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  • NATA Asks Members for Feedback on Illegal Charter

    “As part of its Fly Smarter: Avoid Illegal Charter campaign, NATA has issued a survey in an attempt to build data and get feedback on how illegal charter is affecting the industry.” (AIN Online)

 

  • Moran Pushes To Protect FAA from Future Shutdowns

    “Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kansas) is continuing to push for his bill to shield the U.S. FAA from any future shutdowns. Moran in March introduced his Aviation Funding Stability Act of 2019 (S.762) as a companion to a similar bill in the House that was introduced by House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee chairman Pete DeFazio (D-Oregon).” (AIN Online)

 

  • Energy Org Joins Fray Warning on Fuel Contamination

    “An international energy organization, the Energy Institute, has joined the increasing calls for caution in handling fuel additives on airports, including fuel system icing inhibitors (FSII).” (AIN Online)

 

  • AsBAA: SAF Infrastructure and Supply Needed in Asia

    “The Asian Business Aviation Association (AsBAA) is working with its fuel provider members World Fuel Services and Air BP to develop awareness of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), as well as the infrastructure required in Asia for its adoption.” (AIN Online)

 

  • Russia Begins Wind Tunnel Testing on SSBJ

    “Russia is getting closer to developing its own supersonic business jet, including beginning tests in the supersonic wind tunnel at the Russian Khristianovich Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, according to recent statements of representatives of some leading domestic aviation bureaus and industry analysts.” (AIN Online)

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