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  • NATA Survey Finds Nearly All Harmed by Illegal Charter

    “A recent National Air Transportation Association (NATA) survey provides a glimpse into the depth of the concerns surrounding illegal charter, with more than 90 percent of respondents saying they have been negatively affected by such unlawful activity.” (AIN Online)

 

  • Textron’s Citation Longitude Gets FAA Certification

    “Textron Aviation’s Cessna Citation Longitude has received its long-awaited FAA type certification, the Wichita-based OEM announced today, allowing customer deliveries of the super-midsize twin to begin.” (AIN Online)

 

  • Bombardier’s Newest Globals Get Transport Canada OK

    “Bombardier obtained Transport Canada certification for its newest members of the Global family, the 5500 and 6500, and anticipates EASA and FAA approvals, along with service entry, to follow shortly, the company announced today.” (AIN Online)

 

 

  • FAA Seeks $514k Penalty from Parts Supplier

    “The FAA is seeking a $514,558 civil penalty against Aerospace Support International of Doral, Florida, for allegedly selling ball bearings without the proper airworthiness documentation.” (AIN Online)

 

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