Tue, Nov 26, 2013
One of ANN's Most Popular "Freebies"
Several years ago, ANN's first web-geek, Al Pike, designed a small "portable" News Ticker that offers current ANN headlines detailing what is happening in the aviation world. It can be copied to virtually any Web site (including YOURS!) on the Internet by simply requesting the code from us. In addition to staying abreast of the latest headlines, you can click on any one of these News Tickers, no matter which site it is on, and then go directly to ANN to read the news, in-depth, anytime you choose.
You may get the code using our request form by logging on to www.aero-news.net/ANNTicker.cfm. Installation is a simple matter of copying the code into the HTML source code on a page on your site (and it IS simple... if Campbell can do it, anyone can...).
For those of you with web sites, be sure to drop us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know where you've installed the ticker, so we can share that info with other ANN readers.
AND... don't forget to send your news and press releases to us via email@example.com ! We want our coverage to include EVERY facet of aviation... so we need ALL the feedback we can get!
Says Disregard For Rulemaking Process Warrants Withdrawal Of Cylinder AD Proposal The Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) has warned the FAA that its disregard of basic >[...]
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The function performed by the FMS/ RNAV to alert the pilot at some time or distance prior to, or when reaching, the active waypoint.>[...]