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September 09, 2005

Louisiana TFR: UFN

NOTAM: 5/8157 Issued: 09/09/2005 19:10 Effective: Immediately - Until Further Notice State: LA Facility: ZHU - HOUSTON (ARTCC),TX. Type: HAZARDS Description: NEW ORLEANS LA.

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Texas VIP TFR: 09.10.05

NOTAM: 5/8174 Issued: 09/09/2005 22:10 Effective: 09/10/2005 15:20 - 09/10/2005 18:55 State: TX Facility: ZHU - HOUSTON (ARTCC),TX. Type: VIP Description: AUSTIN, TEXAS

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Montana TFR: UFN

NOTAM: 5/8121 Issued: 09/09/2005 02:40 Effective: Immediately - Until Further Notice State: MT Facility: ZLC - SALT LAKE CITY (ARTCC),UT. Type: HAZARDS Description: 33 MI WEST OF CHOTEAU MT.

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Mississippi TFR: UFN

NOTAM: 5/8158 Issued: 09/09/2005 19:20 Effective: Immediately - Until Further Notice State: MS Facility: ZHU - HOUSTON (ARTCC),TX. Type: HAZARDS Description: MISSISSIPPI COASTLINE.

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Louisiana TFR: UFN

NOTAM: 5/8157 Issued: 09/09/2005 19:10 Effective: Immediately - Until Further Notice State: LA Facility: ZHU - HOUSTON (ARTCC),TX. Type: HAZARDS Description: NEW ORLEANS LA.

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Louisiana TFR: UFN

NOTAM: 5/8124 Issued: 09/09/2005 03:50 Effective: Immediately - Until Further Notice State: LA Facility: ZHU - HOUSTON (ARTCC),TX. Type: HAZARDS Description: 

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Washington TFR: UFN

NOTAM: 5/8138 Issued: 09/09/2005 14:40 Effective: Immediately - Until Further Notice State: WA Facility: ZSE - SEATTLE (ARTCC),AUBURN,WA. Type: HAZARDS Description: METHOW WA.

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Idaho TFR: UFN

NOTAM: 5/8152 Issued: 09/09/2005 18:30 Effective: Immediately - Until Further Notice State: ID Facility: ZLC - SALT LAKE CITY (ARTCC),UT. Type: HAZARDS Description: 35 NW HAILEY ID.

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Record Flight: G550 Flies From Newark To Tel Aviv In Under 10 Hours

The ultra-long-range Gulfstream G550 has set another city-pair speed record – this time between Newark, NJ, and Tel Aviv, Israel. The G550 flew the 5,031-nautical-mile route in 9 hours and 52 minutes, thereby establishing its 15 th city-pair speed record since it first entered service nearly two years ago.

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Can Boeing Buy Its Way Out Of Trouble?

Report: Aerospace Giant, Justice Dept. Negotiating Deferred Prosecution

Can Boeing buy its way out of two government investigations into corporate wrongdoing? If so, it could well end up being the most expensive fine ever paid by a defense contract -- upwards of $500 billion.

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Mineta: No Exemption From Excise Tax For Carriers

Airlines Struggle For Answers Amid Rising Costs, Low Fares

Prompted by the surge in Jet-A prices following Katrina, the major domestic air carriers have asked the Department of Transportation for some temporary relief: an exemption from the 7.5 percent excise tax imposed on each leg of a flight on a domestic airline.

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'And So I Fell In Love With The Sky' (Part One of Three)

Vern Raburn On Flying, Innovation, And Absent Friends

We've already done an in-depth interview with Cessna's Jack Pelton, asking him questions nobody ever asked him before. In Florida this Spring, we got a hold of some other fascinating executives and, once again, went beyond their boardroom lives right into the cockpit with them. One of our interviewees was Vern Raburn of Eclipse Aviation.

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Angel Flight America Stays On The 'Front Lines' of Katrina

Angel Flight America (AFA), a national organization dedicated to serving people in situations of compelling need by arranging free air transportation through volunteer general aviation pilots, continues to work around the clock assisting Hurricane Katrina victims.

