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This Week in Aviation News! August 19th, 2019 – August 25th, 2019

This Week in Aviation News! October 15th, 2018 – October 21st, 2018 (NBAA-BACE SPECIAL)
This Week in Aviation News! August 12th, 2019 – August 18th, 2019 (featuring LABACE!)
August 19, 2019
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This Week in Aviation News! August 26th, 2019 – September 1st, 2019
September 2, 2019

This Week in Aviation News! August 19th, 2019 – August 25th, 2019

CapJet - This Week in Aviation News! April 23rd, 2018 – April 29nd, 2018

Happy Monday everyone! August is quickly coming to an end – next time we see you, it’ll be September, which means fall is on the way! Don’t forget to follow our Facebook  page and Twitter profile, as we’ll be posting stuff about the conference on those platforms all week!


  • Long-time Houston Chief Pilot Hank Henry Dies

    “C.G. “Hank” Henry, the long-time chief pilot for West Houston Airport who has flown dignitaries such as Charles Lindbergh and Glenn Curtiss, died on August 7.” (AIN Online)




  • FAA Notice Warns of Damage to AOA Sensors

    “The FAA has issued Information for Operators (InFo) 19009 to advise pilots and maintenance personnel of the potential for damaging angle of attack (AOA) sensors on aircraft.” (AIN Online)


  • Next Recession Leaves Airframers Without Safety Net

    “The next recession won’t cut as deep for business aviation as the one in 2008, but it will lack the safety net that emerging markets provided airframers 11 years ago, according to a new report released today by industry analyst Brian Foley.” (AIN Online)


  • Bizav Restrictions Expected for Japan Enthronement

    “General aviation traffic restrictions will likely be put in place when Japan enthrones a new emperor nearly two months from now, but reports that such restrictions have been announced for two airports are not correct, according to a posting this week on Universal Weather & Aviation’s Operational Insight blog.” (AIN Online)


  • Quest Kodiak Fleet Reaches Scandinavia

    “Quest Aircraft continues to expand the reach of its Kodiak 100 turboprop single with the first delivery to a Scandinavian customer.” (AIN Online)




  • Embraer To Double Engineering Space for Boeing Split

    “With Embraer’s regional jet division slated to become Boeing Commercial Brasil by year-end, Embraer has announced the construction of $30 million in new facilities in the São José dos Campos suburb of Eugênio de Melo.” (AIN Online)

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