Navtech Opens Virtual Gallery of Historic Aviation Art

The entire collection encompasses five galleries organized by time periods, beginning with the late 1800s and ending in the 1940s.


Understanding the historical importance of each work is made simple through a description that accompanies it. As viewers enter the gallery, they can view works in time-delineated groups then, click on any piece of art to see it in detail and read the description, which captures its significance. Visitors are encouraged to comment on the posters through an email link back to Navtech at posters@navtech.aero.

Navtech welcomes not only members of the aviation industry they serve, but anyone with a passion for flight and travel to visit its corporate website www.navtech.aero and tour the Navtech Poster Collection. Navtech will open new galleries for viewing twice a year, with the 1920s gallery opening planned for fourth quarter 2010.

About Navtech, Inc.

Navtech, Inc. is a leading global provider of flight operations solutions, serving more than 350 airline and aviation services customers. Navtech’s product suite includes aeronautical charts, navigation data solutions, flight planning, aircraft performance software (take-off/landing, weight and balance), and crew planning solutions. Many of Navtech’s products can be configured as part of an EFB solution, including take-off data calculation, weight and balance, and aeronautical charts. These products directly support millions of flights each year and help Navtech customers maximize efficiency, reduce costs, ensure compliance with complex national and international safety regulations, and effectively deliver their services.

Headquartered just outside Toronto in Waterloo, Ontario -- Canada’s technology center -- Navtech also has locations in Stockholm, London, and Ahmedabad, India, and is further supported by satellite offices around the world. Its home on the web www.navtech.aero is the first and only site for viewing the Navtech Aviation Poster Collection, a collection of hundreds of posters and other ephemera that capture the history of aviation through the arresting graphic design of the day.

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