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  1. Planes causing nuisance over Ayer,Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | Groton Landmark

    David McCoy, an Ayer resident, has had issues with planes before. Back in the '90s, he had to deal with aerobatic planes flying over his house.

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  2. Single Predator B Rpa Amasses 20,000 Flight HoursRead the original story

    Monday Jan 12 | ThomasNet

    Total GA-ASI Predator B Deliveries Nears 230 SAN DIEGO General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. , a leading manufacturer of Remotely Piloted Aircraft systems, radars, and electro-optic and related mission systems solutions, today announced that a Predator B/MQ-9 Reaper RPA has reached a record 20,000 flight hours on a single aircraft, signifying the highest flight time of any Predator B. The milestone was achieved while performing a 17-hour combat mission in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan on December 23. "Accumulating 20,000 hours on a lone Predator B airframe is a major engineering milestone that can be traced back to our talented and resourceful GA-ASI Engineering team, who continues to develop highly resilient, reliable, and affordable platforms that continue to keep warfighters safe every day overseas," said Linden P. Blue, CEO, GA-ASI.

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  3. Several Continuing Education classes will be offered beginning in FebruaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Gilmer Mirror

    To register for any of these courses, call Trudie Jackson at 903-983-8661 or e-mail her at tjackson@kilgore.edu for more details. The "Petroleum Landman Fundamentals" course will be held on Mondays and Tuesdays from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. for four weeks beginning Feb. 2 at the Bert E. Woodruff Adult Education Center in Kilgore.

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  4. Bombardier slashes 1000 U.S., Mexico jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Canada Online Explorer

    Bombardier Inc said Thursday it had suspended the development of its new Learjet 85 business aircraft, trimmed its forecasts for 2014 and cut 1,000 jobs in Mexico and the United States, sending its shares plummeting more than 20%. The Canadian plane and train maker said cash flow from aerospace operations would be about $800 million for 2014, below its previous forecast of between $1.2 billion and $1.6 billion, even though plane deliveries were a little more than expected.

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  5. Bombardier 'pauses' Learjet 85 program, lays off 1,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Deseret News

    Visitors look at a Bombardier Global Express XRS jet on display at the Farnborough International Airshow, Farnborough, England, Tuesday, July 20, 2010. Airplane maker Bombardier Inc. announced Thursday it will "pause" its Learjet 85 business jet program, cutting 1,000 jobs at its facilities in Kansas and Mexico.

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  6. NBAA Charities Announces Hank Hilsmann Memorial ScholarshipRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | PressReleasePoint

    NBAA Charities, in coordination with Dassault Falcon Jet Corp., CAE Simuflite and Flight Safety International, today announced the establishment of the Hank Hilsmann Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship was created to honor the memory of Hilsmann, whose strength of character inspired a high standard of caring in the business aviation community.

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  7. Taking flight - with some helpRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    ... W.Calderwood CD and the Commanding Officer of 363 Air Cadet Squadron, S.Lt. C. Schuszter CD. The award is for further flying training and is awarded to cadets who received their private pilot licences and Air Cadet Wings through the Air Cadet Flying ...

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  8. ATC cadets go bush in MarlboroughRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Marlborough Express

    While most 13 to 18-year-olds relax during their school holidays, more than 150 Air Training Corps cadets from across New Zealand are learning to fly solo, navigate and survive in the bush during the New Zealand Cadet Forces annual courses in Marlborough. This year, three courses ran from January 4 to 16, including a navigation course, a power flying course and a bushcraft course.

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  9. FAA to ramp up drone education, regulationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | KRNV-TV Reno

    It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a ... drone? More and more often, large commercial airliners are encountering small, unmanned aircraft flying through the sky, sometimes undetected by the human eye, and often invisible from the cockpit of a large airplane. According to Michael Huerta, head of the Federal Aviation Administration, regulations are in place to prevent drones from interfering with large aircraft -- but education about drone safety and regulation enforcement needs to be improved in order to actually keep airways safe.

