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January 06, 2011

Canadian-Registered Gulfstream Aircraft Approved To Operate At Maximum Altitudes

Transport Canada Greenlights G450 And G350 To Fly Up To 45,000 Feet

Transport Canada has recently granted approval to allow Gulfstream G450 and G350 aircraft to operate at their maximum cruise altitude of 45,000 feet.

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Florida Company Claims Industry First WLAN STC Approval

Banyan Avionics Approved For Wireless LAN Installation In Cessna BizJets

The FAA issued STC ST03901AT to the Banyan Avionics team based at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport (FXE) in mid-December for the Thrane and Thrane AVIATOR 200 Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) system for the Cessna 500, 550, S550, 552, 560, and 560XL  aircraft.

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Aero-TV: AvGas Alternatives: The Swift Fuel Proposition (Part 2)

The Future Of 'Motion Lotion' Remains An Important Concern (Part 2)

There are few more contentious issues facing GA right now as the question about what will eventually replace 100LL. There are few folks working hard to address the issue, but they all report that they're facing serious hurdles in not only perfecting their product but wading through the bureaucratic processes necessary to make their fuel a reality. ANN had the chance to spend some quality time with a number of the folks behind the Swift Fuel program, one of he more prominent players in the race to replace 100LL -- and the conversations were intriguing -- and educational.




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