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Sun, Jul 21, 2019

Northrop Grumman And Leonardo To Update Italian Airspace

Awarded A Radio Replacement Contract For ENAV, The Italian Provider Of Civil Air Traffic Services

Northrop Grumman Corporation’s U.K.-based air traffic communications subsidiary, Park Air Systems Limited, in partnership with Leonardo, through its subsidiary Vitrociset, has been awarded a radio replacement contract for ENAV, the Italian provider of civil air traffic services. The agreement is a five year contract to replace ground-to-air communications equipment for 46 airports and the supporting en-route infrastructure.

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Sat, Jul 20, 2019

Ampaire Offers First Hybrid Electric Aircraft To General Aviation Pilots

Will Begin Accepting Letters Of Intent At AirVenture

Ampaire, a developer of practical applications of electric power for aviation, will begin accepting Letters of Intent for its Ampaire Electric EEL hybrid electric aircraft at the EAA AirVenture airshow next week. The EEL is a retrofit of a Cessna 337 and has a conventional combustion engine plus an electric motor/battery pack drivetrain. The company already has more than a dozen letters of interest from regional airlines and charter providers.

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Sat, Jul 20, 2019

Ray Scholar In Missouri Passes Private Pilot Checkride

Becomes The First Ray Scholar To Pass That Milestone

Trent McBride of EAA Chapter 1218 in Willow Springs, MO has passed his private pilot checkride, becoming the first of the Ray scholars to accomplish that goal.

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Sat, Jul 20, 2019

Kenneth Steenrod, Jr. Appointed EAA Young Eagles Chapter 980 Coordinator

Plans Event In September As Part Of The Southeast Kansas Fly-In

The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Mid-America Chapter 980, Independence, KS, is pleased to announce the appointment of Kenneth Steenrod, Jr. to the position of Young Eagles Chapter Coordinator.

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Sat, Jul 20, 2019

Mid-Continent Instruments And Avionics Named Trig Avionics Dealer

Company Expands Exclusive North American Service Partnership To Include New Product Sales

Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics announced it is now an Approved Trig Dealer. This agreement builds upon the companies’ existing and long-standing service partnership. Mid-Continent was named Trig’s exclusive North American Service Center in 2013 and has been providing Trig customers with technical support and repair services for more than six years.

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Fri, Jul 19, 2019

Sling TSi Making Non-Stop Flight From CA to KOSH

Will Go For Ceiling Expansion During The Flight

A Sling TSi is attempting to fly non-stop from Torrence, CA to Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, WI today, a distance of 1,512 nautical miles.

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Fri, Jul 19, 2019

FAA Approves AEA Petition To Accept ASTM Process For Evaluating Alterations

Association Will Be Conducting Training On This New Standard At Upcoming Events

Following the publication of ASTM standard F3361, Classifying Alterations for In-Service Aircraft Under FAA Authority Oversight, the Aircraft Electronics Association petitioned the FAA to recognize it as an acceptable means of compliance for the evaluation of alterations while making a determination of major or minor.

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Fri, Jul 19, 2019

Frasca Logs Several Simulator Sales In China

China Market Continues To Be Strong For Simulator Manufacturer

Frasca International, Inc. has logged several simulator sales to customers in China within the last several months.

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