Flying Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Pancakes & plane rides with a car show on the sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 13 | Pipestone County Star

    ... we started about an hour and 35 minutes late, and still got 82 kids up," he said on Monday. Giving kids exposure to flying is the objective of the Chapter's outreach program. They'll do 12-14 rallies each summer, donating their time, planes and fuel ...

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  2. Newport Corp (NEWP) and Kaman Corporation (KAMN) Head-To-Head SurveyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 13 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Newport Corp and Kaman Corporation are both industrials companies, but which is the superior business? We will compare the two companies based on the strength of their valuation, analyst recommendations, risk, dividends, earnings, institutional ownership and profitability. Kaman Corporation has a consensus price target of $56.67, indicating a potential upside of 12.75%.

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  3. First Officer in Miracle on the Hudson Landing to Speak at Mayo ClinicRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 13 | Newswise

    ROCHESTER, Minn. The Mayo Clinic Division of Preventive, Occupational and Aerospace Medicine has announced that pilot Jeff Skiles will be the speaker at the fourth J. Richard Hickman Jr., M.D., M.P.H., Lectureship.

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  4. Nigeria: Senate Lampoons Nigeria's Aviation SectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 13 | AllAfrica.com

    ... in Nigeria." Na' Allah, who sympathised with the pilots, stared in the face by joblessness as a result of limited flying experience, said: " The industry is built more on safety consideration and not brilliance exhibited by any pilot while in ...

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  5. Volunteers help victims after devastating hurricane strikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 13 | Salisbury Journal

    Volunteers from Serve On, based at Salisbury fire station, and Team Rubicon UK in Chilmark headed out to the region after the category five hurricane struck causing thousands of people to be evacuated with buildings destroyed and major flooding. Twisted steel hangars, mangled light aircraft, a destroyed helicopter hanging in trees, and battered boats were scenes that greeted volunteers at Terrance B Lettsome airport on Beef Island in the British Virgin Islands on Sunday.

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  6. Police probe low flying aircraft during Party at the PalaceRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 13 | Falkirk Herald

    Police are appealing for information after two micro light aircraft flew over the event area at Party at the Palace. One aircraft flew low over on the Sunday night during the set of Amy Macdonald forcing the Scottish singer to stop in her tracks.

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  7. Wax on, melt offRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | EurekAlert!

    Drexel University researchers have made a discovery that could create roads that deice themselves during winter storms. Their secret? -- Adding a little paraffin wax to the road's concrete mix.

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  8. Seattle Avionics Announces Low-Cost Merlin ADS-B ReceiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | AVweb

    The president of the largest benefit flying organization in the U.S. says help is welcome from private aircraft owners in the enormous... If you're always flying the magenta line and arriving via pre-loaded RNAV approaches, maybe you're not working hard enough. In... The International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading Foundation is giving $10,000 to Women in Aviation International to expand... The impulse is to help and pilots have the tools to do a tremendous amount of good in crisis situations but they can also do a lot of... Landing in the trees is hardly ever a first choice, but it worked out for one pilot on Monday morning.

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  9. Non-League Football: Boss Stone calls on Ely City to show more fight...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 13 | Ely Standard

    Brady Stone has challenged his Ely City players to show more fight after a second-half capitulation sent them to a 2-0 defeat to Godmanchester Rovers last night. The Robins had the better of the chances in the first period and arguably should have gone into the break a goal to the good but collapsed in the second half and slipped to their fourth defeat of the season courtesy of a Jack Chandler double.

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  10. Armstrong plane set for restorationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Tribune-Chronicle

    An experimental aircraft flown by astronaut Neil Armstrong is going on a journey across Ohio so that the 60-year-old plane can be restored. The rare aircraft has been a fixture at the Armstrong Air and Space Museum in the western Ohio city of Wapakoneta where Armstrong grew up.

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  11. Senate lampoons Nigeria's aviation sectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Vanguard

    ... in Nigeria." Na' Allah, who sympathised with the pilots, stared in the face by joblessness as a result of limited flying experience, said: " The industry is built more on safety consideration and not brilliance exhibited by any pilot while in ...

