NOTAM Number: FDC 5/8306
Location: FORT WORTH ALLIANCE AIRPORT FT WORTH DUE TO THE ALLI,
Beginning Date: Effective Immediately
Ending Date: Until further notice
Reason for NOTAM: Air show
Replaced NOTAM(s): N/A
FAA Contact (Pilots):
Issued: 09/13/2005 14:00
Effective: 09/13/2005 17:30 - 09/14/2005 23:59
Facility: ZNY - NEW YORK (ARTCC),NY.
Description: SPECIAL NOTICE, INGRESS/EGRESS PROCEDURES FOR
MORRISTOWN AIRPORT (MMU), NEW JERSEY. EFFECTIVE FROM 0509131730 UTC
There appears to have been a fairly dramatic change in the
leadership of New Piper Aircraft. Former President and CEO
Chuck Suma has been relegated to a Vice Chairman position while
former Suntron Corp. CEO James K Bass takes over those
NBAA has announced the release of the NBAA National Airspace
System Status Briefing (NASSB), a user-friendly, web-based product
that provides valuable, real-time information for anyone involved
in flight operations.
Today’s science fiction is tomorrow’s science fact.
DragonCon, billed as “America's largest, multi-media, popular
arts convention—focusing on science fiction and fantasy,
gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film” is a
mixture of today and tomorrow.
While the exact cause(s) of last month's fatal downing of a
Mitsubishi MU-2 on an ILS approach to Denver's Centennial Airport
are not yet known, one aspect is hard to ignore: the plane was
flying way too low.
From the moment the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association
chose to strike against Northwest Airlines, technicians walking the
picket line have quietly -- but openly -- questioned whether the
replacement mechanics brought in to take their place would be able
to handle the responsibility...
Malaysia Airlines and its parent company, Penerbangan Malaysia
Berhad (PMB), have been advised that the delivery of the six Airbus
A380 aircraft will be delayed by an average of six months, similar
to the revised deliveries for all launch customer airlines of the
Part Two Of An Aero-News Interview With Eclipse CEO Vern
By Kevin R.C. "Hognose" O'Brien
Read Part One
In the first part of our groundbreaking interview with
Eclipse Aviation founder and CEO Vern Raburn, we dug up his flying
roots, and talked about what he's flying these days (a nice Aero
Commander turboprop) and what he'd rather be flying (his AT-6, due
to make a reappearance in the coming third part of the interview).
In this segment, we get some reminiscences about early Silicon
Valley days -- which leads into how he sees early errors by Apple
Computer repeated in the aircraft industry
Says New Technology Provides Platform for Growth and Additional
Aerosonic Corporation says it's received Technical Standard
Order (TSO) approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
for their new digital altimeter. This altimeter was selected by
Cessna Aircraft Company as standard equipment on their new Citation