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September 23, 2017

Huerta Lauds NACC Teamwork In Face Of Adversity

Reaffirmed FAA's Commitment To Assist In Recovery Efforts

In his final speech before ICAO’s North American, Central American and Caribbean (NACC) Directors of Civil Aviation meeting, FAA Administrator Michael Huerta drove home the importance of working together in the face of natural disasters that have caused so much devastation in recent weeks.

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Virgin Atlantic Diverts London-To-Boston Flight To Manchester

Airline Said It Was Necessary To Deliver A Pilot To That Airport

Passengers aboard a Virgin Atlantic flight from Heathrow to Boston last Friday got an unexpected trip to Manchester, U.K. before heading across the Atlantic.

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J.F. Lehman & Company Completes Sale Of Doss Aviation

L3 Acquires The Flight Training Company With DOD Ties

J.F. Lehman & Company recently announced that its investment affiliate has sold its portfolio company, Doss Aviation  to L3 Technologies, Inc. Doss is a provider of flight training and airfield support services to the U.S. Department of Defense. The Company is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado and serves its defense customers at many locations worldwide. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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Bombardier's CRJ - Rumors Of Its Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated

New Report Shows Strength Of The Aircraft For Regional Carriers

A new report has been released by Markets and Reports addressing rumors that the Bombardier CRJ may be on its way out.

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Bell Helicopter Begins Delivery Of Nine Bell 505s To Chile

Aircraft Will Be Used For Corporate Transportation

Bell Helicopter has delivered two Bell 505 Jet Ranger Xs to Eagle Copters South America headquartered in Santiago. The aircraft will be used for corporate transportation.

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PAL-V Plans 'Flying Car' Circumnavigation

Company Executive Will Attempt The Flight

A PAL-V vice president plans to fly around the world in his personal "flying car", though no firm date has been set to begin the attempt.

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Trump Administration Officials Face Questions About Use Of Government Planes

Some Trips Being Reviewed

The use of government airplanes by two senior Trump administration officials has been called into question, with one falling under investigation by an Inspector General.

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AeroVironment Enhances Its Family Of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Announces M1/M2/M5 Compatible Digital Data Link (DDL) Products

AeroVironment  has delivered M1/M2/M5-compatible Raven and Puma AE unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) to two DoD customers, with more orders and deliveries scheduled. In addition, the company will begin taking orders in December 2017 for M1/M2/M5-configured Wasp AE micro air vehicles (MAV) for delivery in spring 2018.

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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (09.23.17)

“As my time as FAA Administrator is drawing to a close, let me say what a privilege it’s been to work with all of you over the years.” Source: FAA Administrator Michael Huerta, in his final speech to the ICAO North American, Central American and Caribbean (NACC) Directors of Civil Aviation meeting.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (09.23.17): Cockpit Display of Traffic Information (CDTI)

The display and user interface for information about air traffic within approximately 80 miles.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (09.23.17)

The Brodhead Pietenpol Association

The Brodhead Pietenpol Association is a Type Club for owners, pilots, builders, and aficionados of the Pietenpol Aircamper and Sky Scout. BPA was started in 1973 (then called the National Pietenpol Association) as a social and builder support group.

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