Sources: One Accused Of Illegally Selling Tickets To
Russian law officers have arrested two people they believe were
involved in the bombing of two Tupelov jetliners last month. The
Russian Itar-Tass news agency identified one of the men as
Krasnodar resident Armen Arutyunov, who is thought to be an airline
Piper's Mark Miller tells ANN that, "New Piper Aircraft is
working quickly and diligently to repair damage caused by Hurricane
Frances and expects to resume delivery of aircraft by the beginning
of next week (the week of September 13) and parts shipments by the
end of that week."
Brian Feeney and his volunteer team has been working nonstop to
ready their Wild Fire Mk VI X-Prize contender for a scheduled
October 2 launch attempt, but they still have several key hardware
and administrative issues that need to be completed. On the
administrative side, insurance to cover launch liability has yet to
be secured and the Canadian Government has not granted permission
for the launch from Kindersley, Saskatchewan.
Landmark Building Damaged by Hurricane Frances: "Could be
by Kevin 'Hognose' O'Brien
A NASA landmark is battered but still standing after Hurricane
Frances threw her blustery best at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) on
Cape Canaveral, the launch pad of the US manned spaceflight program
and many other American space ventures.
Two C-130 crews from the 38th Airlift Squadron at Ramstein Air
Base, Germany, flew medical and humanitarian supplies into
Vladikavkaz, Russia, Monday -- a humanitarian gesture to the
victims of the Beslan school shootings.
Damage to hangars and aircraft at Florida's St. Lucie
International Airport could reach $40 million in the wake of
Hurricane Frances. Palm Beach County officials called the damage
"catastrophic," saying private tenants suffered the most.
Ohio Man Gets Dog Tags, Details On Brother's WWII Crash
For 60 years, this is what Steve Oleksyk knew about his brother:
John was a first lieutenant in the Army Air Corps. He was killed in
a training accident gone wrong. His body arrived home to Parma (OH)
in a sealed coffin.
NASA's Genesis spacecraft crossed the orbit of the Moon early
Monday, on its way to the mission's dramatic finale over the skies
of west-central Utah Wednesday. Genesis, bringing back samples of
the solar wind, is NASA's first sample return mission since Apollo
17 returned the last of America's lunar samples to Earth in
TSA Partners with Funeral Homes to Securely Transport Cremated
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) says it's
formed a partnership with the nation’s funeral homes to
ensure that cremated remains are safely and securely transported
through airport security checkpoints.
Highlights Of EAA Airventure 2004 Air Sept. 23 On Discovery
The sights, sounds and personalities of the world's greatest
aviation gathering, the Experimental Aircraft Association's annual
EAA AirVenture fly-in, speeds into the homes of television viewers
during an hour-long special on the Discovery Wings Channel that
premieres Thursday, Sept. 23, at 2000 (Eastern Time).
Cessna Aircraft Company has released Class A Terrain Awareness
and Warning System (TAWS) Service Bulletins for a broad spectrum of
the Citation fleet (525 Citation CJ Mark V and Mark VIII; 550
Citation Bravo Mark VII and VIII; 560 Citation Ultra Mark VIII; 550
Citation II Mark VIII; and 650 Citation VII). Service Bulletins for
Sandel Class A and Class B solutions will be available in
"Clearly our preparations were based on the plan to evacuate any
plane that could fly. With the storm being downgraded, I expected a
lot less damage than we had. I'm very shocked at the amount of
damage we sustained."
Source: Paul Phillips, manager of St. Lucie
International Airport, in an interview with the Palm Beach Post.
Phillips described the damage to his airport caused by Hurricane
Frances as "catastrophic" and estimates it could cost up to $40
million to repair or replace.
Efforts Pay Big Dividends For Supporters In Elections
Anti-airport publicity didn't win over voters in Martin County
(FL). On August 31, voters rejected all three of the county
commission candidates running on a platform of downsizing Stuart's
Year 1966, 1950TTA&E, Maroon/cream, Auto stc, intercom,
valcom, transponder, Cleveland wheels/brakes, July annual-Comps
75,75,75,77, July pitot/static/transponder check, more.
Exterior Quality: 7, Interior Quality: 7
Used, will sell for $21,000.00
Issued: 09/04/2004 00:10
Effective: 09/04/2004 14:00 - 09/13/2004 03:59
Facility: ZNY - NEW YORK (ARTCC),NY.
Description: ARTHUR ASHE STADIUM, NATIONAL TENNIS
AD NUMBER: 2004-18-05
SUBJECT: Airworthiness Directive 2004-18-05
SUMMARY: The FAA is adopting a new airworthiness
directive (AD) for certain Bombardier Model DHC-8-311 airplanes.
This AD requires reviewing the airplane maintenance records to
determine if you did the most recent bonding integrity inspection
according to a certain revision of the maintenance Program Support
Manual (PSM), and doing related investigative and corrective
actions if necessary.