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11.03.10 (ANN's Short-Form Daily News
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ANN Special Feature: Selena Shilad, Alliance for
Aviation Across America - 11.03.10 (ANN
Special Report, with Selena Shilad, Executive Director of the
Alliance for Aviation Across America)
Embry-Riddle’s Center For Aviation And Aerospace
Leadership Plans Workshops, Discussions, More
The second Aviation and Aerospace Manufacturing Summit is being
planned by The Center for Aviation and Aerospace Leadership (CAAL)
at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide for early
next year in Orlando, Florida.
Six Year Deal For Tailored Nacelle Services On A340-500
Aircelle is to provide comprehensive maintenance services for
engine nacelle components on Singapore Airlines' A340-500 jetliners
under terms of a new umbrella contract reached by the international
carrier with Airbus for its "Flight Hour Services - Tailored
Argentine Government Manifests Its Intention To Acquire Six
Military Transport Jets From Embraer
As a result of the conversations held between the Brazilian and
the Argentine Defense Ministries, the ministers Nelson Jobim and
Nilda Garre have signed a Declaration of Intent regarding the South
American neighbor's participation in the development program of the
KC-390 military transport jet.
NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate has amended its
announcement, "Research Opportunities in Aeronautics 2010," to
solicit additional proposals. The announcement has been modified to
include new topics in support of the agency's Hypersonics
In a October 19, 2010, address to the National Business Aviation Association, FAA Administrator J. Randolph Babbitt, expanded his familiar aero-stump speech to a crowd assembled for the this year's reinvigorated BizAv convention. His speech covered a lot of ground but was based in the usual topics this Administrator has emphasized time and time again when his audience is an aeronautical one.
In a October 19, 2010, address to the National Business Aviation
Association, FAA Administrator J. Randolph Babbitt expanded his
familiar aero-stump speech to a crowd assembled for the this year's
reinvigorated BizAv convention. His speech covered a lot of ground
but was based in the usual topics this Administrator has emphasized
time and time again when his audience is an aeronautical one.
Station Expected To Be Home To Humans Until At Least 2020
It was 10 years ago, Nov. 2, 2000, that the first crew arrived
aboard the International Space Station to live and work aboard the
orbiting laboratory. In a statement commemorating that event, NASA
administrator Charles Bolden called the milestone significant for
both NASA and its partners in the ISS.
Funding Cut For Private Airport By Toronto Authorities
Buttonville airport, which occupies about 180 acres neat the
Markham-Toronto border which will be closed in about five years. In
its place will be a real estate development which is being
described as "a town within a city."
World air cargo traffic will expand at a 5.9 percent annual rate
over the next two decades, with worldwide air freight traffic
expected to triple through 2029, according to the Boeing World Air
Cargo Forecast 2010/2011.
Five Men Reportedly Took The Airplane Which Had Been Seized In
A group of five men is suspected of breaking into an Honduran
military base at an international airport in the northern part of
the country and stealing an airplane that had been seized in an
Raptor Featured At Fort Worth Alliance Air Show Last
The F-22 Raptor performed precision aerobatics at the Fort Worth
Alliance Air Show Oct. 30-31, marking the first time the aircraft
has demonstrated its aerial capabilities in the skies over the
Dallas-Fort Worth area.