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  • Aurora testing OPA-configured Diamond


    Virginia-based aerospace company Aurora Flight Sciences is currently conducting tests on an aircraft meant to bring the best of manned and unmanned flight...


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  • Turkey in talks for 10 Anka UAVs


    Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) is in discussions with the nation's defence procurement body over a proposed launch...


  • Aurora testing OPA-configured Diamond


    Virginia-based aerospace company Aurora Flight Sciences is currently conducting tests on an aircraft meant to bring the...


  • Mistral prepares piston engines for certification


    <p>Start-up powerplant manufacturer <a href="http://www.mistral-engines.com/">Mistral Engines</a> is gearing up to...


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  • Turkey in talks for 10 Anka UAVs

    News | 06 Apr 2012 10:02 | Tolga Ozbek

    Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) is in discussions with the nation's defence procurement body over a proposed launch order for its Anka unmanned air vehicle, first flown in late 2010.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Turkey-in-talks-for-10-Anka-UAVs-370435/
  • Aurora testing OPA-configured Diamond

    News | 14 Jul 2010 23:38 | Gayle Putrich

    Virginia-based aerospace company Aurora Flight Sciences is currently conducting tests on an aircraft meant to bring the best of manned and unmanned flight...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Aurora-testing-OPA-configured-Diamond-344426/
  • Voss: Ready for 'huge leap forward'

    News | 03 Aug 2009 23:00 | John Croft

    ROCKWELL COLLINS' new wholly owned subsidiary, Control Technologies, is advancing what its senior director David Voss maintains will be the next giant leap...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Voss-Ready-for-huge-leap-forward-330419/
  • Aurora demonstrates autonomous take-offs and landings

    News | 03 Jul 2009 15:27 | John Croft

    Unmanned air vehicle maker Aurora Flight Sciences has completed a one-year test programme incorporating a series of...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Aurora-demonstrates-autonomous-take-offs-and-landings-329232/
  • Mistral prepares piston engines for certification

    News | 24 May 2009 17:00 | Kate Sarsfield

    <p>Start-up powerplant manufacturer <a href="http://www.mistral-engines.com/">Mistral Engines</a> is gearing up to certificate and deliver in early 2010 the first of a family of multi-fuel piston engines targeted at the light aircraft retrofit market. </p><p>Leading the four-strong line-up is the 300hp (225kW) G300 rotary engine. The liquid-cooled powerplant is based on Wankel automotive technology and offers 90% fewer moving parts than a reciprocated piston engine, "no vibration and virtually no noise", says Mistral's communication and marketing manager Perrine Bell. The engine can be powered by mogas - unleaded automotive gasoline - or Avgas.</p><p>She says Mistral's engine development programme has spanned eight years at a cost of SFr20 million ($18 million).</p><p>To date the normally aspirated, three-rotor G300 has flown more than 400h and is being installed on a Maule MX7 light aircraft in anticipation for its first flight later this month. US certification is scheduled for the fhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Mistral-prepares-piston-engines-for-certification-326897/
  • Straight & Level

    News | 19 Apr 2004 23:00

    <p>I-Joke</p> <p>Thanks to nephew Giulio Valdonio whose diligent scouring of the Italian register has produced a few more oddities:</p> <p>For the weight watchers: I-KILO (Learjet 55), I-BUTY (Piper PA31), I-CLOD (Partenavia P.64B), I-LOOK (Learjet 55), and I-SLIM (Piper Colt).</p> <p>For those with a flair for the dramatic: I-BURY (Piper PA23), I-CHOC (Falcon 10), I-DIVE (Dornier 27), I-DROP (Piper AP28), I-FEAR (SIAI Marchetti S.205), I-HIGH (Cessna 337), I-MISS (Cessna 172), I-SINK (SIAI Marchetti SF.260) I-SKIM (Cessna 182), I-SPIN (Piper PA28) I-TRIP (Falco F.8L) and I-ZOOM (Learjet 35A).</p> <p>For the carefree types: I-DRAW (Zlin 50), I-GOLF (Piper PA18), I-GROW (MB.339), I-JOKE (Zlin 526) and I-LOVE (Douglas DC-3).</p> <p>For the animal lovers: I-CRAB (Cessna 150) and I-TOAD (Cessna Stationair).</p> <p>And thanks to nephew Tony Mackinnon for recalling the story about four bus loads of "reggie spotters" on an LAAS International extravaganza to Switzerland who turned up tohttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Straight-Level-180439/