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  1. Wipaire To Hold Grand Opening For New FacilityRead the original story

    Monday | Aero-News Network

    The event will include a safety seminar . The company's Boss 182 and a Grand Caravan EX will be on display; a continental breakfast and lunch will be served.

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  2. Obama Administration Urged To Fast-Track Airplane Carbon CutsRead the original story

    Monday | Aero-News Network

    ... of the Earth policy analyst John Kaltenstein. "The Environmental Protection Agency and Federal Aviation Administration must hold all modes of transportation, including the aviation industry, to the highest pollution standards so that we may curb ...

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  3. FAA Grants Two More UAS ExemptionsRead the original story

    Monday | Aero-News Network

    The FAA continues to allow expanded commercial use of unmanned aircraft systems operations by granting two more regulatory exemptions, bringing the total to 16 grants. The agency gave new exemptions to AeroCine, LLC for aerial cinematography, and to Burnz Eye View, Inc. for aerial photography and inspections.

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  4. EAA, NBAA Tout Efforts To Help Bring Progress On Sleep Apnea PolicyRead the original story

    Monday | Aero-News Network

    More than a year of work focusing on the FAA's sleep apnea policy has brought considerable revisions to the agency's original draft that would have forced costly sleep studies on pilots even if they had shown no symptoms of the disorder. The FAA late last week released of its latest proposed draft policy for sleep apnea, which has long been a disqualifying condition for airmen medical certificates.

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  5. GA Coalition Calls On FAA To 'Work With Us On ADS-B Out'Read the original story

    Monday | Aero-News Network

    A coalition of 14 General Aviation advocacy groups has sent a letter to the FAA calling on the agency to even more closely with the industry as the January 1, 2020 deadline for equipping with ADS-B Out approaches. Cost and available options remain significant stumbling blocks for owners and operators.

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  6. The drone debate hits close to home for White HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | KSLA-TV Shreveport

    ... smoothly without concern over safety, security and privacy," said Kenneth Quinn, a former Federal Aviation Administration general counsel. The FAA has estimated 7,500 commercial drones will be in the skies within five years of the coming regulations ...

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  7. 10 Killed In NATO Fighter CrashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | AVweb

    Back in the early 1960s, I was a USAF F-101B Voodoo interceptor pilot flying out of the San Francisco Bay area. Every couple of months,... Those dreaming of flying to Cuba in their own aircraft will have to wait for now.

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  8. Vortex Generator Kits Approved For Diamond TwinRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | AVweb

    Back in the early 1960s, I was a USAF F-101B Voodoo interceptor pilot flying out of the San Francisco Bay area. Every couple of months,... Those dreaming of flying to Cuba in their own aircraft will have to wait for now.

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  9. NTSB recommends rigorous maintenance programs for firefighting aircraftRead the original story

    Apr 22, 2004 | Aviation Safety Network News

    The NTSB issued recommendation letters to the Department of Agriculture, the Department of Interior and to the FAA regarding maintenance programs for aircraft used in fire fighting operations. The recommendations are part of a package that includes probable causes for three air tanker accidents caused by in-flight wing separations resulting from fatigue fractures.

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  10. Secret Service investigates drone crash at White HouseRead the original story

    Yesterday | Boston Herald

    ... to climb. The incident comes as such small aircraft have become very popular and as the Federal Aviation Administration is expected to issue long-awaited rules concerning their operation. Congress ordered the introduction of new rules in 2012, and ...

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  11. Schumer: White House drone shows need for FAA regsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Hill

    The discovery of a drone on White House grounds on Monday shows the need for Federal Aviation Administration regulations of the devices, Sen. Chuck Schumer said Monday. "With the discovery of an unauthorized drone on the White House lawn, the eagle has crash-landed in Washington; there is no stronger sign that clear FAA guidelines for drones are needed," Schumer said in a statement.

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  12. Drone crashes at White House; hobbyist says it's hisRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    ... as well as concerns that such devices could be used by terrorists to carry weapons. The Federal Aviation Administration receives reports across the country nearly every day of drones operating near manned aircraft and airports or over densely ...

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  13. Massive Fuel Leaks in HawaiiRead the original story

    Yesterday | AVweb

    Back in the early 1960s, I was a USAF F-101B Voodoo interceptor pilot flying out of the San Francisco Bay area. Every couple of months,... Those dreaming of flying to Cuba in their own aircraft will have to wait for now.

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  14. Quadcopters straddle the line between drones and toysRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOK.com

    Quadcopters like the one that crashed at the White House on Monday are among the most popular remote-controlled aircraft being sold today. But are they drones or sophisticated toys? The devices are called quadcopters because they have four arms with propellers attached.

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  15. Secret Service questioned man whose drone crashed near White HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | USA Today

    ... to meet that deadline. There have been similar drone incidents in Washington, D.C. The Federal Aviation Administration prohibits aircraft over congressional buildings and the National Mall as well as the White House, citing security and other ...

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  16. FAA: NYC Airports Operating With Limited DelaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | SFGate

    The Federal Aviation Administration is now reporting delays of 15 minutes or less at all major airports in the northeastern portion of the US. Earlier in the day, the FAA issued a ground stop that prevented flights inbound to LaGuardia and Newark from taking off from their points of origin due to poor visibility and runway conditions in the NYC area.

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  17. Maryland State Police Aviation Command Continues Perfecting HEMS FleetRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Fire Rescue Magazine

    The MSP AW139 helicopter in the maintenance hangar at Aviation Command headquarters at Martin State Airport. Photo courtesy Maryland State Police The medical interior provides a great deal more space than previous helicopters with a swivel stretcher, suction, oxygen ports and a mounted defibrillator.

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  18. Drone crash at White House hints at worryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Daily Townsman

    ... with small unmanned aerial vehicles, in conjunction with U.S. law enforcement and the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, which has spent years working on commercial regulations for drones. Norad is already testing blimps over Washington to detect ...

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  19. 1 dies, 2 survive when plane crashes in central WisconsinRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Baltimore Sun

    ... es are notified. The plane was traveling from Menominee, Michigan, to Litchfield, Minnesota, Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Elizabeth Isham Cory told WAOW-TV.

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  20. Alabama Drone Task Force Needs More Time for StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WTVY Dothan

    ... ther to continue studying the issue. McMillan told the Montgomery Advertiser that a delay in Federal Aviation Administration regulations and the complexity of the issue made it difficult to develop other recommendations.

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