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April 13, 2005

Cessna To Install AmSafe Airbags In GA Planes

Standard Equipment All Skyhawks, Skylanes, Stationairs

Cessna says it will now begin equipping all new single engine piston aircraft with AmSafe Aviation Inflatable Restraint (AAIR) seatbelt airbags. To date, AmSafe seatbelt airbags have been installed on over 100 Cessna single engine piston aircraft.

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WWII Missing in Action AAF Aviator ID'd

A Fallen (But NEVER Forgotten!) Flyer Returns

The Department of Defense POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) announced Tuesday that the remains of an Army Air Forces crewman have been identified and are being returned to his family for burial with military honors.

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Capstone Goes International

Anchorage Firm Becomes First To Export Capstone Technology

ADS-B Technologies says it's become the first to export Capstone technology out of the US. Company President Skip Nelson said his firm has signed a contract with the Civil Aviation Flight University of China to sell US-developed Capstone products and services in Asia.

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'Set And Forget' Climate Control Certified For Columbia 350 And 400

The Lancair Company is announcing certification of general aviation’s first intelligent system for Columbia 350 and 400 certified aircraft. The climate control system allows Columbia operators to set their desired cabin temperature using a digital display on the instrument panel.

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Cessna Claims SE Piston A/C Orders 'Surpass Expectations'

Cessna Aircraft Company says that their single engine piston aircraft order book is bulging. Over the past three weeks, Cessna has received over 450 single engine aircraft orders.

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Give Me A PA32... But Hold The Ice, Please!

Piper Introduces Emergency Icing Protection On PA-32s

New Piper Aircraft, Inc. will offer its new Piper Inadvertent Icing Protection System (PIIPS) as optional equipment on it's unpressurized six-seat single-engine models.

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BRS And Symphony Aircraft Industries Team Up

Ballistic Recovery Systems has announced that it has signed a strategic alliance agreement with Symphony Aircraft Industries (SAI). The Joint agreement allows Symphony to become the first certificated high-wing design to offer the parachute factory installed. 

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Avidyne Announces FlightCenterâ„¢ Aviation Datalink Services

Avidyne has launched its FlightCenter™ suite of datalink-enabled services. FlightCenter delivers aviation services both on the ground via the internet, and in the air through Avidyne’s MultiLink™-enabled FlightMax Entegra integrated flight deck, and FlightMax EX500 and EX5000 multi-function displays (MFD).

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Baron 55s & Cessna 310s Have New McCauley Blackmac STC Option

The FAA has granted an STC to McCauley Propeller Systems for installation of a new three bladed propeller for the Beechcraft Baron 95-55, 95-A55, 95-B55, 95-B55A, and 95-B55B. A new three-bladed STC has also been awarded for the Cessna E310J, 310J and 310L.

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Renamed: Beechcraft Bonanzas and Barons

Raytheon Aircraft Company Renames Legendary Beechcraft Bonanza And Beechcraft Baron

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