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Thu, Jul 28, 2016

Mooney’s Resurgence Continues At Record Pace

New M20 Models Now On Eve Of Certification, M10 Flight Testing On Schedule

Mooney International Corporation reported at AirVenture that the company is having a year to be envied by any aircraft manufacturer – especially those in the sometimes challenging general aviation market.

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Thu, Jul 28, 2016

ERAU Receives New Diamond Aircraft DA42-VI Fleet

School Has Completed Acceptance Of A New Fleet Of Austro Engine Jet-Fuel Aircraft

Dr. Karen A. Holbrook, Interim President of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University accepted the aircraft, which will remain on display at the Diamond booth throughout AirVenture 2016, from Diamond Aircraft Industries Inc. CEO Peter Maurer.

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Thu, Jul 28, 2016

Aircraft That Led D-Day Invasion In The Process Of Restoration

That’s All, Brother Being Brought Back To Flying Condition By The Commemorative Air Force

On June 6th of 1944, over thousands of aircraft, ships, and Allied troops made their way over the beach in Normandy France in the D-Day invasion. Early that morning, at 12:44, the first airplane crossed the shoreline to drop paratroopers behind enemy lines. That airplane was a C47, piloted by Lt. Col. John M. Donalson, dubbed 'That's All, Brother'.

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Thu, Jul 28, 2016

Avidyne Announces Training Partner For IFD Series

Gary Reeves And PilotSafety.org Will Develop New, In-Depth Video-Based Training Programs

Avidyne Corporation announced that they have teamed with Master Instructor, Gary Reeves and PilotSafety.org to develop new, in-depth training programs for Avidyne’s avionics product line, starting with their IFD440/540 FMS GPS systems.

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Thu, Jul 28, 2016

ONE Aviation Provides Singular Support For Coverage of AirVenture 2016!

ONE Aviation: Let’s Fly Together

ONE Aviation delivers innovative access to general aviation by bringing together a line of products suited to the missions and budgets of individuals and businesses previously grounded by the inefficiencies of larger aircraft. We produce safe, efficient, comfortable aircraft to be used by those who need an entry-level business aviation solution. We build airplanes for you. ONE Aviation markets, produces, and delivers the Eclipse Aerospace line of aircraft, including the Eclipse 550 and Eclipse SE jets, as it continues to further the development of the Kestrel aircraft.

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Thu, Jul 28, 2016

EPS Diesel Continues Push To Certification

Presents Update On Milestones Reached At AirVenture

Since their first news conference at AirVenture last year, Engineered Propulsion Systems (EPS) has reached several significant milestones on their path towards certification of their Diesel engine.

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Thu, Jul 28, 2016

Epic Aircraft Completes Circumnavigation Of The Globe

Fleet Of Six Epic LT Aircraft Return To Oshkosh After Visiting Nine Countries And 21 Cities In 21 Days

Epic Aircraft on Tuesday completed its inaugural Epic Odyssey World Tour. The 21-day, 21-city journey concluded with the six participating aircraft flying inline formation to the show to celebrate their successful circumnavigation of the globe. Thus concludes a journey of adventure, experience, endurance and achievement.

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Thu, Jul 28, 2016

Airborne 07.28.16-Oshkosh Day 4: Mike Huerta Addresses Oshkosh, King Schools On ACS

Also: Evolution Aircraft, Sporty’s/Savvy Breakdown Assistance, Comprehensive Jack Pelton Interview, Part 4

FAA administrator Michael Huerta came to town at EAA AirVenture 2016 to conduct his annual 'Meet The Boss' Q&A session. ANN’s Jim Campbell, caught up with John and Martha King of King Schools, to discuss their training products and new Airman Certification Standards. ANN visited with Evolution Aircraft, and we found out that things are evolving at Evolution. Sporty’s Pilot Shop has provided pilot supplies for many years, and now their Pilot Breakdown Assistance Program helps pilots on the go. It’s the fourth day of EAA AirVenture 2016 and EAA’s President, Jack Pelton, discusses the issue of a disparity of demographics between aviation and the rest of society. In tomorrow’s airborne, the final segment of our interview between ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, and EAA president, Jack Pelton, touches on the subject of how EA

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Thu, Jul 28, 2016

Airborne 07.27.16-Oshkosh Day 3: WomenVenture!, NTSB on Part 23, CAF Update

Also: An American Airbus Flies To Oshkosh, Mooney Update, Comprehensive Jack Pelton Interview--Part 3

ANN’s Maxine Scheer attended the kickoff event to WomenVenture, the Women in Aviation Breakfast at the EAA Nature Center. The breakfast was attended by over 400 aviation enthusiasts, women and men, who were treated to a number of inspirational speakers from women aviation leaders. In this report from the field, ANN news editor, Tom Patton, talks with the NTSB Chairman in a discussion that includes how the FAR part 23 rewrite may affect aviation safety. ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, talks with Mooney to find out that their latest aircraft is about a lot more than just an added door. The first U.S. made Airbus A321 airliner shows up at AirVenture 2016 in the colors of JetBlue Airlines. Made in Mobile, Alabama, it carries the moniker of BluesMobile. ANN’s Jim

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Thu, Jul 28, 2016

Embraer Introduces Next Generation Phenom 100, Launch Customers

Phenom 100EV Is Just A Touch More Phenomenal With Increased Range And Hot-And-High Capability

With deliveries scheduled for the first half of 2017, Embraer Executive Jets introduced the next generation Phenom 100, dubbed the Phenom 100 Evolution (EV), with increased power, range and payload along with a new avionics suite.

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