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April 16, 2005

Royal Army Pilot Banned From Flying -- For Life

Was "Probably Under The Influence Of Alcohol" At Time Of 2002 Mishap

A British military investigation into the crash of a Gazelle helicopter off the shores of Northern Ireland three years was probably drinking-related.

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Savannah Tower Evacuated

The Elevator Wouldn't Go All The Way To The Top

The tower at Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport was evacuated Friday night after electrical problems stranded two controllers in the elevator.

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On-Orbit Anomaly Ends DART Mission Early

The Demonstration of Autonomous Rendezvous Technology (DART) spacecraft that was successfully launched Friday at 10:25 a.m. PDT from Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., experienced an on orbit anomaly late Friday.

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FAA Investigates Radar Outage At O'Hare

Dozens Of Outbound Flights Delayed

The FAA Saturday was investigating a critical radar outage that left dozens of flight departing from O'Hare groundbound for short periods of time. Inbound flights were ordered to hold and spacing between arrivals was increased for safety.

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Johnson Space Center Appoints Nine New Flight Directors

NASA has named nine new flight directors who will join a unique group of individuals that lead human space flights from Mission Control, Houston.

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Parade of Light Sport Aircraft Continues

Flight Design's CT

Flight Design CTs are conventional three-axis controlled aircraft with a molded fuselage, standard tail and tricycle landing gear.

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NATA Weighs In On Leasing Issues In San Diego

The actions by the City of San Diego to refuse the renewal of Gibbs Flying Service’s airport lease at Montgomery Field has prompted the National Transportation Association (NATA) to write to the San Diego City Council.

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Last Chance To Win A Trip Into Zero-Gravity With MIT!

Entries Only $10, From !

If you’ve ever wanted to experience the thrill of floating in weightlessness or the freedom of bounding and back-flipping in reduced (or Zero) gravity, now is your chance!

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Mooney Execs Set Speed Records En Route to Lakeland

Mooney Airplane Company tells ANN that Joe Kortsch, the Mooney Airplane Company's Manager of Assembly, flew Mooney's Bravo in world record time from Kerrville, Texas to Lakeland, Florida.

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Standing On Its Own... ATG’s Javelin

Aviation Technology Group, Inc. is pleased to offer a glimpse into another milestone for the Javelin demonstrator prototype. Currently in final assembly, the aircraft was lowered down off the assembly jacks and onto its own landing gear, Friday.

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Seawind... Back on Track?

Funding for the Seawind has been a little iffy over the past year or so according to Richard Silva, company spokesperson, during a lightly attended press conference at Lakeland.

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Innodyn Moving To Production

Turbines Spinning Up

Want to confuse the heck out of the line boys? Imagine the look on their faces when they see you pulling up in an RV-8, but they hear the whine of turbine power.

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Gulfstream 'Significantly' Enhances Sales Support For Its Parts Customers

Gulfstream Parts Sales Representation Increases Six-Fold With API Agreement

Gulfstream Aerospace has entered an agreement with Aerospace Products International (API) that will effectively increase Gulfstream's worldwide sales representation sixfold.

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Its Not An iPod from Apple, But An ePod From IndUS Aviation

IndUS Aviation, the makers of the T211 THORPEDO and the T 11 and Sky Skooter, just released the ePod, a simpler approach to engine monitoring and management that offers a simple, visual interface.

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Bonanza Warbird's An Ugly Duckling: QU-22

Unique Beech Conducted Airborne Relay Mission During Vietnam War

OK, imagine this. You're a young tiger right out of Air Force pilot training, it's 1967, and the country's at war. You make your three selections on your Dream Sheet.

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NASA Imaging Team Develops 'Eye In Sky' For Shuttle Chase Planes

When the Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-114) returns to flight next month, it will have a special escort, but the pair of NASA WB-57 chase jets won't just be along for the ride.

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ANN Free Classifieds Featured Ad: Mooney M20K

For Sale: Mooney M20K 231

1980 M20K (231) TTAF 2350, TCMOH 625, TTSPOH 625, NHD, Continental TSIO-360-LB 401-846-4700, 401-261-7513 (cell) or Exterior Quality: 9, Interior Quality: 6 New, will sell for $139,900 (or best offer)

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