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Waypoint sees significant long-term demand in Brazil despite current market conditions.
The manufacturer will pay a $12 million fine to resolve 'multiple pending and potential' civil penalties from the FAA.
The 2016 winners have trained thousands, been involved in marine and mouton rescue missions and developed instrument approaches.
LightSquared has emerged from bankruptcy and is forging ahead on a test plan it says will protect GPS receivers from interference.
Belgian company wants to become alternative player in the North Sea offshore oil-and-gas market.
New requirements narrows scope of ACAS resolution advisory reports.
The agency is attempting to stave off disaster by having owners of larger R/C aircraft and drones register them. The odds are stacked against it.
An editor with AIN for 22 years, Padfield has written four aviation books and logged more than 9,000 hours.
The FAA and CAAI began an “in-depth exchange” after a rocket from Gaza landed about a mile from Ben-Gurion Airport on July 22 last year.
Shipments and surplus up so far this year, but so too are early signs of slowdown.