Letalo – Contents Listing

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Vol.1 No.1 Jan-Feb 2006
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Vol.1 No.2 Mar-Apr 2006
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Vol.1 No.3 May-Jun 2006
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Vol.1 No.4 Jul-Aug 2006
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Vol.1 No.5 Sep-Oct 2006
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Vol.1 No.6 Nov-Dec 2006
ATR-72; AERO Airlines; Vaasa Airport, Finland
Vol.2 No.1 Jan-Feb 2007
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Vol.2 No.2 Mar-Apr 2007
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Vol.2 No.3 May-Jun 2007
Boeing 737; Eurocopter 225; JAT; Peking
Vol.2 No.4 Jul-Aug 2007
Tu-134; JAT; Brnik Airport, Slovenia
Vol.2 No.5 Sep-Oct 2007
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Vol.2 No.6 Nov-Dec 2007
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Vol.3 No.1 Jan-Feb 2008
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Vol.3 No.2 Mar-Apr 2008
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Vol.3 No.3 Maj-Junij 2008
Test: CZAW Sportcruiser; Foto Report: New Zealand; CityJet; Global Express; Instrument Landing System (ILS)
Vol.3 No.4 Jul-Aug 2008
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Vol.3 No.5 Sep-Oct 2008
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Vol.3 No.6 Nov-Dec 2008
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Vol.4 No.1 Jan-Feb 2009
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Vol.4 No.2 Mar-Apr 2009
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Vol.4 No.3 May-Jun 2009
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Vol.4 No.4 Jul-Aug 2009
NOVICE
PRIREDITEV: EBACE 2009
LETALIŠC(E: Gremo v Portorož
STARO LETALIŠC(E NA VODI: Še o portoroški letalski zgodovini
TEKMOVANJE: Slovenski študenti letalstva na tekmovanju DBF v ZDA
LETALO: Fenom-enalen Embraer Phenom 300
POSTER: Airbus A310
UPRAVLJANJE LETALA: Sistem za vodenje in upravljanje letala – Flight Management System
PRISTANKI KOMERCIALNIH REAKTIVCEV: Pregled neuspešnih pristankov komercialnih reaktivnih letal
POSNETKI: Moc( v zraku
VIRTUALNO LETENJE: Dilema: FS 2004 ali FSX?
FOTOREPORTAŽA: Atlanta in Houston
ZGODOVINA LETALSTVA
PRISPELO MED POŠTO / VAŠA POŠTA
ZGODBA: Motor leži na stezi, 2. del
IZ PRETEKLOSTI
Vol.4 No.5 Sep-Oct 2009
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Vol.4 No.6 Nov-Dec 2009
PRIREDITEV: “Dan odprtih vrat” na letališc(u Portorož
POSNETKI: Med mirovnimi silami v Afriki
INTERVJU: Niki Music( – med predsednikom in direktorjem
LETALO: Avro Vulcan, letec(a senca
TEKMOVANJE: 31. Ljubljana Cup, Krka Cup
BOHINJ: Alpski biser z blešc(ec(im nebom
REPORTAŽA: Usposabljanje pilotov na c(eški nac(in v letalskem izobraževalnem centru v Pardubicah
LETALIŠC(E: O’Hare International Airport
UPRAVLJANJE LETALA: Sistem za vodenje in upravljanje letala – Flight Management System
PRISTANKI KOMERCIALNIH REAKTIVCEV: Pregled neuspešnih pristankov komercialnih reaktivnih letal
VIRTUALNO LETENJE: dodatna strojna oprema za virtualne pilote
LETALIŠC(E MARIBOR: Invazija na MBX
RAZISKOVANJE VESOLJA: Sunita Williams: pogled iz vesolja
FOTOREPORTAŽA: NATO Tiger meet 2009
LETALSKA DRUŽBA: Allegiant Air
ZGODOVINA LETALSTVA
ZGODBA: Motor leži na stezi, 2. del
POSTER: Airbus 330 Air China
NOVICE iz Slovenije in sveta
Vol.5 No.1 Jan-Feb 2010
IZ ZRAKA: Po zraku c(ez hribe
REPORTAŽA: »Oko na nebu« s CAE AVIATION
TEKMOVANJE: Red Bull X-Alps
AKTUALNO:Letalstvo v c(asu gospodarske krize
POSTER: Iljušin IL-62M
LETALIŠC(E: Na graško letališc(e po kruh ali z letalom na Irsko
LETALSKA NAVIGACIJA: Implementacija PBN navigacije
VIRTUALNO LETENJE: Tokrat naj spregovorijo slike
FOTOREPORTAŽA: Bilo je nekoc( – pa ne tako dalec( nazaj
LETALIŠC(E: Gore, vreme in nenavadna letališc(a – Nova Gvineja
LETALSKA TEHNIKA: Letalski motorji
EU ZAKONODAJA: Evropski priroc(nik civilnega letalstva
ZAPISANI V ZGODOVINI: Pan Adria / Trans Adria
PREISKAVA POLETA 143: smrtonosni spust, 1.del
IZ PRETEKLOSTI
NOVICE, LETALSKE NESREC(E, VAŠA POŠTA …
Vol.5 No.2 Mar-Apr 2010
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Vol.5 No.3 May-Jun 2010
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Vol.5 No.4 Jul-Aug 2010
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Vol.5 No.5 Sep-Oct 2010
POSNETKI: Qatar Airways v Ljubljani
LETALIŠC(E: Med Atlantikom in Rokavskim prelivom – letališc(a v zahodni Franciji
IZ RISALNIH MIZ: Letala, ki niso nikoli poletela
revija_letalo.jpgLETALSKE PRIREDITVE:
– Alpski pokal 2010 v Lescah
– Zagreb Air Show
– Farnborough Airshow 2010
– LCM Airshow 2010
– 100 let pomorskega letalstva v Franciji
– ILA 2010

