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Fri, Jun 24, 2016

Quebec Finalizes $1 Billion Investment In C Series Aircraft

Definitive Agreement Signed For C Series Limited Partnership

Bombardier Announces the Signing of a Definitive Agreement With the Government of Quebec for a $1 Billion US Investment in the C Series Aircraft Limited Partnership.

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Fri, Jun 24, 2016

Klyde Morris 06.24.16

There Now, Mr. Huerta, Doesn't That Feel A LOT Better ...

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Fri, Jun 24, 2016

VLM Airlines Files For Bankruptcy

All Flight Cancelled Immediately

VLM Airlines based in Antwerp, Belgium has filed for bankruptcy after posting a loss of nearly $15 million.

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Fri, Jun 24, 2016

Yuneec Typhoon H With Intel RealSense Technology Now Available For Preorder

Offers Safety Improvements, Allows More Creative Options With Intelligent Obstacle Navigation

Yuneec International, the world leader in electric aviation, today announced the award-winning Typhoon H with Intel RealSense Technology is now available for preorder at a suggested retail price of $1,899.

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Fri, Jun 24, 2016

Airborne 06.24.16: ADS-B Analysis, NavWorx Price Drop, ALPA v Transport Canada

Also: Porker Of The Month, Aviation BBB?, Super Puma, AirVenture Events, FedEx 767s, Solar Impulse, Sikorsky

Flight Safety Foundation has released the study "Benefits Analysis of Space-Based ADS-B", investigating the application of ADS-B networks to meet the predicted safety challenges of air traffic growth over the next 20 years. The study also assesses how space-based ADS-B can enhance the world's aviation network  by introducing a near-real-time flight surveillance capability that provides 100 percent global coverage. As the 2020 mandate for ADS-B out capabilities continues to edge closer, NavWorx has announced a temporary price reduction on its ADS600-B, which provides ADS-B Out-and-In capabilities. The ADS600-B is being made available with a $200 price reduction effective immediately. The Air Line Pilots Association, International has called on Transport Canada to revise their recently announced recommendations for the implementation timeline of new fligh

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Fri, Jun 24, 2016

Airborne 06.23.16: Solar Impulse In Spain, Terrafugia Approval, Stratolaunch

Also: Twin Otter Rescue, #OSH16Coolest Program, AMA, Charlotte-Douglas, Canadian Astros, Hidden Airline Fees, SpaceX Cargo Launch

The flight of the Solar Impulse-2 around the world has had its challenges, and the crossing of the Atlantic Ocean was planned with the utmost care because of this final long-distance overwater leg of the journey. As it turned out, things went so well that the aircraft arrived in Seville, Spain ahead of the original planned schedule. At one point during the flight, pilot Bertrand Piccard blogged that he felt quite tired at the 44 hour point, and that he had to cope with some turbulence over the Azores Islands. Later in the flight he spent some time chatting with Sir Richard Branson. We may be getting closer to a Terrafugia flying car as the FAA has approved a Petition for Exemption filed in 2014 allowing a vehicle in the Transition street-legal airplane c

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Fri, Jun 24, 2016

Orbital ATK Completes Resupply To ISS

"S.S. Rick Husband" Provided Record Shipment of Vital Cargo To ISS, Then Used As Technology Platform For In-Space Experiments

The second ISS resupply mission undertaken by Orbital ATK this year has come to a successful conclusion. The mission, known as OA-6, marked the company’s fifth CRS-1 mission and the first time its Cygnus has been used as an in-orbit research platform.

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Fri, Jun 24, 2016

Air Combat Command: F-35 On Track For IOC

Program Leader Says Airplane Is In Final Stages Before Initial Operational Capability Is Achieved

The F-35A Lightning II is on track to declare initial operational capability between August and December. IOC is the first step Air Combat Command will take in bringing the F-35 online as the latest fifth-generation multirole fighter.

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Fri, Jun 24, 2016

Two More Red Arrows Displays Cancelled Over Safety Concerns

Minehead Summer Festival In Somerset,  Whitby Regatta in North Yorkshire Pull The Plug On The Team

The RAF's Red Arrows precision demonstration team has been axed from two more air shows this summer due to the new safety regulations after a Shoreham air disaster last August.

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Fri, Jun 24, 2016

EASA Certifies Atlas Active Winglets For Citation M2

Tamarack's Active Winglet Technology Now Approved For Four Cessna Airplanes

EASA has granted Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approval to Tamarack Aerospace for its Atlas Active Winglets on the Cessna Citation M2 light jet. With the CJ, CJ1 and CJ1+ certified in December 2015, this brings the total number of Cessna models approved for Tamarack’s winglets up to four.

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