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  1. Squawk BingoRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Flying

    Charlie is retired from IBM and flies his Cessna 172 nearly every good weather day. He keeps it at the Portland International Jetport in Portland, Maine.

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  2. Columbus-based Wings Over the Border to host conventionRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Deming Headlight

    A flying Jennie hangs above the Pancho Vllla State Park Exhibition Hall in Columbus, N. M. The Jennies were first used by the U.S. Army Air Service during the Punitive Expedition in the hunt for Mexican General Francisco "Pancho" Villa. COLUMBUS >> The International Cessna 170 Association, the largest airplane club of its kind in North America, will hold its annual convention in Deming in July of 2017, announced club member Mary McClain.

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  3. Circumnavigating the globe in a Volvo and 15 other things that took less time than this electionRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | National Post

    With Prime Minister Stephen Harper launching an early election, Canadians have been condemned to endure 78 straight days of campaigning until October 19. It's the longest election in modern Canadian history, and to provide perspective, the National Post has compiled this list of things that don't take nearly as long. 28 days Lifespan of a housefly .

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  4. French report documented crashes of plane type in Milwaukee crashRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Boston.com

    French aviation authorities released a report last year documenting a number of crashes involving the same make and model as the airplane that crashed last week in Milwaukee, killing a Wenham businessman and his 18-year-old daughter. The BEA, the French agency responsible for airplane safety investigations, did not conclude that the Socata TBM 700, a powerful single-engine turboprop that has been manufactured in France since the late 1980s, was unsafe.

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  5. Bridging the Military-Civilian Divide: Some Thoughts From the Military SideRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Atlantic

    I am storing a batch of recent incoming email in the digital counterpart of a cooling-off tank. The messages have arrived in response to the items I ran last month on the tragic episode in which an Air Force F-16 fighter jet crashed into a civilian Cessna 150 single-engine propeller plane near Charleston, South Carolina.

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  6. Textron Aviation's Billings Fall by $122 Million in First HalfRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Airport Business

    July 31--Textron Aviation's general aircraft billings through the first six months of the year were down more than $120 million, or 9.3 percent, compared to first half of 2014, according to figures released Friday by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. Textron actually shipped more planes in 2015 than in the first half of 2014, with big gains in the piston aircraft segment, particularly the Cessna 172S Skyhawk.

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  7. Long Island man who parked his PLANE in driveway faces $2,500 fine...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 1 | Daily Mail

    Long Island man who parked his PLANE in driveway faces $2,500 fine after neighbors call police about the eyesore A Long Island man who decided to avoid storage fees by parking his nearly 40-foot- wide plane at his house is facing thousands in fines from his annoyed neighbors. Harold Guretzky, 69, has parked the Cessna he restored in his Oceanside, New York, driveway after not wanting to pay $150 a month at Republic Airport several towns away.

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  8. NASA crashing planes, developing rescue techRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | WXYZ

    NASA researchers are developing the next generation of search and rescue technology - and, in order to do that, they are studying what happens when they drop a Cessna 172 aircraft from 100 feet in the air. The plan is to strengthen the reliability of emergency locator transmitters.

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  9. Two More Vie For "Oldest Pilot" TitleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | AVweb

    No doubt about it, Red Sox fans, Boston loves baseball! And here's a NOTAM to prove it: ... !FDC 5/2196 BOS STAR GENERAL EDWARD LAWRENCE... Here's a funny exchange I heard on the radio. ... Cessna Pilot : "Charlotte Approach, Cessna 12345 at... A gift of $30 million from the Boeing Company and Mr. and Mrs. William E. Boeing Jr. to the Museum of Flight is "unprecedented," the... Don't companies come to AirVenture to show off their stuff? We're not sure Icon is one of them.

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  10. Textron Aviationa s billings fall by $122 million in first halfRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 23, 2015 | The Wichita Eagle

    Textron Aviation's general aircraft billings through the first six months of the year were down more than $120 million, or 9.3 percent, compared to first half of 2014, according to figures released Friday by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. Textron actually shipped more planes in 2015 than in the first half of 2014, with big gains in the piston aircraft segment, particularly the Cessna 172S Skyhawk.

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  11. Oceanside Man Parks Plane in Driveway to Avoid Airport FeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Patch.com

    Neighbors and government officials don't approve of the move, but the owner believes it's no worse than keeping a boat in the driveway. An Oceanside man is in trouble with his neighbors and the local government after he parked a plane in his driveway to avoid paying airport fees, according to multiple reports.

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  12. Everyone Just Shut Up And Let This Man Keep His Plane In His DrivewayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Jalopnik

    Maybe this says a lot about me, but most of the time when people use the term 'eyesore,' I either have no idea what they're talking about, or it's directed at me. In this case, the term is being used to refer to an Oceanside, Long Island man's small airplane, which is parked in his driveway.

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  13. Summons delays Oceanside man's flight planRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | Newsday

    Hempstead Town officials issued Harold Guretzky a summons to appear in court for parking his 24-foot-long Cessna 152 in his Oceanside driveway. Guretzky, seen on July 31, 2015, has a Sept.

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  14. Residents angry over plane parked in Oceanside drivewayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 31 | News12.com

    Harold Guretzky moved his Cessna from Republic Airport to his Oceanside driveway about a month ago. (July 31, 2015 11:21 AM) Guretzky had lost his student pilot license for health reasons and no longer wanted to pay $150 a month in storage fees.

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  15. Epic Flight Academy Takes Delivery Of Frasca FTDsRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 30 | Aero-News Network

    Epic Flight Academy, New Smyrna Beach, FL has taken delivery of two Frasca Flight Training Devices . The FTDs include a TruFlite PA44 Seminole and upgrades to their TruFlite Cessna 172 FTD.

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  16. Man parks plane in drivewayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 25 | MyFoxNY

    A Long Island man has angered some neighbors, and faces big fines, after deciding to park his Cessna in his driveway of a quiet residential neighborhood. Harold Guretzky lives in Oceanside.

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  17. Pilot hated by neighbors for storing Cessna in drivewayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | New York Post

    A Long Island aviator has turned his suburban driveway into a private tarmac - and the pilot is now Public Enemy No. 1 with his neighbors and town officials.

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  18. Mokulele adds Kona, Molokai flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | West Hawaii Today

    The family owned and operated airline has quadrupled the daily flights since 2011 when Mokulele was purchased from Mesa Airlines. Mokulele has been in business since 1994 and is based at Kona International Airport with about 250 employees.

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  19. Video: Video: NASA flies a plane into the ground -- for your safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | MarketWatch

    NASA crash tests a second Cessna 172 plane as part of a plan to improve emergency location transmitters and avoid incidents like the missing MH370 jet. Photo: AP

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  20. NASA dropped a plane from 100 feet in order to save livesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 30 | Mashable

    NASA dropped a Cessna 172 from 100 feet onto a concrete pad in order to test the ability of emergency locator transmitters to survive a crash. The test took place on July 29 at the Langley Landing and Impact Research Facility in Hampton, Virginia.

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