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Hotline Highlight: Lights. Camera. Aviation!
The hotline — ARSA's premier member newsletter — is gone to the presses (metaphorically). Here's a highlight from this month's edition.
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An aviation maintenance work force crisis is looming. Business leaders are already reporting difficulty filling vacant positions even as they brace for the possibility of a million new openings over the next decade.
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INDUSTRY NEWS


Dassault Making Room in Little Rock for Newest Falcons
FLYING
Executives from Dassault put their shovels in the dirt this week at the facility in Little Rock, Arkansas, breaking ground on a new completion center for the Falcon 5X and Falcon 8X, two business jets currently in development that the French company introduced within the past year.
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UTSA Researchers Study Using Brain Signals To Operate Drones
San Antonio Express-News
With sensors covering his head, University of Texas at San Antonio graduate student Mauricio Merino concentrates hard as a camo-colored drone hovers with a soft hum in the middle of a campus research lab.
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ANA and Lufthansa Cargo Obtain Antitrust Immunity For Japan-Europe Joint Venture
Air Transport News
All Nippon Airways (ANA), Japan's largest airline, and Lufthansa Cargo AG, one of the world's leading air cargo carriers, will launch a strategic air cargo joint venture on routes between Japan and Europe and vice versa.
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Global Air Traffic Demand Rises 5.3 Percnt In July — IATA
Reuters Africa
Global air traffic passenger demand rose 5.3 percent in July, airline industry body IATA said on Wednesday, with load factors stable and the outlook positive.
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GAMA Welcomes European Parliament's Transport Committee Defence Of EASA
AviationPros
On Wednesday, Sept. 4, Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) in the Transport & Tourism Committee sent a strong message in support of aviation safety and continued innovation.
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United Becomes First North American Airline To Receive Boeing 787-9
Air Transport World
United Airlines has taken delivery of the first of 26 Boeing 787-9s it has on order.
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Thinking About College? How About A Degree In Drones?
KCCI-TV
No matter who you ask, drones are expected to be a huge part of our lives in the years ahead.
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North Carolina Advances Further Drone Legislation
Homeland Security Today
As part of the Appropriations Act of 2014, legislators in the North Carolina General Assembly have advanced legislation concerning the use of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) in the state. This comes at the heels of the most recent effort to kickstart the state's drone industry with the passing of House Bill 1099 (HB 1099) in June.
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Spirit Aeronautics Appoints William (Bill) Highfill as Director of Maintenance
AviationPros
Spirit Aeronautics a trade name of Spirit Avionics, Ltd, based in Columbus, Ohio is proud to announce the appointment of William (Bill) Highfill to the Director of Maintenance position where he will be responsible for the production elements of Spirit Aeronautics aircraft maintenance, avionics, and interior refurbishment operations.
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Boeing Expands Offering of Serviceable Parts Through Agreement with GA Telesis
AviationPros
Boeing today announced it has signed an agreement with GA Telesis, LLC to expand Boeing's aftermarket parts portfolio to include serviceable commercial airplane parts.
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Mobile Phone-Detecting Drones Pioneered As Disaster Relief Aids
IT Pro
U.S. drone maker Sentinel Air is planning to co-develop an airborne wireless sensor that can detect mobile phone signals belonging to disaster victims.
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Lufthansa Flight Operations Return To Normal After Pilots' Strike
Air Transport News
Lufthansa's flight operations have returned to normal following the six-hour pilots' strike, which mainly affected the airline's short- and medium-haul flights to and from Frankfurt.
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AAR's Nordisk Receives Orders for Nearly 400 ULDs for Xiamen Airlines' B787s
AAR
AAR's Nordisk Aviation Products announces it has received orders for nearly 400 lightweight air cargo containers and pallets from Xiamen Airlines for its first Boeing 787-8 aircraft.
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Google Looks To Unlock Potential Of Delivery Via UAS
Aviation Week
Is Google bidding to become a force in aerospace? Certainly news of its research into the delivery of goods by unmanned aircraft, and its work on stratospheric platforms for Internet access and airborne wind turbines for renewable energy show the search giant is interested in things that fly.
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Boeing Launches 737 MAX 200 with Ryanair
AviTrader
Boeing launched the newest member of the 737 MAX family on Sept. 8, with a commitment from Ryanair for 100 airplanes.
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Southwest To Adopt New Airframe Maintenance Program
FlightGlobal
Southwest Airlines will see "significant" savings and improved aircraft utilization from adopting a new maintenance program for its next-generation Boeing 737s, says Barry Lott, senior manager, maintenance programs and reliability.
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Southwest Airlines Exec Thinks the Carrier Has Licked Its On-Time Problem
The Dallas Morning News
In August 2013, Southwest Airlines tightened its schedule so that it could add more flights during the day. In fact, it created the equivalent of 16 more airplanes of flying, without adding the airplanes.
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Students Get Aviation Industry's V.I.P. Treatment
Valley News Live
Some West Fargo high school students received the V.I.P. treatment, in an effort to quickly get students on a successful career track. Students were flown into Grand Forks on this historic DC-3 plane that will soon be on display at the Fargo Air Museum. The event was sponsored by the General Aviation Manufacturers Association. The idea behind all this is to get students on a career track, before they start at a technical school or college.
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