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December 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
"Il est bon?" ("Is it fine?") a concerned TAT Industries maintenance technician asks the Canadair CL-415 firefighter pilot as he deplanes. The answer is "oui," and the technician, reassured on the repair she had performed a couple of hours ago, goes back to the cramped workshop to complete another... Read More »
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July 1, 2006
From Aviation Today
The Inerting Controversy Regarding fuel tank safety, the comments seem to be roughly divided into two camps: (1) those who do not have to consider cost generally favor the inclusion of a flammability reduction system, or inerting, (2) and those faced with the installation through retrofit and the... Read More »
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March 4, 2015
From Rotor & Wing
HAI Heli-Expo 2015 Orlando, Fla. Vector Aerospace Corporation, a global independent provider of aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, has announced that Vector Aerospace Helicopter Services North America (HS-NA) has been selected by Miami Dade County to provide dynamic... Read More »
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January 27, 2015
From Rotor & Wing
The first Airbus EC135 T2+ helicopter in a planned fleet of modern, twin-engine, rotary-wing aircraft being acquired by the Australian Defense Force (ADF) for its new Helicopter Aircrew Training System (HATS), has successfully completed its first flight in Europe. Under the HATS project, a joint... Read More »
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February 23, 2004
From Aviation Today
All transport category aircraft with heated center wing tanks (CWT) will be required to feature systems to eliminate any flammable vapors that may accumulate in the ullage, or the space between the top of the liquid fuel level and the top/sides of the tank. A heated CWT is one with air... Read More »
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March 8, 2004
From Aviation Today
This is a selective listing of items deemed particularly important. Pay particular attention to the March 1 entry. Date posted in Federal Register and Document Type Summary of... Read More »
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March 29, 2004
From Aviation Today
By John Farley, former test pilot With a large twinjet transport, the tailfin and rudder requirements will be sized by the need to provide a yawing moment that can overcome the asymmetric thrust caused by an engine failure on takeoff. As designers seek to assure adequate controllability while... Read More »
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April 26, 2004
From Aviation Today
This is a selective listing of items deemed particularly important. Date posted on Federal Register and Document Type Summary of Situation Action Date &... Read More »
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July 12, 2004
From Aviation Today
Airlines have one year to provide information to passengers indicating the country in which the airplane they are flying was assembled. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is incorporating that information on the safety cards placed in seat-back pockets, a stratagem playing to mixed reviews... Read More »
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July 19, 2004
From Aviation Today
There is nothing like a half-dozen operational flight tests to reveal system problems or shortcomings. Such is exactly the case with recent trials of a fuel tank inerting system that Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officials have hailed as "closing the door" on the risk of fuel tank... Read More »
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February 3, 2015
From Avionics Today
[Avionics Today 02-03-2015] SAE International Industry Technologies Consortia (ITC) has announced the purchase of ADS Aerospace Technical Standards, a U.K.-based organization that supports aerospace and defense manufacturing with product design standards. Through the purchase, SAE ITC will acquire... Read More »
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February 28, 2005
From Aviation Today
A320 Braking Failures Implicate Control Unit Braking problems with the Airbus A319/A320 and A321 family are officially on the radar screen. Five incidents in three years in the United Kingdom involving a loss of braking after touchdown are bringing safety concerns to the forefront. The UK Aircraft... Read More »
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April 18, 2005
From Aviation Today
Note: this is not an all-inclusive listing, but rather is intended to illustrate the range of regulatory activity and the many ways safety can be compromised. Action & Date Posted on Federal Register Summary of Situation Action Date &... Read More »
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June 25, 2014
From Rotor & Wing
Three helicopter manufacturers have recently introduced new luxury interiors. Bell Helicopter is offering a VVIP cabin designed by Mecaer Aviation Group on the Bell 429 light twin, AgustaWestland is studying a cocoon seat concept for the AW169 medium twin and Airbus Helicopters has added... Read More »
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July 11, 2005
From Aviation Today
Note the actions resulting from SFAR 88 fuel system safety reviews Action & Date Posted on Federal Register June 22 Final rule FR Doc 05-12000 Docket no. FAA-2004-19754 AD 2005-13-02 Hydraulics and pressurization (admittedly, a unique combination, but read on) Summary of Situation Bombardier Model... Read More »
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June 16, 2014
From Rotor & Wing
Airbus Helicopters will display its mission-ready military rotorcraft lineup at Eurosatory 2014 defense exposition near Paris, France, including one of its newest military helicopters, the twin-engine EC645 T2. Also shown at Eurosatory 2014 will be Airbus Helicopters single-engine... Read More »
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January 14, 2015
From Avionics Today
Airbus A320_neo in CALC livery, rendering. Photo: Airbus [Avionics Today 01-14-2015] China Aircraft Leasing Co. (CALC), an independent aircraft operating lessor in China, has firmed up its contract with Airbus for 100 A320 family aircraft. The order comprises 74 A320neo, 16 A320ceo and... Read More »
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October 17, 2005
From Aviation Today
Many of the post-Swissair Flight 111 crash fixes were to rectify potentials for cascading system failures. But Swissair didn't stop there and introduced its own MD-11 electrical system enhancements; they were never endorsed as required modifications by Boeing, nor mandated by the FAA. From SR... Read More »
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April 3, 2006
From Aviation Today
What: March 24 recommendation. Based on: During routine maintenance of an Airbus A300-600 operated by Federal Express, damage was detected in a particular rudder part, P/N A55471500 (premodification 8827). Recommendations: Require all Airbus A-300 operators to immediately comply with four... Read More »
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May 19, 2014
From Rotor & Wing
The EC175 is Airbus Helicopters newest-certified rotorcraft in the seven-metric-ton class. It will demonstrate its Category A performance and mission capabilities for the oil and gas sector during a three-nation demonstration tour starting on May 19. In conjunction with the new rotorcraft s tour... Read More »
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