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October 25, 2004

Louisiana TFR: 10/27/04

NOTAM:  4/1545  Issued:  10/25/2004 17:40  Effective:  10/27/2004 18:30 - 10/27/2004 20:00  State:  LA  Facility:  ZHU - HOUSTON (ARTCC),TX.  Type:  AIR SHOWS/SPORTS  Description:  LAFAYETTE REGIONAL AIRPORT, LAFAYETTE LA. 

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Florida TFR: 10/28/04

NOTAM:  4/1543  Issued:  10/25/2004 16:20  Effective:  10/28/2004 14:00 - 10/28/2004 20:00  State:  FL  Facility:  ZJX - JACKSONVILLE (ARTCC),FL.  Type:  AIR SHOWS/SPORTS  Description:  JACKSONVILLE FL. 

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Arizona TFR: 10/25/04

NOTAM:  4/1533  Issued:  10/25/2004 15:50  Effective:  10/25/2004 21:00 - 10/25/2004 23:00  State:  AZ  Facility:  ZAB - ALBUQUERQUE (ARTCC),NM.  Type:  HAZARDS  Description:  SAFFORD AZ. 

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Ohio TFR: 10/25/04

N OTAM:  4/1525  Issued:  10/25/2004 05:00  Effective:  10/25/2004 20:25 - 10/25/2004 22:55  State:  OH  Facility:  ZID - INDIANAPOLIS (ARTCC),IN.  Type:  VIP  Description:  WILMINGTON, OHIO, OCTOBER 25 2004 LOCAL. 

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Alaska TFR: 10/25/04

NOTAM:  4/1535  Issued:  10/25/2004 16:00  Effective:  10/25/2004 21:00 - 10/25/2004 23:00  State:  AK  Facility:  ZAN - ANCHORAGE (ARTCC),AK.  Type:  HAZARDS  Description:  ATIGUN PASS ALASKA 

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Delta, Pilots Enter Crucial Talks

Report: Delta Could Enter Bankruptcy This Week

Delta Airlines could make good on its threat to file bankruptcy as early as this week, according to published reports. The Washington Post reports Delta executives were meeting with bankruptcy consultants and lawyers over the weekend, although sources told the paper that the filing could be delayed if employees agree to $1 billion a year in compensation cuts.

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Too Slow To Be Stopped? Aeronca Champ Intercepted In No-Fly Zone

But It Wasn't Easy!

In an aerial match-up between an F-16 and an Aeronca Champ, who do you think might win? Not so fast... not when you consider the Champ is... not so fast.

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Klyde Morris 10.25.04

Klyde has even more fun with Mayor Daley

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AOPA Expo 2004: Security, Security, Security

Homeland Security: David Stone

By ANN Correspondent John Ballantyne The Grand Ballroom in the Long Beach (CA) Convention Center housed the AOPA General Meeting for the second day with a full room, consisting of probably 1,200 pilots.

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Home Again, Home Again...

After Six Months In Space, ISS Crew Nine Touches Down

After traveling more than 78 million miles aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 9 Commander Gennady Padalka and Flight Engineer Mike Fincke returned to Earth Sunday.

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PATCO Demands Injuction Against DOT

Former Controllers' Union Accuses FAA Of Age Discrimination Four air traffic controllers fired by President Ronald Reagan during the PATCO strike in 1981 have asked a federal judge in Memphis (TN) for a temporary injunction against the Transportation Department, saying the FAA has been guilty of age discrimination since at least 1993.

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Five Lost In Air Ambulance Tragedy

Lear Down Near Mexican Border

A Learjet air ambulance went down in the mountains south of San Diego (CA) early Sunday morning, killing all five people on board. It was the first fatal accident for Med Flight Air Ambulance since the company was formed 25-years ago. Med Flight has now suspended operations.

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AOPA Expo 2004: Three Tries a Charm?

Symphony Ramps Up North American Production

Symphony President, Paul Costanzo, and American Symphony principal, Tim Baldwin, painted the history and present status of the Symphony aircraft design in this forum at AOPA Expo in Long Beach (CA).

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NASA Approves Mission To Seek Nearest Stars, Brightest Galaxies

Captain Kirk Would've Loved This

A new NASA mission will scan the entire sky in infrared light in search of nearby cool stars, planetary construction zones and the brightest galaxies in the universe.

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Cassini Update: Purple Haze

Unraveling Saturnian Moon Mysteries

Encircled in purple stratospheric haze, Titan appears as a softly glowing sphere in this colorized image taken one day after Cassini's first flyby of that moon.

