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The upgraded version of the light twin received European certification last week.
The Northern Plains Unmanned Systems Authority will conduct initial flights over North Dakota State University’s Carrington Research Extension Center.
The EC agreed last Monday to extend the “stop the clock” provision affecting non-European operators until fall 2016.
Relationship will increase the efficiency and timeliness of providing Argus’ aircraft operator audits and aviation services in Asia.
Company will ship parts to Bombardier’s plant in Belfast, N. Ireland, which is responsible for manufacturing horizontal stabilizers for Globals.
$149 million was allocated for the contract tower program in Fiscal Year 2014.
Chinese company will use the helicopter for sightseeing tours, executive transport and agriculture support.
The pre-owned business jet market showed a 1.9 percent rise, only the second sequential increase since early 2013.
Installation of this radio network clears the way for air traffic controllers to begin using ADS-B to separate equipped aircraft.