Further to my goal of revising and improving upon some of my older existing posts, I’m happy to announce the completion of revisions to my article about the Aero Ae-45 and Ae-145 aircraft family.
This was one of the blog’s earlier articles and in the interim I’ve had several opportunities to see the two examples that remain airworthy in the Czech Republic and talk to the owner of one of them.
I’ve also been able to find some extra online reference sources to help me make significant expansions to the text and give you a more rounded insight into this remarkable aircraft.
The revised article has more text, mostly fresh pictures and is waiting for you:
I’ve recently made text and photo additions to my existing, and quite popular, entry on the Let L-200 Morava.
The additions include two new photographs plus a new section of text focusing on how the aircraft was marketed to the world. It really was a remarkable machine for its class at the time it was new.
I was able to make the additions thanks to Mr. Libor Smolík of Smolik Air in the Czech Republic. After meeting with him at a small event a few months ago and getting into conversation about the Morava, he offered to provide me with a marketing brochure that was used to sell the aircraft on the export market.
I hope you will enjoy the new information and more well rounded feel they give to the entry: