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FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said the agency Is immediately providing airlines with implementation guidance for the new rules, but due to differences among fleets and operations, the implementation will vary among airlines The agency expects many carriers will prove to the FAA that their planes allow passengers to safely use their devices in airplane mode, gate-to-gate, by the end of the year. University of Maryland students from Team Gamera have unofficially set a world record of 97 seconds for the duration of a human powered helicopter flight. Cyclist Justin Mauch, powered the helicopter during its record flight. Cessna recently concluded all high-speed certification flights with the FAA to validate the aircraft’s maximum operating speed of Mach 0.935, that’s 536 knots true airspeed, solidifying the Citation X’s position as the fastest civilian aircraft in the world. All this... and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!
Airborne 11.05.13 is chock full of info about the half-week period ending Tuesday, November 5th, 2013... 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 Glen Moyer, this episode covers:
FAA To Allow Airlines To Expand Use Of Personal Electronics
Gamera Team Sets Unofficial Record For Human-Powered Helicopter Flight
FAA Verifies Citation X Speed
All-Terrain 'Flying Car' Debuts
Falco 30 Years In The Making About To Fly
Rotax Extends Warranty Service Terms
New Tuned Exhaust System Introduced For Maule MX7
AVW: Nemesis NXT Gets Back In The Air After Engine Failure
Embraer To Expand Business Jet Operations In Melbourne, FL
Indianapolis Airshow Permanently Grounded
Airman Receives Distinguished Flying Cross With Valor
Redbird Migration Conference Videos Available On Aero-TV
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