Project Still On Hold As Opponents Fight Relocation
Showing its commitment to the expansion of O'Hare International
Airport, the FAA plans to give Chicago $300 million -- the full
amount requested by the city -- for the first phase in the planned
$15 billion project. The announcement comes as the plan continues
to be on hold, pending an inquiry requested by opponents to the
Operator Believes Training Is The Answer As Others Call To
Having lost four of its pilots in three Mitsubishi MU-2s over
the past twelve years, including one last August, you would perhaps
think Denver's Flight Line Aviation would be among those seeking
stronger government oversight -- or an outright ban -- of the
controversial airplane. Such is not necessarily the case.
by Aero-News Senior Correspondent Kevin R.C. "Hognose"
The Goodrich brake unit for a Boeing 787 Dreamliner looks like
any other jet brake pack -- until you start looking for a place to
connect the hydraulic line. You can look as long as you like, but
there isn't one: the brake is electric.
AeroGraphics Design LLC of Rio Rancho, NM -- makers and
installers of aircraft graphics such as registration numbers and
larger-scale applications, as well as airport signage and facility
markers -- moved its Albuquerque headquarters last week into a
larger 2,200 square-foot facility, stepping up from its
thousand-foot-smaller location in the same complex.