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Tue, Dec 06, 2016

Tecnam Unveils The 2nd Generation P2002 Sierra MkII

Says Aircraft Is 'Substantially Updated' From The Previous Version

Tecnam has introduced what it says is a substantially updated and improved Mark 2 version of the company’s popular P2002 Sierra.

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Tue, Dec 06, 2016

AEA Attends EASA Annual Conference In Germany

Represented Interests Of Association's European Members On A Variety Of Issues

Last week, Ric Peri, AEA vice president of government and industry affairs, was in Cologne, Germany, attending multiple meetings on behalf of the AEA European membership. There were a number of issues raised during the EASA annual Maintenance & Production Conference as well as the semiannual Engineering & Maintenance technical meeting.

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Tue, Dec 06, 2016

Witnesses Report Seeing Pilot Struggling With Door Prior To RV-10 Accident

Pilot Was Fatally Injured When The Plane Went Down November 5

The NTSB has issued a preliminary report from an accident which occurred on November 5, 2016 involving an experimental amateur-built Stamper model RV-10 single-engine airplane. The aircraft N924WY, was destroyed during a postimpact fire following a loss of control shortly after takeoff from Dubois Municipal Airport (DUB), Dubois, Wyoming. The private pilot, the sole occupant, was fatally injured.

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Mon, Dec 05, 2016

Duncan Aviation Releases Update To “Straight Talk About WAAS” Ebook

Helps Explain Workings Of Wide Area Augmentation System

Duncan Aviation recently released an update to its “Straight Talk About WAAS” ebook, which gives operators a closer look at the Wide Area Augmentation System for use in the United States for IFR approaches. This upgrade to GPS satellite navigation is a critical step in the FAA’s NextGen plans.

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Sun, Dec 04, 2016

GAMA Welcomes Major Step Toward New EASA Mandate

Will Update And Modernize The Agency's 'Basic Regulation'

On December 1, Transport Ministers from across the European Union’s Member States reached agreement on a new mandate for the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The agreement opens the door for final negotiations among the European Parliament, EU Member States, and the European Commission to agree on a final text. This step followed a  November 10 vote in the European Parliament, where Members of the Transport & Tourism Committee overwhelmingly approved to open negotiations with the other EU institutions in order to update EASA’s existing ‘Basic Regulation.’

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Sun, Dec 04, 2016

Yingling Aviation Named Garmin Integrated Flight Deck Dealer

Wichita-Based Center Is Authorized To Sell And Install Garmin G1000 Through G5000 Avionics On Broad Range Of Business Aircraft

Yingling Aviation has been named a Garmin Integrated Flight Deck Dealer and approved by Garmin Avionics to install its new G5000 glass upgrade suite. The G5000 is Garmin’s latest line of satellite-based navigation capabilities, digital management tools, NextGen/SESAR/Eurocontrol operational support for ADS-B and Data Comm/Link 2000+ and graphical display technologies for enhanced safety and crew coordination.

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