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1. Tecnam Makes Progress on P2012 Program
(Aircraft/Plane reviews)
... the sign off from the FAA and EASA later this year and start delivering airplanes next year. Dan Wolf, founder and CEO of Cape Air, the launch customer for the P2012, recently visited the factory in Capua ...
Public comment period open until July 10. The final rule overhauling Part 23 Airworthiness Standards for GA aircraft officially took effect last summer. Recently the FAA issued 63 means of compliance (MOCs) ...
Low-altitude authorizations will allow for nearly instantaneous approvals for UAS operations. Under the FAA’s Part 107 rule, operators of small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) are required to obtain approval ...
The retrofit cockpit, in development since 2014, brings bizjet functionality to more of general aviation. BendixKing has received FAA certification for the AeroVue integrated flight deck in the Beechcraft ...
... the SureFly octocopter last week earned its experimental FAA certificate as the company works toward full FAA certification by the end of next year. No word yet on a new date for that first flight. While ...
... flight test hours. EASA and FAA certification are expected next year. (flyingmag.com) Photo credit: flyingmag.com  ...
... landed on the taxiway. The FAA is currently investigating the incident to see why the pilot was mistaken, as well as how close he actually came to causing an unimaginable accident. In an interview with ...
8. NATCA Supports AIRR Act
(Aviation news/Airlines)
... “remains open to considering any FAA reauthorization or FAA reform proposal, as long as it addresses the problems with the status quo and is not a for-profit model.” NATCA said it supports the provisions ...
A court-appointed panel will decide whether the FAA’s agreement with the city was legal. The outlook for the fate of Santa Monica Airport remains grim, but all hope is not lost. The U.S. Court of Appeals ...
The FAA approval allows the manufacturer to accelerate deliveries of the world’s first single-engine personal jet. The FAA today awarded Cirrus Aircraft the production certificate for the SF50 Vision, ...
The actor has already completed awareness training following his February runway incident at John Wayne Airport. The FAA has concluded that no further “enforcement action was warranted” in regard to Harrison ...
... of testing its Leidos UAS Notification Service, which was launched in September. The service is being tested as part of the FAA UAS Pathfinder Program with Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway, which uses ...
... approved by the FAA last summer. The G5 electronic flight instrument is designed to replace failure-prone mechanical gyro-driven attitude indicators as a standalone primary source of aircraft attitude ...
The FAA has thrown in the towel in the fight for Santa Monica Airport, striking a compromise deal with local officials that will permit the city to shorten the runway from about 5,000 feet to 3,500 feet ...
... VIP temporary flight restrictions such as this one a “blunt security tool” that pose challenges for business aviation, but nevertheless thanked the FAA, Transportation Security Administration and Secret ...
... of hours flying. But with bigger jets come more complications. Sharpe explained that the foundation is in the process of getting an FAA Letter of Deviation Authority (a "LODA") on the aircraft, which would ...
Despite the lack of finalized rules governing the operation of unmanned aircraft systems, the FAA is getting serious about managing the operations of UAS. The agency has proposed a fine of $1.9 million ...
As the FAA gets serious about stemming the threat of UAVs mixing in airspace with general aviation and airline traffic, the agency has appointed two new executives to head its UAS Integration Office. Retired ...
So far it's unconfirmed, but the FAA is taking seriously a report that a Piper twin was involved in a midair collision with a UAV over northern Illinois on August 27. Maybe we should be calling it a UFO, ...
20. ALPA Moves To Block Medical Reform Bill
(Aviation news/Airlines)
... about FAA reauthorization, which has been pushed off until September. The amendment looked as though it was gaining serious momentum until ALPA's sudden denunciation. The leadership at AOPA and the Experimental ...
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