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This Week in Aviation News! November 4th, 2019 – November 10th, 2019

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This Week in Aviation News! November 4th, 2019 – November 10th, 2019

Happy Veterans Day! Last week was packed with news, so there’s plenty of things to read today. Don’t forget – if you follow our Facebook  page and Twitter profile, you can read more articles all week!


  • EC ‘Stops the Clock’ in Boeing-Embraer Merger Probe

    “Boeing’s proposed acquisition of 80 percent of Embraer’s commercial aircraft division appears likely to face another delay after the European Commission on Monday said it has “stopped the clock” in its in-depth investigation of the transaction.” (AIN Online)


  • NATA Stepping Up Efforts on Human Trafficking Awareness

    “In recognition that FBOs can serve as a gateway for human trafficking, the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) is working with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on training videos for aviation businesses to remain on the alert for such activity.” (AIN Online)


  • FAA Releases Privacy Plan for ADS-B

    “The FAA is putting one of the final pieces in place for the transition to the January 1 ADS-B deadline, releasing a plan to protect the privacy of operators from real-time flight-tracking services.” (AIN Online)



  • Bill To Improve Notam System Takes Step Forward

    “Passed by voice vote, the Notice to Airmen Improvement Act of 2019 (H.R.1775) calls on the FAA to establish a task force that would review existing means to present Notams and flight operations information to pilots; review regulations and policies surrounding Notams; determine best practices to organize, prioritize, and present flight operations information in an optimal manner; and provide recommendations to improve Notam information.” (AIN Online)


  • Rolls-Royce Admits to New Delay for Trent 1000 TEN Engine Fix

    “Rolls-Royce is accelerating investments in additional maintenance capacity and spare engines to reduce disruption to operators of the Boeing 787 powered by its Trent 1000 engines after admitting it still faces delays in the redesign of an improved high-pressure turbine (HPT) blade for Trent 1000 TEN.” (AIN Online)


  • Despite Tensions, Bizav Traffic To Hong Kong Unchanged

    “Even with the protests in Hong Kong that have garnered headlines since June, business aviation travel there has not been drastically affected, according to the Hong Kong Business Aviation Centre (HKBAC), the lone FBO on the field, which has seen only minimal erosion.” (AIN Online)


  • New Urban Air Mobility Group Hopes To Help Shape Future Policy

    “The Community Air Mobility Initiative (CAMI) has been formed around the emerging urban air mobility (UAM) industry and will assist in its development, as well as aid cities with the integration of such systems, the Seattle-based nonprofit organization announced today.” (AIN Online)



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