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NASA Seeks Support For X-Plane Programs »

Space may get all the mainstream attention in the new NASA budget proposal released today, but staff from the Aeronautics Research Mission are excited about a boost in research funding for new technologies that will impact commercial aviation — including projects that aim to cut fuel burn in half, dramatically reduce noise, restore commercial supersonic flight over land, and develop safer and more efficient air traffic management. "We are ready to take these new technologies into actual X-Plane flight demonstrations," said Jaiwon Shin, associate administrator for the ARM directorate, in a conference call with reporters on Monday. More

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Podcast: Cessna's Doug May... »

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New Student Pilot Rules:... »

That's the only way I can think of to describe turning a system that has worked well for years into more ridiculous security theater. More