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Fri, Dec 09, 2016

AeroSports Update: Breitling Sponsors The Flyboard Air

Breitling Takes To The Skies With Franky Zapata On Flyboard Air

Breitling, the company that’s known for its specialty technical watches, and for sponsoring some of the greatest airshow acts around, has added another unique performer to its venture into extreme AeroSports.

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Fri, Dec 09, 2016

Belite Introduces Quicker And Easier Build For UltraCub

Sub-Kits Now Available

Belite has made changes to its UltraCub cabin design, making it quicker and easier to build and also less expensive.  The side and bottom panels which form the major outline of the cabin are now CNC cut from single pieces of aluminum.  This makes it even easier for the builder to produce a square and true cabin, and also reduces parts and fabrication time, while increasing structural integrity of the design.

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Thu, Dec 08, 2016

AeroSports Update: The Issue Of Running Out Of Fuel

Running An Airplane Out Of Fuel Is An Inexcusable Error, But It Still Happens

The loss of LaMia Airline flight 2933 in Columbia late last month has once again raised the specter of an aircraft running out of fuel. At this time, no official finding has been published, but initial evidence is leading to speculation that fuel starvation led to this crash. Despite the fact that recreational flyers are operating small aircraft, both small aircraft and airline operating rules address minimum fuel planning criteria.    

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Wed, Dec 07, 2016

FAA Expected To Rule Soon On Skydiving At Casa Grande Municipal Airport

Skydiving Company Had Lodged A Protest Against The Airport With The Agency

A long-running dispute between Phoenix Area Skydiving and Casa Grande Municipal Airport (KCGZ) may soon be resolved by the FAA.

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Wed, Dec 07, 2016

Stemme Canopies Provide Reliable UVA Filter

Independent Testing By M7 Labs Shows 100 Percent Removal Of UVA Light

Because of the significant increase in UVA radiation at higher altitudes, many pilots recognize the danger of sunburns, skin cancer and the degeneration of their vision.

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