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Monsieur Patrick ANSPACH

Patrick ANSPACH

Journaliste aéronautique

Date de naissance : 25/09/1953

Lieu de naissance : Bruxelles (Belgique)

 


Career: Journaliste professionnel indépendant spécialisé en aéronautique. Baccalauréat, École européenne de Luxembourg (1972). Licence en journalisme, Université Libre de Bruxelles (1977). Correspondant-adjoint, Europe 1 (1975-1979). Correspondant de l'Agence centrale de presse (ACP : 1977-1987) Rédacteur en chef du mensuel aéronautique belge "Aviastro" (1977-1992). Chroniqueur aéronautique du quotidien économique belge "L'Écho" (1985-...). Spécialiste aéronautique pour les radios et télévisions RTBF, Bel-RTL et RTL-TVi. Chroniqueur aéronautique du mensuel professionnel "Travel Express" (1989-...).

Medals & distinctions: Chevalier de l'Ordre de la Couronne (Belgique).

Works & publications: ASCO: The Science of Flight.


Air & Space Academy:
Board of governors: Membership:
None. Correspondant ( 2010 )
Section(s): Commission(s):
5 - History, literature and arts (member)
None.


Events diary
Du robot à l’avion automatisé
Tuesday 28 November 2017
42nd COSPAR Scientific Assembly
Saturday 14 July 2018
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Recently published
Annals 2016 Annals 2016
Lexique franglais-français de termes aéronautiques courants et recueil de barbarismes usuels. French version only Lexique franglais-français de termes aéronautiques courants et recueil de barbarismes usuels. French version only
Dossier No 41 - Missing Aircraft. An issue facing air transport Dossier No 41 - Missing Aircraft. An issue facing air transport
The Opinions No.8 on the European Strategy for Aviation proposed by the European Commission The Opinions No.8 on the European Strategy for Aviation proposed by the European Commission
Tribute to André Turcat Tribute to André Turcat





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