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"Serious" Petition to FAA
On Sept. 22, a coalition of aviation trade associations asked the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to fix a seven-letter mistake in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) that would create serious headaches for the aviation maintenance industry.
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FAA Aims to Streamline Certification Processes
On Wednesday, Sept. 17, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced new policy intended to streamline the Aircraft Certification Service (AIR) process.
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Hopes for FAA Reauthorization Flying High
On Sept. 16, policymakers, industry groups, airline representatives and aviation business partners gathered at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. to explore "the future of flight" at the Hill's Aviation Policy Summit. The full day of panels and speakers included many ARSA allies and customers as well as industry analysts, business leaders and lawmakers.
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Shuster Wants "Transformational" FAA Funding Bill
The Hill
House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Rep. Bill Shuster (R-Pa.) recently said that the next Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) funding bill that is approved by Congress should be "transformational." The $63 billion bill that was passed for the agency in 2012 is currently set to expire in September 2015.
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Lax Regulation to Blame for "Seat Rage" Turbulence
Journal Inquirer
We constantly hear complaints from politicians and companies that are subject to governmental regulations that we, as a country, have become over-regulated.
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Europe Pushing for Swift Part 23 Rewrite
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As the FAA drags its heels on a Congressionally mandated overhaul of light aircraft certification rules — or, as some charge, digs in its heels — the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) is hosting a high-profile aviation summit in Europe to press for similar reform there.
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Ethiopian Air Places $2.1 Billion Order for Boeing 737s
Bloomberg
Ethiopian Airlines Enterprise, Africa's largest carrier by revenue, agreed to buy 20 redesigned 737 models valued at $2.1 billion in the largest single order for Boeing (BA) Co. planes from the continent.
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Southwest CEO: Repealing Wright amendment Saved Love Field
The Dallas Morning News
The 2006 change to the Wright amendment came just in time to save Dallas Love Field from a serious decline, the top official at Southwest Airlines said.
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FAA Streamlines Aircraft Certification Process
International Airport Review
As part of the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) ongoing efforts to improve its responsiveness to the U.S. aviation industry as it certificates new products and operators, the agency took an important step today to streamline the aircraft certification process to help the industry get products to market faster and retain competitiveness.
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High-Altitude Airport OK Will Put Falcon 7X in Rare Air
AIN Online
Dassault recently wrapped up flight-testing that would see its Falcon 7X become the first certified business jet to operate at the world's highest commercial airport–14,470-foot-high Daocheng Yading Airport in China's Sichuan province.
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GA Telesis Names Managing Director for New Istanbul Sales and Customer Care Center
AviTrader
GA Telesis has named Mehmet Gokhan Dogan to the position of Managing Director of its new Sales and Customer Care Center in Istanbul, Turkey.
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Lufthansa Technik to Invest Almost €60 Million in New Wheels and Brakes Shop
AviTrader
Lufthansa Technik is investing almost €60 million in the construction and equipment of a new wheels and brakes shop at Frankfurt's East Harbor. The new building will be put into service at the beginning of 2017. It will enable Lufthansa Technik, as a world leading provider of technical services for the aviation industry, to continue to grow in the segment of wheels and brakes maintenance.
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AAR's Lake Charles MRO Facility Lands Substantial New Contracts
AAR
AAR recently announced that it has secured multiple contracts for work to be done at its newest maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility in Lake Charles. These contracts represent a major milestone for the repair station, including agreements with two major U.S. carriers, since AAR began operations at this location a year ago.
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Beaudet Aviation to Land at Little Rock, Create 75 Jobs
Arkansas Business
Beaudet Aviation, a subsidiary of JCB Aero of Toulouse, France, recently announced that it will invest $2.5 million to open a facility in Little Rock, where it will be a key supplier to Dassault Falcon Jet.
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Despite FAA Dithering, A Drone Economy Sprouts on the Farm
Fortune
In June, the oil and gas giant BP began flying drones over an oil field in Prudhoe Bay, along the northern coastline of Alaska. It was the first commercial drone operation over land in the United States that was approved by the Federal Aviation Administration.
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