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Sat, Mar 06, 2021

Massive: 100 Diamond Aircraft Ordered By Blue Line Aviation

Includes DA40 NG’s, DA42-VI’s And A Diamond Simulator

Diamond Aircraft Industries Inc. and Blue Line Aviation recently inked a firm order for 50 Diamond Aircraft, including single engine DA40 NG’s, twin engine DA42-VI’s and a Diamond Simulator, with an option for up to 50 additional aircraft. The order comes less than a year after Blue Line Aviation’s 8 year anniversary, which was celebrated with the delivery of a brand new DA 40 NG from Diamond Aircraft Industries Inc. Blue Line has increased its fleet of modern aircraft to 16 aircraft, including ten DA40 NGs and two DA42-VIs. The company was founded in 2012 with one goal in mind: to provide the highest quality flight instruction in a professional environment.

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Sat, Mar 06, 2021

NTSB Prelim: Cessna 185

About 2 Minutes Before The Accident, The Airplane Began A Gradual Right Turn To The South And Began A Descent

On February 4, 2021, about 1051 Alaska standard time, a Cessna A185E, N9725Z, sustained substantial damage when it was involved in an accident about 14 miles northeast of Chitina, Alaska. The commercial pilot and the passenger were fatally injured. The airplane was operated as a Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 135 scheduled passenger flight. According to the director of operations of Copper Valley Air Service, the flight was a twice weekly scheduled flight with a planned route from Gulkana (PAGK) to McCarthy (PAMX) to Dan Creek, returning to PAGK. The flight departed PAGK at about 1021 destined for PAMX.

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Thu, Mar 04, 2021

Master Instructor Program Finds A New Home Base

The Highly-Respected Organization Is Now Officially Part Of SAFE

The original and highly regarded Master Instructor program, which arguably set the standard of excellence in aviation education when first introduced in 1997, has settled comfortably in the SAFE nest as the Master Instructor Continuing Education Program (MICEP) for all aviation educators. The original Master Instructor Program, written and introduced by professional educators Sandy and JoAnn Hill of Colorado, celebrates its 24th year representing what then-FAA Administrator Marion Blakey called "the best the right seat has to offer" in aviation.

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Thu, Mar 04, 2021

USHST Report Touts Automatic Flight Control Systems in Light Helicopters

'Most Part 27 Aircraft Are Not Equipped With Even The Most Basic Stabilization Systems'

As a result of its comprehensive analysis of fatal helicopter accidents, the U.S. Helicopter Safety Team determined that loss of control while inflight has been a leading factor in accident causes, especially involving light helicopters. Current light helicopters have flight characteristics that are challenging and demanding of pilot workload. In response, the USHST is moving forward with some first steps to increase safety by encouraging the development and installation of stability augmentation systems and autopilot devices that increase the flight stability of light helicopters.

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Thu, Mar 04, 2021

Hodges University to Award Credit for Pilot Licenses and Ratings

Hodges University And First Landings Aviation Offer Rolling Enrollment

First Landings Aviation and Pilots, Inc. ("FLAP") flight training students are now able to receive university credits towards a Bachelor of Science Degree at Hodges University for FAA licenses and ratings earned. Students accepted by Hodges University may be awarded up to 30 credit hours, and will be eligible for scholarships, grants and student loans. "We are incredibly excited about working with Hodges University - we can now offer our students - those in the local High Schools as well as those local and international adult students - the opportunity to obtain both a Batchelor of Science Degree as well as a Commercial Pilots license," said Captain Adam Valencic, Chief Instructor at First Landings Aviation.

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