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If you think you or your airplane might be in Hurricane Frances' way ... consider moving it

The National Aeronautic Association last week named the winners of its five Public Benefit Flying awards...

Two senior staff members at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University died Saturday when the Super Decathlons they were practicing an air show routine in collided near Prescott, Ariz. Michael Corradi, 55, was chief flight instructor at the university and Bob Sweginnis, 64, was the chair of the Aeronautical Science Department...

Air Traffic Controllers in Bedford, Mass., are steaming about their tower's climate-control system. Seems the system is, well, out of control and temperatures fluctuate wildly, sometimes reaching 100 degrees. The National Air Traffic Controllers Association says the conditions impact safety and wants the system fixed...

Women In Aviation is again sponsoring its scholarship program; you have to be a member to qualify. More than $500,000 in scholarships were awarded last year and application and membership information is available on the Web site...

Cargo operators that meet Twelve-Five Standard Security Program (TFSSP) standards will be allowed access to TFR-affected airspace. There had been confusion about whether TFSSP standards met the Domestic Security Integration Program (DSIP) standards but the National Air Transportation Association says it ironed out the confusion with the Transportation Security Administration.