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June 13, 2005

Short Notice Pennsylvania TFR: (06.14.05)

NOTAM:  5/4718  Issued:  06/13/2005 19:10  Effective:  06/14/2005 17:25 - 06/14/2005 19:55  State:  PA  Facility:  ZNY - NEW YORK (ARTCC),NY.  Type:  VIP  Description:  UNIVERSITY PARK, PENNSYLVANIA, JUNE 14 2005 LOCAL. 

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Short Notice Pennsylvania TFR: (06.14.05)

NOTAM:  5/4716  Issued:  06/13/2005 19:10  Effective:  06/14/2005 13:45 - 06/14/2005 17:40  State:  PA  Facility:  ZNY - NEW YORK (ARTCC),NY.  Type:  VIP  Description:  PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, JUNE 14 2005 LOCAL.

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'Almost' Certificated: Bell 210 Light Utility Helicopter

At a news conference Monday at the Paris Air Show, Bell Helicopter announced that it is nearing final FAA certification for the new Bell 210 light utility helicopter - which will mark a major milestone for the program and bring the aircraft one step closer to delivery.

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Gooney Down At FXE

An aircraft, reported to be a Douglas DC-3, has apparently crashed shortly after takeoff from the Ft. Lauderdale (FL) Executive Airport.

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Paris Air Show 2005: Boeing Bowed By Killer Qatar Order

Qatar Airways Announces Order For 60 A350s

Qatar Airways Monday let the cat out of the bag -- a huge launch order for the Airbus A350 -- bitter rival to Boeing's new 787 Dreamliner.

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Paris Air Show 2005: First Goodrich V-22 Electric Rescue Hoist Delivered

Boeing Rotorcraft recently took delivery of its first V-22 electric rescue hoist designed and manufactured by Goodrich Corporation. The hoist was installed onto a V-22 aircraft scheduled for delivery into service for the U.S. Air Force later this year.

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Third Time's A Charm! (Part Three)

Ready For Takeoff

By ANN Warbird Correspondent Tom Griffith It was no surprise to me that the pilots' checklists were a LOT more involved than those that I'm used to before taking off in a Cessna 150 or 172. B-17 drivers have to be concerned with such things as whether or not the tail wheel was locked, and all that stuff.

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Paris Air Show Underway

It's A New Day For The US At Le Bourget.

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Paris Air Show 2005: Raytheon Unveils New Special Mission King Air

Opening day at the Paris Air Show is full of exciting announcments... such as Raytheon's announcing another step in the Beechcraft King Air line with the introduction of the Beechcraft King Air 350ER - the latest in a line of proven special mission aircraft.

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Paris Air Show 2005: Lockheed-Martin Touts C-130J

C-130Js, which have been operating in-theater for nearly three years, are demonstrating day after day their 'ability to transform the world of tactical airlift operations.'

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Paris Air Show 2005: Boeing Discusses 787 Progress

At a briefing at the Paris Air Show, Boeing reported strong progress on many aspects of the all-new 787 Dreamliner that make the airplane more appealing to passengers and airlines.

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Paris Air Show 2005: Bombardier Unveils CSeries Mockup

Bombardier has unveiled the full-scale mockup of its next-generation CSeries family of aircraft. Bombardier also took the opportunity to announce it had selected its Mirabel facility as the final assembly site for the CSeries aircraft and confirmed it was in serious discussions with Pratt & Whitney Canada for a new centreline engine for the aircraft.

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Turkey Orders 12 S-70B SEAHAWK Helicopters

Sikorsky Aircraft has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Government of Turkey for 12 new S-70B SEAHAWK helicopters plus an option for five additional helicopters. First deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2008.

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STC'd: Blended Winglet Equipped Boeing 757-200

The FAA has awarded Aviation Partners Boeing a STC for Performance Enhancing Blended Winglet Technology for the Boeing 757-200.

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A380 Arrives In Paris

Plans Big Impression

The world's largest airliner arrived Sunday in Paris to make its debut at the Paris Air Show. The 46th Paris Air Show starts Monday, and will display the latest and greatest from many manufacturers.

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Bad Week For Stowaways

One Dead, One Just Embarrassed

It's been a bad week for stowaways. While the macabre death of an apparent stowaway in the wheel well of a South African Airbus 340 has garnered many headlines (including here), another stowaway left New York as an "unmanifested passenger" on a Spirit Air flight to Detroit last Thursday.

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Klyde Morris 06.13.05

Klyde Needs Some Attitude Adjustment... Who Knew?

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2005 Air Race Classic Coming Up

Women Fly

The country's longest running women's air race takes off on June 21st to 24th from the Purdue University Airport in West Lafayette, Indiana. The 2005 Air Race Classic will start and finish at KLAF, with the winners being announced on June 26th.

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Symphony Announces New VP Of Operations

Time To Ramp Up

Symphony Aircraft Industries (SAI) announced last week that Stephane Paradis has joined the company as Vice President of Operations. Paradis will have overall responsibility for the company's operational activities, including procurement, production planning and control, production, quality assurance and aircraft certification.

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Upgrades At Raytheon

New Positions

Raytheon announced promotions and new positions last week for three of their experienced personnel. Congratulations to Tony Marlow, Brad Stancil and Don Mercer.

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'Operation Babylift - Homeward Bound'

World Airways Departs For Vietnam

A World Airways plane departed Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport Sunday bound for Vietnam as part of a historic trip commemorating the 30-year anniversary of "Operation Babylift."

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New Glass For Astra 1125

More Info Available To Pilots

Duncan Aviation announced this week the successful certification and installation of the Rockwell Collins IDS-3000 and IFIS (Integrated Flight Information System) in an Astra 1125.

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Textron's Ken Wins!

Honored With International Business Award

Ken Bohlen, executive vice president and chief innovation officer of Textron won the 2005 International Business Award in the "Best MIS and Systems Executive" category.

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Aero-News Quote Of The Day (06.13.05)

"The aim, in coming here, is to show off this magnificent airplane to the whole world."

Source: Jacques Rosay, Test Pilot for Airbus, after flying the A380 to Paris for the first time.

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