SREC(ANJE: Aerodernek 2010 ali »letalogledi« na zabavi v Splitu
POSTER: Letališc(e Split
VIRTUALNO LETENJE: Leteti ON-LINE ali OFF-LINE?
FOTOREPORTAŽA: Oshkosh EAA AIRVENTURE 2010
LETALSKA TEHNIKA: Letalski motorji
LETALSKA NESREC(A: Letalska tragedija na Antarktiki, 2. del
ZAPISANI V ZGODOVINI: Braniff International Airways
MODELARSKI KOTIC(EK: Predstavitev Modelar.si – trgovine za prijatelje modelarstva
PLANESPOTTING: Doživetje Heathrowa
IZ PRETEKLOSTI
VAŠA POŠTA, LETALSKE NESREC(E IN INCIDENTI, NOVICE …

Vol.5 No.6 Nov-Dec 2010

Kontrola zrac(nega prometa: Zamenjava navigacijskega sredstva VOR/DME DOL in namestitev VOR/DME na letališc(u Portorož
Letalo: KDC-10, koncept naprednega tankerja
Jadralno padalstvo: Ponovno zelo uspešna sezona 2010
Dosežki: Okoli sveta z letalom na sonc(ni pogon
V zraku: Polet iz Divac(e
Letalske prireditve: Rivolto 2010
Letalska navigacija: RNAV navigacija
Fotoreportaža: Dvakrat »M« – Milwaukee in Minneapolis
Virtualno letenje: Virtualno letenje in dogodki – FS Weekend, Lelystad, Nizozemska
Poster: Letalo F.1B
Emirates Airlines: V notranjosti letala A380
Prireditev: Sto let madžarskega vojnega letalstva
40 let letala B747: 40 let kasneje se lahko vprašamo ali se je splac(alo c(akati na letalo B747-8?
Pod vroc(im soncem: Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport
Modelarski kotilek: Nov trend v modelarstvu: avtomobilski modeli drift
Katalog letal
Novice, prispelo med pošto, letalske nesrec(e in incidenti, vaša pošta …

Vol.6 No.1 Jan-Feb 2011
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Vol.6 No.2 Mar-Apr 2011
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Vol.6 No.3 May-Jun 2011
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Vol.6 No.4 Jul-Aug 2011
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Vol.6 No.5 Sep-Oct 2011
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Vol.6 No.6 Nov-Dec 2011
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Naša Krila (3)

Aviation-related Magazines Guide

Subtitled ‘glasilo Letalske zveze Slovenije’. A sport aviation magazine published by the Aeronautical Association of Slovenia (LZS). It covered all forms of sport aviation, including gliding, light sport aircraft, ultralights, aerobatics, aeromodelling, paragliding, parachuting and ballooning.

Launched as a quarterly in 2001, it became bi-monthly from it’s second year. Issue 8 was dated July-September 2002. Publication ceased in 2007. The title means Our Wings in Slovenian. Edited by Jože Čuden. No connection to the Serbian magazine of the same name which, of course, was printed in Cyrillic text.

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Krila (2)

Aviation-related Magazines Guide

In late 2007 ownership of the title was taken over by Defensor, the publisher of ‘Revija Obramba’ and relaunched in June 2008. The previous subtitle of ‘Slovenska Letalska Revija’ was retained. It aimed to be a general interest magazine covering civil, military and private flying with a bias towards Slovenian subjects. It also included historical features and many high quality photographs. It was published bi-monthly with 36 pages in full colour. This magazine ceased publication after only a few issues. ‘Krila’ means Wings in Slovenian. Edited by Tone Polonec.

