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Garmin Pilot Goes Global

-- Garmin International Inc., a unit of Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), the global leader in satellite navigation, today announced worldwide coverage of the Garmin Pilot application for iPad and iPhone, which provides flight planning capabilities, comprehensive weather information and full-featured navigation. More

Day Flier Inc. Releases LandingFinder.com -

Landing Finder maps the 10 closest General Aviation (GA) airports to any address in the United States and then provides driving directions from each airport to that address. More

Textron Aviation Product Lineup for Special Missions

Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) company, said today at the Farnborough International Airshow that the entire product range of Beechcraft and Cessna products are available in special mission configurations. More

Hartzell's Composite 5-Blade Swept Prop for TBM 700/850 Recording Brisk Retrofit Sales

Customer demand for the new Hartzell Propeller advanced swept airfoil five-blade prop for retrofit on TBM 700/850 aircraft has been robust. It is the same propeller that comes as standard equipment on new DAHER-SOCATA TBM 900 aircraft, which has also been in high demand. Since the new structural composite propeller received its STC from the FAA in February for installation on TBM 700/850 aircraft, the company's dealers have been retrofitting about five aircraft per month, which is ahead of company projections. The new five-blade propeller has also been approved by EASA for European operations. More

Cirrus Aircraft Launches In-House Parts and Service Center

On Monday, Cirrus Aircraft announced the launch of Cirrus Direct, a new parts and aftermarket service that the company expects to enhance customers' ownership and operating experience. Cirrus Direct replaces Cirrus Parts by Aerospace Products International (API) beginning July 14, 2014. More

Transportation YOU Summit Seeks to Close Industry's Gender Gap

Two weeks ago, in the midst of issues swirling around the Highway Trust Fund crisis, senior officials from the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, and high-profile leaders from transportation's private sector, took the time to meet with 21 high-school girls who have shown an interest in learning more about career opportunities in the industry. More