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February 19, 2005

Colorado Pilot Crashes, Survives Freezing Temps

A 58-year-old pilot who was flying a Cessna 172 from Laughlin (NV) to Paonia (CO) crashed in eight feet of powder snow in Colorado on Wednesday.Miraculously, he was hungry and dehydrated when rescued, but uninjured.

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Textron Lycoming To Appeal Texas Verdict

Textron Lycoming has announced that the company will appeal the recent verdict in a Texas court which orders the company to pay $9.7 million in actual damages and $86.3 million in punitive damages to Interstate Southwest Ltd. of Navasota (TX).

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Air Security International Teams With BBC, HTH Worldwide

Air Security International (ASI) has announced that it has entered into alliances to help corporate travelers stay safe and healthy when they’re away from home.

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NATA's Coyne Meets With FAA Officials

National Air Transportation Association President James K. Coyne, NATA staff and other general aviation entities met on Friday with top FAA officials to address growing concerns about the safety of part 135 on-demand air carrier and Part 91 corporate operations.

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NBAA Welcomes Congressional Proposals

The National Business Aviation Association announced on Friday it welcomes the introduction of House and Senate legislative proposals requiring the Departments of Homeland Security and Transportation to re-open Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport to GA.

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Aero-Views: Popular Mechanics Takes On 911 Conspiratroids

If you have to research any recent major air disaster on the internet, the signal to noise ratio of that global village is depressing. Nowhere is that more true than when you're trying to gather facts on the September 11th terrorist attacks.

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The Check Is No Longer In That Mail

The US Postal Service has decided to suspend all shipments of US mail through US Airways Group, Inc. The reason? They couldn't deliver it on time.

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Charges Dropped Against UAL/NG Pilot

Just a few days ago, Maj. Robert Feneziani, 44, of San Diego (CA), United Airlines and National Guard pilot, was arrested. The charges have now been dropped.

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Aero-News Quote Of The Day (02.19.05)

"The plane was completely torn apart and completely destroyed. I cannot believe he survived the crash, then survived the night up there." Source: Civil Air Patrol volunteer and Montrose County (CO) coroner Mark Young, describing his reaction after seeing the C172 which crashed at over 10,000 feet in the mountains of Colorado, and whose pilot survived, uninjured, 24 hours in freezing temperatures by digging a snow cave.

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AD: Avions Marcel Dassault

AD NUMBER: 2005-04-02 MANUFACTURER: Avions Marcell Dassault SUBJECT: Airworthiness Directive 2005-04-02 SUMMARY: The FAA is adopting a new airworthiness directive (AD) for all Dassault Model Falcon 10 series airplanes.

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Emergency AD: Boeing

AD NUMBER: PL2005-04-51 MANUFACTURER: Boeing SUBJECT: Airworthiness Directive PL2005-04-51 SUMMARY: On May 7, 1991, we issued AD 91-11-01, amendment 39-6887 (56 FR 22306, May 15, 1991), for certain Boeing Model 747 series airplanes. Since the issuance of AD 91-11-01, we have received several reports of large fatigue cracks common to fuselage frames in the upper deck area on Boeing Model 747-200C, -200F, and -300 series airplanes.

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AD: Boeing

AD NUMBER: 2005-04-03 MANUFACTURER: Boeing SUBJECT: Airworthiness Directive 2005-04-03 SUMMARY: The FAA is adopting a new airworthiness directive (AD) for certain Boeing Model 747-400, -400D, and -400F series airplanes.

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