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July 21, 2011

Swiss Pilot Tries To Kill Mother With 'Kamikaze' Attack

Flew Rented Aircraft Into Her Bedroom Window. She Survives

Swiss authorities say Konrad Schmidt attempted to kill his mother on Sunday by flying a twin-engine plane into her first-floor bedroom window. Rosemary Schmidt reportedly survived the attack.

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LaHood, Babbitt Urge Swift Action On FAA Bill

Favors Senate Version Of The Legislation

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt called on Congress Wednesday to pass a clean extension of the FAA’s authorization in order to avoid airport project construction delays and employee furloughs.

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FAA Shutdown Possible Over Union Squabble, Essential Air Service

Agency Operating Authority Expires Friday

An ongoing argument between House and Senate leaders over union organizing rules at FedEx Express and Essential Air Services could lead to a shutdown of the FAA if the most recent continuing resolution funding the agency is allowed to expire on Friday.

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South Korea Introduces 'Indigenous' GA Airplane

'Naraon' A Four-Place Airplane Marketed For Training, Personal Use

The first indigenous GA airplane to be developed and built in South Korea has been introduced in a ceremony held by Korea Aerospace Industries in Sacheon, about 270 miles southeast of Seoul.

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AIA Strongly Urges FAA Reauthorization

Blakey: 'Congress Needs To Act Quickly'

The Aerospace Industries Association strongly urges Congress to pass a FAA reauthorization extension to avoid serious disruptions to the agency.

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