the market. Rafał Ładziński is very glad – even with their exceptionally light-weight structure, the wings still meet all the required safety standards. The wings of our jet not only guarantee its great performance, but are also detachable. This makes it easier to transport and store FLARIS.

The entire structure of the plane was built using state-of-the-art technologies from certified pre-impregnated carbon fibers. The innovative solutions make FLARIS LAR 1 exceptionally light-weight, but also very safe and durable. The takeoff mass of the plane is merely 1500kg, which makes it almost 50% lighter than similar structures of competitors.

Aerial elevation of Poland (02.10.2013)

Poland has been elected to the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Also, the Polish FLARIS LAR 1 jet was a great success during the ICAO Assembly meeting.

On October 1, 2013 for the first time in history, Poland was elected to International Civil Aviation Organization Council (ICAO) – the most important aviation organization in the world. Also the presentation of the manufacturers of the Polish FLARIS LAR 1 jet during the Canadian ICAO Assembly meeting was a great success.

During the 38 th ICAO Assembly meeting in Montreal, the delegates of 191 member countries chose 36 representatives to the Meeting Cou n cil. Poland, which was represented by Piotr Orłowski, the chairman of the Civil Aviation Office, was elected by votes of 147 countries. For the next 3 years our country will be representing Central – Eastern Europe in the Council. Małgorzata Polkowska, PhD, an expert on aviation law and academic teacher at Polish and international universities, involved with the Civil Aviation Office for 11 years, was appointed permanent represen tative in the ICAO office.

The meeting in Montreal was accompanied by events and presentations, organized by the delegates. Amon g the Polish delegates were Sylwia and Rafał Ładzioscy – the originators and manufacturers of FLARIS LAR 1, one of the world’s most innovative business jet. The aircraft model that they presented aroused a great interest and it will be permanently on display in the main office of the organization.

- After the French premiere at Paris Air Show, this is the second presentation of o ur jet to an international audience. It is a great honor to be invited to Montreal and FLARIS again has sparked lots of positive feedback – and most importantly, it was from people representing the aviation sector – says Rafał Ładzioski, the co – engineer an d manufacturer of the FLARIS plane.

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) was created in 1944 under the Convention on International Civil Aviation and is responsible for preparing and implementing international regulations pertaining to avia tion safety and economy. The election of Poland to the ICAO Assembly Council means the promotion of our country in the international aviation community and offers an opportunity for efficacious representation of the Polish aviation industry on the global m arket.

Polish jet conquers the world of aviation (24.06.2013)

The world premiere of the Polish FLARIS LAR 1 jet at the 50th International Paris Air Show Le Bourget was a great success.

The world premiere of the Polish jet aircraft FLARIS LAR 1 took place during the recently concluded 50th International Paris Air Show Le Bourget.

- Our stand was visited by a great number of potential buyers – both individuals and institutions – says Rafał Ładziński, the leader of the research and development team, director of the Flaris project and co-owner of the Metal-Master company which built the plane –  We are very happy about the growing popularity of Flaris. We would also like to thank for enormous support and kind words from everyone.

The plane successfully completed first ground tests. FLARIS LAR 1 will make its maiden flight later this year. –We want to commence production next year. We will start by manufacturing up to 10 planes per year. Later this number will increase to dozens –says Rafał Ładziński.

Next year we are planning to obtain S1 certificates for two planes, followed by EASA and FAA certificates for Flaris Lar 1 within approximately 3 years. The airplane will hit the market next year in the S1 category.

FLARIS LAR 1 is the world’s first family and business jet which was manufactured using the latest pre-impregnated carbon technology. Thanks to innovative solutions, the structure is exceptionally light-weight and very strong.

FLARIS LAR 1 is a globally unrivaled very very light jet, which could soon become the showpiece of the Polish aviation engineering thought. This uncompromising mean of transport and globally unirivaled product may become Poland’s export hit.

–  What makes our project advantageous is innovation. FLARIS LAR 1 is an innovative structure on a worldwide scale. There is no plane like this one – underlines Rafał Ładziński.

During the 50th International Paris Air Show Le Bourget, the Flaris Lar 1 stand was visited by  Tomasz Orłowski – the Polish ambassador in France and Monaco Principality, the deputy minister for National Defence General Waldemar Henryk Skrzypczak, and MPs: Waldemar Jan Sługocki, Jerzy Materna, Adam Krzysztof Kępiński, Piotr Paweł Ołowski – president of the Civil Aviation Office and member of parliament professor Krzysztof Jan Kurzydłowski – Director of the National Center of Research and Development, representatives of the Canadian Embassy and others.

The 50th International Paris Air Show took place from 17 to 23 June 2013

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