1990 | Best Safety Development in Aviation

Monday, August 27, 1990

Helmut Cloth with the astronaut Ernst Messerschmidt (one of the crew members of the space shuttle Challenger 1985) at the price giving.

This prize is awarded for special efforts, developments and innovative ideas in the construction of aircraft in the field of general aviation, whereby the focus of interest is on safety, environmental sustainability, aerodynamics, construction design and economy.

The Berblinger prize is one of the highest-valued prizes in the field of general aviation. The competition entries submitted will be judged by a panel of independent, honorary jurors including experts from the aviation and space industry, representatives from universities and research institutes, aviation historians and representatives of the town of Ulm.

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