Can the SJ30-2 take the pressure and stress of certification?
Sino Swearingen Aircraft Corp. says it can. The company announced
Thursday that they have finalized all required static testing for
FAA certification of their new airframe.
Where's my helicopter? Cougar Helicopters plans to know the
answer to that question from now on. Cougar will be using the Blue
Sky Network SkyRouter Tracking System to manage their fleet of
helicopters and workboats.
If you were hoping for an expose on how the Trilateral
Commission or the Bilderbergers are behind this affront to
isolationism, you've come to the wrong website. But if you want to
know about the amazing technology of this plane and who's behind it
you came to the right place.
Raytheon Aircraft Company announced two new programs to help
operators save money on Thursday. MaxPower and MaxServices programs
are designed to reward aircraft owners for membership and the use
of Raytheon Aircraft Services.
"...we believe that NTSB has yet to fully explain the
benefit to the public of increasing the reporting burden on
business aircraft operators."
Source: NBAA President Ed Bolen,
voicing concerns about the NTSB's recent notices about
AD NUMBER: PL2005-05-52
SUBJECT: Airworthiness Directive
SUMMARY: Emergency AD 2005-05-51 was considered an
interim action to immediately require visual inspection of the
forward, aft, and auxiliary wing spars for cracks.
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association believes the Federal
Aviation Administration is being shortsighted as the agency decides
whether or not to decommission two heavily used VOR radio
navigation aids (navaids) in southern New England.
It was only a matter of time before a new generation of aviators
started climbing the aeronautical ladder... without benefit of
(now) old-style "steam gauges." Well, it has started happening...
and this time, it's a family affair.