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  12. Naples Airport Clean-Up BeginsRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 12 | AVweb

    The president of the largest benefit flying organization in the U.S. says help is welcome from private aircraft owners in the enormous... If you're always flying the magenta line and arriving via pre-loaded RNAV approaches, maybe you're not working hard enough. In... The International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading Foundation is giving $10,000 to Women in Aviation International to expand... The impulse is to help and pilots have the tools to do a tremendous amount of good in crisis situations but they can also do a lot of... Landing in the trees is hardly ever a first choice, but it worked out for one pilot on Monday morning.

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  13. Podcast: How To Help In Florida And TexasRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | AVweb

    The president of the largest benefit flying organization in the U.S. says help is welcome from private aircraft owners in the enormous... If you're always flying the magenta line and arriving via pre-loaded RNAV approaches, maybe you're not working hard enough. In... The International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading Foundation is giving $10,000 to Women in Aviation International to expand... The impulse is to help and pilots have the tools to do a tremendous amount of good in crisis situations but they can also do a lot of... Landing in the trees is hardly ever a first choice, but it worked out for one pilot on Monday morning.

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  14. The Bushplane OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Air & Space

    ... and landing of 116 feet - 116 feet! - Breeden retains his title, beating a number of skillful pilots who are also flying Super Cubs. But unlike most of his competitors, Breeden doesn't have tens of thousands of hours in his logbook and grizzly bear ...

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  15. House Slated to Debate Air Traffic Control Privatization As Deadline LoomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Government Executive

    House lawmakers are preparing in the coming days to debate a proposal that would spin off the nation's air traffic controllers to a nonprofit entity, but its fate is uncertain in light of a tight deadline to reauthorize the Federal Aviation Administration and resistance in the Senate. President Trump and House Transportation Committee Chairman Bill Shuster, R-Pa., introduced a proposal earlier this year to privatize the FAA's air traffic control operations as part of the agency's annual reauthorization.

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  16. Tree Saves Cessna PilotRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 12 | AVweb

    As Hurricane Irma raged up the west coast of Florida, images of the storm were pouring from news sites and it's inevitable that... If you're always flying the magenta line and arriving via pre-loaded RNAV approaches, maybe you're not working hard enough. In... The International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading Foundation is giving $10,000 to Women in Aviation International to expand... AVweb's Geoff Rapoport spoke with founder Xylon Saltzman about One-G Simulation's first foray into virtual reality with their simulator... Landing in the trees is hardly ever a first choice, but it worked out for one pilot on Monday morning.

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  17. B-17G Heavy Bomber Open To Public At BrainardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | The Hartford Courant

    A rare flying example of the best known bomber of World War II is scheduled to arrive Sept. 14 at Hartford's Brainard Airport, where it be open to the public Sept.

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  18. Looking for a job? FEMA is hiring throughout Texas for storm recoveryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | Star-Telegram.com

    An army of volunteers is using general aviation planes, including this World War II vintage DC-3, based in Fort Worth, to take supplies to Gulf Coast residents trying to recover from Hurricane Harvey. An army of volunteers is using general aviation planes, including this World War II vintage DC-3, based in Fort Worth, to take supplies to Gulf Coast residents trying to recover from Hurricane Harvey.

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  19. The Big Lie: ATC Stuck in the 1960sRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | The House of Rapp

    ... Visit any Center and you'll find modern computers have replaced all that old stuff. From trainers to airliners, we're flying almost exclusively based on satellite navigation. That didn't even exist in the early 80s, let alone the 1960s! Our airways ...

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  20. Plane piloted by Neil Armstrong being moved for restorationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 12 | The Review

    An experimental aircraft flown by astronaut Neil Armstrong is going on a journey across Ohio so that the 60-year-old plane can be restored. The rare aircraft has been a fixture at the Armstrong Air and Space Museum in the western Ohio city of Wapakoneta where Armstrong grew up.

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