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This Week in Aviation News! June 3rd, 2019 – June 9th, 2019

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Happy Monday, everyone! We’ve got lots of interesting stories for you to read this week. Don’t forget to follow our Facebook  page and Twitter profile to keep up with all the latest happenings at CapJet!

 

 

  • Citing ADs’ Effects, Tamarack Aero Files for Bankruptcy

    “Sandpoint, Idaho-based Tamarack Aerospace announced early Friday that it voluntarily filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection earlier this month, a decision the company termed “a direct result” of recent Airworthiness Directives from the FAA and European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) that have “effectively grounded” Cessna 525-series aircraft equipped with its active load-alleviation system (Atlas) winglets.” (AIN Online)

 

  • Foundation Looks To Honor Hoover’s Legacy

    “An effort to have the U.S. Postal Service issue a stamp honoring the late legendary aviator Bob Hoover is gaining traction among the aviation industry, according to the Bob Hoover Legacy Foundation.” (AIN Online)

 

  • Ampaire Demonstrates Hybrid Motor with Public Flight

    “Los Angeles-based Ampaire publicly demonstrated its electric propulsion system with a 25-minute flight yesterday afternoon of its 337 Ampaire from Camarillo Airport (CMA), the company announced.” (AIN Online)

 

 

  • NATA Confab To Spotlight Illegal Charter, Cybersecurity

    “Cybersecurity threats, the evolution of technologies, and the fight against illegal charter are among the key topics that the National Air Transportation Association’s 2019 Annual Meeting and Aviation Business Conference will delve into this month.” (AIN Online)

 

  • Dickson’s FAA Admin Nomination Comes Under Question

    “Steve Dickson’s nomination to the FAA administrator post apparently has hit a stumbling block as the Senate Commerce Committee reviews reports regarding a legal complaint alleging moves on the part of Delta Air Lines management to retaliate against a pilot whistleblower who brought safety concerns to light.” (AIN Online)

 

  • Embraer Moving Bizjet Production to Gavião Peixoto

    “With joint venture Boeing Brasil Commercial (BBC) expected to assume its regional jet production facilities in São José dos Campos, production of Embraer’s Legacy 450/500 and Praetor 500/600 will move to Gavião Peixoto, the Brazilian airframer announced late last week.” (AIN Online)

 

  • FAA Clarifies Check Pilot Medical Requirements

    “The FAA has issued a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) to remove regulatory inconsistencies that have caused reported misunderstandings over the fact that medical certificates are not required for check pilots and instructors at commercial operations who perform their functions in aircraft, as long as they are not serving as part of a required flight crew.” (AIN Online)

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