MidAmerican Energy Holdings Says State Should Not Have Denied
$1.1 Million Reimbursement
MidAmerican Energy Holdings company says the State of Nebraska
should not have denied a $1.1 million dollar tax refund for the
purchase of an airplane in 2004, and has filed suit to force the
state to cough up the cash.
Makes The Jump Back From The Non-Profit Sector, Has Extensive
Signature Flight Support Corporation has named Maria Sastre
as Chief Operating Officer for its global operations. Ms. Sastre
will be responsible for the daily operations of Signature's
worldwide network of FBOs.
Falcon 900EX/2000EX FFS Will Soon Be Available For
Emirates-CAE Flight Training (ECFT) is continuing to expand its
business aircraft training programs for pilots and maintenance
technicians with the addition of a CAE 7000 Series Level D
full-flight simulator in Dubai for the Dassault Falcon 900EX and
Falcon 2000EX models.
Citing Delays In Aircraft Delivery Schedule, No Mouse For VA
Virgin America said Wednesday it will postpone its
start of service to Orlando International Airport (MCO) due to
delays in the airline's aircraft delivery schedule. Due to an
unexpected delay in its aircraft delivery schedule, Virgin America
will postpone its start of service to MCO until at least October
Kaman Demonstrates Cargo Airdrop Flight Tests With Autonomous
Kaman Aerospace Corporation has proven in recent tests that the
unmanned K-MAX helicopter can resupply troops with cargo airdropped
by parachute. The tests add a new delivery method for the
6,000-pound power lifter.
Admitted To Blinding A Military Helicopter Crew With A
58-year-old Charles Clausen has pleaded guilty in federal court
to shining a spotlight into the cockpit of a Louisiana Army
National Guard helicopter last year, blinding the pilot for several
seconds, according to New Orleans U.S. Attorney Jim Letten.
Aero-Linx: AEA Educational
Foundation Scholarship Program
The AEA Educational Foundation has awarded nearly $1 million to
students seeking careers in the aircraft electronics and aviation
maintenance industry. Numerous scholarships are available and each
range from $1000 to more than $35,000.
"We will not tolerate abuses of the military, nor will
we tolerate interference with the safety and efficiency of
transportation in this country."
Source: New Orleans U.S. Attorney Jim
Letten, a retired Naval Reserve officer, remarking on the guilty
plea of58-year-old Charles Clausen -- who was caught shining a
spotlight into the cockpit of a Louisiana Army National Guard
helicopter last year, blinding the pilot for several seconds.