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Mon, Oct 20, 2014

Esterline CMC Electronics Modernizes Critical Flight Display Systems

FDS Updated With ANSYS To Meet New DO-178B Standard

Esterline CMC Electronics (CMC) is using ANSYS solutions to quickly and easily develop next-generation primary flight display systems for aircraft – reducing the time and costs required for certification while speeding time to market.

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Mon, Oct 20, 2014

Gulfstream Names Cindy Halsey VP Of Completion Planning And Design

Joins The Company After Working For Textron And As A Private Consultant

Cindy Halsey has been named by Gulfstream as vice president, Completion Planning and Design. She reports to Scott Neal, senior vice president, Worldwide Sales and Marketing.

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Mon, Oct 20, 2014

New Zealand Training Company Calls For More Female Pilots

CTC Aviation Estimates Only About Four Percent Of Airline Pilots Globally Are Women

A flight school in New Zealand is actively seeking women to enter a training program to become airline pilots, as the industry forecasts that over 500,000 new pilots will be needed over the next 20 years.

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Fri, Oct 17, 2014

Airborne 10.17.14: Enstrom Delivers, Flight School Scandal, NBAA2014

Also: Rare O-46 Rebuild, Valor Unveiled, OK's Anti-Fly-In Airport, FAA Screw-Ups,

The first Enstrom Model 480B-G has been delivered to Rick Boswell of New Hampshire with the Garmin G1000H glass cockpit installed. Certification of the 480B-G was completed in July, making the 480B-G the only helicopter in its class offering this sophisticated electronic equipment. A group of two dozen Indonesian flight school students who had signed up for training at Accessible Aviation International and California Flight Center in Long Beach, California found themselves in the middle of what looks like a scam when the offices of the school were suddenly vacated. We are all aware of the World War II “Glamour airplanes,” like the P 51, B-17 and numerous others that everybody knows about. However, there were also airplanes that worked and fought hard but never get mentioned. Such is the case of the Douglas O-46. All this... and MORE in today's episode of

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Thu, Oct 16, 2014

Airborne 10.15.14: New Gulfstreams!, Chicago ATC Restored, RedBull Update

Also: Midland AirSho Will Stay In Midland, Sandel Int'l Heli Ops, X-37B Returns???, Washington DC WWII Overflight

Welcome to Airborne's 300th regularly scheduled episode! Yesterday, Gulfstream Aerospace introduced an all-new family of business jets: the Gulfstream G500 and G600. The two new aircraft optimize speed, wide-cabin comfort and efficiency with advanced safety features. The FAA has successfully restored full air traffic operations at the Chicago En Route Center in Aurora, Illinois. Pete McLeod of Canada was declared the winner of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship stop in Las Vegas on Sunday after heavy winds forced the cancellation of the flying in the first of three final rounds. McLeod won the first race of his career by virtue of being the fastest qualifier on Saturday. Nigel Lamb of Britain moved into the overall World Championship lead on the strength of his fourth straight second place finish, and Germany's Matthias Dolderer

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Wed, Oct 15, 2014

Airborne 10.15.14: New Gulfstreams!, Chicago ATC Restored, RedBull Update

Also: Midland AirSho Will Stay In Midland, Sandel Int'l Heli Ops, X-37B Returns???, Washington DC WWII Overflight

Welcome to Airborne's 300th regularly scheduled episode! Yesterday, Gulfstream Aerospace introduced an all-new family of business jets: the Gulfstream G500 and G600. The two new aircraft optimize speed, wide-cabin comfort and efficiency with advanced safety features. The FAA has successfully restored full air traffic operations at the Chicago En Route Center in Aurora, Illinois. Pete McLeod of Canada was declared the winner of the Red Bull Air Race World Championship stop in Las Vegas on Sunday after heavy winds forced the cancellation of the flying in the first of three final rounds. McLeod won the first race of his career by virtue of being the fastest qualifier on Saturday. Nigel Lamb of Britain moved into the overall World Championship lead on the strength of his fourth straight second place finish, and Germany's Matthias Dolderer

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