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ISS Awaits Progress

A new shipment of supplies is on its way to the International Space Station. The ISS Progress 19 resupply vehicle lifted off Thursday from its launch pad at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, at 8:08 a.m. CDT (7:08 p.m. Baikonur time).

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ASF: New Government Study Re-Affirms Importance Of Training, Experience

NTSB Report Gets Two Thumbs Up From AOPA, Air Safety Foundation

A new study of weather-related aviation accidents adopted by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) this week re-affirms that pilots with higher levels of training and experience are less likely to be involved in fatal accidents in which weather is a factor.

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NASA Plans for Shuttle Work Post-Hurricane Katrina

NASA has accounted for all civil servants and most contractors at two facilities impacted by Hurricane Katrina, and the agency is evaluating the storm's effect on the Space Shuttle Program.

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Navy Denies Disciplining Helo Pilots

They Left On A Logistics Mission And Ended Up Rescuing More Than 100 Civilians

US Navy Lt. David Shand and Lt. Matt Udkow thought they'd done the right thing. They left NAS Pensacola on a logistics mission -- provide much-needed supplies to military installations along the hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast. They ended up rescuing more than 100 civilians stranded by floods. Instead, the New York Times reports, they were "chided" for deviating from their assigned mission.

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Katrina's Wrath: Next Shuttle Mission Could Be Delayed Almost A Year

STS-121 Might Not Launch Until Late '06

Aero-News Analysis by Senior Correspondent Kevin R.C. O'Brien The hits just keep on coming for the Space Shuttle and NASA's embattled administrators. According to a report by MSNBC's space reporter James Oberg, problems with center fuel tanks make any launch unlikely before early 2007.

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JSF Powers Up

The Switch Heard 'Round The World

Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) prime contractor Lockheed Martin Thursday switched "power on" to test the electrical and hydraulic systems of the first JSF aircraft at the company's plant in Fort Worth, TX.

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Klyde Morris 09.09.05

Klyde Keeps Making 'Friends'

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Team America Rocketry Challenge Now Accepting Entries

Application Available at Rocketcontest.org

Got a rocket in your pocket? Teams interested in taking part in the world's largest rocket contest can start their efforts by downloading the application for the Team America Rocketry Challenge.

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Engaged: Kyle Franklin, Amanda Younkin

Children Of Lost Air Show Performers To Wed In October

Aero-News has learned that the offspring of two air show performers killed during a performance at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan in July have surpassed the tragedy to announce their wedding engagement.

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Commercial Flight Returns To The Gulf

DOT Reopens Gulfport-Biloxi And Lafayette Regional

Transportation Secretary Norman Y. Mineta Thursday announced what he said was continued progress in rebuilding the hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast's transportation system, including the return of passenger flights to the area and the arrival of the first Department of Transportation ship to aid recovery efforts. 

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Discovery Crew To Throw First Pitch At Astros' NASA Night

Batter Up!

The astronauts who returned the Space Shuttle to flight aboard Discovery will throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Houston Astros' game September 13th.

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Bell Helicopters Makes EFIS Selection For Bell 407

Chelton Flight Systems has been selected by Bell Helicopter to provide the glass cockpit system - Chelton's EFIS - for its 407 light single engine helicopter. The contract has a potential value in excess of US$100m.

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Man Charged In Frontier Fracas

Accused Of Interfering With A Flight Crew

What do you get when you smack a flight attendant, then spit on your fellow airline passengers?

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Queen Of The Sky Heads For Court

Ellen Simonetti Wants Her Job Back

They weren't really naughty photos. At worst, her flight attendant uniform shirt was open an extra button or two, exposing just a hint of her bra. But that was enough for Delta Airlines. The company fired her because it said she posed for "inappropriate photos."

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Aero-News Quote Of The Day (09.09.05)

"I would be looking at a family of two on one roof and maybe a family of six on another roof, and I would have to make a decision who to rescue. It wasn't easy." Source: US Navy Lt. Matt Udkow, who was reprimanded and temporarily reassigned after he helped rescue more than 100 New Orleans residents stranded by rising floodwaters. He's back on duty now after the New York Times brought the story to light.

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