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  1. Critics assail Shuster's relationship with airline lobbyistRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Post-gazette.com

    By day, U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster worked on a bill to overturn rules requiring airlines to include taxes and fees in advertised airfares. The eight-term Blair County Republican acknowledged the relationship Thursday and said there's no conflict of interest because girlfriend Shelley Rubino, vice president of government affairs for Airlines for America, doesn't directly lobby him.


  2. Noise expert says Mile-Hi doesn't have the loudest planesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | LongmontFYI

    ... airport is lower than noise levels found in areas near most other airports. Freytag said the Federal Aviation Administration does not consider noise complaints when it determines reasonable aircraft noise levels because multiple complaints by a few ...


  3. Passengers spend 6 hours on Colo. Springs runwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    Severe weather diverted a Denver-bound flight to Colorado Springs, leaving passengers on the runway for more than six hours Friday. Passengers spend 6 hours on Colo.


  4. FAA Reauthorization: Keeping Our Place as the World's Aviation Leader | CommentaryRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | Roll Call

    ... As the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee tackles reauthorization of the Federal Aviation Administration, there is much work to do. Over the past three years, the committee has held hearings, convened roundtables and worked on a ...


  5. F-100F Super Sabre, F-35 Fighter To Debut At AirVentureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | AVweb

    As number two in the pattern today, I announced: "Comanche, right downwind, runway 21." ... Number three in the pattern said: "182 on 45,... How we chose to perform our climbs should be tailored specifically to the time of day, the weather, the surrounding terrain and/or the... The company that built its business around automating airplanes is now saying it's time for airline pilots to brush up on their stick and... As a promotional effort for its emerging flight training technology, Redbird Flight Simulations plans to train three zero-time would-be... It wasn't the FAA's most graceful entrance, but the rule is better than we could have ever imagined. Here's hoping it stays that way.


  6. SUN 'n FUN Salutes MacDill AFB with Warbird Fly-OverRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | Freshnews

    If you hear the skies over Tampa rumbling like never before, it won't be coming from MacDill Air Force Base! Next Wednesday morning around 8:00 am, the folks at SUN 'n FUN Fly-In & Expo have orchestrated a historic salute to kick-off the My MacDill Community Pride Campaign launched earlier today by The Tampa Bay Defense Alliance . John Leenhouts, President & CEO of SUN 'n FUN said, "Flying in formation on Wednesday, April 22 is the Texas Flying Legends B-25 Mitchell followed by 4 T-6 Texas aircraft and 4 Yaks.


  7. Shuster dismisses Politico report as 'liberal media' attackRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Chambersburg Public Opinion

    CHAMBERSBURG >> U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster dismissed allegations that his relationship with an airline trade lobbyist conflicts with his position as chairman of the House Transportation Committee as an attack from liberal media. After the story broke on Politico on Thursday, Shuster, who represents the 9th District which includes Chambersburg, acknowledged his relationship with Shelley Rubino, 49. But he also said it does not affect his position or his committee's decisions as it considers an overhaul of the Federal Aviation Administration.


  8. Bradford Regional Airport Receives New FundingRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | WICU12 Erie

    Bradford Regional Airport will be able to perform some needed work, thanks to new funding. The Federal Aviation Administration awarded a 150-thousand dollar federal grant, to the Mckean County Airport on Friday.


  9. Lazarus column: No reason flying coach can't be at least a little comfortableRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | St. Petersburg Times

    ... unpadded seats? Seats that don't recline? Standing-room-only sections? It's time the Federal Aviation Administration set minimum standards for passenger comfort. Seat pitch in coach should be at least 30 inches, and preferably 31 or 32 inches. ...


  10. Reduced passenger legroom is a safety hazard for fliersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | The Miami Herald

    ... Spirit has shrunk the pitch to as low as 28 inches. But in the United States, at least, the Federal Aviation Administration's evacuation tests don't account for drastically reduced seat pitches - a point made during a hearing on Tuesday in front of ...


