NATA President James K.
Coyne is reportedly QUITE pleased with the resounding success of
this week's Aviation Business Roundtable that concluded Friday, at
noon. The two-day meeting is the first of its kind to assemble top
business leaders from all aspects of this country's aviation
industry to meet with key Federal and Congressional officials in
Receives EASA TC: Enables G450 To Be Registered in European
Gulfstream Aerospace has received a TC from the European
Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for the new large-cabin, long-range
Gulfstream G450 business jet aircraft. This certification enables
the G450 to be registered in any of the 25 European Union
countries. The G450 received its FAA Type Certificate August 12.
The first G450 business jet will enter service in the second
quarter of next year.
American Utilicraft Corporation and Global Air Group, Execute
$1.2 Billion Aircraft Purchase Agreement
After 5 months of negotiations, American Utilicraft Corporation
and Global Air Group, of Brisbane Australia, have reached final
agreements for the purchase of 100 FF-1080 Freight Feeder Aircraft
and executed an Aircraft Purchase Agreement earlier this week.
Launch of NASA's Swift spacecraft aboard a Boeing Delta II
rocket is scheduled for Saturday Nov. 20 from Cape Canaveral Air
Force Station complex 17. The one hour launch window opens at 12:10
Air Force officials are providing more opportunities to
active-duty officers who want to become navigators. Officers who
meet basic qualifications must submit their application package by
Dec. 29 to be considered by the Feb. 8 to 10 undergraduate flying
training selection board at the Air Force Personnel Center.
Aero-News Quote of the Day
"I could not be happier with the efforts of the group
that assembled here this week in Washington. These attendees
were the best of the best and were able to demonstrate to Vice
President Cheney, Secretary Mineta, Under Secretary Hutchinson and
the rest of our outstanding group of speakers what the aviation
business segment of our industry has to offer to the American
public now and in the future."
Source: NATA President James K. Coyne,
speaking about NATA's recently concluded Aviation
Business Roundtable. The two-day meeting was the first of its
kind to assemble top business leaders from all aspects of this
country's aviation industry to meet with key Federal and
Congressional officials in Wa
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Used, will sell for $600.00
(or best offer)