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Blue Skies Club

Exclusively giving you first access to new Liquors & Labels
plus Special Offers and Updates

Welcome and Thank You for Subscribing!
In this newsletter:
  1. Released: Our new P40 Warhawk Labels and Corn Liquor introduced.
  2. Av-Report: On this day in Aviation History.
  3. Update: Availability of our Single Malt Whisky.
  4. Av-Humour: A light-hearted look at aviation, tales & cartoons.

Cleared for Take-Off!

Our new Corn Liquor is on sale NOW,

to you our subscribers,

with a limited amount 'lined up and ready'

for immediate delivery!

P40SO-C-FL-WS

P40 Warhawk

"Shark Mouth"

P40 Warhawk Shark Mouth
P40 Warhawk Banshee
P40BO-C-RF-WS

P40 Warhawk

"Burma Banshee"

Aircraft Nose Art

&

Insignia Collection

"Nose art is a decorative painting or design on the fuselage of an aircraft, usually on the front fuselage."

We introduce to you, the first labels in our Nose Art collection, starting with the legendary Curtiss P-40 Warhawks. These are both Open Labels, meaning you can pair the label with any of our available liquor batches and liquor types when refuelling.
Shark

"Shark Mouth"

With this label we celebrate the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk with the iconic Shark Mouth nose art of the legendary Flying Tigers.

"Burma Banshee"

With this label we celebrate the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk with the very destinctive Burma Banshee nose art.
Banshee
Both P-40 Warhawk labels will go on sale to the general public on Thursday April 29th.

About our Corn Liquor

This corn liquor is produced following a traditional bourbon or American whiskey recipe. A corn, wheat and barley mash is distilled after fermentation and then matured in new American oak casks for eight months.
3
Batch 04.21 - 03.01 Clq Batch
Logged with us under Batch 04.21 - 03.01 Clq and will be available as a Refuelling option also. Talking of Refuelling, we are on target to launch this service at the end of the month. Details will follow in our next newsletter.

Av-Report

On this day, 22nd April in Aviation History

1908 - Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. accompanied by two officers made balloon ascent lasting 4 hours 30 minutes.
1912 - Englishman Denys Corbett Wilson flies across St.George's Channel between England and Ireland.
1921 - Secretary of the Navy and other officials witness launching of first Aeromarine Navy civilian flying boats on Potomac River at Washington.
1962 - Jackie Cochran set 18 FAI records in one day flying a Lockheed L-1329 JetStar, construction number 5003, FAA registration N172L, and named The Scarlett O’Hara.

The route of her flight was New Orleans–Boston–Gander– Shannon–London–Paris–Bonn, with refueling stops at Gander and Shannon. According to the U.S. Centennial of Flight Commission, Jackie Cochran “… set more speed and altitude records than any other pilot.”
1971 - Britain and France give the go-ahead for four more Concordes, bringing the total to ten.
1985 - Pan Am sells its Pacific division to United Air Lines for $750 million; the deal includes all Pan Am's Pacific routes as well as its complete fleet of long-range Boeing 747SP's, half its Lockheed “TriStars” and one McDonnell Douglas DC-10.

On Final Approach

We are thrilled to announce that we wil finally have a

Single Malt Whisky available at the end of May!

Batch 05.21 - 02.01 Wky Batch
As our Av-Alc Blue Skies Club mailing list subscribers, you will have first access to this highly anticipated liquor.
Wky
UP-A
Keep an eye out for our next newsletter!

Av- Humour

A small single engine aircraft is waiting at the runway holding point, ready to be cleared for take-off after a very large four engine aircraft on final approach has landed.

As the large aircraft passes the small aircraft just prior to touch down, the pilot of the large aircraft sarcastically remarks on the radio;

“Oooh, what a cute little aeroplane you fly, did you make it yourself?”

As karma would have it, he then proceeds to execute one of the worst landings of his career, to which the pilot of the small aircraft remarks;

“As a matter of fact, I did build it myself, another landing like that and there will be enough aircraft parts lying around for me to build another!”
Feel free to share your Av-Humour tales & cartoons with us via email to
admin@av-alc.com we would love to hear it and share it!
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