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January 19, 2004
From Aviation Today
Date posted on Federal Register and Document Type Summary of Situation Action Date & Comments Jan. 14 Final Rule Docket No. 2003-CE-16-AD, transmitting airworthiness directive (AD)... Read More »
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January 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
Over the past 100 years of flight and, no doubt, for hundreds of years to come an airplane pilot's uppermost concern has been, and will continue to be, the need to maintain situational awareness. Where am I, relative to where I should be? How is the vehicle performing? What unknown or unseen... Read More »
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January 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
Will we soon see the overlap of a resurgent civil aviation market on a strong military aviation market? Such doubly good fortune could occur. Signs of recovery and optimism are emerging. For several years the airlines, especially the U.S. carriers since 9/11, have been on a financial slide... Read More »
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January 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Derek Jackson, an inspector at Stevens Aviation's Donaldson Center facility in Greenville, South Carolina, is the winner of the Aviation Maintenance 2003 Time Out For Safety Award. Jackson was nominated for his excellent inspection of a military Beech King Air (C-12) engine mount, where he... Read More »
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December 22, 2003
From Aviation Today
Safety threats as exposed by the wreckage in review By John Sampson, ASW Contributing Editor (Note: relevant cases in italics are interspersed in support of this analysis) 1. Men making mistakes and other matters Human error continued its expensive role both on the ground and in the air. Vehicles... Read More »
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December 8, 2003
From Aviation Today
The use of the term "dilly dally" is deliberate. Dictionary definition: dilly dally, v. To waste time by dawdling or hesitating. Case in point: the Nov. 19 crash near Lake Conroe, Texas, of a T-34 trainer, where the wing separated during maneuvers (see accident and incident table). The crash... Read More »
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December 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
The Federal Aviation Administration s (FAA s) next-generation air/ground communications system (NEXCOM) program is showing steady progress, and its first phase appears to be on schedule, despite industry controversy over the agency s priorities. Some aviation industry officials disagree with FAA s... Read More »
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December 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
Brits Tough On Security In November the UK s aviation authorities began monitoring UK and non-UK airlines compliance with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) requirement to provide a means of checking the area behind the cockpit door from within the cockpit. ICAO s related... Read More »
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December 1, 2003
From Aviation Today
Each year, Aviation Maintenance s editors choose outstanding products and services in various categories. During 2003, a number of interesting new developments occurred, from Approach Systems s new method of wiring avionics installations to 3M s innovative and less-wasteful paint preparation... Read More »
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November 24, 2003
From Aviation Today
Safety Board also calls for a low airspeed alert before stall warning A low airspeed alert is needed for all aircraft engaged in scheduled and on-demand commercial operations. Such a device might have helped prevent two substandard pilots from killing themselves and their six passengers, according... Read More »
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November 24, 2003
From Aviation Today
DATE/SITE AIRCRAFT & REGN CIRCUMSTANCES DEATH & INJURY PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS2 Imagery at... Read More »
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November 17, 2003
From Aviation Today
DATE/SITE AIRCRAFT & REGN CIRCUMSTANCES DEATH & INJURY PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS2 Imagery at... Read More »
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November 10, 2003
From Aviation Today
The safety mantra: anti-icing ON, autopilot OFF, speed UP, get OUT of icing The basic procedures necessary to cope with in-flight icing continue to be re-learned the hard way - with dead aircrews and wrecked airplanes. The basic aircraft certification standards do not protect against freezing... Read More »
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November 1, 2003
From Aviation Today
A focus on quality and integrity has served Cutter Aviation and its customers well for 75 years. Cutter Aviation has two reasons to celebrate in 2003. First, along with the rest of us in the aviation world, they will mark the first century of controlled, powered, manned flight achieved by the... Read More »
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November 1, 2003
From Aviation Today
Jim Soleo is Savannah Air Center s new general manager, responsible for day-to-day operations and completions and maintenance activities. Soleo has previously worked at Baker Electronics, Decrane Aircraft Furniture, Bombardier Tucson and Montreal (completions), KC Aviation, and Grumman Tehnical... Read More »
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October 20, 2003
From Aviation Today
Action is First Hostile Takeover in Airline Industry in 20 Years Mesa Air Group [Nasdaq: MESA] has filed a preliminary consent statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission seeking to replace the board of Atlantic Coast Airlines (ACA) [Nasdaq: ACAI] and take its takeover bid directly... Read More »
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October 20, 2003
From Aviation Today
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has ordered maintenance changes for the twin-engine Beech 1900 turboprop, a popular regional aircraft that has been involved in two crashes this year that killed 23 people. Operators of the Beech 1900, 1900C and 1900D, manufactured by Raytheon Aircraft Co... Read More »
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October 13, 2003
From Aviation Today
Reversed installation of pitch trim may have resulted in the deaths of two pilots, prompting a note to operators warning that the maintenance manual was incorrect and highlighting once again the potential for deadly error on the maintenance floor. The case involves the Aug. 26 crash of a Raytheon... Read More »
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October 1, 2003
From Aviation Today
Garrett Aviation's FJ44 Eagle conversion to the Cessna 500 & 501 fleet adds awesome performance, thanks to new engines and extensive structural modifications. Like an aging beauty who goes to her favorite surgeon in hopes of fighting time, the matriarch of Cessna's highly-successful and hugely... Read More »
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October 1, 2003
From Aviation Today
Vending machines are quickly becoming a vital element in MRO parts- and tool-management programs. The reason: when integrated into a bar code tracking system, vending machines can help maintenance organizations reduce inventory, improve technician productivity without sacrificing quality, and... Read More »
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