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Airborne 06.30.16: 7000th Citation, C Series Order, John Glenn Honored
Thu, Jun 30,2016 08:20:13PM EST
Also: Solid Rocket Motor Test, OSH16 Coverage!, Ducted Fan, Welsh Farewell, Blue Origin, Boeing-Farnborough, European TBM 930 Cessna has delivered the first fractional Cessna Citation Latitude midsize business jet to NetJets. The delivery represents significant milestones for both NetJets and the Citation product line as this aircraft represents the 7,000th Citation delivered worldwide. To celebrate this milestone delivery, NetJets and Textron Aviation held a special ceremony at Textron Aviation headquarters in Wichita. During the ceremony, NetJets announced that due to owners’ great response to the Latitude, the company has added 50 more options to its initial order placed in 2012, bringing its total order and options up to 200 aircraft. Now we move to the world of airliner sales as Bombardier and Air Canada announced they have finalized a firm purchase agreement for 45 CS300 aircraft and options for an additional 30 of the aircraft. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in late 2019 and extend to 2022. At list price, the firm order for 45 CS300 aircraft is valued at approximately $3.8 billion. This amount would increase to $6.3 billion should Air Canada exercise all 30 option aircraft. Port Columbus Airport is renamed in a ceremony held earlier this week. The airport will now be known as John Glenn Columbus International Airport in honor of the first American to orbit the Earth. The Columbus Dispatch reports that Glenn, an Ohio native, called the recognition an unexpected honor. In his remarks at the ceremony, he remembered asking his parents to stop at the airport so that he could watch the airplanes come and go. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 06.29.16: SWA Delays Max, McConnell OKs B29-Doc, AAL Trashes Cameras
Thu, Jun 30,2016 05:36:52PM EST
Also: Flytenow V Supreme Ct, Electric eSpyder, F-35 Adir, IL AirShow, NJ AvTax, FAI Young Artist, Unregistered Airplane To survive in the airline business it is sometimes necessary to be flexible and, according to a report in the Seattle Times, such is the case with Southwest Airlines. Southwest revealed to its investors that they have delayed the delivery of 67 Boeing 737 MAX airplanes, while they plan to accelerate the delivery of six 737-800s to 2017 rather than 2018. Delivery of the 737 MAX airplanes may be delayed by as long as six years, according to the report. That would push about $1.9 billion of Boeing's bottom line into the 2020s. It won’t be long before the World War Two Boeing B-29 named, ‘Doc,’ will join the CAF B-29, ‘FIFI,’ to become the second Stratofortress still flying. The U.S. Department of Defense has granted approval for ‘Doc’ to use the non-joint-use runway at McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita for final ground testing and first flight operations. The authorization means Doc’s flight crew will begin conversations with base leaders to schedule high-speed taxi testing and eventually takeoffs and landings. Here we go again with another report of someone getting less than lousy service from an airline. Better yet, the disgruntled customer is a professional photographer who video recorded the event. A photographer who was on his way to shoot a wedding in Detroit had to borrow a camera to finish the job after baggage handlers at American Airlines dropped his Pelican case containing some $20,000 worth of equipment. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 06.30.16: 7000th Citation, C Series Order, John Glenn Honored
Thu, Jun 30,2016 05:36:40PM EST
Also: Solid Rocket Motor Test, OSH16 Coverage!, Ducted Fan, Welsh Farewell, Blue Origin, Boeing-Farnborough, European TBM 930 Cessna has delivered the first fractional Cessna Citation Latitude midsize business jet to NetJets. The delivery represents significant milestones for both NetJets and the Citation product line as this aircraft represents the 7,000th Citation delivered worldwide. To celebrate this milestone delivery, NetJets and Textron Aviation held a special ceremony at Textron Aviation headquarters in Wichita. During the ceremony, NetJets announced that due to owners’ great response to the Latitude, the company has added 50 more options to its initial order placed in 2012, bringing its total order and options up to 200 aircraft. Now we move to the world of airliner sales as Bombardier and Air Canada announced they have finalized a firm purchase agreement for 45 CS300 aircraft and options for an additional 30 of the aircraft. Deliveries are scheduled to begin in late 2019 and extend to 2022. At list price, the firm order for 45 CS300 aircraft is valued at approximately $3.8 billion. This amount would increase to $6.3 billion should Air Canada exercise all 30 option aircraft. Port Columbus Airport is renamed in a ceremony held earlier this week. The airport will now be known as John Glenn Columbus International Airport in honor of the first American to orbit the Earth. The Columbus Dispatch reports that Glenn, an Ohio native, called the recognition an unexpected honor. In his remarks at the ceremony, he remembered asking his parents to stop at the airport so that he could watch the airplanes come and go. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (07.01.16)
Thu, Jun 30,2016 01:52:02PM EST
FAA Repair Station Locator Need to find a certified repair station near you? This FAA resource allows you to search by state and type of repair needed to provide you with your options.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (07.01.16): Terminal VFR Radar Service
Thu, Jun 30,2016 01:51:21PM EST
A national program instituted to extend the terminal radar services provided instrument flight rules (IFR) aircraft to visual flight rules (VFR) aircraft.

