Operators accustomed to flying in the high-level North Atlantic Tracks (NAT HLA) will soon face additional compliance requirements with the March 29 implementation of performance-based communication and surveillance (PBCS) standards between FL350 and FL390 inclusive. PBCS will replace two existing trial programs: reduced lateral separation minimum (RLatSM) and reduced longitudinal separation minimum (RLongSM).
The Wednesday evening crash of a privately flown Bell UH-1H Huey, registered as N658H, in northern New Mexico claimed five occupants, including a prominent Zimbabwean opposition leader. A sixth passenger was severely injured. New Mexico State Police received a 911 call from one of the victims at approximately 6 p.m. MST on Wednesday.
Albuquerque, New Mexico-based One Aviation laid off an unspecified number of workers this week, a move the company attributed to the end of production of the Eclipse 550 very light jet as it looks toward building the larger Eclipse 700 (also known as “Project Canada”). “We obviously made some difficult decisions that affect production of the EA550 in favor of focusing on service, and bringing the EA700 to production,” company CEO Alan Klapmeier told AIN.
I'm pleased to note the list of the five most popular articles in NBAA's "Business Aviation Insider" member publication in 2017 includes two of mine, regarding ADS-B equipage and the FANS 1/A deadline. https://t.co/M85OBdHHSt
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Selecting a term
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