NOTAM Number: FDC 5/9326
Issue Date: October 07, 2005 at 13:09 UTC
Location: Brandywine Airport West Chester, Pennsylvania near MODENA
Beginning Date and Time: October 15, 2005 at 16:00 UTC
Ending Date and Time: October 16, 2005 at 19:45 UTC
Reason for NOTAM: The Rotorfest 2005 airshow parachute jumps by the
U.S. Army Black Daggers team
Issued: 10/07/2005 22:20
Effective: 10/11/2005 14:45 - 10/11/2005 17:00
Facility: ZHU - HOUSTON (ARTCC),TX.
Description: NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, OCTOBER 11, 2005 LOCAL.
PURSUANT TO TITLE 14, SECTION 91.141 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL
Issued: 10/07/2005 22:00
Effective: 10/10/2005 23:00 - 10/11/2005 10:40
Facility: ZHU - HOUSTON (ARTCC),TX.
Description: NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, OCTOBER 10-11, 2005
LOCAL. PURSUANT TO TITLE 14, SECTION 91.141 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL
It's just what the world needed -- another dispute between the
European Union and the US regarding airplane manufacturers. This
time, however, the dispute doesn't center on government subsidies
to manufacturers. It's all about the airplane -- the Airbus A380 --
itself and the wake it could generate while in flight, as well as
the jet blast it could generate while on the ground.
Rockets and deserts go together, and Bill Richardson, the
governor of New Mexico would like it very much if it were his
particular stretch of the desert that emerged as the epicenter of
the new space industry.
The citizens of San Francisco got a treat, shortly after noon
Thursday, as the Blue Angels began their survey flights in
preparation for Fleet Week this weekend Saturday October 8th and
Sunday October 9th.
Diamond Aircraft delivered the first three DA42 turbo diesel
powered Twin Star aircraft of a 19 aircraft order to Beijing PanAm
International Aviation Academy (BPA). The new twin engine aircraft
join BPA�s existing fleet of 18 single-engine Diamond
DA40�s used in BPA�s Airline cadet training
Says She Was Kicked Off Flight Because Her Shirt Wasn't PC
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then Lorrie Heasley's
was worth 1003. But it was those last three words that got her
booted from a Southwest Airlines flight from Los Angeles to
Portland Tuesday and now, she's suing the airline.
Philippe Patricio Says He Didn't Steal Plane And Fly Drunk
The 20-year-old man who made headlines last June by allegedly
stealing a C172 and taking two friends on a wayward three-hour
nighttime flight -- while drunk -- pleaded not guilty to the
charges against him Wednesday in a New York courtroom.
American Legend Aircraft Company Delivers Legend Cub
Light-Sport Aircraft Equipped With Advanced Avionics Suite
American Legend Aircraft Company announced Thursday the delivery
of a Legend Cub light-sport aircraft to Roy Stephens of La Quinta,
CA. The delivery marks the third production aircraft completed to a
customer’s specification since Legend received its S-LSA
certification on the type last July.
Airline Wants $325 Million In Pilot Pay Concessions
On the same day it secured a total of $1.9 billion in
debtor-in-possession financial backing, Delta Air Lines announced
it will take the issue of pilot pay concessions to the bankruptcy
courts, if necessary, in the beleaguered airline's quest to emerge
from Chapter 11.
"In the time since Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, the
business aviation community has been generous in providing
assistance for the people of the region. We are pleased that the
Convention will help our industry build upon relief efforts to date
with fund-raising initiatives targeted specifically to New Orleans
Source: NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen,
announcing major new initiatives to help the victims of Hurricane
Katrina. The NBAA had scheduled its convention to take place in New
Orleans this year. However, the devastation wrought by Katrina made
that impossible. The NBAA will convene in Orlando next month, but
its heart is still in the Big Easy.