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February 06, 2005

NTSB Finds No Ice On Teterboro Challenger

NTSB investigators examining the wreck of the Bombardier Challenger 600 which skidded off a runway on takeoff and into a building have found no evidence of icing.

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HeliExpo '05: DEA Takes Delivery Of Three Bell 407s

Bell Helicopter has just delivered three new Bell 407 helicopters to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).

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HeliExpo '05: Bell Helicopter Planning for Bell 210 FAA Cert Next Month

The Bell 210, which made its first flight Dec. 18, 2004, at the Bell subsidiary Edwards & Associates, Bristol, Tenn, is continuing with a very successful flight test program.  Bell officials report the aircraft should receive FAA Certification in March 2005, with deliveries to follow soon after. 

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Pima Air & Space Museum Launches Exhibit

This past Friday, February 4, the Pima Air & Space Museum opened their latest addition: The Space Race.

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Cope Tiger Roars Over Thailand

The sky is alive with the sounds of military aircraft from Thailand, Singapore and the United States supporting exercise Cope Tiger 05.

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HeliExpo '05: Composite Technology Expands Services

Composite Technology, Inc., has joined with Keystone Helicopter to offer its customers a comprehensive range of services.

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Want To Design A Gyroplane?

Aircraft Designs, Inc., the firm of aero-mechanical engineer Martin Hollmann, will hold a one-day gyroplane design class on May 14, 2005.

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Aero-Review First Look: Garmin iQue 3600a, Lowrance 2000c

Here at ANN we know what we are, and we have no problem admitting it -- we're gadget freaks.

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CASA Announces Safety Seminar Program

A new series of aviation seminars and workshops will be held across Australia by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority during 2005.

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Aero-News Quote Of The Day (02.06.05)

"No good deed goes unpunished!" Source: Erik Lindbergh, in response to reports that the FAA was taking action against  Utah helicopter pilot Jeremy Johnson for some of the actions he undertook while trying to help residents of his hometown of St George.

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