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November 02, 2005

NTSB: Weight May Have Been Issue in Teterboro Runway Overrun

Factual Record Also Scrutinizes Pilot's Qualifications

Weight and a lack of sufficient training may have been factors in the February 2 runway overrun by a Bombardier Challenger CL-600 at Teterboro Airport, according to documents released by the NTSB.

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NBAA2005 Begins Next Wednesday With Record Exhibitor Count

NBAA will hold its 58th Annual Meeting & Convention (NBAA2005) next week from November 9 through 11 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.

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Boeing Goes To The Table With SPEEA, Walks Away From IAMAW

One Strike May Be Forestalled As Others Loom... Oy!

It hasn't been a great year for Boeing on the labor front. Just as the manufacturer is publicizing its ongoing efforts in heading off a looming strike by the Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace (SPEAA) -- the union representing more than 17,500 engineering and technical employees working at Boeing facilities in Washington and Oregon -- threats of other, smaller strikes by members of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW) loom in the immediate future.

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UPS Running On One Engine -- And That's A Good Thing

Aggressive Fuel-Saving Measures Reduce Costs Considerably

An aggressive fuel conversation program at UPS, ramped up due to ever-increasing fuel costs, is saving the worldwide cargo airline real money -- to the tune of $1 million saved in fuel costs each month.

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EADS Partners With EuroHeli To Create Eurocopter Japan

New Subsidiary Will Address Customer Needs In Busy Market

The latest subsidiary of EADS, Eurocopter Japan, was recently created to better coordinate the company's network and sales activities in Japan.

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