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  10. H roux-Devtek reacts to Bombardier Learjet 85 announcementRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 15 | Canada NewsWire

    Heroux-Devtek is the developer and supplier of the complete landing gear system for the aircraft. "In the context of Bombardier's decision, Heroux-Devtek will carefully assess the situation and its potential impact on our operations.

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  11. ET Drone Home: Everything You Need to Know about Drones for Real Estate MarketingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Natl. Relocation & Real Estate

    For those old enough to remember ET , or for those introduced to the loveable alien by their parents, there's a scene where the little Extra Terrestrial muppet lifts his finger and says "home," as objects fly around the room. ET wasn't a pioneer of home marketing, but with the first REALTORA receiving FAA approval to fly a drone for real estate videography, he wasn't far from predicting a world of flying machines and a place we all call home .

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  12. There's a 'potentially favorable' business case to sell unleaded fuel at Hillsboro Airport, study findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 9 | The Oregonian

    ... "A few remarked that providing mogas to customers [who] could use it was good for the aviation industry by making flying more affordable," the study reads. "On the other hand, some respondents believed that many [general aviation] aircraft owners ...

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  13. WWII bomber takes to the air this weekend at Cecil AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | The Florida Times-Union

    Aluminum Overcast, a vintage B-17G Flying Fortress World War II era bomber takes off Thursday at Cecil Airport in Jacksonville. A rare World War II warbird is in Jacksonville this weekend for public tours and flights out of Cecil Airport at Aeronautical Circle off 103rd Street.

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  14. 3 Executives Charged In WV Chemical Spill Plead Not GuiltyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | Manufacturing.net

    The pleas come a day after an FBI affidavit was unsealed, saying Freedom Industries knew about critical flaws at its Charleston plant more than a decade before the spill, but never dealt with them. The company didn't craft required spill plans, it adds.

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  15. Airborne 01.08.15: AA Pilot Vote, Tiger Moth Aviatrix, GA Advocate Goes SoloRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 8 | Aero-News Network

    The pilots flying for the merged American Airlines and US Airways will soon be voting on a new contract in an effort to avoid arbitration and secure an initial pay raise. The contract is the final proposal offered by American Airlines Group in November.

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  16. Video: FlyEco's Smart DieselRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 6 | AVweb

    On New Year's Day 2014, my friends and I were flying to the CA-AZ RV fly-in at Lake Havasu. While crossing a "cold" MOA that was... A day of flight testing is supposed to end with everyone safe in their beds and the airplane reusable for another day.

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  17. Friends recall Forks man killed by carRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 9 | Peninsula Daily News

    An 82-year-old Forks man who died after being struck by a vehicle Wednesday was friendly to all and exceedingly generous, longtime friends recalled. James K. "Harold" Gunter died at Forks Community Hospital after being struck by a car on Forks Avenue near Division Street at about 11:10 a.m., city officials said.

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  18. 3 executives charged in W.Va. chem spill plead not guiltyRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 8 | Marietta Times

    The pleas come a day after an FBI affidavit was unsealed, saying Freedom Industries knew about critical flaws at its Charleston plant more than a decade before the spill, but never dealt with them. The company didn't craft required spill plans, it adds.

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  19. B-17 Flying Fortress coming to DeLandRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 8 | Daytona Beach News-Journal Online

    One of just 13 remaining airworthy B-17 Flying Fortresses will touch down in DeLand and offer ground tours and flight experiences Monday through Wednesday. The Experimental Aircraft Association is bringing the 65,000-pound bomber, dubbed "Aluminum Overcast," to DeLand Municipal Airport.

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  20. Plane flies over Iceland volcano spewing lava for the perfect action shotRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | Daily Mail

    ... longest and largest eruption in Iceland since 1783. While in the air, he was able to make contact with another plane flying around the volcano and ask them if he could take pictures of them. On board the little blue and white plane are sightseers, ...

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