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August 08, 2004

C150, PA-28 In New Jersey Mid-Air

A Cessna 150 and a Piper PA-28 that had both taken off from Caldwell (NJ) collided in a mid-air Saturday morning over New Jersey, killing both pilots.

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Virgin Orders $5.5B In Airbus A340-600 Jets

Virgin Atlantic Airways said Thursday that is has placed orders and options for 26 Airbus A340-600 long range aircraft -- 13 firm orders and options for another 13.

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Northwest Pilots Nix Stock-For-Labor-Cost-Cuts Agreement

The leaders of the Northwest Airlines' pilot's labor union have rejected the latest company stock offer as "grossly inadequate."

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NASA Robonaut Grows Legs, Wheels

Human-like hands, fingers and even television camera eyes have been hallmarks of NASA's Robonaut, but recent work seeks to give the nimble robot legs, or at least a leg, and even wheels.

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Aviation Artists Sign Up For Festival

Three award-winning artists, all members of the American Society of Aviation Artists (ASAA), are getting set to show their work at this year's Aviation Heritage Festival at Daniel Webster College's Eaton-Richmond Center Gallery, Nashua, September 25 and 26.

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Russia MI-8 Helo Crash Kills 15

The fifteen pax and crew of a Russian MI-8 helicopter were killed on Thursday when the bird crashed soon after takeoff in western Siberia.

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Boeing Completes First Shuttle Main Engine

Rocketdyne Propulsion and Power recently completed the build-up and avionics testing of engine 2058, the first Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) fully assembled at Kennedy Space Center.

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Business Jet Center Opens New Hangar

Business Jet Center has completed a $5 million expansion project at Dallas Love Field.

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Northrop-Grumman Delivers 75th Prowler Wing Center Section

The Northrop Grumman Corporation recently delivered to the U.S. Navy the 75th EA-6B Prowler aircraft wing center section more than five months ahead of schedule.

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Aero-News Quote of the Day (08.08.04)

"I walked over and all you could see when you look behind the house was the tail sticking straight up out of the ground." Source: John Yago, resident of Kinnelon (NJ), describing what he saw when he came out of his house and saw the wreck of a Cessna 150 in his neighbors yard, after the aircraft had collided with a Piper PA-28.

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Wisconsin TFR: 8/9/04-8/10/04

NOTAM:  4/8126  Issued:  08/06/2004 22:10  Effective:  08/09/2004 11:00 - 08/10/2004 01:03  State:  WI  Facility:  ZAU - CHICAGO (ARTCC),IL.  Type:  SECURITY  Description:  SHEBOYGAN WISCONSIN.

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