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April 13, 2015

American Heroes Air Show Kicks Off 2015 At Camp Mabry, TX

American Heroes Air Show To Displays The Unique Capabilities Of Rotary-Wing Technology

Since its meager beginnings at the Santa Monica Airport in 1993, the American Heroes Air Show has grown into a premier, admission-free, helicopter-only aviation experience that is now produced by volunteers with a passion for public service and aviation at sites from coast to coast.

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Piper, Piper Deutschland To Display Aircraft At AERO Friedrichshafen

Single- And Twin-Engine Piston Aircraft Will Join Meridian Turboprop

Piper Aircraft Inc. and Piper Generalvertretung Deutschland are collaborating to display aircraft at the upcoming AERO Friedrichshafen 2015, to be held April 15-19. On display will be a single-engine Piper Meridian turboprop, a twin-engine Piper Seneca V, and a Piper Archer DX.

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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Worldwide To Offer A & P Prep Course

Embry-Riddle Offers Preparation For The A & P Test Through Online Training Starting In July

Students looking for some additional instruction before sitting for the airframe and powerplant (A & P) written exam can now take a prep course in the comfort of their own home through Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide.

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DJI Updates Phantom Drone Platforms

New Phantom 3 Professional And Phantom 3 Advanced Drones Open Top Tier Aerial Imaging to Everyone

These are integrated professional-quality aerial cameras are available to any level of pilot. The App features self-editing function for sharing professionally edited aerial videos instantly. It also integrates with YouTube Live to stream aerial footage in near real time.

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OSU Uses Unmanned Aircraft To Take Temperatures Up In The Air

Oregon State University Uses A UAV To Attain Precise Atmospheric Measurements Previously Not Available

For the first time, scientists at Oregon State University are measuring atmospheric temperatures with fiber optic thermometers suspended from unmanned aircraft, combining two emerging technologies to probe a poorly understood swath of Earth’s atmosphere.

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The 100th Pilatus PC12 Converted To The 5 Bladed MT-Propeller System

It’s Been 5 Years Since The Introduction Of The 5-Bladed Propeller System For The Pilatus PC12

MT says customers are impressed by the improved performance in takeoff (15% shorter), climb (10% faster) and cruise (up to 4kts faster) plus the cabin comfort with a jet-like vibration level and reduced cabin noise.

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Lewis University Offers ‘Sky’s the Limit’ Program

‘Sky’s the Limit’ Is An Aviation Camp For Female High School Students Promoted By The WAI

Lewis University and Chicago’s Leading Edge, a chapter of Women in Aviation International, are hosting the fourth annual “Sky’s the Limit” aviation career camp for female high school students from 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. May 2.

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