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April 12, 2016

Patty Wagstaff To Speak April 25 At Lewis University

Lecture Is Open To The Public

Airshow pilot Patty Wagstaff will talk about her career as an aerobatic pilot 4-6 p.m. Monday, April 25 in the Brother Neil Kieffe Aviation Building on the Lewis University Romeoville Campus. The event is free and open to the public.

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Fifteen Startups To Compete At AUVSI Xponential 2016

Unmanned Systems Entrepreneurs And Innovators Pitch Ideas For A Chance To Win $15,000 And More

Fifteen entrepreneurs and innovators in unmanned systems and robotics have been selected as semi-finalists in AUVSI’s Startup Showdown at XPONENTIAL 2016, the industry’s largest trade show, taking place at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans from May 2 to 5.

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Jet Pack International VP Injured In Flight Test Accident

Reports Indicate He Fell About 20 Feet With The Device Running

An executive with Jet Pack International was injured Friday during a test flight accident in Denver, CO.

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Senate Adds Bipartisan Airport Security Enhancements To FAA Legislation

Provisions Responding To ISIS Threat Strengthens Passenger-Friendly Bill

The U.S. Senate is set to resume debate this week on its version of the FAA reauthorization bill to provide long-term funding for the agency.

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FAA Issues Final Rule On Use Of Sims For Instrument Training

Allows More Simulator Time In Obtaining An Instrument Rating

The FAA has released a final rule that will allow instrument pilot candidates to make more use of simulators in obtaining their rating.

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FAA Deputy Administrator Talks Safety At Sun 'n Fun

Participated In The 'Meet The FAA' Session Held Friday At The Show

FAA Deputy Administrator Mike Whitaker visited the Sun ‘n Fun International Fly In and Expo in Lakeland, FL as part of the agency’s ongoing partnership with the general aviation community to improve safety. Whitaker announced the FAA’s Got Data? initiative to give the private sector better access the FAA’s aeronautical data.

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Carter Aviation Announces Record Breaking CarterCopter

Seeks Backing To Begin Production Of Aircraft In A Variety Of Size Classes, Company Says

Carter Aviation Technologies says it has developed a configuration for its aircraft that can break the rotorcraft world records for speed, range, and altitude – records that have been unbroken in some cases for half a century.

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