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March 24, 2003
From Aviation Today
Beginning at this year's Regional Airline Association (RAA) Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Ariz., C/R News will present two awards to outstanding regional airline executives. C/R News has, for the past several years, presented the "Regional Airline Executive of the Year" award to the head of a... Read More »
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March 10, 2003
From Aircraft Value News
After an all too brief period of stability, values of turboprops seem once more to be cursed by uncertainty. The realities of the new aviation structure have yet to be fully appreciated by the U.S. airline industry; as a result, the core obstacles to improvement have not been removed. The... Read More »
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March 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
Satellite navigation has made some giant strides in recent months. As we report in our story on the Federal Aviation Administration s (FAA s) Capstone Program (page 17), a wide area augmentation system (WAAS)/GPS receiver was to have gained technical standard order (TSO) approval in February, for... Read More »
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March 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
Advances in receiving and processing radar- and satellite-derived weather data, plus communications breakthroughs, are allowing critical weather information to be presented to pilots in flight on-line and in near real time. The result: pilots can detect and display current and developing weather... Read More »
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March 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
With a new avionics package approved, an IFR infrastructure being established and a study indicating it delivers safety benefits, the Capstone program in Alaska appears to be on a fast track. Does it represent the FAA at its best? "This is the FAA at its best," asserts Gordon Pratt, president of... Read More »
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March 1, 2003
From Aviation Today
In the Spotlight: Will the loss of the space shuttle Columbia add to public scrutiny of maintenance this year? It became clear that maintenance will be in the spotlight after an Air Midwest Raytheon 1900D crashed on takeoff in Charlotte, North Carolina January 8, killing all 21 on board. Initial... Read More »
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March 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
Avidyne Corp.: Sandeen, Vice President Mark Sandeen, who joined Avidyne Corp. in 1997 as director of business development, was recently promoted to vice president of sales and marketing. Prior to his employment with the Lincoln, Mass.-based firm, Sandeen was with Object Design Inc. and before... Read More »
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February 10, 2003
From Aviation Today
DATE / SITE AIRCRAFT & REGISTRATION CIRCUMSTANCES DEATHS & INJURIES PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS2 21 Jan 1805Z Winnipeg... Read More »
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February 1, 2003
From Aviation Today
Safety officials at the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board are not happy with the way airlines and regulators figure out what needs to be maintained on airplanes and when, and they want them to start over. Included among 51 recommendations made January 8 as a result of its investigation... Read More »
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February 1, 2003
From Aviation Today
Paul Grall, MTU executive vice president in charge of civil maintenance, celebrated the grand opening of MTU Zhuhai at a November 5, 2002 ceremony heralding the company s newest facility, located in Zhuhai, China. Work on customer engines began in early December at the facility, which is a 50/50... Read More »
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February 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
In the 1980s radio frequency (RF) engineers developed microwave and millimeter-wave integrated circuits that revolutionized the reliability and controllability of RF systems, while significantly reducing their size and cost. But now a second revolution is in view: active, chip-sized "microsystems"... Read More »
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January 20, 2003
From Aviation Today
Higher Weight Limitations Still Number One Issue Regional air cargo operators will have an expanded list of issues to put before the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) review committee when it convenes later this year, according to Stan Bernstein, president of the Regional Air Cargo Carriers... Read More »
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January 13, 2003
From Aviation Today
DATE/SITE & INVEST. ID# AIRCRAFT & REGISTRATION CIRCUMSTANCES DEATHS & INJURIES PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS2 09 Dec 1140L... Read More »
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January 1, 2003
From Avionics Today
Exactly on time, and in a low key, anticlimactic launch, the Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System (STARS) made its initial operating capability (IOC) debut into the National Airspace System (NAS) early in the morning of Sunday, Nov. 17, 2002. For the next three or four months, the... Read More »
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December 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
CPDLC Off and Running Controller-Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC), the government-industry program to reduce frequency congestion and increase communications clarity and reliability, became a reality on Oct. 7, 2002, at 7:38 a.m., as Miami Center sent the first CPDLC message to an American... Read More »
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November 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
Tested in Kosovo and Afghanistan, unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) are here to stay. But behemoths like Global Hawk and Predator dominate, despite their cost, complex logistics and vulnerability. Tactical UAVs exist, but the small-unit niche remains unfilled. This situation, however, is about to... Read More »
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November 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
RVSM Brings Results Eurocontrol officials believe recent efforts to improve traffic flow in Europe have paid off, and they submit as proof figures revealing that, while air traffic in Europe dropped by an average 4.2 percent over the past two years, the average flight delay in the continent has... Read More »
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November 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) show was particularly interesting this year, not because it indicated strong growth in corporate aviation (it didn t), nor because it spotlighted more new technology than usual. What made this year s event, held in early September at Orlando... Read More »
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November 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
Swiss air traffic control (ATC) has become high-profile largely due to the tragic July 1, 2002, midair collision between a Russian Tu 154M airliner and a DHL B757 cargo plane near the Swiss-German border. That tragedy, which caused the loss of 72 lives and both aircraft, placed the spotlight on... Read More »
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October 1, 2002
From Avionics Today
A snowball effect is taking place in the air traffic management arena. It first became apparent about two years ago, when Boeing announced its new Air Traffic Management division. And it picked up significant momentum when, during this year s Farnborough Air Show, Thales, Airbus and EADS announced... Read More »
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