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Volume 31, Number 13d, March 28, 2024
Tecnam Gets EASA Approval for STOL Version Of P2012 Piston Twin
Tecnam announced today (March 27) it has received full type certification approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for the short takeoff and landing (STOL) variant of its P2012 Traveller light twin. Capua, Italy-based Tecnam invested 18 months in[…]   Read this article
Ohio Firm Teams With State On Drone Traffic Management
Columbus, Ohio-based CAL Analytics has combined with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) to initiate a low-altitude air traffic management system for drone operations. According to CAL Analytics, the system will provide digital tools to enable multiple UAS operators to[…]   Read this article
Tempest 'AeroGuard Induction Filters 2.0
FAA Challenges Students To Innovate Data Usage In The NAS
The FAA announced today (March 27) it has launched the “2024 FAA Data Challenge.” The object of the program is to invite university students to explore possibilities for innovating the information and data associated with the U.S. National Airspace System[…] Read this article

Whelen 'Orion 360
NBAA Extends Part 91 Subpart F Benefits For Smaller Aircraft
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has secured an extension for its Small Aircraft Exemption through the end of March 2026. Doug Carr, NBAA’s senior vice president of safety, security, sustainability, and international affairs, said, “This valuable exemption allows operators[…] Read this article

Aviation Safety 'The active pilot's guide'
Short Final: Good Guidance
As a fresh pilot and first-time aircraft owner back in the early 1980s, I was excited to fly my little two-seat Grumman on a midwinter trip from New England to Florida. Knowing all the complications of weather and airspace issues,[…] Read this article

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