Motorflug GmbH, Baden Baden
Dear PA46 disciples,
It has long been accepted that if the good Lord had, in his day, been in
need of a mode of transport to travel divinely from A to B he would have
done so aboard a Malibu.
Presumably he would also have attended the technical meeting of the
MMIG46 at Baden Baden in September just for another chance to be there
or to share in the heavenly dinner at the Auberge au Vieux in
Koenigsbruck / Elsace,
or the next day to be greeted by the angelic smile of Motorflug's
Ambassador of Hospitality, Karin St. Pierre.
And the rest of the program was more than OK.
Motorflug had done their very best, not only regarding the ambience and
service, but also to convince with technical capability.
Even if one can safely assume that with declining flying hours
worldwide, marketing is more necessary than ever before to position
one's company for the future, this kind of company presentation to
potential customers is not only welcome and understandable, but also to
be applauded in view of the respectable degree of know-how transfer to
Back in the early 90s MMIG46 decided to make the separation of workshop
chaff from workshop wheat one of its first priorities in their future
ministry, in the belief that the pilots and owners of the big-boys-toys
were better served by a few, highly competent and efficient service
companies than a wider but more diluted supply.
The technical program was also consistently acceptable, whereby Uwe
NItsche's RocketRoute presentation and Mads Jensen's submissions on
trend-monitoring not only stood out, but were worthy of two awards, one
for the best innovation, the other for the best value-sustaining investment.
All in all, a good thing in the best MMIG46 tradition.
Thanks to all those involved.
Dr. M. Offermann
© MMIG46 e.V.