Aero-News: Quote Of The Day (07.01.16)
Thu, Jun 30,2016 01:50:21PM EST
“The civil aviation community works diligently with States to keep our global network and its billions of passengers safe from terrorist threats, and we are deeply saddened in the aftermath of these cowardly assaults.” Source: ICAO Council President Dr. Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu.

ANN FAQ: Disqus
Thu, Jun 30,2016 01:49:10PM EST
A Powerful New Tool For You To Use For Your Aero-Conversations Want to start a conversation about a story you've seen on Aero-News? It's even easier with Disqus, a powerful, web-based comment tool you can use to talk about stories on Aero-News with your friends.

Wisconsin Teen Faces Additional Charges In LAX Bomb Threat
Thu, Jun 30,2016 01:49:04PM EST
Sentencing Hearing Postponed With Guilty Plea Pending A Wisconsin teenager who made bomb threats against Los Angeles International Airport (KLAX) is facing additional charges that have forced a postponement of his sentencing hearing.

Lockheed Martin, Israel Celebrate Rollout Of F-35 ‘Adir’
Thu, Jun 30,2016 01:48:04PM EST
First Lightning II Aircraft For The Israeli Air Force Israeli and U.S. government leaders joined Lockheed Martin recently to celebrate the rollout of the first Israeli Air Force F-35A Lightning II, marking a major production milestone for the future of Israel’s national defense.

Dallas Company Sues Over Alleged Bait-And-Switch In $500M Airplane Parts Deal
Thu, Jun 30,2016 01:46:35PM EST
United Technologies, Pratt & Whitney Among Defendants In Alleged Fraud Scheme Airline industry veteran Robert Hogan and the Dallas-based company he founded have filed suit against his former employer, aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney, a subsidiary of Connecticut-based United Technologies Corp. and others, claiming that they secretly and illegally excluded him and his company from a multimillion-dollar deal based on "fraud, manipulation and greed."

FAA Grants STC To Send Solutions For Connectivity Solution
Thu, Jun 30,2016 01:44:54PM EST
Airtext Approved For Cessna Citation X The FAA has granted STC approval for the installation of Send Solutions'Airtext passenger Iridium Texting Systems on Textron Aviation Inc. Cessna 750 (Citation X).

Canada's M3MSat Successfully Launched
Thu, Jun 30,2016 01:42:20PM EST
Advancing Canada's Capabilities To Monitor Maritime Traffic From Space Canada's Maritime Monitoring and Messaging Microsatellite (M3MSat) was launched successfully by the Indian Space Research Organization, from Sriharikota, India, along with another Canadian satellite owned by GHGSat Inc.

Airbus Safran Launchers Joint Venture Finalized
Thu, Jun 30,2016 01:40:33PM EST
Europe’s Latest Space Company Fully Operational Airbus Group SE has finalized the creation of their Airbus Safran Launchers 50/50 Joint Venture, which becomes a fully-fledged operational company.

Airline Industry Leader Joins Board Of Drone Airspace Management Start-Up
Thu, Jun 30,2016 01:38:57PM EST
Former Alaska Airlines CEO Joins AirMap To Propel UAS Innovation Forward Former Alaska Airlines chairman William S. Ayer has been named to the Board of Directors of AirMap, a provider of airspace information and services for unmanned aircraft. Ayer has also made an investment in the company.

Kathryn Purwin Takes Over As CEO Of Helinet Aviation Services
Thu, Jun 30,2016 01:37:41PM EST
Predicts Growth For Helinet Technologies Division, Which Provides Law Enforcement And Surveillance Products Kathryn Purwin, jet and helicopter pilot and widow of Alan Purwin, has assumed the role of CEO of Helinet Aviation Services. Helinet is an international provider of corporate travel, emergency medical service, electronic news gathering, motion picture, television and commercial production services since 1987.

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