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February 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
A380 IFE Thales has demonstrated its TopSeries in-flight entertainment (IFE) system for the Airbus A380 at the Hamburg, Germany, test lab. The audio and video on-demand system will be the first passenger system installed on the new A380. Visit www.thalesgroup.com. Helicopter SBCs Curtiss-Wright... Read More »
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January 1, 2005
From Avionics Today
Today's head-mounted night vision systems allow pilots to operate safely at night, avoid obstacles and fly close to the surface by amplifying light from external sources such as the moon and stars. Rarely is infrared (IR) imagery piped to a night vision system from an external sensor. But... Read More »
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January 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
Schools Do Need Change Well put on your article on maintenance schools (October 2004, page 3). My aviation career started with four years in the Air Force. Air Force aircraft electrical tech school taught me to troubleshoot basic electrical circuits with a volt/ohmmeter and to safety wire. During... Read More »
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January 1, 2005
From Aviation Today
This dynamic business aviation maintenance outfit plunged full speed ahead into the marketplace during the past few years, and now the entire Midcoast team and the customers are reaping the benefits. There is a unique atmosphere at Midcoast Aviation, subtle, hard to put your finger on, but real... Read More »
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December 20, 2004
From Aviation Today
Date posted on Federal Register Summary of Situation Action Date & Comments Dec. 10 Emergency Airworthiness Directive (AD 2004-25-51) Airframe structural safety Raytheon model T-34 Mentor aircraft. Requires inspections "before further... Read More »
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December 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Aviation maintenance people. Duncan Aviation's Ken Kuchenreuther was recently selected to be a member of Honeywell's Service Center Advisory Board. Michael A. Williams has been appointed vice president of engineering for Kollsman, Inc. Jeff Manion has been promoted to vice president of service... Read More »
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December 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Nine-Seat Means Nine Seats The FAA's recent Handbook Bulletin for Airworthiness (HBAW) 04-06A has raised the hackles of more than a few Part 135 charter operators of Raytheon Hawker jets. The bulletin points out to FAA airworthiness inspectors the requirements imposed by FAR 135.411 for... Read More »
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December 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
EVS Developments Once again, the most newsworthy technology at the National Business Aircraft Association (NBAA) show was enhanced vision systems (EVS). It dominated the avionics news at the 2002 and 2003 NBAA shows, and it did so again at the 2004 event in Las Vegas. Thales and Bombardier... Read More »
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December 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
How Ed Dolanski and team have guided Raytheon Aircraft's remarkable turnaround into a company focused on customer service. It's taken a few years, but the results are in and they show that Raytheon Aircraft's customer service system is finally delivering top-notch results and creating happy owners... Read More »
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November 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Aviation maintenance people. Pentastar Aviation has named Randall Stroud vice president--new business development. Dallas Airmotive announced that Doug Meador has taken the position of vice president and general manager of its Forest Park MRO facility in Dallas, Texas. He was recently plant... Read More »
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November 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
FAA's AGHME In preparation for the Jan. 20, 2005, deadline for domestic reduced vertical separation minimum (DRVSM), the FAA Tech Center in Atlantic City, N.J., is completing the development of its Aircraft Geometric Height Measurement Element (AGHME). The ground-based system is meant to detect... Read More »
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November 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
Eurocopter, Bell Bag Border Patrol Orders U.S. border security officials have made their long-awaited choice of rotorcraft to replenish their fleet. The Department of Homeland Security in late September picked Eurocopter's EC120 Colibri for low-level surveillance and security patrols of U.S... Read More »
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November 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Panama's Copa Airlines ordered 10 Embraer [ERJ] 190s with the first to be delivered in November 2005. Configured to carry 94 passengers in a two-class cabin, the plane will be used to fly into smaller markets. Copa currently flies only Boeing [BA] 737s. Copa has an option to purchase an additional... Read More »
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October 25, 2004
From Aviation Today
California-based U.S. Technical, an aerospace engineering company, is offering a cockpit "fortress" door that can easily be modified into a secondary barrier at less cost than the metal cable-type secondary barrier United Airlines is installing on its jets (see ASW, Sept. 27). United's secondary... Read More »
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October 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
Sikorsky Aircraft, built on the 100-year-old dreams of one pioneering man, is turning to a company created by a family of aviation pioneers to help it prosper in the 21st century. The Stratford, Conn. unit of United Technologies Corp. expects by now to be starting the process of integrating... Read More »
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October 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
TopDeck Expands Thales Avionics is positioning its TopDeck integrated avionics suite for the helicopter market. Built around an advanced glass cockpit, the latest TopDeck package meets all civil and military helicopter requirements and boasts an open, scalable architecture that is compatible with... Read More »
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October 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
Pilots who now can choose to fly under visual or instrument flight rules (VFR or IFR) may someday have a third option: autonomous flight rules, or AFR. Using flight plans and aircraft performance data stored in the flight management system (FMS), along with onboard traffic information, crewmen in... Read More »
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October 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
Three hundred and twelve miles (500 km) off the bulge of western Africa lies a group of volcanic islands that were once a vital stepping stone for piston-engine airliners crossing the Atlantic between Europe/Africa and South America. The nine major Cape Verde Islands and several islets, together... Read More »
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October 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Leaders from the manufacturer customer support divisions speak candidly about aging aircraft, training of A&Ps, the FAA, and the impact of technology. Serious About Service Airframe, engine, and component manufacturers continue to make inroads into the aftermarket service arena. At this year's... Read More »
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October 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
The cursor control devices, pull-down menus and point-and-click controls in today's bizjet cockpits remind us of PCs. Under the hood, in a corporate-owned airplane's processing cabinets, the similarities persist, with integrated architectures that help make such intuitive features possible in... Read More »
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