Aviation General Announces Default By Tiger Aircraft
The deal to bring Commander and Tiger aircraft models together
under one roof has failed. Aviation General, Incorporated has been
informed that Tiger Aircraft, LLC and/or its affiliates, members,
and investors, which include a subsidiary of Teleflex Incorporated
and various Taiwanese investors ("Tiger"), will not honor their
commitment(s) pursuant to the executed Stock Purchase Agreement and
court confirmed financial reorganization Plan for Commander
Aircraft Company, Aviation General's wholly owned subsidiary.
"A few months ago, we weren't sure if we'd make it to
the hills, and now here we are preparing to drive up into them.
It's very exciting."
Source: Dr. Matt Golombek, Mars
rover science-team member at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
commenting on the success of the rover missions and how they have
significantly exceeded all operational mission expectations.
Issued: 07/08/2004 19:30
Effective: 07/16/2004 16:00 - 07/18/2004 22:00
Facility: ZID - INDIANAPOLIS (ARTCC),IN.
Type: AIR SHOWS/SPORTS
Description: JAMES M COX DAYTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT,
AD NUMBER: 2004-14-19
SUBJECT: Airworthiness Directive 2004-14-19
SUMMARY: This amendment adopts a new airworthiness
directive (AD), applicable to all Boeing Model 767 series
airplanes, that requires repetitive detailed inspections of the aft
pressure bulkhead for indications of "oil cans" and previous "oil
can" repairs, and corrective actions, if necessary.
ANN has been monitoring a number of sources and insiders the
last few days and feels reasonably confident that the long-awaited
Sport Pilot rule will see the light of day within a few days... if