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The company recently finalized its purchase of Danbury Aerospace, marking the fourth acquisition in the last 24 months.
Bills would repeal the state’s decade-old tax exemption on the sale of aircraft, maintenance and parts.
Notice is based on findings from an FAA/industry working group, recent and upgraded bird-strike statistics, and NTSB recommendations made in 2009.
The company is resuming production of normally-aspirated 182 and moving ahead of diesel Skyhawk, but plans for Skylane remain unclear.
Able Flight provides scholars for persons with disabilities to help them achieve their goal of becoming a pilot.
Lack of training erodes oversight capability, say watchdog groups.
The Beijing-based company provides design, engineering, certification and installation services for business jets.
The seminar is intended to provide useful, practical information about precisely what equipment operators need to comply with the coming mandates.
Order is the result of a framework agreement signed in December between the two companies that could see Rosneft take up to 160 AgustaWestland helicopters.
Danniel Hoose returned cylinders to use without properly testing them.