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Thu, May 05, 2016

NBAA Names Recipients Of 2016 Maintenance Scholarships

Presentations Made At Maintenance Management Conference In Kansas City, MO

The Maintenance Committee of the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is awarding the 2016 Maintenance Technical Reward and Career Scholarships (TRACS) at the Association’s Maintenance Management Conference, which opened Tuesday in Kansas City, MO.

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Thu, May 05, 2016

Arcturus T-20 JUMP VTOL UAS Deployed With The Mexican Navy

Service Took Delivery Of The Aircraft In March

Arcturus UAV reports the Mexican Navy has deployed their T-20 JUMP Fixed Wing VTOL UAV for unspecified operations in Mexico. The customer took delivery of the VTOL system in March.

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Thu, May 05, 2016

Business Aviation Booming In Saudi Arabia

Flights In 2016 Follow Upward Trend

Business aviation flights in Saudi Arabia increased by 6% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2016, according to statistics from WINGX released at the MEBAA Conference in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, which concluded recently.

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Thu, May 05, 2016

Cessna Model 525 Celebrates 25 Years Of Service

First Flight Took Place April 29, 1991

Cessna Aircraft Company recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of the maiden flight of the Model 525 CitationJet prototype, the aircraft that would become the foundation of the light jet segment.

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Wed, May 04, 2016

Airborne 05.04.16: FAA Part 23, IAC AirVenture Theme, Boeing 737 MAX

Also: Supersonic Sound Pollution, Wartime WartHog, Biplanes And Triplanes, Esterline, Airbus H145M, 21st CSAF, NATA Appointment

On the eve of an FAA public hearing in College Park, Georgia regarding the FAA Part 23 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, a coalition of general aviation leaders applauded the FAA’s efforts to improve safety and make it easier to bring new products to market for the light general aviation sector. The NPRM is a result of the Small Airplane Revitalization Act that was signed into law in 2013, and the general aviation organizations strongly encouraged the agency to finish its work on the issue by the end of this year. The International Aerobatic Club has announced its theme for EAA AirVenture 2016 along with their plans for an exhibit during AirVenture. The 2016 theme will be "Grass Roots to the Top of the World," and the exhibit will provide an overview of

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Wed, May 04, 2016

Airborne 05.03.16: Solar Impulse 2, SpaceX v Mars, 5000 Section 333 Exemptions

Also: Textron Drone, Aero-Calendar, Aviation Gateway Park, NASA And FAA, R22 Flashcards, MI Av Program, ArcaBoard

At the time we put this report together, the Solar Impulse 2 had said goodbye to the Silicon Valley and was headed for Phoenix Arizona. By the time you view our report, the aircraft is probably safe and sound at the Phoenix Goodyear Airport, and the crew is planning for the next leg of their flight as they cross the United States headed for New York. Piloted once again by Andre Borschberg, the solar impulse two continues its epic flight around the world that began in March 2015. SpaceX has said that its Red Dragon spacecraft combined with the Falcon Heavy Rocket can make it to Mars…and beyond. According to nasaspaceflight.com, which is not a NASA website, SpaceX has entered into an agreement with NASA for a Mars mission. It’s reported the spacecraft, known as the Red Dragon

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Tue, May 03, 2016

Airborne 05.03.16: Solar Impulse 2, SpaceX v Mars, 5,000 Section 333 Exemptions

Also: Textron Drone, Aero-Calendar, Aviation Gateway Park, NASA And FAA, R22 Flashcards, MI Av Program, ArcaBoard

At the time we put this report together, the Solar Impulse 2 had said goodbye to the Silicon Valley and was headed for Phoenix Arizona. By the time you view our report, the aircraft is probably safe and sound at the Phoenix Goodyear Airport, and the crew is planning for the next leg of their flight as they cross the United States headed for New York. Piloted once again by Andre Borschberg, the solar impulse two continues its epic flight around the world that began in March 2015. SpaceX has said that its Red Dragon spacecraft combined with the Falcon Heavy Rocket can make it to Mars…and beyond. According to nasaspaceflight.com, which is not a NASA website, SpaceX has entered into an agreement with NASA for a Mars mission. It’s reported the spacecraft, known as the Red Dragon

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Tue, May 03, 2016

Airborne 05.02.16: Delta Buys CSeries, Tecnam P2010, Skydiving Competition

Also: Small UAS Rules, Blue Angels/Sully, SpaceX, LOC Accidents, F-35 Program, FlexJet-Flight Options, Airplane Rescue

The Bombardier C-Series aircraft program received a major boost when Delta Airlines executed a firm agreement for the purchase of seventy five CS100 aircraft with an option for an additional fifty CS100’s. Delta may elect to convert a number of these aircraft into CS300’s at a later date. Based on the list price of the CS100 aircraft, the firm order is valued at approximately $5.6 billion. Even though Tecnam’s P 2010 four-place aircraft only recently received its EASA and FAA type certification, Tecnam has now received approval for level I major changes that will enhance the aircraft. The revision validates the use of the GFC 700 autopilot, fully integrated with the G1000 glass flight deck. The GFC 700 is an AHRS-based automatic flight control sys

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Mon, May 02, 2016

Airborne 05.02.16: Delta Buys CSeries, Tecnam P2010, Skydiving Competition

Also: Small UAS Rules, Blue Angels/Sully, SpaceX, LOC Accidents, F-35 Program, FlexJet-Flight Options, Airplane Rescue

The Bombardier C-Series aircraft program received a major boost when Delta Airlines executed a firm agreement for the purchase of seventy five CS100 aircraft with an option for an additional fifty CS100’s. Delta may elect to convert a number of these aircraft into CS300’s at a later date. Based on the list price of the CS100 aircraft, the firm order is valued at approximately $5.6 billion. Even though Tecnam’s P 2010 four-place aircraft only recently received its EASA and FAA type certification, Tecnam has now received approval for level I major changes that will enhance the aircraft. The revision validates the use of the GFC 700 autopilot, fully integrated with the G1000 glass flight deck. The GFC 700 is an AHRS-based automatic flight control sys

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Mon, May 02, 2016

Klyde Morris (05.02.16)

Klyde: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same!

FMI: www.klydemorris.com

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