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By: Aviation Today  09-12-2011
Keywords: Aircraft, International Airport, Helicopter

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October 28, 2011  Aviation Today
Nearly 30 aviation organizations sent a letter to President Obama on Thursday to protest new departure and passenger taxes proposed under the President’s debt-reduction plan. A few organizations include: Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), Helicopter..


October 27, 2011  Avionics
The adoption of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems for flyable components on aircraft is growing, as airframe manufacturers, avionics companies, maintenance professional and operators look to improve management of their assets. Tim Butler..


October 27, 2011  Air Safety Week


October 18, 2011  Air Safety Week


October 17, 2011  Air Safety Week
Denver International Airport will use $37 million in federal grants for airport improvement projects, including runway rehabilitation work and baggage screening system improvements. FAA and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) awarded the airport..


October 14, 2011  Rotor & Wing
The Australian Army has lifted the suspension of flying operations for its Boeing CH-47D Chinook fleet, including two helicopters serving in Afghanistan, after determining that there were no issues..


October 13, 2011  Aviation Today
AirReady MRO Services, a co-investor of Cotton Creek Capital, a Dallas-based private equity firm, announced on Thursday the acquisition of..


October 11, 2011  Air Safety Week
Denver International Airport (DIA) will use some $37 million in federal grants for airport improvement projects, which include runway rehabilitation work and baggage screening system improvements, the airport announced Monday. The FAA and the..


October 10, 2011  Air Safety Week


October 10, 2011  Air Safety Week
Sudanese Plane Wheels Jam, Crashes A Fokker 50 aircraft operated by Sudan Airways carrying 45 passengers crashed on Oct. 2 at Khartoum airport, the country's largest city, after its wheels jammed. There were no serious injuries or fatalities. The aircraft was..


October 7, 2011  Air Safety Week
European safety regulators may require European operators of Airbus A330s and A320s to replace aircraft windshields following an investigation into a June 2009 Jetstar flight from Japan that was diverted to Guam after a fire ensued at the base of the right..


October 7, 2011  Aviation Today
Simplex Manufacturing of Portland, Ore. has been selected by Battelle Thursday to develop a large internal water tank for the CH47 Chinook helicopter, which will be a component of the Objective Helicopter Icing Spray System (OHISS), a new airframe icing test..


October 6, 2011  Aviation Today
Alaska Airlines and the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (AMFA) on Thursday reached a tentative agreement on a proposed five-year contract for the carrier’s 626 aircraft technicians, which includes annual pay..


October 3, 2011  Air Safety Week
With the first delivery of the 787 Dreamliner to Japanese airline, All-Nippon Airways (ANA) Sept. 26, aircraft manufacturer Boeing spent years at its Everett, Wash. facility to develop what they call a super-efficient airplane, however, how safe is recycled..




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Keywords: Air Line Pilots Association, Air Safety, Aircraft, Aviation Organizations, Helicopter, International Airport,

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Aviation Today :: Commercial

2011 Air Safety WeekA FAA safety inspector admitted in federal court in New Jersey on Thursday to passing hundreds of pilots in unauthorized tests from May 2004 through February 2011 at a Burlington County.. 2011 Aviation TodayNearly 30 aviation organizations sent a letter to President Obama on Thursday to protest new departure and passenger taxes proposed under the President’s debt-reduction plan.


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Aviation Today :: Air Traffic Control

October 20, 2011 Air Safety WeekEASA published proposed rules on qualifications for flying in Instrument Meteorological Conditions on Thursday, placing new and more accessible instrument ratings for private pilots, according to the agency.


09-12-2011

Aviation Today :: Business & General Aviation

October 31, 2011 Air Safety WeekDATE AIRCRAFT NAME NARRATIVE DEATH/INJURY REMARKS October 16, 2011 Guthrie, OK Piper PA-28-140 N6085W Around 1538 CDT, a/c collided w/power lines and impacted a storage shed in a residential area. 2011 AvionicsGarmin received EASA validation of the U.S. Supplemental Type Certificate for the installation of its Electronic Stability and Protection and Iridium datalink in G1000-equipped King Air 200 and B200 models.


09-12-2011

Aviation Today :: Military

2011 Aviation TodayNearly 30 aviation organizations sent a letter to President Obama on Thursday to protest new departure and passenger taxes proposed under the President’s debt-reduction plan. 2011 Rotor & WingThe Australian Army’s 100th pilot has completed the helicopter qualification course from Army Aviation Training and Training Support.