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FAA Issues NOTAM for Iraq

The FAA last week issued a new notice to airmen (NOTAM) restricting U.S. operators from flying in the airspace above Iraq due to the hazardous situation created by the armed conflict. The new NOTAM supersedes previous FAA guidance for this …

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Etihad To Acquire 49-Percent Share of Alitalia

Abu Dhabi carrier Etihad Airways and Alitalia signed an investment agreement on Friday that will see Etihad acquire a 49-percent stake in the troubled Italian flagship airline. The overall “transaction implementation agreement,” which the airlines valued at €1.76 billion ($2.35 …

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News and Updates – FAA Statement-New Notice to Airmen Issued for Iraq

US operators are restricted from flying over Iraq due to armed conflict in region.

NBAA Air Traffic Services Update on Tropical Storm Iselle, Hurricane Julio (1800z)

NBAA Air Traffic Services is providing operational alerts for NBAA Members on tropical storm and hurricane activity, including Tropical Storm Iselle and Hurricane Julio.

FAA Issues NOTAM for Iraq

The FAA last week issued a new notice to airmen (NOTAM) restricting U.S. operators from flying in the airspace above Iraq due to the hazardous situation created by the armed conflict. The new NOTAM supersedes previous FAA guidance for this …

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Airline War Risk Insurance Premiums To Sky Rocket

In the wake of recent airliner losses, carriers are bracing for substantial increases in insurance premiums when the main renewals season starts on November 1. Insurers have already made massive payouts for hull losses following the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines …

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Gamut Of New Developments At AirVenture 2014

EAA AirVenture highlights product improvements, enduring passion EAA AirVenture highlights product improvements, enduring passion read more …read more Read more here: Gamut Of New Developments At AirVenture 2014 Category: AWIN ONLY, Business Aviation, Airventure 2014, AWIN, North America

No Unmanned Flights ‘Anytime Soon,’ FAA Assures Pilots

Airlines should not expect to see unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) flying regularly in U.S. airspace “anytime soon,” a senior official with the Federal Aviation Administration told pilots August 7. The assurance came amid ongoing reports of unauthorized UAS flights near airliners. …

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No Unmanned Flights ‘Anytime Soon,’ FAA Assures Pilots

Airlines should not expect to see unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) flying regularly in U.S. airspace “anytime soon,” a senior official with the Federal Aviation Administration told pilots August 7. The assurance came amid ongoing reports of unauthorized UAS flights near airliners. …

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No Unmanned Flights ‘Anytime Soon,’ FAA Assures Pilots

Airlines should not expect to see unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) flying regularly in U.S. airspace “anytime soon,” a senior official with the Federal Aviation Administration told pilots August 7. The assurance came amid ongoing reports of unauthorized UAS flights near airliners. …

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