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February 24, 2005
The Details Of A Tragic Pilot-Error Accident Unfold
This is preliminary information, subject to change, and may
contain errors. Any errors in this report will be corrected when
the final report has been completed. On February 6, 2005, about
1820 Pacific standard time, a Cirrus Design Corporation SR22 G2,
N286CD, impacted mountainous terrain after encountering icing
conditions near Norden, California.
Floodwaters Eat Away Runway
California's Santa Paula Airport is closed and may remain so for
sometime, after floodwaters washed away a 155-foot long section of
AOPA President Boyer To Give Keynote Address
AOPA President Phil Boyer will deliver a keynote address at this
year's Northwest Aviation Conference and Trade Show -- the
first big event of the flying season for pilots in the Pacific
Which States Charge What Fees For GA Flying?
Conklin & de Decker has released the 2005 State Tax Guide
for General Aviation. This guide covers taxes and fees imposed on
general aviation in the fifty United States.
Investigation Finds Seat Slides Back, Pilot Loses Control On
An Australian coroner Wedneday released findings that concur
with an Australian Transport Safety Bureau report blaming an
illegally-modified sliding seat for the death of a student
Total Ownership: 15.3 Percent
Ballistic Recovery Systems Wednesday reported Cirrus Design has
exercised its options on an additional 650,000 shares of BRS
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