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The long-awaited Kelly Thermacool electric air conditioning system for the Cessna 206/T206 will be demonstrated at the Kelly Aerospace Thermal Systems at Oshkosh this year. The system prototype is in its final stages of the certification process and is expected to receive FAA/STC certification in late August or early September.
Florida-based Sarasota Avionics is holding an Aspen Installation Giveaway promotion for the week of Oshkosh, where one lucky customer that purchases an Aspen PFD or MFD will receive the installation labor at no charge – up to a $3,000 value. Sarasota Avionics says that the promotion can also be combined with any other discounts that are currently being offered by Aspen avionics for additional savings.
The U.S. Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee on Tuesday passed S. 1072, the Small Airplane Revitalization Act, by voice vote. The bill, a version of which has already passed the full U.S. House of Representatives, would require the FAA to implement the recommendations of the FAA’s Part 23 Reorganization Aviation Rulemaking Committee (ARC) by December 31, 2015.
German Government Assisting In Funding The Research
Pilot Safety has always been one of the major concerns of Flight Design when creating new aircraft, and the safety record of the company's aircraft shows that the two-place airplanes have already reached a very good occupant protection level. For the all-new C4, Flight Design says it will significantly advance this philosophy.
ANN would like to report to you from the tower at OSH but your “open government” said no. Two ANN journalists approached the OSH control tower seeking permission to see what EAA’s $448,000 was getting by going to the tower and observing to be able to report. To state the FAA was less than helpful or cooperative would be an understatement.