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July 17, 2005

NBAA Welcomes New Landing-Fee Structure For Santa Monica

Plan Replaces Former SMO Fees Ruled 'Unjustly Discriminatory' By FAA

The NBAA gave its thumbs up this week to FAA approval of a new landing-fee structure for Santa Monica Municipal Airport (SMO). The new landing-fee plan - approved by Santa Monica City officials on June 21 and scheduled to become effective August 1 - replaces a previous program that was rejected by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) last January on the grounds that it unjustly discriminated against certain types of aircraft.

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Moving On: NBAA's David Almy

Search Is On For Replacement The NBAA says David W. Almy, senior vice president, marketing and communications, has informed the Association that he is resigning his post to pursue a new challenge. He will remain associated with NBAA for a period of time to assist in the transition.

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Aircraft Components Inks Big Deal With Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America

Will Become Exclusive Overhaul Agency

Aircraft Components Company, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, Aircraft Product Support Division, of Addison, Texas, have struck a deal whereby ACC will provide component overhaul services on certain Japanese manufactured aircraft products. The agreement follows the recent merger of ACC and Turbine Aircraft Components.

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