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January 22, 2005

RAAF Roulettes PC-9s In Mid-Air

Two aircraft of the Australian Navy's Roulette aerobatic demonstration team collided over Gippsland (Victoria) Friday morning while practicing display maneuvers.

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Crop Duster Ferry Pilot Broke No Rules

A few days ago we reported the tragic news that a USAF T-37 training aircraft had collided in mid-air with an Air Tractor cropdusting aircraft that was being ferried from the factory to its new owner.

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NTSB: King Air Ambulance Was Iced

An NTSB spokesperson has stated that the Yampa Valley Air Ambulance Beechcraft King Air E-90 that we recently reported had crashed had ice on its wings, control surfaces, landing gear and props.

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EAA 494 Members Save Their Aircraft

The recent torrential rains in Southern California led to extreme flooding at the Corona Airport, about 50 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles (CA).

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DFW Airport Still Trying To Fill Terminal E Gates

DFW International Airport announced on Friday that multiple airlines had formally indicated an interest in its financial incentive program designed to fill 22 gates in Terminal E.

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Navy Has Too Many Students In Flight Training

The Commander, Naval Air Forces has identified an excess of student naval aviators in the training pipeline.

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FAA Charges Good Samaritan With FAR Violations

Just a few days ago, Jeremy Johnson, a 29-year-old helicopter pilot, was considered a hero in his neck of the woods.

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Aero-News Quote of the Day (01.22.05)

"Well, the pilot that used great skill in recovering his aircraft, he will be in the air almost immediately. The other pilot, well it depends on the extent of his back injuries. So I can't tell you when he's likely to be back. But all I will say is that every time we have an ejection, a pilot will spend a little bit of time on the ground to allow his back to recover." Source: Air Marshall Angus Houston, commanding officer of the Royal Australian Air Force, commenting on the condition of the two Roulettes Australian Navy aerobatic demonstration team who were involved in a mid-air collision.

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Maryland TFR: 01.23.05 - 01.24.05

NOTAM:  5/0597  Issued:  01/21/2005 21:00  Effective:  01/23/2005 13:30 - 01/24/2005 21:00  State:  MD  Facility:  ZDC - WASHINGTON (ARTCC),DC.  Type:  VIP  Description:  HAGERSTOWN/THURMONT, MARYLAND JANUARY 23-24 2005.

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