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Fri, Oct 20, 2017

NATA: Airports Must Join With GA To Defeat 'Airlinization' Of ATC System

President Martin Hiller Addresses Georgia Airports Association

Speaking as a panelist at the 2017 Annual Georgia Airports Association Conference and Exposition in Savannah, GA, NATA president Martin Hiller encouraged the Georgia airports community to join general aviation’s effort to defeat the airline industry initiative to take over the air traffic control system.

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Fri, Oct 20, 2017

Tecnam Strengthens Its Presence In Australia, New Zealand

Establishes Corporate Subsidiary To Serve The Region

Capua, Italy-based Tecnam Aircraft has established a corporate presence in Australia. The company’s worldwide Sales Director, Walter Da Costa, made the announcement today, saying that it will be managed by its Australian Sales Team. After many years of successful operation, and with a brand-new product line to be offered in General Aviation, Tecnam has decided to confirm its presence in Australia and to sell and support its products directly”, Da Costa said.

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Fri, Oct 20, 2017

NTSB Probable Cause Report From Hawaii Accident Inconclusive

Aircraft Was Never Recovered From The Water

The NTSB has released its probable cause report from an accident which occurred in December, 2016 in which a Cessna 172 went down in the water near Molokai Airport (PHMK), Kaunakakai, Hawaii, but the board could not determine the probable cause of the accident because the aircraft was not recovered from the water.

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Wed, Oct 18, 2017

Thieves Are Stealing Aviation Fuel In Alaska

Water, Other Contaminants Are Getting Into Fuel Tanks

There has been a rash of fuel thefts from small airplanes near Wasilla, Alaska, leaving pilots with open fuel tanks that can collect water and other contaminants.

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