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  1. The Revised Provisions on the Administration of Business Licensing for General AviationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | jdsupra.com

    The Ministry of Transportation issued the revised Provisions on the Administration of Business Licensing for General Aviation on April 7, 2016. Order No.

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  2. General aviation squeezedRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 21 | The Otago Daily Times

    General aviation operators based at Queenstown Airport are being pushed aside to clear airspace for larger aircraft, Queenstown-Milford User Group chairman Hank Sproull says. The Air Milford owner and chief pilot says the Civil Aviation Authority reclassification of the airport's controlled airspace from Class D to Class C, set to come into effect on November 1, will have a big impact on the general aviation community.

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  3. Flying cars almost anyone can drive - and fly - just took a big...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | National Post

    Flying cars almost anyone can drive - and fly - just took a big step closer to becoming legal in the U .S. It looks like a goofy mosquito, its fat cockpit shoving through the wind while aloft, its wings folded up like a dragonfly while grounded. And it marks the biggest step toward a real, commercial flying car.

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  4. Scientists have discovered an ancient city that may be a terrible omen for modern civilizationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Archaeologists have discovered several medieval cities, buried beneath the forest floor in Cambodia: The largest is said to rival the modern Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh, in size. It's a monumental discovery, based on two major archaeological surveys of the area around Siem Reap, not far from the famous temple complex of Angkor Wat in the heartlands of the ancient Khmer culture.

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  5. New FAA rules mean you won't get Amazon drone delivery anytime soonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | ComputerWorld

    The Federal Aviation Administration has published long-awaited rules that loosen restrictions on commercial use of drones but don't go as far as allowing drone delivery services like those proposed by Amazon. The rules , scheduled to take effect in late August, replace temporary restrictions that have required thousands of companies to apply for special permission to use drones as part of their job.

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  6. Aviation Expo Moving to Palm Springs International AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Flying

    Last year's Flying Aviation Expo drew thousands to the desert community of Palm Springs, California, for informational seminars, brand demonstrations and the chance to mingle with like-minded aviation enthusiasts. Flying Aviation Expo will return once again to beautiful Palm Springs, California, this fall, but with a couple of notable changes.

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  7. X-57, all new NASA environment-friendly electric airplane project unveiledRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Bay Area Business Woman

    An all-electric plane, with the ability to cruise efficiently at 175 MPH, using battery-powered motors, as been announced by NASA, with the designation of X-57, according to Fox News . The "X" in the plane's name puts it into the same type of experimental aircraft as the X-1, the plane that Chuck Yeager used to first break the sound barrier back in 1947.

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  8. Flying Cars Inch Closer to Being LegalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | News Max

    Flying pickup-truck size cars may become a reality by the end of the decade, thanks to a ruling recently issued by the Federal Aviation Administration . The agency put Terrafugia Inc.'s Transition prototype into the "light sport aircraft" category, exempting the vehicle from the same rules and requirements as standard airplanes.

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  9. FAA rules to clear way for routine commercial drone flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | WTNH

    ... 400 feet. The minimum age for commercial operators would be 16. The rules would still prevent delivery drones from flying across cities and suburbs clasping small packages, in part because that would entail flying over people. Amazon and Google ...

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  10. Obama administration nears approval for commercial drone useRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | The Chronicle-Telegram

    ... near airports would have to get special permission first. The rules would still prevent delivery drones from flying across cities and suburbs clasping small packages, in part because that would entail flying over people. Amazon and Google ...

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  11. Grossglockner Challenge gathered 300 Can-Am Spyder drivers from all over EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 2 | PR Newswire

    Participants enjoyed the technical aspects in the production of these high-performance engines. & CIS, made a donation of 5,000 to the Altmunster voluntary fire service.

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  12. NASA Electric Plane Gets X Number and New NameRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | PowerPulse

    With 14 electric motors turning propellers and all of them integrated into a uniquely-designed wing, NASA will test new propulsion technology using an experimental airplane now designated the X-57 and nicknamed "Maxwell." NASA Administrator Charles Bolden highlighted the agency's first X-plane designation in a decade during his keynote speech Friday in Washington at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics annual Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition, commonly called Aviation 2016.

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  13. BRP'S contest: The oldest certified Rotax aircraft engine still in operation worldwide was foundRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 31, 2015 | PR Newswire

    His aircraft engine with the serial number 36351 was produced in 1991 and is still in operation. Each participant had to provide a copy of the log book and latest proof of maintenance as well as personal contact information to his nearest authorized Rotax aircraft engine distributor.

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  14. FAA rules will clear way for routine commercial drone flightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    ... 400 feet. The minimum age for commercial operators would be 16. The rules would still prevent delivery drones from flying across cities and suburbs clasping small packages, in part because that would entail flying over people. Amazon and Google ...

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  15. FAA rules to clear way for routine commercial dronesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | WTOP-FM Washington

    ... 400 feet. The minimum age for commercial operators would be 16. The rules would still prevent delivery drones from flying across cities and suburbs clasping small packages, in part because that would entail flying over people. Amazon and Google ...

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  16. CATMEDIAs Stunning Success Scores the Stevie Awards in Atlanta, GA.Read the original story

    Tuesday Jun 21 | Digital Post Production

    CATMEDIA is on a winning-streak this year as CATMEDIA came home with The Stevie Awards for Fastest Growing Company of the Year and Executive of the Year , preeminent business awards that recognize the best in American business. This year, the American Business Award Committee hosted their 14th annual Stevie Awards in New York to present winners, such as CATMEDIA, with their titles and trophies.

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  17. MH370 debris hunter Blaine Gibson: 'We have to solve this mystery'Read the original story

    Tuesday Jun 21 | GantDaily.com

    The man who has traveled across the Indian Ocean finding potential pieces of debris from missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, including a number of personal items, says he won't stop until the mystery is solved. Blaine Gibson, a U.S. lawyer from Seattle, is spearheading a self-funded hunt for the missing plane in an exhaustive search that has taken him from the Maldives to Mauritius and Myanmar.

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  18. Flying cars take step closer to being legalRead the original story

    Monday Jun 20 | Columbia Daily Herald

    It looks like a goofy mosquito, its fat cockpit shoving through the wind while aloft, its wings folded up like a dragonfly while grounded. And it marks the biggest step toward a real, commercial flying car.

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  19. NASA Electric Research Plane Gets X Number, New NameRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 20 | Space News From SpaceDaily.Com

    This artist's concept of NASA's X-57 Maxwell aircraft shows the plane's specially designed wing and 14 electric motors. NASA Aeronautics researchers will use the Maxwell to demonstrate that electric propulsion can make planes quieter, more efficient and more environmentally friendly.

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  20. Lockheed Martin Continues To Support Advancement Of Women In AviationRead the original story

    Monday Jun 20 | Aero-News Network

    Lockheed Martin's Information Systems & Global Solutions' Flight Services Program is a major sponsor of the 40th Air Race Classic , the annual all-woman cross-country airplane race taking off on Tuesday, June 21, 2016. The mission of the race, a four-day, 2,700-mile event featuring 130 women pilots, is to encourage and educate current and future female pilots, increase public awareness of general aviation and demonstrate women's roles in aviation.

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