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March 27, 2017

Pilatus: PC-12 NG Is The Best-Selling Turboprop Business Aircraft In 2016

Company Delivered 91 Of The Aircraft Worldwide Last Year

With 91 aircraft delivered to customers around the world in 2016, the PC-12 NG outpaced sales of all other individual models of turbine-powered business aircraft, according to the company. In mid-2017, Pilatus will deliver the 1,500th PC-12.

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Missouri Governor Plans To Sell One Of Two Airplanes

State House Of Representatives Considering Sale Of 1999 Beech King Air C90

Missouri Governor Eric Greitens (R) is planning to divest the state of one of its two fixed-wing aircraft. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the proposed sale of the 1999 Beechcraft King Air C90 is contained in the current budget proposal under consideration in the State House of Representatives.

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Teamsters Warn Of Low Pay For Mechanics

Also Raises Issue Of Subcontracting Of Critical Maintenance Work

The Teamsters Airline Division and Teamsters Local 284 are concerned that NetJets management is ignoring a growing shortage of qualified aircraft mechanics to the detriment of customers, workers and the business itself. 

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Drone Pilot Licenses Are The Advantage For Visage

Film Production Company Requires FAA Certification For Its Operators

Drones are breathing new life and possibilities into the film business. Among the many new developments, film production and its costs are more contained because of the technology. Visage Production, Inc. and the CEO, Annette D. Colbert-Latham, are using this advantage to strategically partner with federal and state agencies as well as major corporations.

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West Virginia Senate Passes Drone Legislation

Requires Law Enforcement To Obtain A Warrant In Most Cases

The West Virginia Senate has passed and sent on the House of Delegates legislation that will regulate how drones can be used in the state.

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Report: What First Responders Need To Know About UAVs

ASDReports Releases Buyers' Guide For That Segment Of The Industry

To date, civilian First Responders fly weak and ineffectual UAVs exactly like the hobbyists who fly the same hardware. That’s helpful in a limited way but is a dead end for serious capabilities such as autonomous operations, over-the-horizon control and useful endurance.

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