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May 13, 2004

Just A Few Questions...

General Aviation Coalition Quizzes TSA Chief

The nominated administrator for the Transportation Security Administration is sensitive to the security issues his agency creates for general aviation. Acting Administrator David Stone met with the General Aviation Coalition (GAC) late last Friday, with representatives from AOPA, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA), the National Air Transportation Association (NATA), the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), the Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA), and other general aviation organizations, to discuss security issues affecting general aviation.

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GAMA Cheers Senate Passage Of JOBS Act

GAMA seems pretty pleased with the Senate's passage of S. 1637, the Jumpstart Our Business Strength (JOBS) Act today. Included in the bill is a provision extending for another 12 months the accelerated (bonus) depreciation "placed-in-service" date for general aviation aircraft. This is GAMA's top legislative priority for the year.

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A Kick In The Glass: A First Look at the Cirrus Design SR22-G2 (Part Three)

An Evolutionary Step Forward For A Revolutionary Airplane

The G2's starting system is pretty uncomplicated once you get through the checklist, pop on the electrical (though one must note that there is a lot more electrical to deal with than other airplanes… since the SR22 has two separate electrical systems), prime (if required) and fire the works up, advancing the mixture as soon as you get the fire burning. 

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The View From Up Here

True To Life Scenery Of "The City By The Bay" For Microsoft Flight Simulator

MegaScenery publisher, PC Aviator, today announced that the third volume of MegaScenery – Northern California, featuring San Francisco, Sacramento and 38,000 square miles of surrounding countryside has gone gold and is scheduled for release on 7 June 2004.

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German Flight School Takes Delivery Of 172 Fleet

Five Going To Theorie Training Center In Bonn

Cessna Aircraft Company will deliver a fleet of five Cessna 172R Skyhawks to Theorie Training Center (TTC) located in Bonn, Germany.  The aircraft will be delivered in late May and will be used to provide flight training for students pursuing their private pilot and instrument license. TTC has been using Cessna airplanes to teach people to fly for the past 15 years.

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The Airport is on The Table

Kids Learn Aviation Through 'Tabletop' Airport Class

By ANN Special Correspondent Rose Dorcey When one of your county's most famous sons is an astronaut, there are bound to be people within it who share great enthusiasm for space and aviation. Such is the case of the Monroe County Aviators, a southeast Wisconsin organization whose goal is to "teach and encourage kids in the field of aviation."

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Delaware TFR: 05/14/04-05/16/04

NOTAM: 4/4052 Issued: 05/10/2004 19:27 Effective: 05/14/2004 17:00 - 05/16/2004 21:00 State: DE Facility: ZDC - WASHINGTON (ARTCC),DC. Type: AIR SHOWS/SPORTS Description: DOVER AFB, DE.

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West Virginia TFR: 05/13/04

NOTAM: 4/4129 Issued: 05/11/2004 20:31 Effective: 05/13/2004 15:50 - 05/13/2004 18:55 State: VA Facility: ZID - INDIANAPOLIS (ARTCC),IN. Type: VIP Description: PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA, MAY 13, 2004 LOCAL.

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Israel Hosts Fly-In

Includes Fly-Around

The Israel Association of General Aviation, the IAGA, is organizing the Israel Fly-In 2004; in which the Association will host a delegation of pilots and airplanes in a fly-over around Israel, from May 13 through May 17.

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