It's been a most interesting week for the Airborne crew as we assembled the top stories of the week for your perusal and enjoyment. Your feedback has been greatly appreciated and in listening to your critique, we're getting a far better idea as to how to tweak and fine-tune future Airborne programming to fit you needs. Already; we've implemented your suggestions for a tighter overall length, without reducing the story count, on this week's Airborne, and I assure you that we have even great things in store for you as Airborne evolves rapidly to serve the aviation world. So... be sure to keep filling us in what you want from ANN, Aero-TV and Airborne!
Airborne 12.16.11 is chock full of info about the week ending Friday, December 16th, 2011...
Presented by Aero-TV veteran videographer and Airborne Host Ashley Hale, and supported by ANN CEO/Editor-In-Chief Jim Campbell, Chief Videographer Nathan Cremisino, and Aero-Journalists Tom Patton and Paul Plack, this episode covers:
Boeing Certs the 747-8I
SWA 737 Order Biggest yet
SpaceX to Head For ISS
Lightsquared Still Doesn't Work/Play Well With Others
Piper Makes Some Job Changes
GE's H80 Gets Cert From EASA
NLRB Drops Boeing Complaint
EUETS Could Cost Billions
AEA's Paula Derks Guests On 'Barnstorming'
TSA Wants Their Stinkin' Badges
Tarmac delays Won't Go Away
Aviation Partners Gets Legal
Russian Aero-Safety Kinda Sucks
AVW Is Blown Away With RC Heli Acro
And Finally.... What Does One Do About Astro-Undies???
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