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November 13, 2005

ANN Daily Aero-Briefing: 11.14.05

Airbus opens its wallet to some of its best customers...

TV takes on the TSA...

And Adam Aircraft's Joe Walker goes one-on-one with Aero-News chief Jim Campbell

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ANN Special Feature: Adam Aircraft's Joe Walker 11.14.05

ANN Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, conducts a candid interview with Joe Walker of Adam Aircraft.

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ANN Daily Touch-And-Go: 11.14.05

ANN's Daily 'Touch 'n Go' (Short-Form) News Program

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EZ-Rocket Flies Again

XCOR Chases New Records

XCOR Aerospace, flexing new financial muscle, intends to write its name -- or at least that of its test pilot Dick Rutan -- in the record books.

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ANN's Coverage Of AOPA And NBAA Was Crafted By...

The Gang At Aero-News!

Aero-News would now like to take our curtain call, and recognize the people who came together this year to bring you our coverage of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Expo 2005 in Tampa, and the National Business Aviation Association's Meeting in Orlando.

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Jury Hears Closing Arguments In 2001 Caravan Accident Lawsuit

Was It A Bad Preflight, Or A Bad Design?

A jury heard closing arguments Friday in a lawsuit filed against Cessna by families of two of the 10 victims of a Caravan accident near Dillingham Airport (PADL) during a 2001 ice storm.

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Real-Time WX Available For Garmin's GWX 68 Radar

Garmin tells ANN that the GWX 68, a powerful four color digital weather radar that interfaces with Garmin's G1000 avionics suite and the Garmin MX-20 MFD, is now available.

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Cessna Expands into Eastern Europe with $200M Order

Quantity Discount? 20 Jets For Jetalliance

As NBAA 2005 was hitting its stride, Cessna Aircraft announced a $200 million 20-aircraft deal with Jetalliance.

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US Helicopter Delivers First TH-1H Helicopter to USAF

US Helicopter, a division of Bell Aerospace Services Inc., announced the delivery of the first TH-1H training helicopter to the U.S. Air Force.

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Impossicopter?

Impossible Is The Wrong Word. So Is Copter.

by Aero-News Senior Correspondent Kevin R.C. "Hognose" O'Brien at NBAA There's no Bell/Agusta BA609 on the static line at NBAA. The only one of these pathbreaking aircraft in the world is active on flight test and can't be spared for shows.

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United States, Canada Reach Open-Skies Aviation Agreement

The United States and Canada have reached a full Open-Skies aviation agreement that removes all economic restrictions on air services to, from and beyond the other’s territory by the airlines of both countries.

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SierraCom Maintenance Tracking Growing

SierraCom, a division of Sierra Industries, Ltd, continues to grow with now over 50 subscribers. Included in SierraCom's growing Citation owner/operators list is a recent Citation 650 model.

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Aero-News Quote Of The Day (11.13.05)

"From the time that plane was in trouble, the pilot knew it. He knew it but he didn't know what to do because Cessna hadn't warned him. And make no mistake, you saw the size of that plane. The passengers knew it was in trouble too." Source: Attorney Christina Weidner-Tafs, who is representing the families of two of the ten victims of an October 2001 accident in Dillingham, AK in a lawsuit against Cessna. The plantiffs allege the Caravan involved in the accident had a structural defect that caused it to go down, as well as that the manufacturer failed to alert pilots to special procedures with the Caravan in icing conditions. Cessna maintains the pilot's failure to detect ice on the upper surface of the Caravan's wing was a primary factor in the acciden

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ANN Free Classifieds Featured Ad: Cessna 172

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3400TT, 710SMOH, 175STOH w/all new cylinders, alt conv, Slick mag STC, KX155 w/VOR/LOC, MX11 com2, Flybuddy Loran, Airmap 500 GPS, KT76A xpdr, 4 pl intercom, modern gyros, recent paint, annual due 6-06, IFR due 6-07, very sweet airplane. Hangared at VDF Tampa FL  Exterior Quality: 8, Interior Quality: 6 Used, will sell for $35,000.00

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