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Mario de Bernardi

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Women in Aviation, International
www.wai.org, 7 May 2006 [cached]
Mario de Bernardi, a world champion seaplane racer and aerobatics champion helped. She entered air races in Italy and other European countries in 1953. De Bernardi has flown the Twin Otter, Queen Airf , yak -40, and DC-8 aircraft all over the world. She received her glider pilot certificate in the 1960s and was the first women in Italy to earn a glacier pilot certificate. She joined the ninety-nines in 1956. She became the first women airline pilot in Italy and one of the first woman airline pilots in Europe when Aeralpi hired her in 1967 to fly the Twin Otter. She became the first woman airline caption in Italy in 1969. She trained in Russia on the YAK-40 for Air Terrenia and flew this aircraft as a charter demonstration pilot. She worked as a professional pilot for 18 years until retiring after suffering severe injuries in an automobile accident in 1985. De Bernardi continued her staunch advocacy for women's advancement in aviation after retirement. She founded and is current vice president of API- Associazione Italiana Donne Pilota , the Italian Woman Pilots Association. This organization is now called ADA- Associazione Donne Aria since its members now include Italian women skydivers. She is president of FPE- European Women Pilots federation. She is the editor of Pink Line, a Gallery of European Women Pilots, a compilation of all pioneering women pilots in Europe. De Bernardi joined the International Society of Women Airlines Pilots in 1985 and continued her efforts. The ISA+21 Merit Scholarship was named for her. This scholarship is awarded annually to a commercial pilot applicant striving to further her career.
Women in Aviation, International - 2002 Pioneer Hall of Fame
ww.wai.org, 1 Jan 2002 [cached]
Mario de Bernardi, a world champion seaplane racer and aerobatics champion helped. She entered air races in Italy and other European countries in 1953. De Bernardi has flown the Twin Otter, Queen Airf , yak -40, and DC-8 aircraft all over the world. She received her glider pilot certificate in the 1960s and was the first women in Italy to earn a glacier pilot certificate. She joined the ninety-nines in 1956. She became the first women airline pilot in Italy and one of the first woman airline pilots in Europe when Aeralpi hired her in 1967 to fly the Twin Otter. She then became the first woman airline caption in Italy in 1969. She trained in Russia on the YAK-40 for Air Terrenia and flew this aircraft as a charter demonstration pilot. She worked as a professional pilot for 18 years until retiring after suffering severe injuries in an automobile accident in 1985. De Bernardi continued her staunch advocacy for women's advancement in aviation after retirement. She founded and is current vice president of API- Associazione Italiana Donne Pilota , the Italian Woman Pilots Association. This organization is now called ADA- Associazione Donne Aria since its members now include Italian women skydivers. She is president of FPE- European Women Pilots federation. She is the editor of Pink Line, a Gallery of European Women Pilots, a compilation of all pioneering women pilots in Europe. De Bernardi joined the International Society of Women Airlines Pilots in 1985 and continued her efforts. The ISA+21 Merit Scholarship was named for her. This scholarship is awarded annually to a commercial pilot applicant striving to further her career.
Mario de Bernardi (pilot) ...
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Mario de Bernardi (pilot) renamed to Mario de Bernardi.
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Mario de Bernardi (talk) assessed.
Most Recent Forum Posts | Classic Jet Aircraft Association
www.classicjets.org [cached]
The first flight was on 27 August 1940 with test pilot Mario De Bernardi at the controls.
The Fédération Aéronautique Internationale recognised this at the time as the first successful flight by a jet aeroplane, until news of the Heinkel He 178 V1 which flew for the first time in August 1939, powered by the HeS 3B.
Speeds never … www.piolet.com Mario ...
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Speeds never … www.piolet.com Mario de Bernardi (pilot) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaMario de Bernardi (1893-1959) was an Italian World War I fighter pilot, seaplane air racer of the 1920s, and test pilot of early Italian experimental jets. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mario_de_Bernardi_(pilot) · Cached page //The Rockport Pilot > FrontA community newspaper for the towns of Rockport and Fulton.
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