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August 07, 2006

ANN Daily Touch-And-Go: 08.08.06

The NTSB is Investigating Monday’s Problems at LAX...

The FAA Tells American SAMOA Hold on You can’t Block Hawaiin Airlines...

And protestors board a US Military aircraft in Scotla

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NTSB's Twin Otter Accident Investigation Focuses on Propulsion

The NTSB wants to take a closer look at the props and engines on a DeHavilland Twin Otter that crashed about 70 miles southwest of St. Louis last week. That crash killed the pilot and five skydivers going up for a jump. Two other people, on board, were seriously hurt.

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Gone West: Auguste Mudry

Another Aviation Legend Takes His Leave

The designer of an amazing series of aircraft has gone west. Auguste Mudry, 90, is reported to have passed away on Saturday August 5, 2006. Sources tell ANN that Mudry was "...very attached to his native Savoy, (and) he will be buried in Seytroux, among his own family." Surviving this legend of aircraft design are his wife Helene, and children Michel and Martine.

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Daniel Webster College Grad Flying Against World’s Best Aerobats In Poland

With an accumulation of more than 7,500 hours in over 142 types of aircraft, Daniel Webster College graduate Rob Holland, who owns and operates Aerial Advantage Aviation in Nashua, is in Poland to participate in the 2006 Advanced World Aerobatic Championships.

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