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Rolls-Royce Names AIA's Blakey as North America CEO
AIN Online
Aeroengine manufacturer Rolls-Royce announced on Feb. 24 that it has appointed Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) chief Marion Blakey as president and CEO of its North America subsidiary, based in Reston, Va.
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A4A Joins 'Know Before You Fly' UAV Campaign
Aero-News Network
Airline industry group Airlines For America (A4A) has joined the "Know Before You Fly" campaign to promote awareness and safety for unmanned aircraft flights.
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Airlines Against Open Skies
The New York Times
In the last 30 years, the U.S. has signed more than 100 open skies agreements with other countries to remove restrictions on international air travel — a policy that has been great for travelers because it has lowered fares and increased service.
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Alaska Airlines Will Buy Six More Boeing Extended-Range Aircraft
Pacific Busines News
Alaska Airlines, the fourth-largest airline serving the Hawaiian Islands, announced Wednesday that it will buy six more Boeing 737-900 extended-range aircraft over the next two years.
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Ramco Systems
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GAMA Joins The Air Transport Action Group (ATAG)
Aviation Pros
The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) is pleased to announce it has formally joined the Air Transport Action Group (ATAG).
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GE Aviation Invests Millions in New Jet Engine
Aviation Pros
GE Aviation is less than a year away from launching its next all-new commercial jet engine to airline customers, and the debut of the LEAP engine is already having a ripple effect on southwest Ohio's economy.
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MRO Providers Expect Low Fuel Costs To Boost Airline Spending
Aviation Week
Aftermarket-services providers have no doubt that low fuel prices will lead to increased airline spending, but are less certain about when the effects will become visible in backlogs and balance sheets.
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International Bizav Manufacturers Growing U.S. Operations In The Southeast
Aviation Week
A small Southern town 100 mi. from anywhere, Columbus, Mississippi's matters of historical note include a graveyard full of Confederate and Union soldiers felled at the Battle of Shiloh, the boyhood home of playwright Tennessee Williams, and a company, now bankrupt, that once turned out more toilet seats than any other in the world.
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Part 107 Benefits Both Makers And Users Of sUAS, Attorney Says
Aero-News Network
Newly proposed rules on the use of small, unmanned aircraft could bring peace of mind to farmers, researchers, real estate agents, government agencies and others who have worried they might be breaking the law by flying remote-controlled devices, said Tim Adelman, a veteran aviation attorney and head of a LeClairRyan practice group focused on unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).
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Southwest CEO Sees BWI as International Gateway
The Baltimore Sun
BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport will be a "focal point" for Southwest Airline's expansion into dozens of new international markets, the carrier's CEO said.
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Southwest Airlines App Updated With Passbook Support
Ubergizmo
One of the neat features of Apple's Passbook app is that it helps to bring together various tickets and boarding passes into a single app, as opposed to having to open multiple apps for different tickets and passes.
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The NextGen of Aviation Is Coming
The Columbus Dispatch
NetJets and the Federal Aviation Administration have signed a new, 5-year agreement to further study and implement NextGen projects with the support of the Ohio State University Center for Aviation Studies.
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Why Drone Enthusiasts Can Be Optimistic About FAA's Proposed Rule on Line of Sight
Sun Herald
For the tremendous potential of drones to be fully realized, they'll have to fly autonomously and out of the view of whomever is responsible for them. But the FAA's proposed commercial drone rules require operators to fly in their visual line of sight, which has drawn the ire of some drone advocates.
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