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June 04, 2009

GAMA Applauds Passage Of Mica TSA Amendment

The TSA's Authoritarian Ways Get Reigned In

GAMA is applauding passage of the Mica-Petri-Ehlers-Graves Amendment to H.R. 2200, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Authorization Act. The amendment limits the TSA's ability to use security directives to circumvent the normal rulemaking process without consideration of operational impacts or economic burdens.

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Kate Dougherty Tapped For The Lindbergh Foundation

PR Professional Has Long Aviation History

The Lingbergh Foundation announced Wednesday that Kate Dougherty of Kate Dougherty Public Relations has joined the board of directors.

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Virginia Recognizes Pilots At Festival Of Flight

28 Honored As Aviation Ambassadors

The Virginia Department of Aviation (DOAV) recognized 28 pilots for completing its Virginia Aviation Ambassadors Program (VAAP) at the Virginia Regional Festival of Flight in Suffolk on May 30.

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DEADSTICK! New Private Pilot Learned Her Lesson Well

17 Year Old Pilot Makes Emergency Landing

 Megan Daley, a licensed pilot, was taking a friend from Georgetown to Brownwood Regional Airport for his checkride. But then the oil pressure in the Piper Tomahawk dropped to zero, the engine failed, and Daley's training kicked in.

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Terrafugia Continues Flight Testing 'Flying Car'

It's Two, Two, Two Vehicles In One

Almost since the first heavier-than-air powered flight, the flying car has been something of the Holy Grail of aviation. How many of us have dreamed of pulling our car out of the garage and having the option of driving to the store or flying to the next city without changing vehicles?

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Bi-Partisan Effort Undertaken On GA's Behalf

Nebraska, Alaska Senators Urge Support For Rural Airports

In a letter to the FAA, Nebraska's two U.S. Senators urge the administration to “utilize all available discretion and funding flexibility to support rural airports.”

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