Officials Say Microbursts Are The Most Likely Explanation
A pilot flying a Cessna 182 on a aerial photography mission near
Denver was fatally injured last Wednesday afternoon when
severe weather moving through the area apparently caused the
airplane to impact the ground.
Mountain Flying Is A Whole Different Kind of Aviation...
Women in Aviation International is gaining a reputation for one
of the most complete and diverse annual conferences in the
industry, but also works to make sure it's not just women who feel
welcome. Any exhibitor who might play a role in expanding
employment opportunities is welcome. One who came in 2011 was Joe
Kuberka, President of Blue Goose Aviation.
Senators Pat Roberts (R-KS) and Mark Begich (D-AK) led a
group of their colleagues in sending a letter late last week to
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood opposing a recent proposal by
the FAA to eliminate current privacy protections for general
aviation pilots, allowing the public to access their aircraft
movements in real-time.
Outcome Uncertain, Appeals Court Could Be Overturned
In what legal analysts are saying is something of a surprise
move, the Minnesota Supreme Court has agreed to hear Prokov v.
Cirrus, in which an appeals court ruled in favor of the planemaker
earlier this year.
Says Based On Facts, Wireless Company's Alternative Plans Lacks
In a document released last Friday, The Coalition To Save Our
GPS presented a review of wireless company Lightsquared's proposal
to allow it to continue to establish a nationwide wireless