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India: 81st day of unrest in Kashmir

Masked protesters shouting pro-freedom slogans during an anti-India march in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir. Tensions engulfed on July 8 when a Hizb commander Burhan Wani was allegedly killed in an encounter with government forces. More than 86 civilians have been allegedly killed since the unrest while 11,000 were injured.

A new protest has held in Paris against the labor law reforms "El Khomri". There have been riots and clashes between demonstrators and police, with several injuries and arrests.A new protest has held in Paris against the labor law reforms "El Khomri". There have been riots and clashes between demonstrators and police, with several injuries and arrests.
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New Zealand heavyweight boxer  Joseph Parker (R)  poses a photo with Russia's Alexander Dimitrenko (L)  during the press conference. They are scheduled to fight against each other on Oct 1.New Zealand heavyweight boxer  Joseph Parker (R)  poses a photo with Russia's Alexander Dimitrenko (L)  during the press conference. They are scheduled to fight against each other on Oct 1.

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New Zealand heavyweight boxer Joseph Parker speaks to the media during the press conferenc. He is schedule to fight against giant Russian boxer Alexander Dimitrenko on Oct 1.

One hundred and thirty original pizzas and nearly half a million views between the site and the social network in just over a month: here is the numbers of #pizzaUnesco contest launched by Mysocialrecipe, the first registration portal of original recipes through the certificate issued with a time stamp.
#pizzaUnesco contest is an initiative directed at the professional pizza makers to support the "Art of application Pizzaiuoli Neapolitans" to Intangible Heritage of Humanity, the only candidate from the Italian National Commission for UNESCO 2016.
Here are the names of the finalists and the 10 pizzas that have passed the selection: 1) Mauro Autolitano - Pizza Tiziano 2) Maria Cacialli - A Carrettiera 3) Davide Civitiello – Pomodorosa 4) Vincenzo Esposito - Un Bacio a Furore 5)Gaetano Giglio – Amatrici aMia 6) Vincenzo Lettieri – Tripudio 7) Carmine Paduano - Pizza Sorpresa 8) Pasqualino Rossi – Vivadella 9) Bernardo Sollo - Vivi il Sud 10) Giuseppe Vaccaro - Terra Mia.
The "pizza pomodorosa" made by David Civitiello won the competition.One hundred and thirty original pizzas and nearly half a million views between the site and the social network in just over a month: here is the numbers of #pizzaUnesco contest launched by Mysocialrecipe, the first registration portal of original recipes through the certificate issued with a time stamp.
#pizzaUnesco contest is an initiative directed at the professional pizza makers to support the "Art of application Pizzaiuoli Neapolitans" to Intangible Heritage of Humanity, the only candidate from the Italian National Commission for UNESCO 2016.
Here are the names of the finalists and the 10 pizzas that have passed the selection: 1) Mauro Autolitano - Pizza Tiziano 2) Maria Cacialli - A Carrettiera 3) Davide Civitiello – Pomodorosa 4) Vincenzo Esposito - Un Bacio a Furore 5)Gaetano Giglio – Amatrici aMia 6) Vincenzo Lettieri – Tripudio 7) Carmine Paduano - Pizza Sorpresa 8) Pasqualino Rossi – Vivadella 9) Bernardo Sollo - Vivi il Sud 10) Giuseppe Vaccaro - Terra Mia.
The "pizza pomodorosa" made by David Civitiello won the competition.

David Civitiello wins the contest #pizzaUnesco

One hundred and thirty original pizzas and nearly half a million views between the site and the social network in just over a month: here is the numbers of #pizzaUnesco contest launched by Mysocialrecipe, the first registration portal of original recipes through the certificate issued with a time stamp.

An artist wrapping Saree on Idol .With Durga Puja round the corner, preparations are in full swing.Durga Puja is the most important festival of Hindus. Bengal specializes in preserving the age old tradition of making clay idols of Durga but now many parts of north india are celebrating it with making idols and following rituals .An artist wrapping Saree on Idol .With Durga Puja round the corner, preparations are in full swing.Durga Puja is the most important festival of Hindus. Bengal specializes in preserving the age old tradition of making clay idols of Durga but now many parts of north india are celebrating it with making idols and following rituals .

India: Preparations for Navratri

Durga Puja is the most important festival of Hindus. Bengal specializes in preserving the age old tradition of making clay idols of Durga but now many parts of north india are celebrating it with making idols and following rituals .

