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Exhibitors must sign up and pay before June 6 for priority in the exhibit space drawing on June 10.
Amelia Rose Earhart will fly a Pilatus PC-12 NG equipped with an Inmarsat-based Satcom1 system on circumnavigation flight.
The flight will raise money to “save and improve the lives of children in need around the world.”
Four flight-test aircraft have racked up more than 1,500 hours of testing to date.
Except for Montana, which issued a letter, all have issued statewide proclamation through either the governor’s office or the state legislature.
This will be the first S-92 simulator installed in the Middle East when it enters service by year-end.
The Swiss aircraft manufacturer took in orders for 84 of its utility business jets since opening the order book on Tuesday.
The TIA allows Cessna to begin accumulating flight hours that will apply toward certification.
As engines become quieter, the aerodynamic noise created by disturbed airflow around the aircraft itself makes up more of the overall noise signature.
So far in FY2014, which started on October 1, the independent federal agency has authorized approximately $740 million.