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  1. Huntington man accused in Fla. of 2-decade ID theftRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Journal Gazette

    He had a wife and a teenage son, owned property and "worked odd jobs," according to the Tampa Bay Times.


  2. OSHKOSH: Garmin announces surprise certification milestone for G5 displayRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Flight Global

    Garmin has announced a surprise certification milestone for the G5 flight display designed as a digital replacement for vacuum-driven instruments in old general aviation aircraft. "For all aging aircraft out there that didn't think they could afford a glass cockpit, this changes everything," says Jim Alpiser, director of aviation aftermarket sales for Garmin.


  3. EAA Airventure Race comes to WausauRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | WAOW

    Early morning rain could not stop a group of aviators from racing across the Midwestern United States and into Wausau's Downtown Airport. Aviation fans were treated to a showing of some world-class aircraft later in the day when the weather cleared up.


  4. Groton to seek permission to create Airport Development ZoneRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Day

    Groton - The town plans to file an application by the end of this month to create an airport development zone around Groton-New London Airport, which could provide tax breaks to manufacturing and other businesses that locate within a 2-mile radius and create a potential economic gain for the region. If approved, the zone would make it possible for a manufacturing or airport-related business to receive a tax exemption of 80 percent of assessed value for five years.


  5. US man left his family to start a new one with a dead man's identity, police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Richard Hoagland is accused of stealing a dead man's identity and using it to lead a new life in Florida. Photo / Pasco County Sheriff's Office via Washington Post He had a wife and a teenage son, owned property and "worked odd jobs," according to the Tampa Bay Times.


  6. You gotta give the airport its propsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Daily Gazette

    A Van's RV6/6A single engine aircraft comes in for a landing Saturday morning at the Whiteside County Airport. A large group of pilots used the airport to practice flying in formation for the upcoming Experimental Aircraft Association Fly-In in Oshkosh Wisconsin.


  7. OSHKOSH: Kit designer turns to unruly Chinese aviation marketRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Flight Global

    ... (FAA's) special airworthiness certificate for amateur-built designs. Several dozen kit-built aircraft are already flying illegally in Chinese airspace by amateur enthusiasts, Chao says. Since China currently has no regulations allowing or banning ...


  8. He left his family to start a new one with a dead man's identity, police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    Richard Hoagland is accused of stealing a dead man's identity and using it to lead a new life in Florida. He had a wife and a teenage son, owned property and "worked odd jobs," according to the Tampa Bay Times .


  9. Sunlight powers a globetrotting flightRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | CBS News

    A remarkable aircraft is winging Its way across the Middle East this morning bound for Abu Dhabi, completing a round-the-world flight. As our David Pogue of Yahoo Tech will explain, it's a light aircraft in more ways than one - its impossible mission fueled by not a single drop of gas.


  10. Privatizing threatens airportsRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Observer

    With approximately 7,000 planes in flight over the United States at any given time, the nation's air traffic control system is among the most vital functions that our government carries out every day. In New York, access to safe and affordable flights is integral to our local economy.


  11. Legislators Will Study Future Of Hartford's Brainard AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant

    ... aviation unit is headquartered there as is the central district major crime squad. WETHERSFIELD - For decades, low-flying aircraft from nearby Hartford-Brainard Airport have disturbed the otherwise peaceful ambience of Old Wethersfield, home of the ...


  12. Airport Authority receives update on Jetport operations under FBORead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cleveland Daily Banner

    Cleveland Municipal Airport Authority members received an update on how things are going with the new fixed-base operator and maintenance provider. CLEVELAND MUNICIPAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY member, from left, Lynn DeVault, talks to FBO General manager Nora Cole as Andreas Montgomery of Montgomery Aero Enterprise at the maintenance hangar at the Cleveland Regional Jetport.


  13. Sunlight powers an aviation milestoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBS News

    ... than one: Some achievements are considered impossible -- right up until the moment someone does them, like building a flying machine, or walking on the Moon ... or building an airplane powered only by the Sun. The Solar Impulse is on an impossible ...


  14. Family says identity thief took more than their dead brother's name from themRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | St. Petersburg Times

    Richard Hoagland, left, is accused of stealing the identity of Terry Jude Symansky, right, who disappeared from Indiana about 25 years ago and was declared dead in 2003. [Pasco County Sheriff's Office] His parents wanted their children to be proud of their Polish heritage, but Edward was the only one of his siblings to keep the family name as an adult.


  15. BMW 1-Series sedan, Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, Jeep Wrangler Salute: This Week's Top PhotosRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | MotorAuthority

    You may have missed it but BMW this week unveiled a new 1-Series sedan . Unfortunately the German automaker has no plans to sell the car outside of China, at least for the time being.


  16. Hurdles emerge for motocross trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Tehachapi News

    Assistant City Manager Chris Kirk outlines some of the requirements needed to build a possible motocross track near the Event Center and Tehachapi Airport. The Tehachapi City Council voted to obtain an appraisal on some 13 acres of land near the Events Center to move forward on possibly building a motocross track there.


  17. With new exec director, Augusta airport aims for continued growth, community partnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Star

    Staff Photo by Anthony Hooker Travelers make their way through Augusta Regional Airport on Friday. The airport, which serves the Central Savannah River Area, has an estimated economic impact on the region of $269 million, according to airport officials.


  18. Pod Rods: a smoking electric with speed!; some classic cars on...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | The Florida Times-Union

    Pod Rods looks at what tequila and a car company have in common; some very cool Jeeps; a NASCAR Land Rover; and a broken hypercar video. -- Thousands saw Hans-Joachim Stuck at this past March's Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance, along with a display of some of his most famous racing machinery.


  19. Greenville Airport Commission elects new chairmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | WMBF

    Jim Wall will serve as the new Chairman of the Greenville Airport Commission, which owns and operates the Greenville Downtown Airport (GMU). GMU is the busiest general aviation airport in South Carolina, and is home to Greenville Jet Center as well as 25 other aviation-related businesses.


  20. William (Bill) Kenneth Stewart, 1933 - 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Tehachapi News

    Bill Stewart, a dynamic force and personality in Bear Valley Springs for over 40 years, passed away on June 15, 2016, in Los Angeles at the age of 82. He will always be remembered as a generous, fun-loving, hard-working, enthusiastic, larger-than-life character who lived his life to the fullest. Bill was born in July 1933 in Detroit, Mich., where he was raised.