Super Bowl Flights Use NextGen Technology, Phoenix Seeks More Changes

[Avionics Today 01-30-2015] Airlines and charter operators flying thousands of fans, NFL personnel...

Boeing 747-8 Selected as Next Air Force One

Barack Obama leaving the current Air Force One, a VC-25. Photo: Wikipedia [Avionics Today...

FL Technics Expands Training to ERJ-190 as Popularity Picks Up

FL Technics certified to provide training for the Embraer ERJ-190. Photo: FL Technics Training...

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    OASIS II program to manage flight planning and real-time weather briefing. Photo...

  • FL Technics Expands Training to ERJ-190 as Popularity Picks Up

    FL Technics certified to provide training for the Embraer ERJ-190. Photo: FL...

  • Rohde & Schwarz VCS-4G Certified for China

    [Avionics Today 01-30-2015] The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has...

  • Boeing 747-8 Selected as Next Air Force One

    Barack Obama leaving the current Air Force One, a VC-25. Photo: Wikipedia [Avionics...

  • All Nippon Airways Plays the Field, Places Orders with Boeing, Airbus

    A row of aircraft with ANA livery. Photo: Internetwalkers [Avionics Today...

  • Super Bowl Flights Use NextGen Technology, Phoenix Seeks More Changes

    [Avionics Today 01-30-2015] Airlines and charter operators flying thousands of fans...

  • No Drone Zone: FAA Says No Drones at the Super Bowl

    [Avionics Today 01-29-2015] The FAA issued a statement warning individual users of...

  • Gogo Vision Reaches New Installation Milestone

    [Avionics Today 01-29-2015] Gogo announced a new milestone, as its Gogo Vision...

  • Lockheed Martin Reports Strong 2014 for Aeronautics

    [Avionics Today 01-29-2015] Lockheed Martin reported a strong year in 2014 for its...

  • GE Aviation Investing $15 Million to Expand Assembly Facility

    [Avionics Today 01-29-2015] GE Aviation announced plans for an additional $15...

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