Aviation International News » April 2003

January 28, 2008 - 9:38am

Terrance Kelley has announced his resignation as president and COO of U.S. operations for Jet Aviation to pursue other opportunities. Theo Staub, v-p of strategic planning and business development at Jet Aviation’s European headquarters in Zurich, was named interim CEO until a permanent replacement can be found.

January 28, 2008 - 9:38am

Terrance Kelley has announced his resignation as president and COO of U.S. operations for Jet Aviation to pursue other opportunities. Theo Staub, v-p of strategic planning and business development at Jet Aviation’s European headquarters in Zurich, was named interim CEO until a permanent replacement can be found.

January 28, 2008 - 9:11am

The General Aviation Coalition (GAC) and its 17 member organizations have challenged the TSA’s recent direct final rule that would allow the revocation of an FAA airman certificate based on a threat assessment, declaring that it “clearly exacerbates the frustration experienced by this community seeing our civil liberties as citizen aviators slowly chipped away.”

January 28, 2008 - 9:11am

The General Aviation Coalition (GAC) and its 17 member organizations have challenged the TSA’s recent direct final rule that would allow the revocation of an FAA airman certificate based on a threat assessment, declaring that it “clearly exacerbates the frustration experienced by this community seeing our civil liberties as citizen aviators slowly chipped away.”

January 28, 2008 - 9:05am

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) filed a petition with the FAA last month asking that the agency reopen Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) to nonscheduled commercial air carriers, which in addition to Part 91 operators have been banned at the airport since 9/11.

January 28, 2008 - 9:05am

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) filed a petition with the FAA last month asking that the agency reopen Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) to nonscheduled commercial air carriers, which in addition to Part 91 operators have been banned at the airport since 9/11.

January 28, 2008 - 8:56am

CESSNA 208, DILLINGHAM, ALASKA, OCT. 10, 2001–At about 9:26 a.m. Alaska daylight time, Peninsula Airways (dba Pen- Air) Flight 350, Cessna Caravan N9530F, crashed shortly after takeoff from Dillingham Airport (DLG). The pilot and nine passengers were killed and the airplane was destroyed. One passenger was airlifted to a hospital in Anchorage but died the next day.

January 28, 2008 - 8:56am

CESSNA 208, DILLINGHAM, ALASKA, OCT. 10, 2001–At about 9:26 a.m. Alaska daylight time, Peninsula Airways (dba Pen- Air) Flight 350, Cessna Caravan N9530F, crashed shortly after takeoff from Dillingham Airport (DLG). The pilot and nine passengers were killed and the airplane was destroyed. One passenger was airlifted to a hospital in Anchorage but died the next day.

January 28, 2008 - 8:50am

PA-31-350 AND PA-44-180, BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP, N.J., AUG. 9, 2000– Piper Navajo Chieftain N27944, operated by Patuxent Airways of Hollywood, Md., and Piper Seminole N2225G, operated by Hortman Aviation Services of Philadelphia, were both destroyed when they collided in midair at 7:52 a.m. EST over Burlington Township.

January 28, 2008 - 8:50am

PA-31-350 AND PA-44-180, BURLINGTON TOWNSHIP, N.J., AUG. 9, 2000– Piper Navajo Chieftain N27944, operated by Patuxent Airways of Hollywood, Md., and Piper Seminole N2225G, operated by Hortman Aviation Services of Philadelphia, were both destroyed when they collided in midair at 7:52 a.m. EST over Burlington Township.

 
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