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Wed, Sep 02, 2015

Five Receive Master Instructor Designation In August

National Accreditation Recognized By The FAA

Five instructors have received for the first time or renewed their Master Instructor designation in the month of August Master Instructors LLC said in a news release that all were accredited as Masters by Master Instructors LLC, the international Master Instructor accrediting authority.

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Wed, Sep 02, 2015

Airplane ‘Impounded’ In U.K. Allowed To Fly Out Of Closed Airport

Pilot Had Landed As Weather Deteriorated Three Weeks Ago

Pilot Martin Field did what any safe pilot would do in such a situation. He was flying from Cornwall to Kent in the U.K. in his vintage Jodel airplane when the weather soured. He looked for a place to land safely, and his best choice was a closed airport at Plymouth on the south coast of Devon, England. He landed safely.

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Wed, Sep 02, 2015

FAA To Rise To The Cloud

Program To Be Implemented Over The Next Year

The FAA will soon be benefitting from advanced computing solutions through a partnership with leading companies in the Cloud industry. After a careful process, the agency has announced that CSC Government Solutions will lead an overall integration effort that will also include Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and other leading Cloud providers.

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Wed, Sep 02, 2015

Denver Aviation Charter School Welcomes First Students

Wings Aerospace Academy Created By The Wings Over The Rockies Air And Space Museum

Wings Aerospace Academy, a charter school with a focus on aviation, welcomed its first students for orientation August 13 with classes starting August 25.

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Tue, Sep 01, 2015

FAA Updates NOTAMs For Obama Visit To Alaska

Multiple TFRs In Place Over The Next Several Days

The FAA has posted details for TFRs for President Obama's visit to Alaska this week. The NOTAMS cover the period from August 31- Sept. 2 at Anchorage, Dillingham, Kotzebue, and Seward in Alaska.

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Tue, Sep 01, 2015

Newport, VT Man Faces Federal Charges After Airplane Accident

Accused Of Falsifying Medical Form In Order To Keep Flying

On August 17, 2015, Luc Quirion, of Newport, Vermont, was charged via criminal complaint and arrested by DOT-OIG agents for making a false statement to the Federal Aviation Administration.

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Tue, Sep 01, 2015

Sling 2 Arrives In Hawaii On Around-The-World Attempt

Flew From California To Honolulu In 21 Hours

A Sling 2 airplane built by The Airplane Factory in South Africa has completed the California-to-Hawaii leg of its circumnavigation attempt.

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Tue, Sep 01, 2015

CA Pilot Flying For Wounded Warriors Fatally Injured In Accident

Was Helping Launch Gliders When The Plane Went Down

A San Diego area test pilot was fatally injured Thursday when the PA-25 Pawnee he was flying went down in the desert north of Los Angeles, CA.

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Tue, Sep 01, 2015

Piper Apache Pilot Says He Collided With A UAV

Report Unconfirmed, But Airplane Damaged

There has been an unconfirmed report that a Piper PA-23-250 was involved in a mid-air collision with a small UAS near Lewis University in Illinois last week.

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Tue, Sep 01, 2015

FAA Grants Section 333 Exemption For Powered Paper Airplane

Lawyer And Pilot Peter Sachs Receives Exemption To Fly A Paper Airplane Commercially

Make of this what you will. The FAA last week granted a Section 333 exemption to noted UAV advocate, lawyer, and commercial helicopter pilot Peter Sachs for his PowerUp 3.0 smartphone-controlled powered paper airplane.

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