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    Avstar South Africa ceases B737-200 operations.
    General Aviation News It is rumoured that Avstar South Africa has ceased operations as of today.
    Posted by admin on Thursday, July 29 @ 20:09:41 EDT (3042 reads)
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    The 2009 Dubai International Airshow
    General Aviation News The Dubai airshow proved to be a great commercial success, attracting hordes of business in rivalry to the very well-known Paris and Farnborough shows.  Hailed as the most expensive airshow in the world, the airshow lived up to its claim offering a platform for the signing of multibillion-dollar deals.
    Posted by admin on Thursday, November 19 @ 19:51:45 EST (3387 reads)
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    The Winner of the May to July 2009 Aviation Photography Competition is Announced
    General Aviation News In one of the closest competition results yet on Aviation Dimension, a unique image has won by 0.01 above its closest competitor.
    Posted by admin on Monday, September 07 @ 15:17:12 EDT (3407 reads)
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    More debris found from Air France plane crash
    General Aviation News From CNN: RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (CNN) -- Searchers found four more debris fields Wednesday from an Air France jet that plunged into the Atlantic Ocean early Monday with 228 people on board, the Brazilian Air Force said.
    Posted by admin on Wednesday, June 03 @ 20:45:55 EDT (4058 reads)
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    Air France A330 Disappears over the Atlantic Ocean
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    An Air France A330 has tragically disappeared over the Atlantic Ocean. Air France has confirmed the aircraft is missing and has probably crashed into the ocean.

    Posted by admin on Tuesday, June 02 @ 09:31:58 EDT (9391 reads)
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    The King Air Shows Military Muscle.
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    The King Air 350 has seen itself being beefed-up to be able to offer an extended range mission capability.  The Hawker Beechcraft Corp. has modified 23 King Air 350’s to become 350 ER turboprops which the United States military is designating the MC-12W.

    Posted by admin on Sunday, May 17 @ 10:31:02 EDT (3620 reads)
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    The Chinook is alive and well and Australia wants more.
    General Aviation News
    The Chinook helicopter initially considered as not having a great future when it was first developed has not only shown its resilience but also its incredible operational capability and Australia wants more.

    Posted by admin on Sunday, May 17 @ 10:28:58 EDT (2991 reads)
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    SAAF A109 Agusta Helicopter Crashes, Three Lost
    General Aviation News A SAAF Agusta A109 has crashed tragically causing the loss of three crew members.
    Posted by admin on Thursday, May 14 @ 13:52:05 EDT (3928 reads)
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    Royal Air Force's Boeing C-17s Surpass 50,000 Hours of Flight Time
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    LONG BEACH, Calif., April 30, 2009 -- Boeing [NYSE: BA] and the UK Royal Air Force (RAF) today announced that the RAF fleet of six C-17 Globemaster III airlifters has surpassed 50,000 flying hours in eight years of service.
    Posted by admin on Friday, May 01 @ 18:14:18 EDT (4535 reads)
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    Is RVSM in Africa premature?
    General Aviation News
    RVSM - Reduced Vertical Separation Minima. The minimum height between flight levels has been reduced throughout Africa in accordance with RVSM.
    Posted by admin on Thursday, April 30 @ 12:35:01 EDT (4373 reads)
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