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2006 CESSNA 400SL

10/22/14 12:06PM
1979 CESSNA Skylane II

10/22/14 11:58AM
1981 CESSNA 182 R
Sarasota Florida
10/21/14 11:22AM
2012 CESSNA 182T Skylane

10/20/14 03:57PM
1970 PIPER ARROW
Sarasota Florida
10/20/14 02:03PM
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New Technology Will Produce Safer Maps

Pilots may presume that we now have access to accurate terrain maps nationwide, but in some remote areas, maps may be based on incomplete data or inaccurate observations that are decades old. "Mars is better mapped than the state of Alaska," Steve Colligan, president of E-Terra, an Anchorage mapping firm, told The Washington Post recently. Now the U.S. Geological Survey is leading an effort called the 3D Elevation Program, with the aim to chart all 50 states using state-of-the-art, accurate technology -- airborne lasers (lidar) or radar (ifsar).

Cessna Returns To Setting Speed Records

After mostly remaining aloof from the record-setting side of aviation for over 70 years, Cessna appears to have returned to the fray--using the Mach 0.935 cruising speed of its recently certificated Citation X+ to set four city-to-city speed records in its weight class.

Piaggio Updates Expansion Plans

Piaggio Aero, the Italian company that builds the unique Avanti P180 twin turboprop, said this week at the NBAA convention in Orlando they will now be known as Piaggio Aerospace. The change reflects a new direction for the company, which plans to expand its product portfolio and grow in new markets.

'Flying Man' UFO Baffles Officials

UFO reports by airliner crews are nothing new but a British A320 crew raised eyebrows after saying they had a close encounter with a flying man who swooped past their aircraft without visible means of support on June 13. The UFO has been dubbed the "Superman of Macclesfield" and the UK Airprox Board, which investigates such things admits we may never know his true identity.

Three Die In Midair At Frederick Airport (Updated)

hree people were reportedly killed Thursday afternoon at the Frederick, Maryland, airport when an airplane and a helicopter collided close to the runway. The airplane was a Cirrus SR22, according to WJZ-TV, and news photographs show firefighters with a deployed parachute from the aircraft.

Culminating Race Of Red Bull Season This Weekend

The eighth and final race of this year's Red Bull Air Race series will be held Sunday at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria.

UAS At NBAA: U.S. Is Falling Behind

It's the same old story. FAA regulatory foot dragging hobbles development and competition.

Pentagon and Lockheed Cut Deal for More F-35s

In an exclusive, Reuters is reporting that Lockheed Martin and the Defense Department have inked a $4 billion deal for an eighth series delivery of 43 F-35 single-engine, all-weather, stealth fighters.

New This Week

AVweb's weekly foray into all that is going on in aviation revealed news of EASA certification of a new Airbus helicopter, a free ForeFlight manual, the identity of the keynote speaker at Redbird Migration next week and availability of a free insurance review.

The Weekender: Pumpkin Drops to Chili Cookoffs

As the fall colors peak nationwide and Halloween approaches, the fly-ins continue at full throttle. Our weekly review of SocialFlight revealed a pumpkin drop at an airport birthday bash, two chili cook-offs and a classic fly-in breakfast.

Cirrus Partners With OpenAirplane

A new partnership between Cirrus and OpenAirplane is designed to make it easier for more pilots to get access to airplanes throughout the country.

Used Market: Newer Business Aircraft In Demand

A Texas aircraft broker says used aircraft prices are stabilizing and newer used aircraft are in demand but there are still plenty of old business jets on the market. Rene Banglesdorf, CEO of Charlie Bravo Aviation, told AVweb in a podcast interview at NBAA in Orlando that while the market hasn't recovered, it's at least showing signs of recovery, even at the low end.

CAE Opens New Training Site

CAE has opened a new 60,000-square-foot business aviation training facility, CAE Dallas East, just east of the Dallas Forth Worth Airport, the company announced Tuesday at the NBAA convention in Orlando. The company has also added programs at its existing Dallas facility. The combined Dallas space now totals 486,000 square feet, with 40 simulators, 114 classrooms and 80 briefing rooms.

'Aviation City' Proposed For Inner Mongolia

Breathable air is one of the main selling points of a northern Chinese province's effort to develop the "World Aviation City of Ordos" in Inner Mongolia. The local government is proposing an $8 billion aviation-oriented community that will include "the world's largest GA base" with an FBO that has parking for up to 1,000 aircraft.

NTSB: Pilot Error Caused Fatal Jet Crash

The captain of a Beechcraft 390 Premier failed to follow the correct procedures for an anti-skid failure, resulting in a fiery crash that killed five passengers, the NTSB said in its final report on Tuesday. The jet was returning to Thomson-McDuffie County Airport, in Thomson, Georgia, on February 20, 2013, when it failed to slow down after touchdown. The captain initiated a go-around. Nine seconds later, the jet collided with a utility pole about 1,835 feet from the end of the runway, 63 feet above the ground.

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