Santa Monica FBOs Remain Open … For Now

City officials extend eviction notices for Atlantic Aviation and American Flyers.
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Aircraft Safely Flying Closer in Southern California

New ATC wake turbulence standards no longer weight-based.
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FAA’s Role in Product Liability Could Be in Jeopardy

AOPA wants the Supreme Court to weigh in on a ruling that could turn the aviation industry on its ear.
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Dassault’s FalconEye Combined Vision System Achieves Certification

New HUD installation is now available for the Falcon 2000S and LHX.
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Pilot Says Earning FAA’s ADS-B Rebate Has Been Expensive

This was supposed to be an incentive too.
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Unusual Attitudes: Another Screw-up

Losing my Cub, my DPE and some layers off my butt.
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FAA Moves Swiftly to Halt Santa Monica Airport Evictions

The agency issued a notice of investigation against the city’s plan to shut down the airport’s FBOs.
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Guardian Avionics Receives First-Ever FAA NORSEE Mounting Approval

Aircraft owners can now eliminate cumbersome mounts and wires plugged into cigarette lighters for some equipment.
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LA Times Takes City of Santa Monica to Task

Newspaper blasts the city as the FAA has so far been unable to halt Santa Monica’s efforts to close the embattled airport.
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Medical Exams Offered at Sebring U.S. Sport Aviation Expo

Visitors to the Florida sport aircraft event can leave with a second or third class medical certificate.
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