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Thu, Aug 16, 2018

Aviation Stakeholders Urge Quick Passage Of Long-Term FAA Reauthorization

Bill Awaiting Action In The U.S. Senate

A group of aviation stakeholders has sent a letter to the leadership of the U.S. Senate urging quick action on a long-term reauthorization bill for the FAA.

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Thu, Aug 16, 2018

NTSB Recommends Additional Training For Turbulence Forecasts

Part Of An Ongoing Investigation Into A Fatal Accident Involving A Pilatus PC 12

The NTSB has issued two safety recommendations to the National Weather Service concerning forecasting low-level turbulence following an accident involving a Pilatus PC-12 which fatally injured three people.

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Thu, Aug 16, 2018

FAA Proposes To Discontinue HIWAS Services

Comment Period Open Through August 22

The FAA is requesting public comment on the agency's proposal to discontinue the Hazardous Inflight Weather Advisory Service (HIWAS).

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Thu, Aug 16, 2018

No Recovery Of Aircraft That Went Down In Alaska

National Park Service Says Getting To The Aircraft Is Too Risky

Recovery of an airplane that went down earlier this month in Denali National Park is too risky to attempt, according to the National Park Service.

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Thu, Aug 16, 2018

National Training Aircraft Symposium Tackles Pilot Shortage

Event Held At ERAU Daytona Beach Campus

A worldwide pilot shortage and new, innovative ways to enhance aviation training are key discussions this week in Daytona Beach, FL at the 2018 National Training Aircraft Symposium: The Changing Role of the Pilot, hosted by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

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Wed, Aug 15, 2018

True Course Simulations (TCS) - Read It, Watch It, And Do It

ERAU Prescott Uses A Faculty Developed Simulation Program To Improve Student Pilot Training

If you are an incoming flight student attending the Prescott campus of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, True Course Simulations (TCS) is now required as part of the private pilot coursework. TCS is intended to provide students with a convenient, less expensive and more effective set of tools for preparing, practicing and reinforcing flight training in order to get the maximum value from the costliest components, time with Instructor Pilots (IPs) and in-flight training.

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Wed, Aug 15, 2018

Garmin Expands Navigation Databases To Include South America

Compatible With Multiple Certified And Portable Systems

Garmin has added new, cost-effective Garmin Navigation Database information for South America. This database will soon be available in the newly expanded Americas OnePak, which offers coverage in North, Central and South America and provides database updates across all Garmin avionics and a portable in a single aircraft.

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Wed, Aug 15, 2018

Australia Implements New General Aviation Maintenance Rules

CASA Says The New Regulations Will Minimize The Regulatory Burden On General Aviation

The first step is being taken to develop a set of streamlined new maintenance regulations for Australia’s general aviation sector. New maintenance regulations will minimize the regulatory burden on general aviation, keep compliance costs as low as possible and be based on the best practices of other leading aviation nations.

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Wed, Aug 15, 2018

Utah Man Flies Airplane Into His Own Home

Sustains Fatal Injuries In The Intentional Act

A pilot who had been arrested on domestic violence charges was fatally injured when he intentionally flew an airplane into a home he owned in Utah where his wife and adult son were staying.

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Sat, Aug 11, 2018

‘Aviatrix’ Joins Airborne News’ Expanded Programming Roster For Fall 2018

New Airborne Program Highlights News & Features Dedicated To Women in the Aviation/Aerospace Community

The Aero-News Network, the producer of aviation’s longest running Daily aviation video news program series, Airborne, is pleased to announce the addition of ‘Airborne-Aviatrix’ to this year’s upcoming production schedule. It is the Airborne news team’s intention to produce innovative and compelling programming dedicated to the role of women in aviation and aerospace. Airborne-Aviatrix (AAx) will start as a weekly web news program produced under the Airborne programming mantra and will consist of stories, news and features about the important and under-reported role many of today’s women are playing in the Aero-Verse. The topic is so compelling that the potential for greater than weekly frequencies, as well as longer formats, are both significant – and anticipated. AAx will be produced by the Aero-News Network in partnership with a number of parties that will be announced at the 2018 AirVenture F

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