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Tue, May 21,2013 09:41:09PM EST
Cited For Focus On Maintaining And Improving Best Practices Four European companies have been recognized for their commitment to safe operations as recipients of the 2013 European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) Safety of Flight Awards, presented today at the 13th Annual European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2013). The EBAA Safety of Flight Awards highlight the continued focus on maintaining and improving safety best practices at the companies'flight departments.
Tue, May 21,2013 09:40:23PM EST
Rotax Is NOT The Only Player In Sport Aviation Propulsion Ya gotta hand to Viking... in an industry so VERY well dominated by Rotax, it takes some serious talent and extraordinary fortitude to take them on... But Viking Aircraft Engines has done so... and is making serious headway. While there is a lot to recommend the concept, it is not lost on most sport aviation customers that a Viking Engine can cost as little as half of the price of a comparable Rotax LSA engine. Hence, the little engine that could is quickly becoming popular in the OEM market for many of the most popular aircraft, gyro and powered parachute companies.
Tue, May 21,2013 05:29:31PM EST
The European Cockpit Association The European Cockpit Association (ECA) was created in 1991 and is the representative body of European pilots at European Union (EU) level. It represents over 38,000 European pilots from the National pilot Associations in 37 European states.
Tue, May 21,2013 05:28:57PM EST
With respect to ATC clearances, means aircraft whose altitude, position, and intentions are known to ATC.
Tue, May 21,2013 05:28:33PM EST
"(T)he PC-24 is a completely new development – not a 'me too product'."Source: Oscar J. Schwenk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Pilatus, introducing the company's new twin-engine business jet.
Tue, May 21,2013 05:27:56PM EST
Choose How YOU Want To View Your Aero News: View Everything We're all pretty excited about the new website design here at ANN, but we HAVE heard from some of you that you liked the way that content was displayed on the old site. We hear you, and before you chuck your bitgrinder out a 5th story window, you should know that there are several ways that you can view your Aero-Content.
Tue, May 21,2013 05:27:49PM EST
Pilot Fatally Injured During Air Show Routine A Pitts Special performing during an air show in Turkey has gone down during the performance, resulting in the fatal injury of the pilot.
Tue, May 21,2013 05:24:14PM EST
Displaying 'Relentless'Wind Tunnel Simulator Bell Helicopter will participate in the 69th annual AHS Forum and Technology Display held through May 23 at the Phoenix Convention Center. In addition to sponsorship, Bell Helicopter will have a strong presence at the conference with a pre-forum event, technical presentations, a Bell 525 Relentless wind tunnel simulator on display and participation from Bell Helicopter president and CEO John Garrison during the AHS Forum CEO Panel.
Tue, May 21,2013 05:22:09PM EST
Two Hostage Rescue Agents Fell 75 Feet To The Ocean During Training Exercise Two FBI Hostage Rescue Team members were fatally injured Friday when they fell from rappelling ropes during a helicopter training exercise. The accident occurred about 10 miles off the coast of Virginia Beach, VA, according to a report appearing in USA Today.
Tue, May 21,2013 05:19:58PM EST
Now Available For Order And Delivery Scheduling With flight test activities for Universal Avionics’ new AHS-525 Attitude Heading Reference System (AHRS) largely completed, it is now available for order and delivery scheduling. Certification and shipment is expected in August 2013.
Tue, May 21,2013 05:19:09PM EST
Four People Fatally Injured When Mooney Went Down In Wyoming Mountains Two federal lawsuits against a company that provides contract air traffic control services at Jackson Hole (WY) airport are headed to mediation in an effort to get the suits resolved. The estate of pilot Luke Bucklin of Minnesota and the pilot's ex wife, who is the mother of the three children fatally inured in the accident, are pressing the actions against Serco Inc., in connection with an accident that fatally injured Bucklin and his three sons in 2010.
Tue, May 21,2013 05:17:10PM EST
Service Returns With Houston To Chicago Flight United Airlines on Monday welcomed back its Boeing 787 with the re-launch of commercial service from the airline's hub in Houston. United's Flight 1 departure from Houston Intercontinental at 1100 CDT to Chicago O'Hare marked the return of regular service using the Dreamliner on domestic and international routes.
Tue, May 21,2013 05:16:22PM EST
Trees, Man-Made Objects Could Interfere With Approaches The FAA has notified Beaufort County, SC, that trees and man-made objects may be obstructing approach corridors for Hilton Head Airport (KHDX). An FAA notice received by the county Friday indicated that night instrument approaches might be suspended at KHDX until the problem is solved.
Tue, May 21,2013 05:15:02PM EST
CO2 Emissions Could Be Reduced By 80 Million Pounds Annually, Noise Footprint By More Than 50% Delta Air Lines has placed an order for more than $60 million with Innovative Solutions & Support, Inc. for a complete Systems Integration, Dual GPS Navigation and Cockpit Avionics upgrade of Delta’s MD88 and MD90 aircraft. IS&S will supply all the equipment and installation kits. Specially trained IS&S installation teams will remove existing equipment and install all the LRUs, on site, and prepare the aircraft for return to service. It is anticipated that the modifications will take fewer than six days
Tue, May 21,2013 05:07:17PM EST
Undisclosed European Client Is The Airplane's Buyer Embraer Executive Jets has sold an ultra-large Lineage 1000, to an undisclosed European client, operated by FLYINGGROUP. The sale was announced Tuesday at the 13th European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE). The aircraft, the first Lineage 1000 sale to a customer in Belgium, will join the Belgium-based company’s fleet and will be available for third-party charter. Delivery of the aircraft is scheduled for the second half of 2013.
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