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Technology will be feasible for unmanned passenger and cargo operations by 2025, new UBS report finds.
The VRT500 is intended to compete with the Bell 505 and Robinson R66.
The combination of a bubble door and lower viewing aperture with transparent fuselage window can increase field of view by a factor of 10.
Plaintiffs had argued that the federal Airport Noise and Capacity Act of 1990 applies to all public-use U.S. airports.
M-Series turboprops are helping to drive double digit delivery and revenue gains.
Formerly Talon Air, the FBO at Long Island's Republic Airport is now Republic Jet Center and a Signature Select affiliate.
The show, which is free and open to the public, will include some 20 helicopters on static display.
The issue arose when FSDOs had differing interpretations of FAR 135.163(f), which outlines electrical power requirements for single-engine aircraft.
Safety, not punishment, is the key to investigations, the industry contends.
The move makes the Kansas CIty-based aircraft brokerage one of the largest in the U.S.