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FAA Reauthorization Bill Likely Pushed to September - House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee chairman Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) is considering deferring until September release of comprehensive FAA reauthorization legislation, including a measure for an independent ATC organization. Shuster was expected to introduce the bill either this week or early next, with full House consideration in July. But the committee yesterday notified aviation groups that House leader... http://ow.ly/30RCMC
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Leading Edge OK'd To Open FBO at Roberts Field Airport - Leading Edge Aviation, which operates an FBO and charter operation at Bend (Ore.) Municipal Airport, received unanimous approval on Tuesday night from the Redmond, Ore. city council to establish a second FBO at that city’s Roberts Field Airport, which is currently served by Butler Aircraft Services. The company was awarded an initial five-year lease on an existing 4,000-sq-ft terminal that it will renovate. Accord... http://ow.ly/30RCMD
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Premier To Expand Reach with DAT Acquisition - Premier Aviation Overhaul Centre, one of the largest Canadian-owned maintenance, repair and overhaul operations, is moving to expand its reach into the general aviation and regional markets with an initial agreement to purchase Canadian firm Discovery Air Technical Services (DAT). The initial offer is conditional upon due diligence and the execution of a definitive agreement. Premier expects to complete the acquisition by t... http://ow.ly/30R9YA
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Swedish Firm To Deliver First Drone Helicopter to China's AVIC http://ow.ly/30P6In
CybAero signed an agreement with Aviation Industry Corporation of China to deliver 70 APID One remotely piloted helicopter systems.
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PlaneSense Takes Delivery of Its First Nextant 400XTi - Portsmouth, N.H.-based fractional provider PlaneSense on June 29 took delivery of its first Nextant 400XTi, its first jet and first non-Pilatus-branded aircraft. PlaneSense placed an order in February for two remanufactured 400XTis, as well as options for three more, worth up to $25.75 million. Its second 400XTi is slated to be delivered in December. “Acquiring our first 400XTi is another evolutionary step for the ... http://ow.ly/30OnPb
Jet will be available as an upgrade for PC-12 share owners, several of whom have been asking for faster or longer-range aircraft.
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Second Falcon 900 ‘Go Ship’ Set To Enter Service - Dassault Falcon Jet's newly arrived Falcon 900 AOG “go ship,” which made its public debut at the NBAA Regional Forum at Teterboro (N.J.) Airport last week, is set to enter service on July 8. The customer-support jet will be based at Falcon Jet’s North American headquarters at Teterboro and is one of two fielded by the French airframer. This new one is destined to cover the Western Hemisphere region. Its partner, based a... http://ow.ly/30Oe0o
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Bizav Sees Little Operational Impact in Greece - The debt crisis currently wracking Greece is having limited impact on the conduct of business aviation in that country, amid what is typically its busiest tourism period, according to industry sources. Foreign credit cards (those issued by non-Greek banks) are still being accepted and processed, but visitors to the country are advised to bring extra cash as they could face long lines at ATMs and possible withdrawal limits... http://ow.ly/30RCMB
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Signature Flight Support Adds Select Locations - Signature Flight Support added to its Signature Select network of service locations, with two new members joining the program this week: Magnum Aviation in Vienna, Austria; and Sun Air Jets in Camarillo, Calif. Magnum Aviation is the main FBO tenant of the general aviation terminal at Vienna International Airport and provides supervisory handling service at Graz International Airport, Innsbruck Airport, Karntner Klagenfur... http://ow.ly/30Rlyk
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Bell's New 525 Helicopter Makes First Flight - Bell Helicopter flew its 525 “Relentless” super-medium twin for the first time July 1 from its assembly plant in Amarillo, Texas, despite the presence of winds gusting up to 20 knots. The 525 performed hovers and maneuvers to assess low speed controllability with Bell senior test pilots Troy Caudill and Jeff Greenwood at the controls. Caudill said the helicopter performed “extremely well. It flies better than it does in the... http://ow.ly/30PKN3
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UK Government Stalls Over Heathrow Expansion Plan - Britain’s government has promised a final decision by the end of 2015 on whether or not to endorse a plan for a new third runway at London Heathrow Airport recommended today by an independent review by the UK Airports Commission. The review team, led by Sir Howard Davies, said that use of the controversial third runway would stand subject to noise limits and “levies” as well a night ban on flights between 11:30 p.m. an... http://ow.ly/30OHS3
Independent commission recommends new third runway for London Heathrow Airport
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EPA Opens Comment Period for Aircraft Emissions Rules - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is accepting comments through August 31 and is planning a public hearing on August 11 on its combined proposed rule and advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) that would find greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from certain aircraft engines endanger public health and seek input on setting emissions standards. Though the EPA released the ANPRM earlier in June, it formally p... http://ow.ly/30Oe0q
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Lufthansa Averts Cabin Crew Strike - Lufthansa and cabin crew union UFO have agreed to “key points” in their negotiations over pay and retirement benefits in time to avert a July 1 strike, the airline announced Tuesday. As a result, the airline’s flight attendants have agreed to abstain from any work actions until at least mid-July. A tentative agreement between Lufthansa and the UFO grants transitional pensions for new employees and would revise the airline’s pension p... http://ow.ly/30Mrrq
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