The person flying a Cessna 150 which went down over the weekend
near Mayflower, Arkansas had held a student pilot's license, but it
had expired on June 30th and was not re-issued, according to the
Operation To Demonstrate Potential UAV Role In Border Patrol
U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Office of Air and Marine
has concluded surveillance operations along the U.S. side of
the maritime border of Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence Seaway, and
the land border of New York and Ontario on June 25, 2009.
Two Powerful Voices Fight For Excellence In
There are a number of voices speaking loudly and clearly about
matters we all need to address in terms of flight safety and
aero-education. Two of the most prominent of those voices are
Professional Aviation Educators Sandy and JoAnn Hill.
Remains Were Found In A Fuel Tank During Investigation
While the NTSB did not cite a cause of the forced landing of a
Penobscott Island Air Service Cessna 206 on June 15th it did note
that the remains of a snail were found in the fuel that was
recovered at the accident site. Fortunately there was only one
minor injury associated with this incident.