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About MIAS.Aero

With years of experience at the heart of military aviation, MIAS.Aero mission is to cover aviation news from around the world while guaranteeing editorial quality and reliability - a reputation built since MIAS.Aero was founded in 1988 as an independent press agency.

By carefully selecting and preparing the topics to report on, MIAS.Aero is able to produce ready-to-publish high quality photo reports and feature articles whereby our trademark has become the production of articles concerning unique or unusual Air Forces, aviation units, exercises, etc. This with the aim to providing an interesting and positive insight while showing recognition to countries, organizations or events that otherwise get little attention.

Key to our success is that prior to creating the desired exposure, MIAS.Aero works directly with governments, military headquarters and military leadership in order to safeguard accuracy and integrity.

The ready-to-publish product is only provided to carefully selected national and international military aviation magazines sharing the same high standards like ours. More importantly, MIAS.Aero is recognized as the specialist in producing AIR-TO-AIR PHOTOS (in-flight photography) - a prominent element in our articles - depicting the atmosphere of flying at its most exciting and exhilarating best. Due to the high quality standards, MIAS.Aero photo material is also used by many Air Forces for their internal and external public relations purposes.

Today, thanks to our clear approach and long service tradition, MIAS.Aero portfolio of partners includes the world's major aviation magazines, military organizations and aviation corporations. See our partners.

By carefully selecting and preparing the topics to report on, MIAS.Aero is able to produce ready-to-publish high quality photo reports and feature articles whereby our trademark has become the production of articles concerning unique or unusual Air Forces, aviation units, exercises, etc. This with the aim to providing a interesting and positive insight while showing recognition to countries, organizations or events that otherwise get little attention.

Our efforts now resulted in over 50 publications (including 10 front covers) and more than 450 pages with great photos and information.

 

Copyright ©

All images on this website are protected by International Copyright laws and the Berne Convention, whereby the exclusive rights are owned by the maker of the photographs.

The entire site including, but not limited to, design, content, images and elements are the exclusive property of MIAS.Aero.

Reproducing, copying or redistributing any part thereof without the expressed written permission of the owner/author is strictly forbidden and punishable by law. In order to obtain permission, please contact MIAS.Aero.

Failure to obtain this permission is a violation of the International Copyright laws and the Berne Convention. Any unauthorized use constitutes an infringement also if an image does not include a © symbol or wording.

Copyright © 1988-2014, MIAS.Aero. All Rights Reserved.

 

References

Since 1988 MIAS.Aero representatives have been flying onboard more than 60 different military aircraft types from 22 different countries and logged over 600 flying hours taking AIR-TO-AIR PHOTOS:

Countries visited and aircrafttypes flown by MIAS.Aero representatives:

Countries:
Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Bolivia, Bulgaria, Colombia, Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Indonesia, Italy, Jordan, Lithuania, Macedonia, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Switserland, Ukraine, Uruguay, United States of America.

Fighters/Jet-Trainers:
F-15D Eagle, F-16B Fighting Falcon, AT-38 Talon, T-38 Talon, QF-4E Phantom II, F-18D Hornet, SF-5B Freedom Fighter, MiG-21 Lancer-B, F-5F Tiger II, TA-7P Corsair II, Fiat G-91T, IAR-99 Soim, Alpha Jet, Casa C-101EB Aviojet, MS-760 Paris.

Trainers:
EMB312 Tucano, T-34A Mentor, T-34C Turbo Mentor, SIAI F-260EU Marchetti, Pilatus PC-7, Sukhoi Su-29AR, Yakolev Yak-52.

Tankers/Transport/VIP:
C-130B/H Hercules, HC-130 Hercules, C-130J Super Hercules, Casa C-212 Aviocar, Casa CN-235, Emb-120 Brasilia, DHC-4 Caribou, C-160F Transall, An-26 Curl, An-30 Clank, KC-135R Stratotanker, KDC-10 Extender, KC-767 tanker, Lj-25 Learjet, BAe 31 Jetstream, Ce-210 Centurion, Ce-182 Skylane, Ce-206 Stationair, Dornier Do-27.

Helicopters:
Bell 47G, SA-315 Lama, SA-316B Alouette III, Westland Wessex, UH-1D/H Huey, UH-1N Twin Huey, Agusta Bell AB212, B0-105 Bölkow, Hughes 500, OH-58A Kiowa, UH-60 Blackhawk, HH-60 Pave Hawk, HH-60 Jayhawk, HH-65 Dolphin, MH-53 Pave Low, CH-47D Chinook, SA-330 Puma, SA-330 SOCAT, AS-332 Super Puma, AS-532 Cougar, Sikorsky S-76 Spirit, Mi-8 Hip, Mi-17 Hip, Mi-24 Hind.

All photographic materials displayed on this website are made by MIAS.Aero photographers.

MIAS.Aero is based in The Netherlands.


  

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