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Volume 30, Number 15e, April 14, 2023
FAA, FBI Continue Partnering On Unruly Passenger Cases
The FAA says that it referred at least 17 cases involving allegedly unruly airline passengers to the FBI for criminal prosecution review during the first quarter of 2023. The referrals continue a partnership between the agencies that was stepped up[…]   Read this article
Embraer Introduces A-29N Super Tucano
Brazil-based Embraer has launched a new version of its A-29 Super Tucano single-engine military turboprop designed to meet NATO’s operational requirements. Called the A-29N, the aircraft is specifically aimed at “meeting the needs of nations in Europe.” According to Embraer,[…]   Read this article
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The Risks Of Routine
One of the great joys of flying is a routine flight. I’m not referring to a flight that went as expected, which undeniably is the greatest joy, I’m talking about flying a routine route. If you hop in your plane[…] Read this article

Airfleet Capital 'Aircraft Financing
Larry Flynn Dead At 71
Larry Flynn, who formerly served as president of Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation and vice president of General Dynamics, passed away on Wednesday at the age of 71. While he was president, Gulfstream launched the G500, G600 and G650ER business jets and[…] Read this article

Tail Installed On NASA X-59 Supersonic Demonstrator
NASA has announced that the final installation of the tail assembly on its X-59 Quiet SuperSonic Technology (QueSST) research aircraft is complete. The work took place at Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale, California, where the aircraft returned a year[…] Read this article

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