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This is a list of aviation-related events from 1992:

Events

  • The European Commissionmarker approves three new regulations to liberalize air travel within the European Union. EU airlines are gradually given unlimited rights to serve airports in other member states, with the final round of reforms complete by April 1997.
  • The Operations of Australia's two government airlines, Australian Airlines and Qantas are merged in preparations for Qantas's privatisation, which will happen in 1995. Australian Airlines ceases to exist as a separate airline until 2002, when it re-emerges as a low-cost airline flying to destinations in South-East Asia.
  • NASA initiates the Advanced General Aviation Transport Experiments (AGATE) program to develop technology to help revitalize the slumping general aviation industry.


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May



July

  • July 6 - the final F-4 Phantom IIs are retired from Royal Air Force service.


October

  • October 4 - El Al Flight 1862marker, a Boeing 747-200 cargo freighter, crashes in Bijlmermarker neighborhood in Amsterdammarker, Netherlands after take off. Killing 47 people.
  • October 16 - Flt Lt Nicky Smith, graduated from 89 Course at Shawbury to become the RAF's first female helicopter pilot, October 16.


December



First flights

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December

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