Would Require All Repair Stations To Adopt TSA Security
TSA announced publication in the Federal Register of a Notice of
Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) to strengthen the Aircraft Repair
Station Security program on Monday. The proposed rulemaking would
establish security requirements for maintenance and repair
Re-Powered Aircraft Will Fly For Spanish Flight School
Sounding a little bit like proud parents ... Diamond Aircraft
has announced the successful completion of the first Upgrade DA42
New Generation for the Spanish Flight School Academy CESDA. During
the program the two TAE diesel engines were swapped for two new
diesel Austro Engines (AE300).
Greek authorities say they have recaptured 41-year-old Alket
Rijai, who made a dramatic escape from a Greek prison in February
using a helicopter. It was the second time the Albanian prisoner
had been plucked from prison by a helo. The first was in 2006.
FAA Says Airport Does Not Have Enough Traffic To Warrant A
Since 2000, Okaloosa county in the Florida panhandle has been
trying to get a federal grant for a control tower at Destin
Airport, but the FAA has told county officials that there is not
enough traffic at the airport to warrant the facility.
Powerplant Now Available To Mooney M20E, M20F, M20J Owners
Lycoming Engines recently received FAA type and production
certification for its IO-390-A3A6 engine, quickly followed by an
FAA supplemental type certificate (STC), the second STC earned as
part of Lycoming’s Echelon STC program.
FAA Gets A Look At VoIP Technology For NextGen Voice Switch
Northrop Grumman Corporation said Monday it has successfully
demonstrated of the company's Next Generation Voice Over Internet
Protocol (VoIP) Voice Switch to officials of the FAA in preparation
for the upcoming National Airspace System (NAS) Voice Switch (NVS)