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January 06, 2007
Company Website Says It Has ‘Closed Its Doors’
The confusion among customers -- both end-users and other
businesses -- about the fate of Direct2Avionics (D2A)
ANN Salutes Those Who Did The Most For Aviation And
It is both the most "fun," and most difficult task, facing the
ANN staff at the end of every year -- determining who, or what, did
the most to promote the cause of aviation in the past 365 days...
while also chastizing those who did all they could to undermine the
many successes the aerospace community has managed to
NPRM Seeks Comment On New Bulkhead, Design Regulations
The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed a sweeping new
set of regulations intended to make new airliners less susceptible
to terrorist attacks.
US Sport Aviation Expo Runs January 11-14
Anyone seeking the latest information on virtually any aspect of
sport pilot/light-sport aircraft (SP/LSA) will want to head to
Sebring, FL next week, January 11-14, for the third annual US Sport
Aviation Expo at the Sebring Regional Airport.
Is It The Right Option For You?
Fractional ownership. This aircraft ownership option has
seemingly sprouted almost from nowhere in the last few years.
Starting A Fractional At Your Home Airport
If a fractional program does not yet exist in your area, you
might try to attract an existing program to set up a location.
Only you can decide whether buying into a fractional ownership
program makes sense for you.
Bankrupt Carrier Seeks Options For 30 More
Delta Air Lines asked a bankruptcy court judge for
permission to purchase up to 60 Bombardier CRJ 900.
Missile Defense System To Field In 2009
Lockheed Martin has won $619 million contract from the Missile
Defense Agency (MDA) to begin production of the Terminal High
Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) Weapon System.
World's Fastest Turboprop Will Grace Its Home Country's
EADS Socata told Aero-News Friday the company has delivered the
first TBM 850 VFT -- for Very Fast Turboprop -- to a French
The search for the final resting place of Amelia Earhart, her
navigator Fred Noonan and her Lockheed Electra continues.
An aircraft that enjoys the best of both worlds; the ability to
takeoff and land on the land or the water.
"Following the replacement of the cockpit doors, this will make
airplanes even more secure."
Source: FAA spokesperson Alison Duquette, on a
proposed set of regulations intended to make new airliners less
susceptible to terrorist attacks.
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