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January 12, 2008

AOPA: Senator Believes 'User Fees Are Dead'

Boyer Cautions Not To Pop Champagne Corks Just Yet

From his lips, to a higher power's ears. Florida Senator Bill Nelson had a succinct message for the over 400 pilots attending a recent AOPA Pilot Town Meeting. In his opinion, "user fees are dead," Nelson told the audience in Fort Lauderdale, according to the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association.

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Avidyne To Provide Several Avionics For 2008 AOPA Sweepstakes Plane

'Get Your Glass' Archer Will Sport EX500 MFD, TAS600 With Audio Alerting

Several notable suppliers of advanced avionics systems will ensure the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association's 2008 sweepstakes plane won't just be classy... it'll be "glassy," too.

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EAA's 'Aluminum Overcast' Takes To The Skies Again In Spring 2008

B-17 Will Travel Throughout West On National 'Salute To Veterans' Tour

Aluminum Overcast, the Experimental Aircraft Association's restored B-17 bomber, will return to the sky on March 28 in Las Vegas, NV, the first stop of nearly 60 planned for the 2008 "Salute to Veterans" national tour. The first portion of EAA's tour schedule includes more than 15 stops in six states between March 28 and June 4.

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DWC Staffer Named Nation's First Certified Aviation Maintenance Engineer

Danielle Vezina Is College's Av-Maintenance Coordinator

Danielle Vezina, Aviation Maintenance Coordinator for Daniel Webster College, is the first aviation professional in the United States to be credentialed as a Certified Aviation Maintenance Engineer.

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