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Marine Corps fires second commander in aviation community this year - Marine Corps Times


Marine Corps Times

Marine Corps fires second commander in aviation community this year
Marine Corps Times
The commander of Marine Wing Support Squadron 371 at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona, was relieved of command, making him at least the second leader in the aviation community to be fired so far this year. Lt. Col. Armando Gonzalez was relieved ...
The decline and fall of Marine aviationForeign Policy

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The Aviation Industry Is Starting to Grapple With Cybersecurity - Slate Magazine


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The Aviation Industry Is Starting to Grapple With Cybersecurity
Slate Magazine
Ed Markey introduced the Cybersecurity Standards for Aircraft to Improve Resilience Act, or Cyber AIR Act, to address precisely this component of aircraft security by requiring the Federal Aviation Administration to develop cybersecurity guidelines for ...

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We must protect open and fair aviation competition - The Hill (blog)


We must protect open and fair aviation competition
The Hill (blog)
To protect the sanctity of labor rights in international civil aviation, Congress must step in and require the Department to honor its commitments. Last week, we introduced a bipartisan bill that will prohibit the Secretary of Transportation from ...

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The challenges facing India's civil aviation sector - The Indian Express (blog)


The Indian Express (blog)

The challenges facing India's civil aviation sector
The Indian Express (blog)
Today, India has the fastest growing domestic aviation market in the world, as per the International Air Transport Association (IATA). India's domestic air passenger demand grew by 28.1% (July 2015) as compared to the previous year. This growth is ...
'Good work': Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju comes to Air India's defenceFirstpost
Flyers at receiving end as govt, opposition spar over aviation policiesBusiness Today
Zero accident in Air India as every safety procedure followed: Civil aviation ministerBusiness Standard

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103-year-old veteran flies with nonprofit Ageless Aviation - KSAT San Antonio


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103-year-old veteran flies with nonprofit Ageless Aviation
KSAT San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO - The skies were clear Tuesday as 103-year-old World War II veteran Col. Gerhard Schriever took a ride in the plane he flew in the war, thanks to the nonprofit Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation. Tuesday's flight was Schriever's third with ...
WWII pilots return to the sky for 'Dream Flights'KENS5.com

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People in Aviation: May 2016 - Aviation International News


People in Aviation: May 2016
Aviation International News
Schmidt, most recently v-p and director of operations, joined Million Air Dallas in October 2005 with 30 years of aviation experience. He succeeds Jack Hopkins, who is retiring after a 32-year career with Million Air Dallas. Frank Ercolanese joined ...
Jet Aviation St. Louis Signs its First Installation of Honeywell's JetWave Satellite Communications Terminals in a ...AviationPros.com

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Aviation History: North Country Airmarks - Adirondack Almanack (press release) (blog)


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Aviation History: North Country Airmarks
Adirondack Almanack (press release) (blog)
AMP1A AMPromo We take navigation for granted today, what with Siri, GPS, radio communications, radar, and services like Google Maps. But imagine you were a pilot in upstate New York back in the 1920s, when aviation was first coming into its own.

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Norway helicopter crashed caused by mechanical failure says aviation board - CBC.ca


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Norway helicopter crashed caused by mechanical failure says aviation board
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The crash of a B.C.-owned helicopter that killed 13 people in Norway, Friday, was caused by a mechanical failure, said the the Norwegian accident investigation board, Tuesday. The aircraft, an Airbus H225 Super Puma, was owned by CHC Helicopters, ...
Norwegian crash grounds global H225 fleetAustralian Aviation

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Penton's Aviation Week Network partners with SC Council on Competitiveness and SC Aerospace on workforce study - PR Newswire (press release)


Penton's Aviation Week Network partners with SC Council on Competitiveness and SC Aerospace on workforce study
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COLUMBIA, S.C., May 3, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Penton's Aviation Week Network is partnering with the South Carolina Council on Competitiveness and the industry cluster SC Aerospace to conduct the state's first aerospace and defense ...

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It's Time For The Next Great Thing In Business Aviation - Aviation Week


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It's Time For The Next Great Thing In Business Aviation
Aviation Week
Recently, I was asked to identify business aviation's most significant aircraft. Impossible, I thought. But then adhering to the simple confines of the question, I finally posited that the first pressurized, turbine-powered aircraft designed ...

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