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February 27, 2011

NTSB's Hersman Addresses Code Sharing, International Investigations

Keynotes American Bar Association's Forum On Air And Space Law

In a keynote address Wednesday to the American Bar Association's Forum on Air and Space Law 2011 Update Conference, NTSB Chair Debora A.P. Hersman addressed the issues of international code sharing, as well as the NTSB's participation in aviation accident investigations in other countries.

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Cessna, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Renew Partnership Agreement

Six-Year Agreement to Provide Single-Engine Non-Complex Aircraft

Cessna Aircraft Company has signed an agreement with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University naming Cessna as the school's exclusive supplier of single-engine non-complex aircraft.

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Canadian Space Commerce Association Plans Annual Meeting

Will Focus On "The Next Breakthrough Space Technologies for Canada"

What are the technologies in which Canada can lead, now and in the future? Organizers say that is a central focus to be discussed at the Canadian Space Commerce Association's annual meeting.

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NASA Assessing New Launch Dates For The Glory Mission

Problem Seems To Be Coming From The Vehicle Interface Control Console

Preparations for the launch of NASA's Glory mission from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California have been suspended temporarily. Engineers continue to troubleshoot a malfunction in ground support equipment associated with the Taurus XL rocket.

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Air Charter Safety Foundation Welcomes Two New Operators

Dominion Aviation Services And DB Aviation Achieve ACSF Audit Registered Status

The Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) said Thursday it has added Dominion Aviation Services, Inc., of Richmond, Virginia, and DB Aviation, Inc., of Waukegan, Illinois, to the ACSF Industry Audit Standard Registry (IAS).

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300th Common Cockpit Delivered To The U.S. Navy

The "Nerve Center" For All Multi-Mission Helos In The Fleet

The 300th Common Cockpit, the nerve center for every multi-mission helicopter in the U.S. Navy fleet, has been delivered to the U.S. Navy by prime contractor Lockheed Martin.

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Aircelle Will Supply LEAP-X Engine Nacelle For Airbus' A320neo

Will Apply Concepts And Technology Developed For A380s

Airbus has selected Aircelle (Safran group) to supply the complete integrated nacelle package for the A320neo Family powered by CFM International's LEAP-X engines. The A320neo is Airbus' new engine option for its best-selling A320 aircraft Family, offering significant fuel savings.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.27.11): EnRoute Automation System (EAS)

EnRoute Automation System (EAS) The complex integrated environment consisting of situation display systems, surveillance systems and flight data processing, remote devices, decision support tools, and the related communications equipment that form the heart of the automated IFR air traffic control system. It interfaces with automated terminal systems and is used in the control of en route IFR aircraft.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (02.27.11)

Aero-Linx: Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals Welcome to Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals (OBAP) website. They are a non-profit organization section 501(c)(3) founded in 1976 to enhance, advance, and promote education opportunities in aviation. The Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals, formerly The Organization of Black Airline Pilots, now has a new name.

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Aero-News: Quote Of The Day (02.27.11)

"Through our investigations, we recognized that a better understanding of airline code-sharing arrangements and their role in aviation safety was needed, so we held a symposium last October... We found that there is no universal type of code-share. Whether it's a code-share partnership between a domestic main line carrier and regional air carrier, or two domestic main line carriers, or domestic and international carriers, these are complex relationships. Many mainline carriers have multiple regional partners, and some regionals fly for several mainline carriers." Source: In a keynote address Wednesday to the American Bar Association's Forum on Air and Space Law 2011 Update Conference, NTSB Chair Debora A.P. Hersman addressed the issues

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