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March 6, 2006
From Aviation Today
B/E Aerospace B/E Aerospace will expand its primary seat manufacturing plant in Kiikeel, Northern Ireland. The work will double that amount of space available for assembling aircraft seats. Dallas Airmotive Dallas Airmotive is expanding its Lafayette, La., facility to handle repairs of Pratt &... Read More »
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March 1, 2006
From Aviation Today
Profitability, A Byproduct of Standards and Process By John C. Willis III Have you ever marveled at how golfers hit balls so far without appearing to exert much effort, or how some maintenance providers seem to turn out projects on time, on budget, and without heroic effort? They have a lot in... Read More »
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March 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
Flight Training Montreal-based Mechtronix has received FAA and Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) certification for its Ascent full flight trainer for the ATR 42-300. Ascent was the first of several flight training devices delivered to ATR's Training Center in Toulouse, France, as part of a package... Read More »
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March 1, 2006
From Rotor & Wing
'Revitalization Project' Aims to Boost Military Helo Safety, Survivability A new U.S. rotorcraft industry task force is seeking measures to improve the survivability of helicopters in combat in the near term and increase the safety and reliability of all helicopters in the long term. Dubbed the... Read More »
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March 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
At A Glance: Protecting multiple levels of sensitive data on U.S. military aircraft today requires duplicative hardware--a costly and inefficient solution. We describe an alternative approach, using commercial-based software and cover: The... Read More »
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February 27, 2006
From Aviation Today
DATE/SITE AIRCRAFT & REGN CIRCUMSTANCES DEATH & INJURY PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS2 Imagery at http://www.iasa.com.au/270206.htm 07 Feb ~0900L Dilasag, Philippines Duke B60 Reg RP-C412 Charter aircraft... Read More »
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February 13, 2006
From Aviation Today
Landing gear safety: Notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) - General Machine-Diecron, Inc. actuator nut assembly for the right main landing gear (MLG). Feb. 3, 2006 FR Doc. E6-1470 Docket No. FAA-2005-23334 This proposed airworthiness directive (AD) would require determination of whether any... Read More »
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February 6, 2006
From Aviation Today
Bombardier A new Canadian regional airline, Porter Airlines, will fly Bombardier [BBD] Q400s from its base at Toronto's Island Airport. REGCO Holdings has signed a contract to buy 10 Q400s that will be flown by Porter Airlines. The contract includes options for an additional 10 airplanes. The... Read More »
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February 6, 2006
From Aviation Today
DATE/SITE AIRCRAFT & REGN CIRCUMSTANCES DEATH & INJURY PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS2 Imagery at http://www.iasa.com.au/060206.htm 16 Jan 0105Z Anchorage, Alaska Cessna 550 reg: N460M a/c was struck by a... Read More »
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February 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
At A Glance: The U.S. military's ground-based augmentation system (GBAS) program, dubbed Joint Precision Approach and Landing System, or JPALS, is designed for installation on ships, as well as at ground facilities, with accuracies down to inches. The program is funded and has fairly... Read More »
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February 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
Charles Keegan Former vice president-operations planning for FAA, Charles Keegan, has joined Raytheon Co. as director of strategic development, airspace management and homeland security (AMHS). He reports to Andrew Zogg, AMHS vice president. Keegan also was formerly chairman and director of FAA's... Read More »
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February 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
First Public RNP Approach On Dec. 20, 2005, FAA demonstrated to the press the first public U.S. required navigation performance (RNP) approach--at Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). Alaska Airlines started employing the RNP 0.11 special aircraft and aircrew authorization required (SAAAR)... Read More »
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January 30, 2006
From Aviation Today
Beyond all the publicity around a recent government audit about the lack of oversight by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and airlines of non-certificated aircraft repair stations (Air Safety Week, Jan. 2), there are some important side issues in aviation repair work that have received... Read More »
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January 23, 2006
From Aviation Today
Autopilot and rudder activation: Final notice -- Airbus model A300 B4-600, B4-600R; F4-600R series airplanes, model C4-605R variant F (collectively called A300-600 series); and Airbus model A310 series. Jan. 12, 2006 FR Doc. 06-182 Docket No. FAA-2005-22053 This AD requires installing two-stage... Read More »
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January 9, 2006
From Aviation Today
When it comes to equipment breakdowns, the Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association (RACCA) wants the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to draw a distinction between Part 135 cargo and passenger operations. Long-standing FAA policy does not draw a distinction between a plane carrying boxes or... Read More »
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January 2, 2006
From Aviation Today
Scandinavian Airlines Systems Scandinavian Airlines Systems (SAS) recently sold five Fokker 50s in a sale-leaseback deal to Nordic Aviation Contractor, of Billund, Denmark. SAS currently operates the aircraft as part of its SAS Commuter. The carrier is leasing the airplanes back on terms that end... Read More »
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January 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
Optimism--ranging from cautious to near euphoric, depending on the market sector--is blossoming in the civil aviation marketplace. Despite escalating oil prices, ongoing instability in the Middle East, and a slight slowdown in growth predicted for the U.S. economy, there remain reasons to believe... Read More »
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January 1, 2006
From Aviation Today
IAs Can Renew at PAMA Show The FAA has agreed to permit mechanics holding the Inspection Authorization to renew their IA at the PAMA 2006 Aviation Maintenance Symposium in Las Vegas, Nevada March 28-30, 2006. FAA inspectors on-site will renew IAs no matter where the IA obtained qualifying training... Read More »
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January 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
Another Step for ADS-B ACSS, an L-3 Communications and Thales company, and UPS Aviation have partnered to develop an automatic dependent surveillance system-broadcast (ADS-B) package designed to assure the safe separation of aircraft on the ground and while lining up for an approach. Announced at... Read More »
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January 1, 2006
From Avionics Today
Roy Robertson The Airline Avionics Institute (AAI) has awarded the 2005 Volare Award in Avionics Manufacturer to Roy Robertson, principal systems engineer at Rockwell Collins, for his work on the WXR-2100 multiscan hazard weather detection system. AAI referred to Robertson as Collins' "voice and... Read More »
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