Frank Maleiner (Condor),Guenter Lanz, Managing Director of UNH, Dietmar Wolff (Condor) and  Stefan Levedag Head of the DLR Institute of Flight SystemsFrank Maleiner (Condor),Guenter Lanz, Managing Director of UNH, Dietmar Wolff (Condor) and  Stefan Levedag Head of the DLR Institute of Flight Systems

Germany: Less aircraft noise Test Flights

Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimised landing approaches.

Demonstrator stands in front of the Greek parliament holding an anti goverment and anti E.U. picket.
Greek unions demonstrate in Athens against goverment plans for more privatisation on public sector.Demonstrator stands in front of the Greek parliament holding an anti goverment and anti E.U. picket.
Greek unions demonstrate in Athens against goverment plans for more privatisation on public sector.

Demonstration in Syntagma against privatization

Greek unions demonstrate in Athens against government plans for more privatization on public sector.

Pakistani artist performing stage play, Mera Rang DeBasanti chola by Ajoka Theater at alhamra hal. based on the struggle ofthe great freedom fighter Bhagat Singh.Bhagat Singh is considered to be one of the most influential revolutionaries of the Indian independence movement. Born on 28th September 1907 in a village of Lyallpur district, he was from a Sikh family which had earlier been involved in the Ghaddar movement against the British Raj. As a teenager Bhagat Singh became an atheist and became attracted to Anarchism and Marxist ideologies. In 1922 he joined the National College which had been set-up by Lala Lajpat Rai at the Bradlaugh Hall Lahore for those students who did not want to study in British institutions as part of the non cooperation movement. Bhagat Singh studied in National College till 1926 and during this time became involved in many revolutionary organizations such as Naujawan Bharat Sabha and the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association. After Lala Lajpat Rai’s brutal murder by the baton wielding British Police Chief Scott during a peaceful demonstration against the Simon commission, Bhagat Singh decided to avenge his mentor’s death. He alongwith his comrades Dutt and Sukhdev, waited for Saunders to come out of his office near the District Courts. DSP Saunders came out instead. He was shot dead, sending tremors among the colonial government circles. In April 1929, the HSRA decided to oppose the passage of Defense of India Act, by throwing a bomb during the Legislative Assembly session at the Assembly Hall, Lahore. Although the bomb did not cause serious harm, the incident had a huge impact on the anti-colonial movement in India. Bhagat Singh explained that this action was intended to “make the deaf hear”. He courted arrest and was imprisoned first in Mianwali and later in Lahore Central Jail. He and Dutt were sentenced for life. Then the trial for the Scott murder and “waging war against the King” began which was to become the most famous and influential political trial in colonial India. Incensed by the prolonged and much-publicised trial at the normal courts, the Viceroy set up a special tribunal to speedily try Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru. The three boycotted the sham trial. On 7 October 1930, the tribunal sentenced the trio to death. The sentence could not be appealed against in a higher court and the three refused to submit a mercy petition. On 23 March 1931, Bhagat Singh, Raj Guru and Sukhdev heroically went to the gallows, singing songs of freedom. Bhagat Singh was 23 when he kissed the hangman’s rope. In his last letter, he quoted Terence MacSwiney and said " My death will do more to smash the British Empire than my release" Qauid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah made no secret of his sympathies for Singh. Commenting on his hunger strike he said "the man who goes on hunger strike has a soul. He is moved by that soul, and he believes in the justice of his cause. However much you say they are misguided, it is the system, this damnable system of governance, which is resented by the people"On the other hand, Mahatma Gandhi made some half-hearted statements in favour of Bhagat Singh and his comrades but refused to include them in the list 90,000 political prisoners who were released after the Gandhi-Irwin Pact was signed. Bhagat Singh was one of the most influential and charismatic characters of our independence struggle, one of most heroic sons of the Punjab and Lahore. He was an admirer of Allama Iqbal and a lover of Urdu poetry. He lived and died in Lahore for the liberation of the motherland, but like most of our heroes, the Lahoris have yet to honour and recognize him in a befitting manner. “Mera Rang Day Basanti Chola” is Ajoka’s tribute to this great son of the Punjab. Bhagat Singh’s legacy is one which our people can truly celebrate. It is also yet another play attempting to correct historical distortions.The play brings into light some hitherto little known historical facts relating to Bhagat Singh’s ideology and his trial, including the fascinating (Nawab Ahmad Khan) link between Bhagat Singh and Z.A. Bhutto. The musical score makes use of amazing poetic tributes to the great martyr, including songs sung by the revolutionary trio at the time of their hanging and the Lahori tongawala’s “Ghori” which he recited on his tonga on the first anniversary of Bhagat Singh’s martyrdom & which are now part of Punjab’s folk lore and songs."The aim of life is not to achieve salvation here after, but to make the best use of it here below; and not to realize truth, beauty and good only in contemplation, but also in the actual experience of daily life.