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May 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
RAAF Tanker Proposal Rockwell Collins has joined a Boeing-led team that is competing for a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) contract for refueling aircraft. The team proposes four KC-767 tankers that include Collins cockpits. The RAAF plans to award a contract this summer. Visit... Read More »
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May 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Over the years, many questions have come up concerning when the creation of a part by maintenance personnel constitutes fabrication under Part 43 or crosses the line and becomes a part manufactured under stricter Part 21 requirements. To help clear it up, the FAA is proposing a new advisory... Read More »
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April 12, 2004
From Aviation Today
DATE/SITE AIRCRAFT & REGN CIRCUMSTANCES DEATH & INJURY PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS2 Imagery at... Read More »
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April 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Engine and airframe maintenance company BizJet International has completed a 50,000-pound thrust engine test cell at its Tulsa, Oklahoma headquarters. The 13,000-square foot test cell was designed by Aero Systems Engineering and will be used to run new-generation Honeywell engines as well as... Read More »
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April 1, 2004
From Rotor & Wing
The EH101/US101 proposed as the new U.S. presidential helicopter has both proven performance and combat experience-and it flies well, too. The competition between the AgustaWestland US101 and Sikorsky S-92 for a new presidential helicopter is drawing to a close, with the winner expected to be... Read More »
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April 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
GAMA has announced the promotions of Walter Derosier and Ron Swanda to key positions. Derosier stepped up to the position of vice president, engineering and maintenance.He has been with GAMA for seven years, serves on numerous FAA rulemaking committees, and is chair of the Part 135 airworthiness... Read More »
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April 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
New Officials John Belcher has been named chairman of ARINC Inc., succeeding James Pierce, who announced his retirement in January. Belcher formerly was the company's president and chief executive officer (CEO). He joined ARINC in 1997 as chief operating officer after leaving Hughes Aircraft of... Read More »
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March 29, 2004
From Aviation Today
Current Regulatory Activity This is a selective listing of items deemed particularly important. Date posted on Federal Register and Document Type Summary of Situation Action... Read More »
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March 29, 2004
From Aviation Today
Carrier Misses Debt Payments In 2003 While Posting Small Profit Although Great Lakes Aviation [GLUX] managed to post a small net profit last year, its auditor has serious concerns that the company can continue to operate. Ending a three-year run of losses, Great Lakes last year posted a net profit... Read More »
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March 15, 2004
From Aviation Today
A Lufthansa [DLAKY] jet whose wingtip came within five feet (1.6 meters) of striking the runway during takeoff shows that high technology fly-by-wire aircraft can be as vulnerable to maintenance error as aircraft of an earlier era with cable and pulley flight controls. Two cases embody the same... Read More »
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March 8, 2004
From Aviation Today
DATE/SITE AIRCRAFT & REGN CIRCUMSTANCES DEATH & INJURY PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS Imagery at... Read More »
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March 8, 2004
From Aviation Today
Judgment has been rendered. The Air Midwest twin-turboprop that crashed Jan. 8, 2003, in Charlotte, N.C., was overweight - and out of balance, to boot. The tailheavy situation meant that mis-rigged elevator control cables left the pilots with insufficient pitch control authority, so the accident... Read More »
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March 8, 2004
From Aviation Today
In the chain of events leading to the fatal Jan. 8, 2003, crash of an Air Midwest Beech 1900D twin-turboprop, the pilots' inability to prevent the nose from pitching up excessively into a stall was the end result of improper maintenance performed on the airplane's elevator two days before... 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 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
New Officials Rockwell Collins Government Systems has named Walter "Woody" Hogle as vice president and general manager, Integrated Systems, and Ron Hornish as vice president and general manager, Sensor Systems. Hogle comes to Rockwell Collins from Lockheed Martin, where he was vice president of... Read More »
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March 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
In response to a revolt by majority shareholders Northstar Aerospace and I.M.P. Group, Toronto-based maintenance provider Vector Aerospace has fired its top managers. Gone are chief executive officer Mark Dobbin, chief operating officer Paul Conway, and chief financial officer Max Parsons, all of... Read More »
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March 1, 2004
From Aviation Today
Inaccurate Weight and Balance Program Contributed to Being Out of Aft CG Limit In the chain of events leading to the fatal Jan. 8, 2003, crash of an Air Midwest twin-turboprop, the pilots' inability to prevent the nose from pitching up excessively into a stall was the end result of improper... Read More »
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March 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
Rebuilding Iraqi ATC A team of Raytheon ATM officials traveled to Iraq in late January, responding to an initial $10.5-million contract the company won to rebuild the air traffic control (ATC) facilities at Baghdad airport. Raytheon anticipates future contracts, which could increase the value to... Read More »
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February 1, 2004
From Avionics Today
Despite a number of unanswered questions regarding interference risks posed by wireless Internet access or the use of personal electronic devices (PEDs) on board aircraft (January 2004), airlines and bizjet operators are moving ahead with wireless cabin systems. Wireless local area networks (LANs)... Read More »
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January 19, 2004
From Aviation Today
The word has gone forth, to paraphrase: Visit every operator in your district and see if it has done the inspection of the T-34 Mentor wing spars, and also determine if these inspections have been done properly. That is the essence of the mandate contained in a Dec. 31, 2003, flight standards... Read More »
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