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Wed, Dec 17, 2014

NOTAM Mandates Cold-Weather Altitude Correction, Reporting At 272 Airports

Issued Following Risk Analysis Of Cold-Weather Altimetry Errors

After conducting a risk analysis of cold-weather altimetry errors at airports with current FAR Part 97 instrument approaches, the FAA has compiled a list of 272 cold-temperature-restricted airports in 30 states that need altitude corrections to ensure the required obstacle clearance (ROC).

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Wed, Dec 17, 2014

Help Wanted Sign Out At BRS Aerospace

Company Seeks Industrial Engineer

If you have industrial engineering experience and are looking for a new situation, BRS Aerospace has an opportunity for you.

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Tue, Dec 16, 2014

Evergreen Vintage Museum Files For Bankruptcy

Facility Houses Spruce Goose, Other Classic Aircraft

The company that owns the museum where the Spruce Goose and other classic vintage aircraft are displayed to the public has filed for bankruptcy.

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Tue, Dec 16, 2014

Flight School Of Greenville Opens

Offering Training From 'Pinch Hitter' Through CFI

Pilot demand has been in the news a lot lately after Boeing released its' 2014 Pilot and Technician Outlook, a report that predicts that North America will need another 88,000 pilots between now and 2033. A new flight school at Greenville Downtown Airport in South Carolina aims to help fill some of those slots.

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Tue, Dec 16, 2014

Woman Gets $1.12 Million In Photography Case

Had Taken Pictures Of A Military Display Helicopter, Accused Of Being A Terrorist

A woman in New York who had been detained by police for four days after taking photographs of a military helicopter for a website supporting U.S. military troops has won $1.12 million in damages in a lawsuit stemming from the incident.

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