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January 05, 2005

New Jersey Man Charged In Laser Investigation

Reportedly Admitted Lighting Up Two Aircraft

A New Jersey man has admitted he flashed a laser on not one, but two aircraft near Teterboro Airport. Now, David Banach of Parsippany faces charges under the federal government's Patriot Act.

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2004: Another Safe Year For Commercial Airlines

Few Fatal Mishaps Over Past Three Years

The 13 people killed when a Corporate Airlines Jetstream 32 went down in Missouri last October. Those were the only commercial aircraft fatalities of 2004.

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RIP: Othello Phillip Dickert

Boeing Modeler Passed Last Month At 95

It's one of the more arcane aspects of aircraft design -- and yet terribly vital. It's the design and construction of perfectly scaled, perfectly detailed wind tunnel models and for years, one of the best in the business was Othello P. Dickert. ANN has learned that Dickert passed away last month after suffering complications from circulation problems in his legs. He was 95.

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AD: Rolls Royce

AD NUMBER:2004-26-09 MANUFACTURER:Rolls Royce SUBJECT:Airworthiness Directive 2004-26-09 SUMMARY:The FAA is adopting a new airworthiness directive (AD) for Rolls-Royce Corporation (RRC) 250-Band 250-C series turboprop and turboshaft engines with certain part numbers (P/Ns) of compressor adaptor couplings manufactured by Alcor Engine Company (Alcor), EXTEX Ltd.(EXTEX), RRC, and Superior Air Parts (SAP) installed.

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