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February 13, 2005

Cirrus Reports Record 2004 Aircraft Orders

Cirrus Design Corporation has reported that 2004 new aircraft orders reached an all-time record of 733 aircraft worldwide.

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Mineta Extends O'Hare Agreement

A voluntary airline agreement to reduce flight delays at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport will be extended another six months.

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High-Tech Whistle Could Mean Better GPS

It was music to the ears of physicists at the University of California, Berkeley, when they forced liquid helium-4 through thousands of tiny holes and heard a whistling sound.

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Bell Responds To Army Helo RFP

Bell Helicopter is offering a militarized version of its 407 single engine light helicopter in response to an RFP issued by the U.S. Army for an Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter.

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Sporty's Academy Offers Aviation Summer Camps

Sporty's Academy will host aviation summer camps at Sporty's/Clermont County Airport on June 14-15, and on June 16-17.

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NAFI, Embry-Riddle Team Up For Spin Training

The National Association of Flight Instructors has joined with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University to coordinate a major safety study on aircraft spin training.

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Upgrade: Pete Djordjevic To Chief Pilot

Executive Jet Management has named Pete Djordjevic chief pilot, in which position he will be responsible for the safe administration of all of the company's flight operations.

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AVEMCO To Offer Pilot Life Insurance

Avemco Insurance Company has teamed up with Pilot Insurance Center and now offers term life insurance policies for pilots.

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Aero-News Quote Of The Day (02.13.05)

"Cooperation works. Our goal is to get the passenger there on time, and that's what the order supports." Source: FAA Administrator Marion Blakey, commenting on the Dept of Transportation's and FAA's decision to extend the restrictions on departures out of O'Hare for another six months.

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CASA AD: Hamilton Sundstrand

AD NUMBER: AD/APU/18 MANUFACTURER: Hamilton Sundstrand SUBJECT: Fuel Leaks on Hamilton Sundstrand APU Models T-62T-46C12 and T-62T-40C14 SUMMARY: There have been reports of failed / cracked fuel bypass button on the fuel filter housing, protruding beyond internal o-ring seal and causing fuel leak.

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