The goal of Airpressman is to present articles, news, images and information about the diverse world of aviation; both civil and military. The articles are extensive and contain a lot of technical information – we like to be thorough – therefore indicated for our readers who are most eager for details. For those who like aeronautical photography, our chronicles are extensively illustrated, meanwhile we will frequently publish exhibitions of images of the aircraft highlighted in the notes, in our Image Galleries.
We began our task in South America, however, we plan to expand and spread our wings to other corners of the region and the world. Therefore – please – return frequently to visit our site!
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¿Quién es Airpressman?
Ernesto Blanco Calcagno is a Uruguayan passionate about aviation. Graduated from the Aeronautical Technical School of the Uruguayan Air Force (Jet Engines), he served in the then Aviation Group No. 2 (CAZA) in engine maintenance tasks on Lockheed T-33A and Cessna A-37B aircraft. Resident in several countries during his life (Uruguay, Brazil, United Kingdom and Argentina) he began training as a pilot at the age of 17 in Uruguay (Canelones), continued in Brazil (Rio de Janeiro), the United States (California) and the United Kingdom ( Wycombe and Bournemouth). He holds a commercial license from the US FAA with an Instrument Rating as well as a Basic Commercial with a Flight Instructor (AFI) rating from the UK CAA. He has been a cabin crew member since 1984 with a large international airline based in the United Kingdom; He initially served in short-haul services and then more than three decades in long-haul, wide-body aircraft. This work life allowed us to fly and see all the continents of the planet and provided opportunities to write articles about this amazing industry. Retired in 2020 as Director of Cabin Service (Onboard Manager) of Boeing 767, 777, 747 and 787 aircraft with the aim of dedicating himself to the family, undertaking new initiatives related to digital and audiovisual publications on aeronautics, as well as writing. from books.
The Airpressman Team