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Discovery Turbo launches new season of ‘Aviators’

MUMBAI: Discovery Turbo is bringing back its award-winning series ‘Aviators’ in a new season, premiering on 7 March.
The new series will air from Monday to Friday at 8 pm.

Following the adventures of a group of pilots and aviation experts discovering fascinating flight-oriented stories, the new episodes will feature some of history’s noted aerial combatants—from World War I ace ‘The Red Baron’ to pilots in more recent air battles.

It will be hosted by commercial pilot Kurtis Arnold, airline captain Joe Ellis, and commercial pilot Anthony Nalli who is also the executive producer and director of the show.

The popular magazine show will feature regular segments with the US Air Force Thunderbirds, as well as giving an inside look at airline travel, a rock star’s flight training starring Mötley Crüe front man Vince Neil and other aviation excitements.

It will also showcase other aircraft like a look inside the luxurious plane Boeing 787 Dreamliner, special host Wayne Boggs introducing viewers to the historic P-19 trainer aircraft, Fifi the infamous B-29 bomber from WWII, and profiles of T-28, the US Air Force and Navy training aircraft that took part in the Vietnam War.

The series includes people from the aviation sector, the latest aircraft, technology, safety tips for private and recreational pilots, career tips and the best fly-in destinations. It will also take viewers behind the scenes to show how the airline pilots train, how planes are built and how the ATC works.

‘Aviators’ already airs in over 100 countries mainly on Discovery Channel and Discovery Turbo.