(Photo by Rana Sajid Hussain / Pacific Press Agency)Pakistani artist performing stage play, Mera Rang DeBasanti chola by Ajoka Theater at alhamra hal. based on the struggle ofthe great freedom fighter Bhagat Singh.Bhagat Singh is considered to be one of the most influential revolutionaries of the Indian independence movement. Born on 28th September 1907 in a village of Lyallpur district, he was from a Sikh family which had earlier been involved in the Ghaddar movement against the British Raj. As a teenager Bhagat Singh became an atheist and became attracted to Anarchism and Marxist ideologies. In 1922 he joined the National College which had been set-up by Lala Lajpat Rai at the Bradlaugh Hall Lahore for those students who did not want to study in British institutions as part of the non cooperation movement. Bhagat Singh studied in National College till 1926 and during this time became involved in many revolutionary organizations such as Naujawan Bharat Sabha and the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association. After Lala Lajpat Rai’s brutal murder by the baton wielding British Police Chief Scott during a peaceful demonstration against the Simon commission, Bhagat Singh decided to avenge his mentor’s death. He alongwith his comrades Dutt and Sukhdev, waited for Saunders to come out of his office near the District Courts. DSP Saunders came out instead. He was shot dead, sending tremors among the colonial government circles. In April 1929, the HSRA decided to oppose the passage of Defense of India Act, by throwing a bomb during the Legislative Assembly session at the Assembly Hall, Lahore. Although the bomb did not cause serious harm, the incident had a huge impact on the anti-colonial movement in India. Bhagat Singh explained that this action was intended to “make the deaf hear”. He courted arrest and was imprisoned first in Mianwali and later in Lahore Central Jail. He and Dutt were sentenced for life. Then the trial for the Scott murder and “waging war against the King” began which was to become the most famous and influential political trial in colonial India. Incensed by the prolonged and much-publicised trial at the normal courts, the Viceroy set up a special tribunal to speedily try Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru. The three boycotted the sham trial. On 7 October 1930, the tribunal sentenced the trio to death. The sentence could not be appealed against in a higher court and the three refused to submit a mercy petition. On 23 March 1931, Bhagat Singh, Raj Guru and Sukhdev heroically went to the gallows, singing songs of freedom. Bhagat Singh was 23 when he kissed the hangman’s rope. In his last letter, he quoted Terence MacSwiney and said " My death will do more to smash the British Empire than my release" Qauid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah made no secret of his sympathies for Singh. Commenting on his hunger strike he said "the man who goes on hunger strike has a soul. He is moved by that soul, and he believes in the justice of his cause. However much you say they are misguided, it is the system, this damnable system of governance, which is resented by the people"On the other hand, Mahatma Gandhi made some half-hearted statements in favour of Bhagat Singh and his comrades but refused to include them in the list 90,000 political prisoners who were released after the Gandhi-Irwin Pact was signed. Bhagat Singh was one of the most influential and charismatic characters of our independence struggle, one of most heroic sons of the Punjab and Lahore. He was an admirer of Allama Iqbal and a lover of Urdu poetry. He lived and died in Lahore for the liberation of the motherland, but like most of our heroes, the Lahoris have yet to honour and recognize him in a befitting manner. “Mera Rang Day Basanti Chola” is Ajoka’s tribute to this great son of the Punjab. Bhagat Singh’s legacy is one which our people can truly celebrate. It is also yet another play attempting to correct historical distortions.The play brings into light some hitherto little known historical facts relating to Bhagat Singh’s ideology and his trial, including the fascinating (Nawab Ahmad Khan) link between Bhagat Singh and Z.A. Bhutto. The musical score makes use of amazing poetic tributes to the great martyr, including songs sung by the revolutionary trio at the time of their hanging and the Lahori tongawala’s “Ghori” which he recited on his tonga on the first anniversary of Bhagat Singh’s martyrdom & which are now part of Punjab’s folk lore and songs."The aim of life is not to achieve salvation here after, but to make the best use of it here below; and not to realize truth, beauty and good only in contemplation, but also in the actual experience of daily life.(Photo by Rana Sajid Hussain / Pacific Press Agency)

Pakistan: Artist performing on stage play

Pakistani artist performing stage play, Mera Rang DeBasanti chola, by Ajoka Theater at alhamra hal.

