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Minutes to Midnight — ARSA Unveils FAA Countdown Clock
On June 23, the ARSA unveiled its countdown to the FAA Modernization & Reform Act of 2012's expiration. The current law, which expires at the end of September, has officially entered its final 100 days.

Related: Minutes to Midnight — ARSA Unveils FAA Countdown Clock (AviationPros)
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ARSA IN THE NEWS


ARSA on New TSA Administrator — Good Security is Always Good Business
Daniel B. Fisher, vice president of legislative affairs for the Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA), released the following statement after the Senate voted on June 22 to confirm Coast Guard Vice Adm. Peter Neffenger as the new administrator of the Transportation Security Administration.

Related: ARSA on New TSA Administrator — Good Security is Always Good Business (AviationPros)

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Five-Minute Fool
AviationPros
"He who asks a question is a fool for five minutes; he who does not ask a question remains a fool forever." The keen eyes of the aviation industry are needed for a series of five minute reviews so none of us has to play the fool.
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Aviation Coalition Shows Government How to Count
Halldale
On June 4, a coalition of aviation trade associations took the first step towards solving the aviation maintenance workforce crisis by helping the government to define it.

Related: Aviation Coalition Shows Government How To Count (Aero-News Network)

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Group Seeks New Classification for Maintenance Techs
AIN Online
A coalition of aviation trade associations has taken the first step toward solving the aviation maintenance workforce crisis by helping the government to define it.
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INDUSTRY NEWS


NGYF, CAP To Provide Aviation And Aerospace STEM Training
Aero-News Network
The National Guard Youth Foundation (NGYF) is partnering with Civil Air Patrol (CAP), the official Auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force, to launch an aviation and aerospace-focused science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education initiative for cadets of the National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program.
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Boeing Opens State-of-the-Art Research Center in Alabama
PR Newswire
Boeing officially opened its new research and technology center in Alabama. The facility will serve as the company's hub for collaborative technology development with academic institutions and research partners in analytics and simulation in the Southeast United States.
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Dukane Seacom Creates First Certified 90 Day Underwater Locator Beacon
Globe Newswire
Dukane Seacom (a HEICO Company) has created the first FAA and EASA certified 90 day underwater locator beacon (ULB) that complies with TSO-C121b & TSO-C142a and ETSO-C121b & ETSO-C142a. Dukane Seacom is the world's largest supplier of ULB devices to the commercial and military aviation markets.
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Amazon To Congress: Drone Delivery Aircraft Ready Within A Year
Fast Company
Senior officials from Amazon and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) recently testified before Congress on the feasibility of using drones for commercial purposes—and it turns out Amazon could be making drone deliveries within the year.
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Lufthansa Technik Offers Flying Intensive Care Units
AIN Online
Some 16 years ago, Lufthansa first deployed a patient transport compartment (PTC) on a long-haul aircraft to transport an emergency patient on an intercontinental flight. Now, the airline has taken delivery of two new PTCs for its Airbus A380 and Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental fleets.
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Ramco Systems
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Unmanned Aircraft System Development, MRO Take Off in Oklahoma
Intelligne Aerospace
During Paris Air Show 2015, Aerospace professionals, officials, and educators from Oklahoma are announcing recent unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) developments and activities stemming from innovators in the state.
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Three Embry-Riddle Teams to Compete in This Year's Air Race Classic
AviationPros
Teams from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's two residential campuses will represent the university in the 2015 Air Race Classic (ARC), a four-day international flight competition for female pilots that begins June 22.
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Spirit AeroSystems Celebrates its First 10 years as a Company
AviationPros
"When Spirit launched on June 17, 2005, aerospace companies worldwide instantly gained access to a new, independent design-build partner. And it's been full speed ahead ever since," said Spirit President & CEO Larry Lawson.
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Filling the Aviation Pipeline
Pensacola Today
It usually takes a lot to get Daniel Busse excited. But mention Pensacola State College plans to provide the Northwest Florida region's next generation of aerospace workers and this dean of workforce development and vocational support becomes animated.
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GE Aviation and LHT to Create Engine Overhaul JV
MRO Network
Lufthansa Technik (LHT) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with GE Aviation to create a new engine overhaul joint venture (JV) specialising in GEnx-2B and GE9X engines.
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GE and its Joint Ventures Receive More than $19 Billion in Orders/Commitments at 2015 Paris Air Show
AviationPros
GE Aviation and its joint venture companies, including CFM International, a 50/50 joint company between GE and Snecma (Safran), announced more than $19 billion (USD) in orders and commitments at this week's Paris Air Show.
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Students Complete Building of a Plane in New Jersey Project
Princeton Union-Eagle
A group of students ages 14-18 completed the construction of an airplane and did some work on a small helicopter in rural Princeton during two sessions of a national nonprofit program called Build a Plane between last October and the end of April this year.
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The Best And Worst Airlines, Airports And Flights, Summer 2015 Update
FiveThirtyEight
Instances of Airport Rage can be prevented with FiveThirtyEight's fastest-flights interactive. It'll tell you which airlines are most likely to get you to your destination on time.
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International MRO Contracts Increase for Ameco
MRO Network
Ameco Beijing has said it is seeing a rise in MRO services for international third-party customers.
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Gulf Air Signs Deal with AFI KLM E&M
MRO Network
Bahrain's national carrier Gulf Air has contracted Air France KLM Engineering & Maintenance (AFI KLM E&M) to provide component support for its entire fleet.
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UTC Offers Flight-Tracking Solution with Aircraft Interface Device
AIN Online
UTC Aerospace Systems says that it can cost effectively provide airlines with a continuous flight-tracking capability with its Aircraft Interface Device (AID), one of the products the component manufacturer featured at this year’s Paris Air Show. UTC is in final negotiations with an airline launch customer to provide the system as a retrofit, executives said.
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The Ups and Downs of the Industry Require a Need for Agility
AviationPros
Automatically, our thoughts turn skyward when we hear a mention of aviation or aeronautics. We instantly see blue. The sky is at the forefront of the entire industry.
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History of AAR — 60th Anniversary
Aviation Week
AAR begins its history with the company named I.A. Allen Industrial Sales, a radio and equipment supplier to commercial aviation industry. I.A. Allen Industrial Sales, incorporated in 1955 and stationed in downtown Chicago, was founded by Ira A. Eichner. In 1962 the company was renamed, Allen Aircraft Radio.
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PARIS AIR SHOW RECAPS


Paris 2015 Review
FlightGlobal
Interactive digital magazine from FlightGlobal reviewing the 2015 Paris Air Show.
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2015 Paris Air Show: The Future of Aviation
Bloomberg
The world's largest aviation show runs from June 15 to 21, with thousands of attendees eager to discover the latest innovations and what's ahead for the industry. Check out news, analysis and video from Paris-Le Bourget Airport.
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MRO Highlights from Paris Airshow
Aviation Week
Airbus Helicopters, Vector Aerospace and Rockwell Collins are partnering to develop and market a Pro Line Fusion integrated avionics upgrade for Airbus rotorcraft. Expect the first upgrades to be available for the AS332/532 MK1 helicopters next summer.
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