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February 03, 2011

Snowstorm Collapses Hangar, Several Aircraft Damaged

Six Planes And A Helicopter Were Inside When The Roof Succumbed To The Snow

Six airplanes and a helicopter were inside a Swift Aviation hanger at Norwood Airport (KOWD) in Norwood, MA, when the roof gave away Wednesday morning under the weight of several inches of snow, followed by heavy rain. Officials say that two of the aircraft were probably total losses.

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Wireless 4G Broadcaster May Interfere With GPS Signals

FCC Grants Licence For 40,000 Watt Transmitters On Adjacent Frequencies

The FCC has granted a license to a company called LightSquared, which plans to offer 4G wireless broadband services nationwide. But studies show the service may severely interfere with GPS navigation, according to one GPS industry source.

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John Nance to Speak at AEA International Convention

ABC World News Aviation Analyst To Keynote Awards Luncheon

John Nance, best known to television viewers as the aviation analyst for ABC World News and aviation editor for Good Morning America, will speak at the Aircraft Electronics Association Annual Awards Luncheon during the 54th annual AEA International Convention & Trade Show.

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California Olive Grower Expands Lawsuits

Balloon Customers Subpoenaed By JCM Farming

The lawsuit brought by a California olive grower in the Palm Springs area is getting a bit more absurd by the day. Now, JCM Farming has added a real estate company as defendants, and subpoenaed a couple who were passengers in a balloon operated by Magical Adventure Balloon Rides.

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