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Pakistani vendors display sacrificial animals in an animal market set-up for the upcoming Eid ul-Adha. Muslims around the world will celebrate 'Eid ul-Adha', also known as the Festival of Sacrifice (Qurbani), to mark the 10th, 11th or 12th of the Islamic month of Zil Hijjah by slaughtering sheep, goats, cows and camels to commemorate Prophet Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail on God's command.Pakistani vendors display sacrificial animals in an animal market set-up for the upcoming Eid ul-Adha. Muslims around the world will celebrate 'Eid ul-Adha', also known as the Festival of Sacrifice (Qurbani), to mark the 10th, 11th or 12th of the Islamic month of Zil Hijjah by slaughtering sheep, goats, cows and camels to commemorate Prophet Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail on God's command.

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Airbus A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA)   German aerospace center Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.Airbus A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA)   German aerospace center Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Airbus A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) German aerospace center Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Airbus A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA)   german aerospace centerAirbus A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA)   german aerospace center

Airbus A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) german aerospace center

Frank Maleiner (Condor),Guenter Lanz, Managing Director of UNH, Dietmar Wolff (Condor) and  Stefan Levedag Head of the DLR Institute of Flight Systems. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.Frank Maleiner (Condor),Guenter Lanz, Managing Director of UNH, Dietmar Wolff (Condor) and  Stefan Levedag Head of the DLR Institute of Flight Systems. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Frank Maleiner (Condor),Guenter Lanz, Managing Director of UNH, Dietmar Wolff (Condor) and Stefan Levedag Head of the DLR Institute of Flight Systems. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Frank Maleiner (Condor),Guenter Lanz, Managing Director of UNH, Dietmar Wolff (Condor) and  Stefan Levedag Head of the DLR Institute of Flight SystemsFrank Maleiner (Condor),Guenter Lanz, Managing Director of UNH, Dietmar Wolff (Condor) and  Stefan Levedag Head of the DLR Institute of Flight Systems

Frank Maleiner (Condor),Guenter Lanz, Managing Director of UNH, Dietmar Wolff (Condor) and Stefan Levedag Head of the DLR Institute of Flight Systems

Frank Maleiner (Condor),Guenter Lanz, Managing Director of UNH and Dietmar Wolff (Condor)Frank Maleiner (Condor),Guenter Lanz, Managing Director of UNH and Dietmar Wolff (Condor)

Frank Maleiner (Condor),Guenter Lanz, Managing Director of UNH and Dietmar Wolff (Condor)

Airbus A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA)   german aerospace centerAirbus A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA)   german aerospace center

Airbus A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) german aerospace center

Airbus A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA)   german aerospace centerAirbus A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA)   german aerospace center

Airbus A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) german aerospace center

Head of the DLR Institute of Flight Systems Stefan Levedag in front of the airbus A320 Atra. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.Head of the DLR Institute of Flight Systems Stefan Levedag in front of the airbus A320 Atra. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Head of the DLR Institute of Flight Systems Stefan Levedag in front of the airbus A320 Atra. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Minister of Economics, Energy, Transport and Regional Development, Tarek Al-Wazir. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.Minister of Economics, Energy, Transport and Regional Development, Tarek Al-Wazir. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Minister of Economics, Energy, Transport and Regional Development, Tarek Al-Wazir. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Fleet commander of condor Dietmar WolffFleet commander of condor Dietmar Wolff

Fleet commander of condor Dietmar Wolff

Board Member of Fraport AG and of the Airport and Regional Forum Anke Giesen. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.Board Member of Fraport AG and of the Airport and Regional Forum Anke Giesen. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Board Member of Fraport AG and of the Airport and Regional Forum Anke Giesen. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Head of the DLR Institute of Flight Systems Stefan Levedag. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.Head of the DLR Institute of Flight Systems Stefan Levedag. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Head of the DLR Institute of Flight Systems Stefan Levedag. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Minister of Economics, Energy, Transport and Regional Development, Tarek Al-Wazir. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.Minister of Economics, Energy, Transport and Regional Development, Tarek Al-Wazir. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

Minister of Economics, Energy, Transport and Regional Development, Tarek Al-Wazir. Reducing aircraft noise over residential areas while saving kerosene – this dual improvement is the aim of a joint research project being conducted by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) and the Umwelt- und Nachbarschaftshauses (UNH) in Kelsterbach. During three days, from 26 to 28 September, DLR, using its A320 Advanced Technology Research Aircraft (ATRA) will be testing the Low Noise Augmentation System (LNAS), a pilot assistance system for noise-optimized landing approaches.

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