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May 31, 2005

Colorado TFR: 06.01.05

NOTAM:  5/4274  Issued:  05/31/2005 22:00  Effective:  06/01/2005 14:40 - 06/01/2005 15:30  State:  CO  Facility:  ZDV - DENVER (ARTCC),CO.  Type:  VIP  Description:  COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, JUNE 1 2005 LOCAL.

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Virginia TFR: 05.31.05 - 06.01.05

NOTAM:  5/4275  Issued:  05/31/2005 22:00  Effective:  05/31/2005 22:30 - 06/01/2005 02:00  State:  VA  Facility:  ZDC - WASHINGTON (ARTCC),DC.  Type:  VIP  Description:  MCLEAN, VIRGINIA, MAY 31 2005 LOCAL. 

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New Jersey TFR: 06.02.05

NOTAM:  5/4253  Issued:  05/31/2005 14:50  Effective:  06/02/2005 14:30 - 06/02/2005 21:15  State:  NJ  Facility:  ZNY - NEW YORK (ARTCC),NY.  Type:  AIR SHOWS/SPORTS  Description:  MCGUIRE AFB NJ. 

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Arizona TFR: Until Further Notice

NOTAM:  5/4244  Issued:  05/31/2005 04:00  Effective:  05/31/2005 03:00 - Undetermined  State:  AZ  Facility:  ZAB - ALBUQUERQUE (ARTCC),NM.  Type:  HAZARDS  Description:  22 MILES NE OF TEMPE AZ. 

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Swearingen Turboprop Goes Down At Teterboro

Pilot Rushed To Hospital, In "Fair" Condition

For the third time this year, a general aviation aircraft went down at New Jersey's Teterboro Airport, injuring the pilot who was alone on board.

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Lancair Appoints New Sales And Service Center For Mexico

Lancair has appointed Aeronaves Din�micas del Norte, S.A. de C.V., a division of Grupo Lomex of Monterrey, Mexico, to represent the Company and its line of certified aircraft.

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Agreed But FAR From Happy About It -- AMFA Ratifies Tentative Agreement with UAL

Backs Against The Wall?

The Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association (AMFA) tells ANN that its members working at United Airlines ratified the tentative contract agreement with the company through electronic balloting.

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Bush Administration Goes Back to WTO Over Airbus Subsidies

Of Course You Know, Doc, This Means War

It was just six weeks ago that EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson declared his version of peace in our time -- a pledge that the union's dispute with the US over airplane manufacturing subsidies would be resolved without a battle in open trade court. Now, the US has filed a World Trade Organization suit against the EU, alleging unfair subsidies to Airbus. Mandelson, abandoning hopes of settling without launching a trade war, has filed a countersuit, accusing local governments in the States of, in effect, subsidizing Boeing.

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US Airways Expected To Ask For Hearing Delay

Union Leader Expects Golden Parachutes Will Be Approved

The nation's seventh-biggest air carrier goes to court Tuesday, expected to face a lot of union opposition to its plans for a merger with America West.

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Airline Stats Go To The Dogs... And Cats

What does it take to get a federal rule made? Well, a new federal rule that requires airlines to track, manage and report statistics on pet fatalities and injuries in cargo holds resulted from four complaints of pet mistreatment or injury to the Department of Transportation last year.

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Iraqi Turboprop Downed In Iraq, Sandstorm Suspected

Very few concrete details are available at the moment, but an Iraqi military aircraft has gone down in a sandstorm. The bird was crewed by at least 5 people, of which four were believed to be American.

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Sen. Schumer Uses Unresolved Coney Island Crash to Urge Stronger Regs

Senator Dancing On Fresh Graves?

Within days of a tragic fatal crash on a Coney Island Beach of a Cessna 172, operating under part 91, Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has latched onto the tragedy in order to conduct a little political grandstanding...

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ANN's Aero-NewsBug Ready For Prime-Time

In addition to our new RSS and XML feeds (and a few things we'll be talking about shortly... REALLY cool stuff, we promise), we're about ready to release the first public build of ANN's long-awaited Aero-NewsBug...

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Another Iraq Crash; Helo Down, 4 Killed

The Italian Army lost a helicopter, to unknown causes, some time Tuesday. Four persons on board were reported to have been killed.

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Wright Flyer To Soar Again

The Wright brothers' 1903 Flyer will be displayed at floor level at the National Air and Space Museum's flagship building in Washington only through Oct. 17. 

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SpaceX Lets Off Some 'Steam'

SpaceX has successfully completed their first full launch wet dress rehearsal, including execution of all launch operations and a hold down firing of the Falcon I.

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Upgraded: Peta Sheridan

Sheridan Promoted to OK3AIR Flight School Director

OK3AIR has announced that Peta Sheridan is its new Flight School Director and Chief Flight Instructor. Peta takes over from Thorne Butler, who joins the OK3AIR aircraft sales team.

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Boeing ScanEagle UAV Surpasses 3000 Combat Flight Hours in Iraq

Provides Real-Time Imagery for Tactical Commanders  

ScanEagle, a long-endurance fully autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), has surpassed 3,000 combat flight hours during operations in Iraq in just ten months.

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Another Bombardier 415 Amphib Heads For Italy

The Italian Government has purchased another Bombardier 415 amphibious aircraft for its firefighting operations. The contract with Italy also includes the purchase of kits to enhance the aircraft with an autopilot, nose radar and flight data recorder.

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9/11 Fighter Jet Dedicated At USMC's TBS

“On a warm September morning in 2001, hijacked American Airlines Flight 11, in one of the most vicious attacks on American soil, shattered the tranquil routine of Americans working in New York as it crashed into the World Trade Center,” said Col. James B. Laster, commanding officer of The Basic School.

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Aero-News Quote Of The Day (05.31.05)

"They're like oversized model airplanes. This is definitely not something you want to fly in from here to Texas... They look like coffins with wings."

Source: Scott Rayburn, of Aerospace Refinishing, Inc.; quoted widely in various media outlets after a Formula One Air racer went down during a scheduled air race at Clarence Page Airport, west of Oklahoma City, OK. The sensational quote cast a negative image upon a segment of air racing that did not need such a negative characterization at a troubling time...

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New Jersey TFR (06.04.05)

NOTAM Number :  FDC 5/4165  Location : Somers Point, New Jersey near ATLANTIC CITY VORTAC (ACY) Beginning Date : June 04, 2005 at 15:30 UTC Ending Date : June 04, 2005 at 20:00 UTC Reason for NOTAM : Due to parachute jumps by the U.S. Army Black Daggers. Type : Airshow

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