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July 10, 2009

Fuel-Cell Airplane Flies In Germany

"Flying Laboratory" To Help Develop Fuel Cell Technology For Aerospace Applications

The Antares DLR-H2, which is the world's first piloted aircraft capable of taking off using only power from fuel cells, did just that at Hamburg Airport Tuesday. The Antares flies with zero CO2 emissions and has a much lower noise footprint than other, comparable, motor gliders.

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New 'Master Aviation Educator' Designation Now Available

New Program Serves Aviation Educators

Master Instructors LLC, creators of the nationally recognized Master Instructor Accreditation Program  and the FAA-approved Master Instructor Continuing Education Program, has launched a new Master designation to better serve the needs of the nation's aviation educators with diverse backgrounds. 

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Leading Edge-Tampa Hosts Release 9-Centric Open House July 18th

G3 With New Release 9 Glass Panel Upgrade Can Be Seen At Tampa Executive Airport

The folks at Leading Edge Aviation in Tampa are getting set to show off a Cirrus G3 airplane with brand new Avidyne Entegra Release 9 Avionics -- ready to fly. Leading Edge is partnering with Sarasota Avionics to install the latest glass panel upgrade from Avidyne. "We will have a demo plane," David Modberg, President of Cirrus Aircraft Sales at Leading Edge, tells ANN.

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Aero-TV: Migration 2009 -- Cirrus Pilots Persevere

Hundreds of Birds Return To Duluth

As we have noted each year, one of our favorite annual events is the yearly "Migration" hosted by owners and flyers of the Cirrus Design flock. Gathering in the shadow of the CD factory in Duluth, Minnesota, it is an event chock full of fun, fellowship, education and more than a few surprises.

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