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January 19, 2019

The FAA UAS Symposium 2019 Is Being Postponed

Partial Government Shutdown Gets The Blame

The FAA UAS Symposium 2019 scheduled to take place in February is being postponed due to the government shutdown, according to a media advisory released by AUVSI. The new conference dates will be announced after furloughed FAA employees return to work.

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Civic, Aviation Leaders Showcase Viability Of Alternative Jet Fuels In Live Demo

Van Nuys Airport Established As The First General Aviation Airport In The U.S. To Offer SAJF On A Trial Basis

A coalition of international business aviation organizations joined Los Angeles-area civic leaders Thursday to mark a milestone in the development and adoption of sustainable alternative jet fuels (SAJF) through Business Jets Fuel Green: A Step Toward Sustainability.

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NetJets, NJASAP Reach Industry-Leading Agreement

Collaborative Agreement Increases Pilot Compensation, Quality Of Life While Positioning Brand For Continued Growth

Private aviation company NetJets has reached an agreement with its pilot union, the NetJets Association of Shared Aircraft Pilots (NJASAP), that gives all crewmembers the opportunity to earn additional compensation while enhancing quality of life on tour. NetJets elected to initiate mid-term bargaining to improve compensation for long-term and new hire pilots, leading to the development of a new program that expressly recognizes the exceptional efforts its pilots put forth on a daily basis.

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Mango Airlines To Install Split Scimitar Winglets On Boeing 737-800 NG Fleet

Work To Be Performed Next Month In South Africa

South Africa's Mango Airlines has ordered Split Scimitar Winglet technology for its Boeing Next Generation 737-800 fleet from Aviation Partners Boeing (APB). Mango Airlines plans to perform the first installation of the Split Scimitar Winglets in February at South African Airways Technical facility.

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Carrier Air Wing 7 Holds Change Of Command

Capt. William R. Reed Relieved Capt. John R. Bixby As Carrier Air Wing Commander

The “Freedom Fighters” of Carrier Air Wing Seven (CVW-7) held a change of command ceremony Jan. 10 onboard Naval Air Station Oceana. Capt. William R. Reed relieved Capt. John R. Bixby as Carrier Air Wing Commander (CAG).

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New King Air Cockpit Mod Available From MC2

Based Around The Universal EFI-890R Advanced Flight Display

Mid-Canada Mod Center has announced the completion of yet another company first. The subject aircraft is a King Air 350 that is used for business aviation purposes. Among the many benefits for the operator from this mod, the aircraft is now able to work comfortably into Northern Domestic Airspace.

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Heavy Snow Tips Citation Jet Onto Its Tail

Airplane Was Down For Maintenance At Truckee Tahoe Airport

When more than 16 inches of heavy snow dubbed "Sierra Cement" fell in Reno earlier this week, it left a Cessna Citation X aircraft parked on the ramp at Truckee Tahoe Airport (KTRK) resting on its tail.

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ERAU Student-Pilot To Audition For ‘The Voice’

Aeronautics Senior Peter Codrington Will Travel To California In February For A Chance At Stardom

Aeronautics senior Peter Codrington is used to singing in front of a crowd — he has been performing the National Anthem to kick off Eagles basketball games all season — but next month, he is looking to entertain a much larger fan base, when he travels to California to audition for Season 17 of NBC’s “The Voice.”

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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (01.19.19)

“This is a tremendous opportunity in my life. I have worked extremely hard on my voice to make it distinctive … (and) I never thought that I would be given this chance.” Source: ERAU Daytona Beach Senior Peter Codrington, who will be auditioning for Season 17 of "The Voice".

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (01.19.19): Non-Restrictive Routing (NRR)

Portions of a proposed route of flight where a user can flight plan the most advantageous flight path with no requirement to make reference to ground−based NAVAIDs.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (01.19.19)


HeliOffshore is the global, safety-focused association for the offshore helicopter industry.

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