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January 04, 2011

Eleven Earn Master Instructor Designation In December

First Helicopter Accreditation Goes To An Instructor In Fort Worth, TX

Master Instructors LLC and its Board of Review take pride in announcing a significant aviation accomplishment on the part of these very special aviation educators.  Recently, they were all accredited as Masters by Master Instructors LLC.

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First 2011 WAC Luncheon Slated For New National Center For Aviation Training

Panel Discussion January 18 Will Feature WSU President Don Beggs, NIAR President John Tomblin, New NCAT President Tony Kinkel

The Wichita Aero Club will move its first monthly luncheon of 2011 from its traditional site at the Wichita Airport Hilton to the campus of the new National Center for Aviation Training (NCAT) on Tuesday, January 18.

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World Fuel Services Completes Acquisition Of The Hiller Group

Expands General Aviation Business

World Fuel Services Corporation of Miami, FL opened the new year with the announcement Monday that its wholly-owned subsidiary, World Fuel Services, Inc., has completed the previously announced acquisition of The Hiller Group, Inc. and certain affiliates ("Hiller").

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Freedom Flight 2011 Tour Schedule Announced

One Thousand Mile Tour To End At Sebring Sport Aviation Show

Beginning January 15th, two Able Flight pilots will fly more than a thousand miles to meet with wounded veterans  in four states to tell them how they can receive an Able Flight scholarship.

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Canada's Aviation Hall Of Fame To Honor Four Inductees

Belt Of Orion Recipient Also To Be Recognized

Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame (CAHF) will induct four Canadians, and recognize a Belt of Orion recipient, at its 2011 annual gala dinner and ceremony at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Hamilton, in May.

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150 Expected To Attend Training Reform Symposium

Industry Stakeholders To Meet In Atlanta On May 4-5

The Society of Aviation and Flight Educators (SAFE) reports it is making steady progress in putting together the GA Pilot Training Reform Symposium it will chair in Atlanta in May.

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Piper Moves Business Plan Forward In 2010

Company Says It Had A Strong Year

Management shakeups and jet re-design not withstanding, Piper Aircraft company says that during the year just ended, it significantly strengthened its position as a global airplane manufacturer.

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'FAA Safety Briefing' Celebrates 50 Years

Anniversary Issue Looks Back At GA Safety Over Half A Century

The latest issue of FAA Safety Briefing celebrates the publication's 50th anniversary by looking back on the state of general aviation (GA) safety and highlighting a half century of safety focus and progress.

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EASA May Offer Two Years Grace On Third-Country Registrations

Bi-Lateral Negotiations May Soon Open On N-Register Aircraft Proposal

Pilots and operators of aircraft on the N-register continue to be caught in between Europe and America as the two countries attempt to resolve trade issues, and the IAOPA says in its most recent newsletter that the future does not look promising.

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