Further information:
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Krila (1)

Aviation-related Magazines Guide

‘Krila’ means Wings in Slovenian. Krila was originally subtitled ‘revija letalcev in ljubiteljev letalstva’. A bi-monthly magazine covering all aspects of aviation but with an emphasis on sport flying. First published in 1971. In 1988 the subtitle changed to ‘Slovenska Letalska Revija’. It then became a monthly general interest magazine. It ceased publication in 2001, apparently after a dispute between the printer and the LZS. Edited by Tone Polonec from 1974 onwards.

Further information:
To be added.

Letalo

Aviation-related Magazines Guide

A well illustrated bi-monthly magazine focussing on modern commercial airliners and airlines. Topics covered included airports around the world, major airliner types, airlines, air events, flight sim add-ons etc. The centre pages of each issue featured a pull-out poster. ‘Letalo’ means Flght in Slovenian. Ceased publication sometime in early 2011.

[*] Contents Listing, Vol.1 No.1 – Vol.6 No.6

Revija Obramba

Aviation-related Magazines Guide

A well produced monthly defence magazine covering Slovenia, NATO and international military and security issues. It povides military-political analysis of contemporary wars and conflicts, together with an overview of the technology and tactics used by military and security forces around the world. Also featured is a look at the hardware used by these forces. A broad range of equipment is described and illustrated, including aircraft, helicopters, AFVs, missiles, guns etc. Naval subjects are generally not covered due to their lack of relevance to Slovenia.

Twice a year a special issue is also produced, concentrating on a particular topic.

Further information: Revija Obramba, Podutiska 148, 1000 Ljubljana. Tel: (01) 519 22 00. website: Revija Obramba

Slovenia

Country Profile

The Country

Geography

The Republic of Slovenia is a small state in south-eastern Europe. It is situated in the north-western part of the Balkan Peninsula. It borders Austria to the north, Hungary to the north-east, Croatia to the south-east and Italy and the Adriatic Sea to the west. The country is mountainous, with fertile valleys and several rivers. Some 42% of the land is forested. It occupies a land area of 20,251 km2 (7820 sq miles) and has a population of 1,974,839 inhabitants (according to the 1991 Census). Its population comprises 88% Slovenes, 3% Croats, 2% Serbs, 1% Bosniak and 6% others. The capital city is Ljubljana.

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National History

Summary Narrative History

Timeline – Key Dates in Slovenian History

Further National Information

BBC News Profile: Slovenia
Yahoo Slovenia page
wikipedia: Slovenia
wikipedia: History of Slovenia
Slovenian Government page
Slovenian Tourism page

Aviation

Text to be added on the development of aviation in Slovenia.

Markings

Civil Aircraft Registrations

Upon independence in 1991, the registration prefix SL-xxx was unofficially adopted, eg: SL-HAA.
The formally allocated registration prefix ‘S5-‘ has been used since 199?, eg: S5-AAD.

All-time Slovenia – civil aircraft register (S5-aaa).
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Aircraft Operators

Military Air Arms

Army Aviation (Air Force of the Slovenian Army)

Central Government Agencies

Government (Slovenian Government Aviation)

Public Service Aviation

Medical Aviation – none known
Police Aviation (Slovenian Police Aviation Unit)

Commercial Aviation

Adria Airways

wikipedia: Airlines of Slovenia
The World’s Airlines: Slovenia

Private Aviation

Aeronautical Association of Slovenia
Flycom – Commercial helicopter aviation

Industry

Aircraft Manufacturers

Pipistrel – Slovenian UL Aircraft manufacturer

Aircraft Maintenance/Repair Depots

None known.

Airfields

Civil Airports & Airfields

Ljubljana Airport
Portoroz Airport
Airports in Slovenia

Military Air Bases & Airfields

Military Air Bases Listing

On Show

Aviation Museums

There are plans for a European Aviation Museum at Maribor Airport.

Airshow Dates

Key Airshow Dates

More Information

Aviation-Related Magazines

Magazines Guide for Slovenia

Aviation Bibliography

Slovenia Aviation Bibliography

Web Links

World Trans Siberia
With an Ultralight Plane around the World in 80 days.

Thanks to Matjaz Partlic for updating this information.

