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  • FC | 2017-06-26

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    73% of US jets not ADS-B compliant

    Duncan Aviation recently released a report showing that roughly 73% of all active US-registered business aircraft have not yet complied with the upcoming Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) deadline.

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  • HI | 2017-06-26

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    Sino-US becomes exclusive Leonardo China distributor with 17 helicopter order

    Sino-US Intercontinental Helicopter Investment has become the exclusive China distributor for the Leonardo helicopter range.

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  • AIN | 2017-06-22

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    Fourth Test Gulfstream G600 Takes Flight

    Gulfstream Aerospace’s fourth flight-test G600 completed its maiden flight yesterday, just six weeks after the third aircraft joined the flight-test fleet. 

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  • AIN | 2017-06-23

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    Boeing Takes Order Crown at Paris Salon

    Boeing outdueled its European rival in the traditional Paris Air Show order battle last week, collecting incremental orders and commitments for 571 airplanes worth $74.8 billion at list prices.

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  • AIN | 2017-06-13

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    Pentagon: China Is 'Closing the Gap' in Air Power with U.S.

    The People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) is “closing the gap rapidly” with Western air forces across a broad spectrum of capabilities, states the Pentagon’s annual report to Congress on China’s military, released on June 6.

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  • CJI | 2017-06-12

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    Private jets: Business or pleasure?

    Monarch Air Group based in Fort Lauderdale International Airport in Florida has spoken about the business aviation market.

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  • HI | 2017-06-09

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    Bell 505 Jet Ranger X gets FAA certification

    Bell Helicopters new light twin aircraft, the 505 Jet Ranger X has achieved its Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification.

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  • AIN | 2017-06-09

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    Bell Plans To Soon Resume 525 Flight Testing

    Nearly a year after the fatal crash of a Bell 525 during a test flight, the program remains grounded. Last week, Bell Helicopter CEO Mitch Snyder said the 525 would be “back up to flight” in the near future

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