U.S. Army Special-Missions Equipped Beechcraft King Air 300 Surpasses 50,000 Flight Hours

Textron Aviation celebrates its leadership of the twin-engine turboprop segment by announcing a Beechcraft King Air 300, delivered in 1987 and in service in the U.S. Army fleet of aircraft since 2009, has surpassed a significant 50,000 flight hours milestone. “The Beechcraft King Air is the world leader in twin-turboprop special mission operations because of […]

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Textron Aviation’s Special Edition 75th Anniversary Beechcraft Bonanza Blends Modern Tech with Retro Styling

Textron Aviation has turned to an aviation legend and founding member of the Beechcraft brand to commemorate a milestone for one of its most iconic aircraft. The company today announced a special edition 75th anniversary option for its Beechcraft Bonanza G36 single-engine piston aircraft, distinguished by its custom interior and paint scheme inspired by Olive […]

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Kansas State Polytechnic to Host Free Webinar on UAS Ops in Public Safety Organizations

Public safety agencies are one of the fastest-growing adopters of unmanned aircraft systems technology. Utilizing UAS provides opportunities and advantages to law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency management personnel, but knowing where to start in developing a UAS operation can be complicated. Kansas State Polytechnic is offering a free webinar and live question and answer […]

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Kansas State Polytechnic Webinar on UAS Reg Changes from FAA Shared Globally

Unmanned aircraft systems are a global phenomenon, and the experts at Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus are helping to ensure regulation updates are shared across the globe. A free webinar offered by K-State Polytechnic on Feb. 25 discussing recent changes implemented to UAS regulations by the Federal Aviation Administration was attended globally. The webinar shared […]

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Kansas State Polytechnic to Host Free Webinar on UAS Regulation Changes from FAA

The Federal Aviation Administration has announced several changes related to unmanned aircraft systems operations that will go into effect in the coming months. These regulation changes are important for every new and experienced UAS pilot to understand. Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus is offering a free webinar and live question and answer session to discuss […]

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Kansas Unveils Supersonic Flight Corridor

Testing area for supersonic flight brings fresh innovation to State Governor Laura Kelly and Kansas Department of Transportation Secretary Julie Lorenz announced this week that KDOT and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have finalized an agreement to establish the Kansas Supersonic Transportation Corridor (SSTC) for use in testing non-military aircraft that fly faster than the […]

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