Slovenia Key Dates

6th Century    Slovenes begin to settle in their current territory.
8th Century    Slovene territory controlled by the Frankish empire of Charlemagne.
9th Century    Slovene territory controlled by Germany as part of the Holy Roman Empire.
late 13th Century    Most of Slovene territory falls under the control of the Austro-Hungarian Hapsburg Empire.
1526    Slovenia formally incorporated into the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
1809-1813    Slovenia is incorporated into the ‘Illyrian Provinces’ established by Emperor Napoleon of France.
1813    Control of Slovenia reverts to the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
1848    Start of Slovenian struggle for political and national unification.
July 1914    The Austro-Hungarian Empire attacks Serbia, starting World War I.
October 1918    Austro-Hungarian Empire near collapse following major defeats in World War I.
29 October 1918    Proclamation of State Of Slovenians, Croats And Serbs.
1 December 1918    Slovenia is incorporated into the newly formed Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.
1918-1919    Armed confrontation with Austria over the border province of Carinthia.
1928    Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes is renamed Yugoslavia.
6 April 1941    Yugoslavia is invaded and occupied by the military forces of Germany and its allies.
29 November 1945    Federal Republic of Yugoslavia established, with Slovenia as one of the republics.
1947    Slovenia receives a section of former Italian Adriatic coastline.
April 1990    First non-Communist government elected in Slovenia.
23 December 1990    Slovenes vote in favour of independence.
25 June 1991    Slovenia declares independence from Yugoslavia.
27 June 1991    Yugoslav armed forces attack Slovenia in a bid to halt the secession by force.
December 1991    Slovenian independence recognised internationally.
22 May 1992    The Republic of Slovenia was admitted into the United Nations.
21 November 2002    The Republic of Slovenia was invited to join NATO. Full membership should be achieved in 2004.
2 April 2004    Slovenia becomes a full member of NATO.

Slovenia National History


Slovenes first began to settle in their current territory during the period from the 6th to the 8th century AD. In the 8th century the region came under the Frankish empire of Charlemagne, before being ruled by Germany as part of the Holy Roman Empire.

In 1526 most of the territory inhabited by Slovenes was formally put under the control of the Hapsburg monarchs of the Austrian Empire. During the Napoleonic Wars, Slovenia was part a Slavic state set up by the French in 1809, known as the Illyrian Provinces. This state collapsed in 1813 and control of the region reverted to Austria. Slovenes were inspired by the various political revolutions which occurred throughout Europe in 1848 and, although divided among several Austrian provinces, began their struggle for political and national unification.

In July 1914, the Austro-Hungarian Empire attacked Serbia, thus starting World War I. Fighting on the Balkan Front went badly for the Hapsburg Empire and by the second-half of 1918, Austro-Hungary was in a state of near collapse. A number of Austrian provinces took the opportunity to break-away. On 29th October 1918, the State of Slovenians, Croats and Serbs (State of S.H.S) was declared. This new state comprised present-day Slovenia, Croatia and Bosnia, but not Serbia or Montenegro. On 1st December 1918, the Kingdoms of Serbia and Montenegro joined the new state, forming the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. During 1918-1919, Slovenia was involved in a military confrontation with Austria over the border provinces of Carinthia and south Styria. (The dispute was resolved by a League of Nations sponsored plebiscite in October 1920, in which most of the territory voted to remain with Austria). Later in 1919 Slovenian forces were integrated into those of the new Kingdom. The country was renamed Yugoslavia in 1928.

On 6 April 1941 Nazi Germany invaded Yugoslavia. The territory of Slovenia was occupied by German, Italian and Hungarian troops. This occupation marked the start of a long and hard guerrilla war by local partisans against the invaders. The surrender of occupying forces was immediately followed by efforts to re-establish a Yugoslav state. Slovenia became a republic within the new Federal Yugoslavia on 29 November 1945. The leadership of the new country was dominated by communist members from the former wartime partisan forces. In 1947 a section of former Italian Adriatic coastline was handed over to Slovenia. (This former Austro-Hungarian territory had been handed to Italy in 1921 as a reward for its help to the Allies in World War I. The majority of the population remained Slovene and Croatian however, and Italy’s choice of the losing side in World War 2 led to the return of the territory.)

During the postwar period, Slovenia gradually became the most prosperous and westernised of the Yugoslav republics. By the 1980s, all of the original partisan-era leaders had either died or retired, and Yugoslavia was becoming increasingly dominated by Serbian nationalists.

In April 1990 Slovenia held free elections and elected a non-communist coalition government for the first time. On 25 June 1991 parliament declared Slovenia independent of Yugoslavia. The Serb-dominated Yugolav Army tried to halt the secession by force, but after some fighting was forced to withdraw.

The European Community recognised Slovenian independence in December 1991. On 22 May 1992, Slovenia was admitted into the United Nations.

Thanks to Matjaz Partlic for updating this information.