BRS Aerospace Positions Installation Network for Cessna 172/182 Aircraft Parachute Recovery Systems

BRS Aerospace has established a nationwide Cessna Parachute System Authorized Installation Network to handle whole aircraft parachute installations on the sizeable Cessna 172 and 182 single-engine piston powered fleets. “The network of factory-approved installation centers are all equipped and qualified to install the BRS Aerospace whole aircraft parachute recover systems in 172s and 182s providing […]

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GAMA Marks Over 40,000 Aircraft Equipped with ADS-B

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) welcomed the recent news that as of September 1, rule-compliant Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) equipment is now on board over 40,000 aircraft flying in the United States. Air traffic control system modernization activities are accelerating worldwide. It is vital that aircraft owners begin to make informed decisions about how […]

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U.S. Department of Transportation Announces $264 Million in Infrastructure Grants to 95 Airports in 31 States

U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao recently announced the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will award $264 million in airport infrastructure grants to 95 airports in 31 states across the United States as part of the FAA’s Airport Improvement Program (AIP). “The Airport Improvement Program helps to maintain our aviation infrastructure and supports safety, […]

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Morane-Saulnier Type L Aeroplane Replica Comes to EAA Aviation Museum Collection

(Pictured above from left to right: Daniel Bacou, president of Heritage Avions Morane-Saulnier, Patrick Daher, chairman of Daher group, with members of the construction team, Claude Canerie, Gérard Frances, Mickael Brahier and Jean-Claude Arne (photo Airborne Films) In a donation honoring 100 years of the French-American aviation relationship, a full-sized Morane-Saulnier Type L “Parasol” aeroplane […]

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New Certification Rule for Small Airplanes Becomes Effective

On August 30, the final rule overhauling airworthiness standards for general aviation airplanes published in December of 2016 officially went into effect. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) expects this rule will enable faster installation of innovative, safety-enhancing technologies into small airplanes, while reducing costs for the aviation industry. With these performance-based standards, the FAA delivers […]

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