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Sleepless flights: ICAO working on pilot fatigue guidelines

Word from Montreal is that the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) — that august repository of flying knowledge and global winged harmony — is working to bring sleep standards for helicopter pilots in line for guidelines long since established for...

source: By Mark Huber
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The restricted airspace over Parliament Hill and Rideau Hall has already been violated 14 times this year in a series of incidents that highlight the difficulty of securing the capital's most sensitive facilities. Among the offenders was a low-flying helicopter that violated...

source: Ottawa Citizen

If you've ever sat in wonder and awe at the beauty of this island from a plane while landing or taking off, you're going to envy Joanne King's hobby. The retired Grand Falls-Windsor teacher bought herself a camera as a retirement gift when her career ended five years...

source: The Lewisporte Pilot

When Chris Haines dropped off his son for his first day of kindergarten, he told him he would check on him in the afternoon. He did. From 1,000 above the school. The annual fly-over Carthage schools was a success; capturing pictures of each elementary school and the...

source: The Carthage Press

Two groups have banded together for a common goal to help disabled pilots fly. EAA Chapter 1083 and John Robinson, the founder of AV84all.org, will build a Zenith CH 750 Cruzer in Salisbury, North Carolina. The EAA chapter members will launch the build Sept.10, 2016, at...

source: General Aviation News

Piper's M500, an upgraded version of its Meridian turboprop, is now EASA-approved, the company announced. "EASA certification is an important milestone allowing us to kick off a major sales campaign to bring the M500 to the European market," said Simon Caldecott, CEO of...

source: AVweb

We took off from Camarillo under calm, clear blue skies. The hillsides along the coast of Southern California displayed a panoply of colors — bright-green grasses mixed with expansive patches of purple, yellow and orange flowers. The last time I was in Camarillo in...

source: FLYING Magazine

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