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April 27, 2011

NATA Fund Will Continue Fighting Threats To Aviation In California

Association Takes On CA Legislature On Excessive Fees, Burdensome Regulations

In late 2009, California passed legislation that would give the state the authority to regulate facilities providing flight training.

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ANN Special Feature: Part I: New Airline Passenger Protections - 04.27.11

ANN's Paul Plack talks with Kate Hanni of Flyers Rights about numerous new protections for airline passengers announced by the US Department of Transportation, and the reaction of the airline indus

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ANN Special Feature: Part II: New Airline Passenger Protections - 04.28.11

ANN's Paul Plack talks with Kate Hanni of Flyers Rights about the US Department of Transportation's new tarmac stranding time limit on international flights, when it will take effect, and about the

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LoPresti Acquires Tri-Nav Charts

"The Aviators' Guide For Easily Navigating The Airspace System"

LoPresti Aviation has acquired the rights to Howie Keefe's Tri-Nav Chart print and digital products.

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Becker Touts Aviation Intercom System For ISR Aircraft

Digital System For Special Mission Platforms

Becker Avionics says it can provide cutting edge audio and intercom solutions for the airborne Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) community to help enable organizations and government agencies to make the right tactical and operational decisions.

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Investors Waiting On Cirrus Counter-Offer

Group Still Hopes To Bring Company Back Under U.S. Control

In March, industry consultant and investment banker Brian Foley published a report exploring the buying up of US general-aviation companies by foreign entities. In doing so, he unwittingly discovered a widespread penchant for getting one particular company, Cirrus Aircraft, back under US control.

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