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Airborne 12.09.11: Babbitt's Out, NTSB Examines Airshows, and USAF Cutbacks

Also: BARR, F35, Cessna, GEnx-1B, Eagle v Paraglider, Apollo 13, Pipistrel and MORE!!!!

For over a decade, one of the most tumultuous in aviation history, and encompassing some 150,000 stories, 5000 Aero-Casts as well as over 1100 Aero-TV videos, the Aero-News Network has been the premier source for ground-breaking, honest, real-time aviation news.

Airborne is ANN's newest and most exciting effort to bring you aviation news in an innovative way, with the evolving concepts espoused n every episode of Airborne. Airborne programing is scheduled to be presented, through the rest of 2011, as a weekly Newscast covering the top stories in aviation from the prior week, brought to you on aero-news.net in a high-def web/broadcast format. The program is scheduled to evolve rapidly and serious upgrades and improvements for Airborne coverage are expected early in 2012.

It was an interesting week to be a part of 'Airborne' -- big stories, fascinating news and some truly exciting developments kept Ashley, Jim, Tom, Paul, Nathan and the rest of the ANN support gang hopping!

Airborne 12.09.11 is chock full of info about the week ending Friday, December 9th, 2011...

Presented by Aero-TV veteran videographer and Airborne Host Ashley Hale, and supported by ANN CEO/Editor-In-Chief  Jim Campbell, Chief Videographer Nathan Cremisino, and Aero-Journalists Tom Patton and Paul Plack, this episode covers:

  • FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt Arrested, Resigns
  • Barnstorming Looks At The Fallout Of The FAA Shake-Up And The 'Draft Sully' Movement
  • NTSB Schedules Hearings On Air Race And Air Show Safety
  • FAA Backs Off Of BARR
  • The NTSB Updates The Details On A Fatal AC690 Accident That Claimed 6
  • Cessna Launches A Safety Initiative
  • USAF Cuts Back On Airshow Demonstrations... Drastically
  • The X37B Is Still In Orbit And Seems Happy To Stay That Way

  • What Happened To That RQ-170 That Allegedly Flew Over Iran
  • Navy May Slow F-35 Production
  • Forecast International Predicts Nearly 11k Bizjets Will Be Produced By 2020
  • On This Week's 'AVW' -- Eagle v. Paraglider
  • The GEnx-1B Gets 330 Minute ETOPS Approval
  • Apollo 13 Notes Fetch Big Bucks At Auction
  • Pipistrel Holds An Art Contest
  • Another Cirrus Deadsticks... To A FL Highway
  • NASA Studies How To Reduce The Impact Of Sonic Booms

All this and more are presented on the latest edition of 'Airborne' -- an innovative programming initiative from the Aero-News Network... the aviation world's most comprehensive news and information resource!

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