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February 11, 2010

ANN Special Feature: SAFE's First Anniversary, 2010 Goals - 02.11.10

ANN's Paul Plack talks with Doug Stewart, 2004 National Instructor of the Year and Chairman of the Society of Aviation and Flight Educators, about SAFE's progress on its first anniversary, and goal

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Eurocopter Southeast Asia Signs Contract With Vinacopter

Four Helos Ordered To Develop Commercial Helicopter Market In Vietnam

Eurocopter Southeast Asia (ESEA) said late last week it has signed its first contract with Vinacopter for the purchase of four aircraft. Eurocopter calls this sale a vote of confidence for its products in a rapidly developing market.

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Susi Air To Triple Piaggio Fleet

Airline Will Add Two P.180 Avanti II's With An Option For A Third

Just as the Singapore Air Show was wrapping up, Susi Air and Piaggio Aero Industries announced an agreement for two additional P.180 Avanti II delivered to Indonesia. Susi Air ordered two P.180 Avanti II and signed an agreement for 1 further option.

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Phenom 100 Takes First Trip To Australia

Embraer’s Entry Level Jet Will Conduct Nine-City Australian Tour

As part of its flying demo tour throughout Asia Pacific, Embraer’s Phenom 100 entry level jet landed, this week, in Perth, Australia.

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Aero-TV: A True Show Stopper – Patty Wagstaff on Air Show Sponsorship

Wagstaff Explains the Importance of Sponsorship for the Air Show Industry

At the 2009 International Council of Air Shows Convention, ICAS President John Cudahy expressed optimism going into 2010.  Despite the struggling economy, air show attendance increased throughout the 2009 season.  Yet as the industry shows signs of thriving, performer sponsorship remains a vital aspect to the continuation of the air show community.  Patty Wagstaff sat down with Aero-TV to explain the criticality of sponsorship and the difficulties many performers face within the industry.

Bell Still In The Commercial Helo Business

New CEO Says Focus Has Been Military, But Civilian Business Will Not Be Ignored

The new CEO of Bell Helicopter says while military helicopters and the V-22 Osprey have helped Bell Helicopter ride out the recession, he will not ignore the civilian side of the business, which has been hard-hit by the economic downturn.

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