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November 08, 2023

Airborne 11.08.23: CubCrafters Gets IR, AEA 3Q Report, Angel Flt West 100K

 Also: Rare Boeing P-26, Solo Round-the-World Flight, Delaware State Police Bell 429s, LuxAero Designs

CubCrafters is releasing a new thermal infrared imaging system option for G3X equipped aircraft that dramatically improves flight crew situational awareness during both air and ground operations in reduced visibility or low light situations. Developed in collaboration with Hood Tech Aero, the new camera system is fully integrated with its G3X Avionics. The Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) has released its third-quarter 2023 Avionics Market Report. In the first nine-months of the year, total worldwide business and general aviation avionics sales amounted to $2,415,800,131.52, or more than $2.4-billion as reported by the particip

Dassault to Open MRO at Sao Paulo’s JHF Airport

JHF Facility to Replace Extant Sorocaba (SOD) MRO

Dassault Aviation will open a new company owned service center at Sao Paulo’s recently opened Catarina International Executive Airport. The center will replace Dassault’s current facility at Sorocaba. Set to open in early 2024, the Catarina facility will offer nearly forty-thousand-square-feet of floor and office space and accommodate up to five Falcon aircraft at a time. It will be large enough for the new ultra-long range Falcon 10X, currently in development.

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NTSB Prelim: Air Tractor Inc AT-502B

Airplane Entered A Climbing Right Bank Turn, Collided With A Power Transmission Wire, And Descended Into Tree

On October 24, 2023, about 0915 central daylight time, a Air Tractor AT-502B airplane, N5180W, was substantially damaged when it was involved in an accident near Vidalia, Louisiana. The pilot was fatally injured. The airplane was operated as a Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 137 agricultural flight. According to information collected by the Concordia County Sheriff’s Office, eyewitnesses observed the airplane apply seed to a nearby field and then flew to the east. The airplane entered a climbing right bank turn, collided with a power transmission wire, and descended into trees.

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