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Tue, Mar 28, 2017

BAE Systems Commemorates 27 Years Of BAe 146/Avro RJ Operations By Swiss

Avro RJ100 Being Retired By The Carrier In August

BAE Systems Regional Aircraft has presented an engraved glass plaque to representatives of Swiss Global Airlines to commemorate 27 years of continuous operations by the airline and its predecessors of the BAE Systems-built and supported BAe 146 and Avro RJ regional jetliners.

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Tue, Mar 28, 2017

Lebanese Student Conducts First ‘In Seat’ A-29 Flight

USAF Will Eventually Train 12 Lebanese Pilots To Fight ISIS

A Lebanese A-29 Super Tucano pilot trainee, from the 81st Fighter Squadron, conducted the first ‘in seat’ training sortie March 22, 2017, here.

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Tue, Mar 28, 2017

NASA Backs Startup Developing 'Smart' Color-Changing Air Filters

Serionix To Develop Spacesuit Air Filters Based On Pet-Odor-Removing Colorfil Smart Filtration Technology

NASA has awarded a $750,000 contract to startup company Serionix to fund continued development of filters to remove toxic gases from next-generation space suit life support systems. The same technology is on its way into consumer products expected to launch within the year.

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Tue, Mar 28, 2017

Western Aircraft Celebrates 60 Year Anniversary

Sixty Years Of Service, Sixty Years In Boise

In 1957, The Soviet Union launched the first space satellite Sputnik 1. It was the same year that Morrison-Knudsen Corporation launched out on its own adventure and 60 years later, the company that would be later known as Western Aircraft is still flying.

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Tue, Mar 28, 2017

NLR Tests Airbus On Waterlogged Runway at Twente Airport

Examined Braking Performance On A400M Aircraft In Heavy Rain Conditions

The Netherlands Aerospace Center last week supervised a number of brake tests on an Airbus A400 aircraft at Twente Airport. The tests, carried out at the request of Airbus, were performed in a water trough created by NLR on the runway. The quantity of water in the trough corresponded with the quantity that may occur on a runway during heavy rainfalls and that may potentially cause aquaplaning. Equipment on board the aircraft recorded the behaviour of the brakes.

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Tue, Mar 28, 2017

Helicopter Strikes Kite String In Cayman Islands

Aircraft Landed Safely Following The Incident

A police helicopter flying at an altitude of about 400 feet came in contact with a kite string earlier this month, but fortunately, the only thing lost was the kite.

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Tue, Mar 28, 2017

ANN FAQ: What Does The Airborne Partnership Initiative Mean For Your Business

Get Your Breaking News Out To The Industry

A partnership between ANN and others in the aviation/aerospace industry offers more exposure, a greatly lessened strain on individual resources, and the pivotal advantage of starting out with what is already a solid, professional award- winning platform…which is Airborne Unlimited.

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Tue, Mar 28, 2017

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (03.28.17)

“This an important – and exciting – step in our return to deep space missions. With every test of flight hardware, we get closer and closer to launching humans deeper into space than we ever have traveled before.” Source: Stennis Director Rick Gilbrech.

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Tue, Mar 28, 2017

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (03.28.17): Hard Landing

An event during landing that results in excessive G-forces being transmitted into the structure of the aircraft and may result in an inspection for damage to the aircraft.

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Tue, Mar 28, 2017

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (03.28.17)

Richard Branson Bids Adieu To Virgin America

With the announcement last week that the Virgin America name would be retired following the carrier's merger with Alaska Airlines, Sir Richard Branson wrote a farewell to the brand he created.

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