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March 31, 2017

EASA Approves Pilatus PC-12 NG For Commercial Operations In Europe

Can Operate Commercially At Night And Under IFR Conditions In All 32 EU Member States

Following a decision by EASA, the PC-12 NG is now approved for commercial operations in Europe. The PC-12 has been in successful commercial use for years in other parts of the world, be it for business, medical transport or cargo flights.

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FAA: Nearly 800,000 Drones Have Been Registered In 15 Months

Some 100,000 Of Those Have Been Added To The Database Since December

There are nearly 800,000 drones currently registered with the FAA, according to FAA administrator Michael Huerta, a number that has climbed by about 100,000 since December.

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Kentucky Proposes Legislation To Restrict Drones Near Airports

Would Allow The Creation Of 'Unmanned Aircraft Facility' Maps That Could Limit Drone Use

The Kentucky legislature is considering legislation that would allow the creation of "unmanned aircraft facility maps" at any airport that is authorized under Part 139 of the FARs.

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Need For Speed Propels Global 7000 Aircraft To Mach 0.995 In Early Flight Tests

The Global 7000 Aircraft Is The Largest Business Jet To Operate So Close To The Sound Barrier

Bombardier Business Aircraft has confirmed that its Global 7000 aircraft flight test program continues to progress well, with two Global 7000 flight test vehicles currently flying. Both flight test vehicles have been demonstrating excellent reliability accumulating flight hours at a steady pace, as the aircraft prepares to enter into service in the second half of 2018.

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