USAF Shot Down 3 Unidentified Objects That Posed Threat To Civilian Aircraft

NORAD Command has ramped up radar scrutiny of airspace, which has brought more unidentified aerial phenomena to light, officials say.
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4AIR, Global Aerospace Partner for GA Clients

The partnership between the aviation insurance provider and 4AIR is expected to amp sustainability services for GA customers.
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U.S. Military Collecting Debris From Downed Spy Balloon

The callsign of the F-22 that shot the balloon down paid homage to WWI fighter ace Frank Luke, who shot down German observation ...
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Examination Pass Rates To Be a Focus of Upcoming NAFI Summit

The upcoming summit is slated to be held in October at the Sun ’n Fun Campus at Lakeland Linder International Airport.
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Suspected Chinese Spy Balloon Detected Over the U.S.

The surveillance balloon was above the altitude of commercial air traffic, Pentagon officials confirmed Thursday.
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Verijet Adds 3 Cirrus SF50 G2+ Vision Jets to Fleet

The G2+ jets can operate in weather and terrain conditions across the U.S., Verijet officials said.
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Navy Closes in on Environmental Cleanup of T-6B Crash Site

The T-6B Texan II trainer crashed last week in a remote area in Alabama after two pilots successfully ejected.
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ZeroAvia Tests Dornier 228 with Hydrogen-Electric Engine

The test flight is a step forward towards hydrogen-powered commercial flights, ZeroAvia said.
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Embraer Phenom 300MED Certified By FAA, EASA

The medevac configuration can be installed in about five hours.
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Navy Launches Probe After T-6B Trainer Goes Down in Alabama

A Navy flight instructor and a student pilot successfully ejected, according to reports.
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