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January 14, 2011

ANN Daily Aero-Briefing: 01.14.11

Modification work begins on Discovery's external tank.
NASA tells Congress there's not enough time or money for heavy-lift.
And Southwest has begun using RNP at 11 airports.

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ANN Daily Touch-And-Go: 01.14.11

Modification work begins on Discovery's external tank.
NASA tells Congress there's not enough time or money for heavy-lift.
And Southwest has begun using RNP at 11 airports.


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EASA Issues Design Organization Approval To Flight Design

Company Can Complete Type Certification For The CTLS-ELA

Flight Design GmbH, builder of the CT-series of Light-Sport Aircraft, has earned Design Organization Approval (DOA) from the EASA.

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Popular Night Airshow Returns To AirVenture

Aerobatics Accompanied By Pyrotechnics, Fireworks Highlight Event's Final Evening

Fresh off last year's extremely popular debut, the Night Air Show and Fireworks with the "Wall of Fire" return on Saturday, July 30, to light up the sky on the final evening at EAA AirVenture 2011.

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ANN's Heroes 'n Heartbreakers 2010: The 'New Guy' At EAA -- Rod Hightower

Aero-Hero: The 'New Guy' At EAA -- Rod Hightower After all the turmoil of Oshkosh 2009 and the failed attempt to place Pete Bunce as the new President of EAA, 2010's announcement of Rod Hightower has turned out to be a relief. While most of us expected a 'Pober-Clone'" to be appointed to succeed Tom, we've have to admit to being pleasantly surprised, SO FAR, at the way that Rod Hightower has managed to assure us that he's his own man... and that his commitment to sport aviation is a powerful one, indeed.

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