The Experimental Aircraft Association has obtained an agreement
with the FAA that allows pilots of U.S. and non-U.S. surplus
military aircraft and certain turbine-powered experimental
amateur-built/experimental exhibition aircraft to operate beyond
the July 31 deadline for LOA's and LOOA's under certain
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We've been blown away by the new V300T Aero-V6... unaware that any
powerplant with pistons could run as smoothly or as quietly as the
prototype is ALREADY doing. We've never flown anything smoother
that wasn't burning jet fuel... and were particularly impressed by
the unusually fuel economy of this powerful engine.
It had been hanging fire so long that cynics thought it was
never going to happen. On July 20, the FAA issued the final NPRM on
Sport Pilot and Light Sport Aircraft. Tomorrow, we're going to wake
up and face the music.
The government of Denmark and the U.S. Navy have formally
executed a Letter of Offer and Acceptance (LOA) paving the way for
the manufacture and delivery of the AIM-9X Sidewinder air-to-air
missile system to the Royal Danish Air Force.
“We have created an aircraft that has the perfect
balance of power and weight, achieving unprecedented range and
endurance in this class. We are confident this combination will
allow for more economical trips, making the EA-500 the new standard
for touring aircraft.”
Source: Ken Keith, Extra Aircraft CEO,
commenting on the announcement of the certification by EASA of the
WWII will come alive at Daniel Webster College and adjacent
Nashua (NH) Municipal Airport (KASH) when WWII pilot and deputy
director of the National Air and Space Museum, Donald S. Lopez,
talks about that extraordinary time in history at the College's
2004 Aviation Heritage Festival September 25 and 26.
Issued: 07/20/2004 16:43
Effective: 07/23/2004 20:15 - 07/24/2004 00:00
Facility: ZOB - CLEVELAND (ARTCC),OH.
Type: AIR SHOWS/SPORTS
Description: JAMES CLEMENTS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT, BAY CITY,
AD NUMBER: 2004-15-01
SUBJECT: Airworthiness Directive 2004-15-01
SUMMARY: The FAA is adopting a new airworthiness
directive (AD) for certain Raytheon Aircraft Company(Raytheon)
Model 390 airplanes.