Aeronca Community Expressing Concerns Over Pricing,
A well-known and much trusted aviation parts manufacturer is
selling out... to another such business. Safe Air Repair, an Albert
Lea, Minnesota, based operation, is the FAA-PMA approved
manufacturer of over 11,000 parts for the Aeronca, Champion,
Bellanca, 7,8,& 11 Series Aircraft...
Experienced Professional Strives To Serve Industry He
The National Business Aviation Association announced Tuesday
that Durwood Heinrich has been selected to be the regional
representative for the Central Region. Heinrich is a veteran pilot
and advocate of business aviation.
In the first two parts of this review we talked about the
specifications and features of the Lowrance Airmap 2000c, and the
major functions of the various pages and displays that the unit is
capable of presenting. In this section, we will talk about the
MapSource software that comes with the product, as well as related
Admiral David M. Stone, Assistant Secretary of Homeland
Security, Transportation Security Administration (TSA), gave
attendees of the NATA Annual Convention a preview of what the
agency is planning for the future of aviation security.
A sleek, supersonic T-38 trainer jet is taxied into the parking
ramp at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center by Dryden's chief
pilot Gordon Fullerton, marking the return of the type to Dryden
for the first time in more than 10 years.
She's Gone To Jail, But Damage -- To Reputations And The Bottom
Line -- Continues
Hiring ex-Pentagon official Darleen A. Druyun (until October
1st, inmate number 47614-083 at the minimum security female camp at
the Marianna, Florida Club Fed) seemed like a smart decision
to some at Boeing (including CFO Michael M. Sears, who's joined her
in trying on a new title: convict).
Happy Customer Picks Up Lunch Tab For Entire Lancair Company
The late Science Fiction Author Robert Heinlein often stated (by
himself or through his stories), that "There Ain't No Such Thing As
A Free Lunch." That may have been true in the far reaches of the
galaxy... but NOT if you work for the Lancair Company.
Here's an accident you don't see everyday. Apparently, a Cessna
was found to have hit, or been hit by, a model aircraft resulting
in minor damage to the Cessna... though we have a feeling that the
respective repair bills are going to be quite different (even the
if the model is a total goner).