  11. Editorial | How did mailmana s gyrocopter pierce worlda s best-protected airspace?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Myrtle Beach Online

    ... core known to aviation officials as Area 56, could the combined agencies - Secret Service, Federal Aviation Administration, Capitol Police, FBI - not shut down Hughes before he took off from Gettysburg Regional Airport in Pennsylvania or divert him ...


  12. Sen. Nelson Calls for TSA Screenings of Airport EmployeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | WCTV Tallahassee

    When we fly, we're required to pass through a TSA security checkpoint, but the majority of airport employees are not screened on a daily basis. This week, Florida U.S. Senator Bill Nelson called for that to change.


  13. Congressman admits relationship with airline lobbyistRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | CBS 3 Springfield

    ... Politics. Shuster's staff is writing a bill of keen interest to airlines dealing with Federal Aviation Administration programs, and he has also supported several of the industry's top priorities in Congress. Rubino is listed by the trade association ...


  14. Airbus Defense & Space taps Mobile facility as C212 'worldwide support center'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Alabama Live

    Airbus Defense and Space announced Friday it has selected Mobile-based Airbus DS Military Aircraft Inc. as its new worldwide support center for the C212 aircraft series. "The goal is to grow in the U.S., and Mobile is a success story," Mike Cosentino, president of Airbus Defense and Space Inc. told a crowd of about 100 gathered at the Mobile facility Friday to celebrate the company's 10th anniversary in the Port City.


  15. Commercial Drone Interest & Development Skyrockets, Heavy Reading ReportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Light Reading

    Interest in the commercial drone industry is growing, and technology is developing quickly, laying the foundation for a range of future drone-based applications, including the use of drones in communications networks, according to the latest report from Heavy Reading Insider , a subscription research service from Heavy Reading . Connected Drones... Seriously examines the emerging market for commercial, connected drones.


  16. Why was a man allowed to fly gyrocopter onto Capitol grounds when...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | WLUC-TV Negaunee

    That 61-year-old Florida postal worker who flew his gyrocopter onto the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol Wednesday came to our nation's capital to deliver a political message. But the number one question on everyone's mind is how could this pilot easily enter one of the most restricted air spaces on the planet? Doug Hughes landed his gyrocopter just yards from the Capitol building to deliver 535 letters for house and senate lawmakers regarding campaign finance reform.


  17. Seat squeeze raises concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Bangkok Post

    Airlines are packing ever more seats into economy class to protect profit margins from falling ticket prices, prompting concerns over health and safety from travellers and crew. Slim-line designs, extra emergency exits and creative placing of galleys and toilets are all playing their part in the great seat squeeze, say industry watchers.


  18. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: The Law, Technology and Social ImplicationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 9 | Crain's New York Business

    The Aeronautics Committee of the New York City Bar Association and Vaughn College are hosting a panel discussion on unmanned aerial vehicles . The expert panel consists of drone pilots, aerospace safety engineers, experts in drone law and privacy advocates: * Brendan Schulman: Special Counsel - Kramer, Levin, Naftalis & Frankel LLP * Keith Hagy: Director - Engineering and Air Safety - Air Line Pilots Association * Jay Stanley: Senior Policy Analyst - ACLU Speech, Privacy and Technology Project * Loretta Alkalay: Former Regional Counsel at Federal Aviation Administration * Douglas McQueen : Aviation Attorney at LeClair Ryan Unmanned aircraft are seeing increased use in a variety of fields.


  19. AOPA Fly-In: Salinas, May 16, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | AOPA Pilot

    An immaculate P-51 Mustang, just rebuilt by David Teeters' Airmotive Specialties at Salinas, rests after its second test flight. Perhaps you've flown into Salinas Municipal Airport for the California International Airshow, held at the airport each fall and which marks its thirty-fifth anniversary this year-or for lunch at the Landing Zone Restaurant in the terminal building.


  20. Annual Report of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots AssociationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 6 | AOPA Pilot

    AOPA is a membership organization first and foremost. We're accountable to you, our members, and that's why we take this space in the magazine to bring you up to speed on our progress and priorities.