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Thu, Jul 30, 2015

Robinson Upgrades R66 Police Helicopter

New Streamlined Instrument Panel Includes Multiple Improvements, Company Says

Robinson Helicopter Company has announced a package of multiple upgrades to its R66 Turbine Police Helicopter.

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Thu, Jul 30, 2015

Industry Reps Highlight UAS Uses At House Unmanned Systems Caucus Forum

AUVSI President And CEO Brian Wynne Moderated The Forum

Representatives from a variety of industries, from farmers to movie makers, discussed their uses of unmanned systems at a recent Capitol Hill forum hosted by the House Unmanned Systems Caucus and moderated by AUVSI President and CEO Brian Wynne.

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Thu, Jul 30, 2015

Wright 'B' Flyer Seeks EAA Help To Make New Lookalike Flyer

Simulator Of 1903 Model Sparks Homebuilders To Share Skills

The National Aviation Heritage Area in Dayton, Ohio and Wright “B” Flyers plan to build a new flyer of America’s first production airplane. With the help of EAA homebuilders, the second Wright “B” Flyer can serve as an educational tool and air show demonstrator. 

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Thu, Jul 30, 2015

Pilot That Struck Cable Over CO Canyon Known To FAA

L-39 Pilot Has Not Been Identified To Local Authorities

The pilot of an L-39 Albatros that struck electric cables while making a low pass over De Beque Canyon in Colorado in May is known to the FAA, according to information from the agency passed along to local authorities.

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Thu, Jul 30, 2015

NASA Awards Contract To Support Agency’s Human Spaceflight Programs

Wyle Laboratories Selected To Support Research Aboard ISS

NASA has selected Wyle Laboratories Inc., of El Segundo, California, to provide biomedical, medical and health services in support of all human spaceflight programs at the agency’s Johnson Space Center in Houston. The work supports ongoing research aboard the International Space Station and helps enable the journey to Mars.

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Thu, Jul 30, 2015

Pilot Fatally Injured In BD-5 Accident

Plane Went Down Near Dungarvan, CO  Waterford

The builder of a BD-5 who reportedly spent 30 years building his plane has been fatally injured in an accident in Ireland.

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Thu, Jul 30, 2015

Evolution Trikes Offers Better Folding Ultralight

REV Can Fold In Under 10 Minutes

Evolution Trikes has come up with a part 103 Ultralight unlike any other. It has no front strut for increased visibility, and can fold up in ten minutes without using hinges. Without hinges, the craft can be folded up by anyone in less than ten minutes.

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Thu, Jul 30, 2015

Factory Acceptance Granted For 1st 'HATS' Military Training Helo For Australia

Boeing Defense Australia Is Prime Contractor For The Program

Airbus Helicopters has achieved Factory Acceptance of HATS01, the first of fifteen helicopters of the H135 family (EC135 T2+) for the Helicopter Aircrew Training System (HATS) for the Australian Defence Force (ADF).

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Thu, Jul 30, 2015

ROPS Capability Now Available Across All Airbus Families

Runway Overrun Prevention System Now Certified On Entire Airbus Line

EASA has certified Airbus' Runway Overrun Prevention System (ROPS) technology on A330 Family aircraft. This on-board cockpit technology, which Airbus has pioneered over several years, is now certified and available on all Airbus Families.

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Thu, Jul 30, 2015

Follow-On Order For Skyhawk Aircraft To Meet Pilot Training Needs In China

Second Order Of 172s By Shandong Hairou General Aviation

Cessna recently announced that it has secured an order for six Cessna Skyhawk 172 aircraft from Shandong Hairuo General Aviation Co., Ltd. in China. This fleet represents the second order of Skyhawks placed by Shandong Hairuo General Aviation this year. During the Asian Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (ABACE) in April, the company announced an order for two Cessna Skyhawks to be used for pilot training in China.

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