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Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Aero-TV: USB To Go! -- True Blue Power’s TA102 Dual USB Charging Port

One Of GA's Most Innovative Companies Keeps You Charged Up

In this short video Tom Genovese, the Director of Sales for Mid Continent Instruments and Avionics, shows us a product that allows our cockpit to become as modern as a new car. As cigarette lighters have disappeared in automobiles, USB ports have taken their place to power and charge our personal electronic devices. Mid Continent Instruments has now come up with USB charging ports for airplanes. Genovese shows us this neat installation in various forms. It is designed for use in the cockpit or in the passenger compartment, and even a lighted version is available. The USB block includes two charging ports, and it supplies enough power for any personal electronic device. The installation is simple, the price is reasonable, and it’s FAA approved for type certificated aircraft. It’s about time airplanes kept up with our need for USB power support.

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Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Barnstorming: Casting Our Nets Upon The Waters

Seeking New Courses, Embracing New Solutions and Distancing Ourselves From The ‘That’s The Way We’ve Always Done It…” Mindset

Analysis/Commentary and Opinion By James R. Campbell, ANN CEO/Editor-In-Chief “Sometimes People Don't Want To Hear The Truth Because They Don't Want Their Illusions Destroyed.” -- Friedrich Nietzsche OK… Pay attention, folks… we have a LOT to discuss and only a few hours and days before we drop the hammer on the first in a series of efforts that have been underway for much of the last year. We’ve been talking about (some of) it all for a while, but the fact of the matter is that we’ve been designing and building a set of tools that we want to use to upgrade and enhance our mission… and the first of those tools (of quite a number of them) will deploy in a few short hours.

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Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Envrio Groups Petition EPA Over Leaded Fuel Ruling

Follows EPA Denial Of Rulemaking Petition For Regulation Of Lead Emissions From Aircraft

Three environmental groups have filed a petition seeking a reconsideration of the EPA's denial of Friends of the Earth’s October 3, 2006 petition for rulemaking seeking the regulation of lead emissions from general aviation aircraft.

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Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Altus, McConnell AFBs Selected To Receive KC-46A Pegasus Aircraft

Training In Oklahoma, First Active-Duty Base In Kansas

Air Force officials announced April 23, that Altus Air Force Base, OK, is the Air Force’s KC-46A Pegasus formal training unit and McConnell AFB, KS, is the first active duty-led Pegasus main operating base.

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Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Teamsters, Other Unions Pledge Support To Regional Pilots

Unions Working Together To Fight Concessions Across Airline Industry

The head of one of the largest Teamster pilot unions joined other union leaders across the industry in spearheading an agreement to set new standards for regional pilot contracts and to stand together during negotiations.  

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Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Boeing Looks To Build For The Future

Tinseth Calls First Quarter Report 'A Testament To Our People And Our Plan'

Boeing released some good news for its shareholders and employees in its first quarter report issues this week, and that has Randy Tinseth looking to the future.

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Fri, Apr 25, 2014

FAA Prohibits U.S. Flights To Crimea

Notice Posted In The Federal Register Wednesday

The FAA has posted a notice in the Federal Register that bans U.S. pilots from flying in Crimea and much of its territorial waters as the U.S. continues to dispute Russian actions in that region.

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Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Klyde Morris 04.25.2014

Klyde Gets Schooled On How Things Work

FMI: www.klydemorris.com

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Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Bell Helicopter Expands Maintenance Training Offerings In Singapore

Australian Civil Aviation Authority Approves New Services

The Bell Helicopter Training Academy (BTA) has received Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) approval to conduct Bell 412EP/Bell 412EPI B1.3 and B2 Part 147 technical training at the Bell Helicopter Singapore Service Center.

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Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Aero-TV: USB To Go! -- True Blue Power’s TA102 Dual USB Charging Port

One Of GA's Most Innovative Companies Keeps You Charged Up

In this short video Tom Genovese, the Director of Sales for Mid Continent Instruments and Avionics, shows us a product that allows our cockpit to become as modern as a new car. As cigarette lighters have disappeared in automobiles, USB ports have taken their place to power and charge our personal electronic devices. Mid Continent Instruments has now come up with USB charging ports for airplanes.
Genovese shows us this neat installation in various forms. It is designed for use in the cockpit or in the passenger compartment, and even a lighted version is available. The USB block includes two charging ports, and it supplies enough power for any personal electronic device.

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