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AOPA Expo 2004: Gonna Fly Now

"Rocky" Theme Blares As AOPA Expo Comes to a Close

Phil Boyer, AOPA president opened the last of the three-day Expo by leading a parade of AOPA senior management onto the stage to the theme song from the movie "Rocky." The room was 80% full, pretty good for the last day of this clearly successful aviation gathering.

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Air Force Team Prepares for Sudan Airlift

Mission Of Mercy

About 30 US Air Force members from US European Command arrived in Kigali, Rwanda, Thursday to begin preparations to support a two-week airlift mission of Rwandan peacekeepers as part of the African Union expanded mission in the Darfur region of Sudan.

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First Bizjet Sale Of CMC's New PilotView Electronic Flight Bag

Installation To Be Performed At Mid-Canada Mod Center

CMC Electronics Inc. has been awarded a contract for a dual PilotView Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) installation from Mid-Canada Mod Center (MC2). This installation will be for a long-standing MC2 client on their recently acquired Falcon-50 corporate aircraft. The installation will take place during October 2004, making this the first business jet in Canada to be outfitted with a CMC Electronics' PilotView EFB. 

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Happy Birthday!

Innotech Aviation Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Innotech Aviation is preparing to celebrate its 50th year in business, serving business and corporate aviation operators from around the world. Launched as Timmins Aviation in 1955, the company has grown into one of North America's largest and most comprehensive service providers.

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Aero-News Quote Of The Day (10.25.04)

"I'm sure I'll be hearing from some others, including the FAA." Source: Robert Hargrove of Wappinger Falls (NY) after he was intercepted and forced to land while flying through a presidential TFR in Florida on Saturday. As President Bush spoke to a crowd at Space Coast Stadium near Viera (FL), Hargrove's Aeronca Champ was intercepted by an F-16 patrolling the skies over the president's rally. The problem lay in the fact that the F-16 is so fast and the Aeronca is so slow. The F-16 pilot finally got Hargrove's attention by firing flares. Hargrove landed at Merritt Island Airport (FL), was questioned and eventually continued on to his destination in Boca Raton (FL).

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PHI Introduces Air Medical Pilot Training Course

Designed Specifically To Prepare Pilots for Unique Air Medical Environments

PHI began the first session of its rigorous Professional Air Medical Pilot Training Course in Lafayette this month to prepare pilots for the unique situations that occur regularly in EMS rotor-wing transports.

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Florida TFR: 10/28/04-10/31/04

NOTAM:  4/1443  Issued:  10/22/2004 14:10  Effective:  10/28/2004 14:00 - 10/31/2004 21:00  State:  FL  Facility:  ZJX - JACKSONVILLE (ARTCC),FL.  Type:  AIR SHOWS/SPORTS  Description:  JACKSONVILLE FL.

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Missouri TFR: Until Further Notice

NOTAM:  4/1516  Issued:  10/24/2004 16:30  Effective:  10/24/2004 18:00 - Undetermined  State:  MO  Facility:  ZKC - KANSAS CITY (ARTCC),MO.  Type:  HAZARDS  Description:  KIRKSVILLE MO. 

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Florida TFR: 10/26/04

NOTAM:  4/1469  Issued:  10/22/2004 19:30  Effective:  10/26/2004 01:25 - 10/26/2004 15:20  State:  FL  Facility:  ZMA - MIAMI (ARTCC), FL.  Type:  VIP  Description:  WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, OCTOBER 25-26 2004 LOCAL.

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AD: DeHavilland, Bombardier

AD NUMBER: 2004-21-06 MANUFACTURER: Dehavilland,Bombardier SUBJECT: Airworthiness Directive 2004-21-06 SUMMARY: The FAA adopts a new airworthiness directive (AD) for all deHavilland Inc. Models DHC-2 Mk. I and DHC-2 Mk. II airplanes and for all Bombardier Inc. Model (Otter) DHC-3 airplanes powered by radial engines.

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Aero-News Alert: King Air Crash Devastates NASCAR Team

A Beech King Air 200 (file photo, below, right) owned by the Hendrick Motorsports organization crashed enroute to Martinsville, Virginia Sunday afternoon, killing all ten on board, including the two pilots, Dick Tracy and Kim Morrison; NASCAR driver Tony Stewart's pilot, Scott Latham; and seven members of the Hendrick organization or Hendrick family. The mishap flight originated in Charlotte, NC and crashed in high terrain seven miles west of KMTV.

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