Informational Event For Those Planning A Trip Down Island
Pilots in northeast Florida who may be planning a trip to the
Bahamas can get some good information Saturday at the Northeast
Florida Regional Airport, which is hosting
“Destination...Bahamas” on June 4, 2011 from 10000
– 1400 EDT.
Pinnacle Airlines Corp. said Thursday that Vice President and
CFO Peter D. Hunt is leaving the company to become Senior Vice
President and Chief Financial Officer of Virgin America Airlines in
San Francisco. His last day at Pinnacle will be June 15.
Aircraft Can Now Be Registered In That East European
the Ukraine State Aviation Administration has issues a type
certificate Validation (TCV) to Gulfstream for its G150 aircraft
from . The move allows operators to register the business jet in
the Eastern European country.
The FAA announced in April that it is superseding an existing
emergency airworthiness directive (EAD) for the Bell Helicopter
Textron, Inc. (Bell) Model 212 helicopters with a certain main
rotor hub inboard strap fitting (fitting) installed. The period for
public comment on the AD is about to close.
Bombardier said Tuesday that it expects to achieve predictable
repeatability and enhanced quality while preventing ergonomic
issues on the production line for the CSeries aircraft by using six
12-ton robots in the assembly of the cockpit and fuselage of the
Juneyao Airlines Keeps Growing With Airbus’ Single-Aisle
Less than two years after Airbus delivered the first A320 Family
aircraft assembled by the Final Assembly Line in China (FALC), the
aircraft manufacturer celebrated the hand-over of its 50th aircraft
assembled by FALC at the Airbus (Tianjin) Delivery Center to
Chinese customer, Juneyao Airlines.
Flight Will Be First To Return Asteroid Samples To Earth
Starting later this year, KinetX will begin participating in the
development of the OSIRIS-REx mission and navigation systems that
will be implemented and tested by the 2016 launch. After launch,
KinetX personnel will perform mission design and navigation
Company Honors 100th Anniversary Of Clyde V. Cessna's Pursuit
It was a century ago that Clyde V. Cessna learned to fly, and
built his first airplane. "It's a source of pride for all Cessnans
to know we are carrying the torch for a company started by a man
with such a pioneering and tenacious spirit," said Dave Brant,
senior vice president, Product Engineering.
In the early hours of the first day of June, 2011 the Space
Shuttle Endeavour landed and rolled to a stop at the Shuttle
Landing Facility at the Kennedy Space Center. Its mission was a
complete and total success which her crew and the entire NASA
Shuttle and ISS team executed flawlessly.
Board Orders On-Site Investigation Based On Charges Of
The National Mediation Board has agreed with the Association of
Flight Attendants-CWA, AFL-CIO (AFA) that substantive evidence
exists that Delta Air Lines interfered with a representation
election of Delta Flight Attendants last year. AFA had filed
charges of interference on behalf of Delta Flight Attendants.
Evolution Authorized For European-Registered Beech Bonanzas
Pilatus PC-6 Aircraft
Aspen Avionics announced the approval of two additional EASA
STCs for the Evolution Primary Flight Display (PFD) system Tuesday,
one for the Beechcraft Bonanza 33, 35, and 36 series aircraft
and one for the Pilatus PC-6.
Urges Improved And More Timely Data Gathering,
The ATA has commended the U.S. DOT and Transportation Secretary
Ray LaHood for withdrawing a proposed rule on airline data
collection that would have added additional costs and complexity to
airlines while providing little value for the government or
House Version Of Defense Authorization Bill Continues Funding
For Alternate Engine Under Certain Conditions
The Council for Citizens Against Government Waste (CCAGW)
expressed its support Wednesday for President Obama’s threat
to veto the fiscal year (FY) 2012 National Defense Authorization
Act (NDAA) over language that would keep the door open for future
funding of the F136 alternate engine program.