Park Service Seeks Tour Guides For B-29 Wreckage

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The B-29 Superfortress crash site in Lake Mead, Nevada, will once again be open to guided tours pending the selection of businesses to operate the dives, the National Park Service announced on its website. The agency is taking applications for two business opportunities operating guided scuba diving at the wreckage. More

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Four Named To National Aviation Hall Of Fame »

Four individuals have been chosen to be added to the National Aviation Hall of Fame, the organization has announced. The four will be formally enshrined in a ceremony to be held in October in... More

The Weekender: Final Fly-Ins for 2014 »

The final fly-ins and airport gatherings will take place this weekend, as seen on SocialFlight. On Saturday, the Civil Air Patrol will have an all-you-can-eat breakfast at Dayton, Tennessee. Also... More

Colorado Airport Named Emily Warner Field »

Emily Howell Warner, the first U.S. female airline captain, now has a Colorado airport named after her. The Grand County Board of Commissioners this month approved the name change of Granby-Grand... More

Atol Starts Water-Taxi Tests »

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Third Conforming Cirrus Jet Flies »

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Mooney To Start China Deliveries »

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Akro for Under $100K: Wide Variety; Use Caution

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Used Aircraft Guide: Beech Baron

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Flying The Nosewheel

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Gulf Coast Avionics Completes Panamanian Bell 412EP Upgrade

Gulf Coast Avionics' ttotal digital panel transformation included dual Garmin G500H EFDs, Garmin touchscreen GTN 650Hs and Electronics International electronic engine display systems.

CybAero Appoints Vice President, Deputy Chair

The board of directors of CybAero AB has appointed COO Rolf Schytt to serve as the company's vice president and board member Professor Anna Ohrwall Ronnback as the deputy chair. The Board of Directors has also set a date for the company's annual general meeting: Thursday, April 9, 2015. The board of directors has appointed Claes Drougge, Mikael Hult and Anna Ohrwall Ronnback to serve on the election committee for the 2015 annual general meeting.

Thales Names Chairman and CEO

At the meeting of the Board of Directors on 23 December 2014, Patrice Caine and Henri Proglio were co-opted as directors, following the resignations of Philippe Logak, who had served as Acting Chairman & Chief Executive Officer since the departure of Jean- Bernard Levy, and Steve Gentili as independent director.