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December 07, 2011

St. Louis-Area Airport Aims To Boost Business Aviation Operations

Primary Runway Re-Opened After Extensive Rehabilitation

The recent completion of $7.4 million in improvements at historic St. Louis Downtown Airport is expected to provide a welcome boost to business aviation air traffic and related activities at the facility. The airport’s 7,001-foot primary runway reopened in early November after being repaved and widened from 100 to 150 feet.

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Embraer Opens its Global Customer Center for Executive Jets

Prepares to Deliver First U.S. Built Aircraft to Executive AirShare

Embraer has cut the ribbon on its U.S.-based, global Customer Center located at the Melbourne International Airport in Melbourne, Florida, and presented for delivery the first Phenom 100 assembled in the United States to Robert Taylor, CEO of Executive AirShare.

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HBC Puts The Brakes On Hawker 200 Program

CEO Boisture Cites Ongoing Economic Pressure In 'Slowing' The Program

The news from Washington continues to be about a slow recovery, but try telling that to the folks working on the Hawker 200 light jet program, who with the rest of the company got some unwelcome news from top management.

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California Teen Wins Sikorsky Challenge To Envision Helicopter Of The Future

Helicopter 2050 Challenge Drew Entries Nationally

Sikorsky Aircraft and By Kids For Kids Co., an organization that inspires kids to be successful inventors, have awarded a California teenager the Igor Sikorsky Youth Innovator Award for envisioning a small unmanned helicopter that could carry critical relief supplies and electrical power to the scene of a natural disaster or other catastrophic event.

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