Covering an event like Oshkosh properly would be impossible
without some great help brought on specifically for the event. We
have an experienced crew of stringers who'll be roaming the grounds
of Wittman Regional Airport looking for the interesting, unusual,
compelling, and sometimes the downright odd.
A Cessna 206 operating as a medical transort plane went down
Friday in Lake Michigan off the coast of Ludington, according to
Coast Guard officials. Initial reports are that of the five people
on board, one has been rescued.
Says The Measure Is Needed To Put The Spurs To The
NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen on Friday urged swift passage in
the Senate of an amended proposal to renew accelerated, or "bonus,"
depreciation for investments in strategic business assets,
Pilot, Teenage Passenger Were Fatally Injured During "Low-Level
A Moore Skybolt, N6644, was destroyed On November 8, 2009, at
1122 CST when it impacted terrain shortly after taking off from
Quartz Mountain Airport (AXS) in Altus, Oklahoma. The pilot and a
teenage passenger were fatally injured by the impact.
Blakey: A Completed NASA Bill Is "Absolutely Critical" To The
U.S. Space Industry
In a statement released Thursday, AIA said it is "extremely
pleased" that the Senate Commerce Committee and the House Science
and Technology Committee have completed work on their respective
versions of the NASA authorization bill.
Inaugural Flight Begins Delivery Of Major Assemblies For
Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner Program
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings' Atlas Air unit has launched
Dreamlifter fleet service for Boeing, pursuant to a previously
announced nine-year agreement that significantly expands Atlas
Air’s outsourced CMI (crew, maintenance, and insurance)
"Because many companies will be making staffing
decisions for fiscal 2011 in the next month, a quickly-completed
NASA authorization bill is absolutely critical for the health and
future vitality of the U.S. space industry."
Source: AIA President & CEO Marion C.