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  1. Georgia start-up developing new airplane Source: Cox Media GroupRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | WPXI

    Since Richard Hogan was a boy, watching military planes fly from the Air Force base not far from his home, he's been drawing designs for new aircraft. "He said, 'Richard, your eyes aren't good enough'" to be a pilot .

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  2. Desert Jet Adds Third Citation CJ3 to its Growing Charter FleetRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 15 | PRWeb

    Leading business aviation services company Desert Jet is pleased to announce the addition of a third Citation CJ3 to its charter fleet. The addition of this luxurious light jet brings Desert Jet's fleet to ten jet aircraft based throughout Southern California to serve its clientele.

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  3. Split Third Circuit Decision Revives Claims Arising From Fatal 2005 Cessna CrashRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 13 | JD Supra

    In a decision likely to have far-reaching effects in the aviation industry, the Third Circuit in Sikkelee v. Precision Airmotive Corp. , - F.3d , 2018 WL 5289702 , recently held that state-law claims brought against an aircraft engine manufacturer were not conflict preempted by federal law.

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  4. Chinese Flight School To Convert C172 Aircraft To Jet-A EnginesRead the original story

    Monday Nov 12 | Aero-News Network

    Continental Motors Group, an AVIC International Holding LTD company, has signed a fleet conversion agreement with Qingdao Jiutian International Flight School. This converts their current fleet of Cessna 172 aircraft equipped with gasoline engines, to Jet-A burning engines manufactured by Continental Motors.

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  5. FAA: Hoversurf Meets Requirements For Part 103 AircraftRead the original story

    Friday Nov 9 | Aero-News Network

    The FAA has made a determination that the Hoversurf Hoverbike S3 meets the applicability requirements of 103.1 , , and . That makes the device an ultralight aircraft, and it can be flown by someone who does not hold a pilot certificate.

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  6. Making sense of Missouri after the midtermsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 10 | Salon.com

    I'm probably the only person on the planet who remembers an editorial in The New York Times back in 1971 or 1972 criticizing Harold Geneen, the president and CEO of ITT, International Telephone and Telegraph. Over a decade-plus, Geneen had had taken ITT from the 52nd largest company in the United States to the 9th largest.

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  7. Furbush flies in the sky and on the football fieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 10 | Toledo Blade

    The final snap of Michigan's 2018 season won't just signify the end of the program's 139th year. It will also represent the closing chapter of Noah Furbush's football career.

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  8. Clacton Airfield: Landing planes came within 10ft mid-airRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 10 | BBC News

    Two light aircraft came within just a few metres of each other as they came down to land after neither of the pilots heard the other's radio calls. As a Cessna-152 was landing at Clacton Airfield, Essex, on 23 June, its pilot saw a C42 fly about 10ft above it.

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  9. Teen takes to the skies aged 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 9 | Western Telegraph

    HE CAN'T legally drive a car yet but this Goodwick teenager took to the skies in a Cessna 150 for his first solo flight just a week after his 16th birthday. At 16 Ysgol Bro Gwaun pupil, Merion John, was delighted to have reached the age where you can legally fly solo in the UK.

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  10. Trainee pilots in fatal mid-air crash had 'limited' chance to see each other, probe findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 8 | Bucksfreepress.co.uk

    Two trainee pilots involved in a fatal mid-air crash had "limited" opportunity to see each other, an investigation has found. Both two-seater aircraft - a Cessna 152 plane and Guimbal Cabri G2 helicopter - were engaged in training flights with instructors at the time of the crash.

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  11. Aviation Dream Jobs: Owning A Specialty Flight Training SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 4 | AVweb

    Charles Welden grew up in Alabama watching a seaplane come and go off of Lake Martin and thinking it was the coolest thing he'd ever seen. He learned to fly and eventually bought a Cessna 150/150 so he could figure out flying seaplanes himself.

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  12. Amanda Curless: Clearing Obstacles and Climbing HighRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 5 | Flying

    Amanda Curless, 29, is a student pilot at ATP's Daytona Beach, Florida, training center. She completed her first solo on September 25, 2018, and hopes to earn all of her instructor ratings by spring so she can start building the flight time she'll need to become an airline pilot.

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  13. I flew on a $10 million Embraer Phenom 300E and I now see why it's...Read the original story

    Monday Nov 5 | Silicon Alley Insider

    The Embraer Phenom 300E made its world debut last October at the National Business Aviation Association conference and exhibition in Las Vegas. The Embraer Phenom 300 has been an unqualified success since its debut in 2010.

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  14. Aircraft Management Company RAI Jets Installs New Door for Super...Read the original story

    Monday Nov 5 | PRWeb

    RAI Jets LLC in Kalamazoo has added a new, larger service door to their main hangar at the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International airport to welcome super mid-size jets into an easily accessible, newly remodeled hangar place to manage or store their aircraft. "Cessna owners are finding RAI to be a safe, dependable alternative to OEMs or larger MROs for their aircraft maintenance," said David Riley, director of operations at RAI Jets.

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  15. Paragon Enhances Their Training with New ALSIM AL172 SimulatorRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 31 | AVweb

    Wednesday, October 31st, 2018 - ALSIM is happy to announce the sale of an AL172 simulator to Paragon Flight Training in Fort Myers, Florida. This will be the third Alsim simulator in the state of Florida since its US office opened in mid-2017.

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  16. On Team Trump, it's welfare for the wealthy, contempt for US workersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 2 | The Las Vegas Sun

    This week, the White House's senior economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, revealed that he thinks that minimum wage is a "terrible idea" at the federal level and he "would argue against" it even at the state and local levels. In making his statements, he cited the old conservative argument that the base wage squelches business growth by adding to the cost of labor.

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  17. USS Midway seeks Saigon airlift refugeesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 2 | RSM News

    Scott McGaugh tells the media about the USS Midway Museum's new permanent exhibit at a press conference on Wednesday. Planes are on display on the flight deck of the retired USS Midway, on display at The Navy Pier in San Diego.

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  18. Light aircraft 'dived' to avoid helicopter in CambridgeshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 31 | Newsday

    A flying instructor "immediately dived" to avoid a helicopter on a "collision course" with an aircraft flown by his student, a report said. The Cessna 150 instructor took control when he saw the helicopter at the same level and less than 100m away over Cambridgeshire in May. He said he did not know if the pilot of the helicopter, which has never been traced, saw the nearby aircraft.

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  19. In the Third Circuit, Preemption Does Not Mean PreemptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 31 | JD Supra

    The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has once again considered whether state law tort claims based on defects in aviation products are preempted by federal law. This time, in a 2-1 decision, the court ruled that an engine manufacturer can be sued over a defective product design even though the aircraft's design was approved by the FAA and the components had a valid type certificate.

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  20. The Trouble With TrainersRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2018 | AVweb

    Here in Florida, September was the hottest month on record. Ever. So on Sunday, when the weather finally delivered the fall temperature break, I luxuriated in simply standing in front of the hangar for 10 minutes watching the world go by.

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