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September 16, 2018

ICAO Air Cargo Event Underscores Multiple Industry Needs

Those Include Modernization, Liberalization, And New Efficiencies

Air freight volumes will grow at a healthy rate of 4.2 per cent annually through to 2032, but only if current air cargo modernization continues to be robustly and cooperatively pursued by governments and industry.

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The Canadian Space Agency Announces Its First Science Advisor

Dr. Sarah Gallagher To Champion Canadian Space Science

The Government of Canada is committed to strengthening science in its decision-making, supporting the vital work done by Canadian researchers and ensuring that government science is fully available to the public.

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Aeroflot And UAC Sign Agreement For 100 Russian-Built Superjet 100s

Deliveries To Take Place From 2019 Through 2026

Aeroflot and United Aircraft Corporation have signed an agreement for the delivery to Aeroflot, the national carrier, of 100 Superjet 100 (SSJ100) aircraft. The document was signed by Aeroflot CEO Vitaly Saveliev and President of PJSC United Aircraft Corporation Yury Slyusar during the Eastern Economic Forum in the presence of President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.

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Drones Aids International Research Into Ocean Fronts

FlightWave Edge Deployed In Cutting Edge Study Aboard the Schmidt Ocean Institute’s R/V Falkor

The FlightWave Edge UAS was part of a high-tech flotilla of underwater vehicles (AUVs), autonomous surface vessels (ASVs), and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) used on the research ship R/V Falkor in its study of an area of the Pacific Ocean approximately 1,000 miles west of Southern California in an area called the Subtropical Front.

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UAS To Provide Navy An Opportunity To Enhance Fleet Readiness

Will Use Drones To Create 3D Models Of Naval Ships

Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division (NSWC PHD) is collaborating with industry partner Aerial Alchemy to research and investigate the use of unmanned aerial systems to enhance maintenance and fleet readiness for the U.S. Navy.

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NASA Considers Selling Naming Rights On Rockets And Spacecraft

Administrator Jim Bridenstine Reportedly Has The Agency Looking Into The Idea

NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine is reportedly considering allowing companies to buy naming rights to rockets and other spacecraft in an effort to boost the agency's brand.

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National Flag Carrier Of Luxembourg Chooses FL Technics

Company To Provide MRO Services For Their Boeing 737NG Fleet

FL Technics, an integrated aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul services provider, has recently signed long-term contract with Luxair S.A., Société Luxembourgeoise de Navigation Aérienne, the regional flag carrier airline of Luxembourg for MRO services. The MRO services will be provided to their entire Boeing 737 NG fleet. The first aircraft will be handled in the beginning of November, 2018 in Kaunas (Lithuania), and shortly will be followed by yet two more.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (09.16.18)

Aero Linx: The Oregon Pilots Association The Oregon Pilots Association was founded in 1938. OPA has grown to over 2,200 members with local chapters throughout the state. OPA membership is open to anyone interested in general aviation. Many non-pilots and past pilots belong to OPA and share major objectives including the encouragement of safe flying practices by pilots and promoting aviation with the general public. Local OPA chapters provide flight scholarships, educational forums for aviation enthusiasts as well as to serve as a resource to local communities seeking the benefits of local aviation facilities. The Oregon Pilots Association is a tax-exempt 501(c)(7) organization. Donations to the OPA a

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (09.16.18): ILS PRM Approach

ILS PRM Approach An instrument landing system (ILS) approach conducted to parallel runways whose extended centerlines are separated by less than 4,300 feet and at least 3,000 feet where closely spaced independent approaches are permitted. Also used in conjunction with an LDA PRM, or RNAV (GPS) PRM approach to conduct Simultaneous Offset Instrument Approach (SOIA) operations. No Transgression Zone (NTZ) monitoring is required to conduct these approaches. When the runway spacing is less than 3,600 feet, the NTZ must be monitored by a Precision Runway Monitor (PRM) or other high update rate surveillance system.

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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (09.16.18)

"Is it possible for NASA to offset some of its costs by selling the naming rights to its spacecraft, or the naming rights to its rockets. I'm telling you there is interest in that right now. The question is: Is it possible? The answer is: I don't know, but we want somebody to give us advice on whether it is." Source: NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine, who is reportedly considering allowing companies to buy naming rights to rockets and other spacecraft in an effort to boost the agency's brand.

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AD NUMBER: 2018-17-24

PRODUCT: Certain Airbus SAS Model A350-941 airplanes.

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