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October 31, 2010

FAA Will 'Look Into' Inhofe Incident

U.S. Senator Landed On A Closed Runway, Departed From A Taxiway

The FAA says it will "look into" an incident involving U.S. Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) in which he landed his Cessna 340 on a closed runway at Port Isabel-Cameron County airport last week.

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A Few Slots Remain For Atlanta EAA SportAir Workshops Next Weekend

Spots Also Open In Upcoming Repairman (LSA) Instruction Course In Andrews, NC

A few spots remain open for aircraft builders in several EAA SportAir Workshop courses in suburban Atlanta on Nov. 6-7. EAA SportAir Workshops, supported by Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co., is a national series of programs offering insight and information on building and restoring aircraft.

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Newest Tecnam LSA Model Tours California

P2008 Making The Rounds In November

During the first two weeks of November, West Coast Sport Aircraft, a regional distributor for the Special Light Sport Aircraft (S-LSA) manufacturer Tecnam, will be demonstrating the P2008 advanced LSA at airports around the San Francisco Bay and Greater Los Angeles area, culminating with the "Airportfest” display at AOPA Summit in Long Beach, California.

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NASA Awards Ground Conflict Detection & Resolution Algorithm Work To Sensis

New Conflict Resolutions To Be More Comprehensive Than Those Currently Available

NASA has selected Sensis Corporation for the NASA Research Announcement (NRA) Development of Ground-based Surface Conflict Detection and Resolution (CD&R) Algorithms.

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EADS: Second U.K. A330 MRTT Shows Maturity Of Proposed KC-45

Points To Helicopter Program As Benchmark Of Success

EADS North America says it has marked another step forward for its KC-45 aerial refueling tanker program with the maiden flight of the second Airbus Military A330 Multi Role Tanker Transport (MRTT) for the United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force (RAF).

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Kiowa Enhancements Will Give Aging Warrior New Life

Army Has Relied On The OH-58D For Nearly 40 Years, And It's Not Done Yet

The Kiowa Warrior OH-58D, the Army's primary armed reconnaissance scout aircraft in Iraq and Afghanistan, is about to get a makeover that will extend its life well into the future.

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New NATA Training Available For FBO Employees

Online Topics Include Safety, Security, And Customer Service

NATA Safety 1st has launched an online Customer Service, Safety & Security Module it  says will address the service, security and safety needs of every FBO employee.

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Bell Helicopter Innovators Honored With Lawrence D. Bell Awards

Four Teams In Competition For Company's Top Innovation Award

Fourteen Bell Helicopter employees have been named winners of the 2010 Lawrence D. Bell Pioneer Award.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (10.31.10): Terrestrial Radiation

Terrestrial Radiation Long wave radiation that is emitted by the earth back into the atmosphere. Most of it is absorbed by the water vapor in the atmosphere, while less than ten percent is radiated directly into space.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (10.31.10)

Aero-Linx: Wright Brothers National Memorial Wright Brothers National Memorial is one of over 390 parks in the National Park System. The National Park Service cares for these special places saved by the American people so that all may experience our heritage. Wind, sand, and a dream of flight brought Wilbur and Orville Wright to Kitty Hawk, North Carolina where, after four years of experimentation, they achieved the first successful airplane flights in 1903.

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Aero-News: Quote Of The Day (10.31.10)

"...we are aware of the incident, and we are looking into it to determine if any further action is warranted." Source: FAA spokesman Lynn Lunsford, saying that the FAA will "look into" an incident involving U.S. Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) in which he landed his Cessna 340 on a closed runway at Port Isabel-Cameron County airport last week.

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