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The Denver-based company is designing a three-engine vertical-lift business aircraft to provide door-to-door travel.
The approval covers Rolls-Royce, Honeywell and Pratt & Whitney Canada engines.
NTSB says pilots of the Cessna 172 and Sabreliner that collided near San Diego Brown Field Municipal Airport on August 16 were in contact with the tower.
The FAA released a list of more than 750 drone sightings, including several from business aircraft operators.
The pilot said that the autofeather system feathered the right propeller, but could not recall feathering the left engine.
The company holds nine of the 25 Million Air FBOs in North America, as well as three Freeman-branded facilities in California and Louisiana.
Elevated traffic means operators need to secure parking authorizations as well as slots.
The investigative body assigned blame to the fighter pilot.
CMD's ADS-B OUT solution is a relatively simple installation for aircraft equipped with Rockwell Collins Pro Line 4 and 21 avionics.
Government funds promised for the projects have not been forthcoming