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“Despite hopes for an expedited journey through Chapter 11 reorganization, Albuquerque, New Mexico-based One Aviation is still awaiting court approval for its plan to exit bankruptcy and facing a challenge from some company stakeholders.” (AIN Online)
“‘NBAA recommends recurrent training and checking be evidence-based and target operations and procedures that address leading accident causes for turbine-powered aircraft,’ the association said.” (AIN Online)
“The U.S. military will step in and replace the crumbling main runway on Southern California’s Catalina Island Airport in a three-month project starting this month.” (AIN Online)
“As the partial U.S. government shutdown reaches the end of its second week, the ripple effect on the aviation industry is beginning to surface in areas such as ferry flights.” (AIN Online)
“A new Advisory Circular, AC 150/5370-10H, updates the FAA recommended standard specifications related to materials and methods used for construction on airports.” (AIN Online)
“The Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) has permanently restricted airspace over Pasir Gudang, Johor, near the ILS approach path of Singapore Seletar Airport.” (AIN Online)