Sun Country Airlines announced Friday the confirmation of its
plan of reorganization which allows the company to exit bankruptcy.
The plan was confirmed by Judge Robert J. Kressel during a court
hearing this morning in Minneapolis and was overwhelmingly approved
by the creditors eligible to vote.
A B-1B Lancer Carried 24 AGM-158 Joint Air-to-Surface Stand-off
Missiles Over The Gulf Of Mexico
A Dyess Air Force Base B-1B Lancer carried a full load of 24
AGM-158 Joint Air-to-Surface Stand-off Missiles on a flight over
the Gulf of Mexico, September 7 -- a first for the B-1 and AGM-158.
"The mission was a success," said Maj. Brian Owen, the chief of
wing weapons and tactics. "Everything went as planned, and we can
verify that the B-1B can in fact operate its full capacity of
Word from a top trade group official is the U.S. aviation and
aerospace industries plan on asking Congress for a portion of the
$50 billion in infrastructure assistance funding. The funding was
announced by President Barack Obama September 6th in Milwaukee,
New Alliance Provides Gogo Biz Wireless Internet Services For
Private Jet Travelers
After 15 years of providing private aviation solutions, Flexjet
will now offer Aircell's Gogo Biz inflight Wi-Fi service as a
standard feature on its fractional program aircraft at no
additional charge to owners.
device incorporated in certain airborne navigation and flight
instruments indicating that:
are inoperative or otherwise not operating satisfactorily,
strength or quality of the received signal falls below acceptable
Aero-Linx: A Pilot's Guide to
Aviation Weather Services
This brochure is designed to help you use the NATIONAL AVIATION
WEATHER SYSTEM to the fullest extent possible. The information and
services described here are available from the National Weather
Service (NWS), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and
information service companies.
"Atmospheric carbon dioxide is like a chemical
spy... It infiltrates every part of the surface of Mars and
can indicate the presence of water and its history."
Source: Paul Niles, a space scientist at
NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, commenting on data from
NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander which suggests that liquid water has
interacted with the Martian surface throughout the planet's history
and into modern times. The research also provides new evidence that
volcanic activity has persisted on the Red Planet into geologically
recent times, several million years ago.