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  • FAA finalises MU-2 safety programme


    The US Federal Aviation Administration has implemented a Special Federal Aviation...


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  • NBAA 09: Business Aviation Census: Recessionary rebound?

    News | 12 Oct 2009 08:00 | Kate Sarsfield

    It has been an agonising 12 months for business aviation. The financial meltdown across leading international markets triggered last year the worst economic...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/NBAA-09-Business-Aviation-Census-Recessionary-rebound-333298/
  • FAA finalises MU-2 safety programme

    News | 08 Feb 2008 14:00 | David Learmount

    The US Federal Aviation Administration has implemented a Special Federal Aviation...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/FAA-finalises-MU-2-safety-programme-221385/
  • NTSB to investigate trio of turbine crashes

    News | 03 Jul 2006 23:00

    <p>Three crashes involving turbine-powered aircraft that killed three pilots in the space of two days are being investigated by the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). </p><p>On 24 June, a Pilatus PC-12, on a training flight from Big Timber, Montana, crewed by an instructor and the new aircraft’s owner, crashed about 1.5km (0.8nm) from the runway just after take-off. Both pilots were killed when the aircraft came down on a hillside and burst into flames. On the same day, an Aero Charter Services Cessna Citation Encore overran the 1,880m (6,160ft) runway 24 at Upland-Cable airfield, between Los Angeles and San Bernadino, California, and burst into flames. The two crew and single passenger survived. </p><p>On 25 June, a Mitsubishi Mu-2 twin turboprop came down soon after taking off from St Lucie airport, Florida. The pilot, a professional with an instructor rating who had filed an instrument flight rules flightplan to Murfreesboro, Tennessee, was the only person on board. Hehttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/NTSB-to-investigate-trio-of-turbine-crashes-207633/
  • Mitsubishi Mu-2 goes under FAA’s microscope

    News | 03 Oct 2005 23:00

    <P>The US Federal Aviation Administration is carrying out a safety review of the Mitsubishi Mu-2 twin turboprop on the grounds that there has been an increase in the number of accidents involving the type in the last two years. Since the announcement a Mu-2 crashed on approach to West Memphis airport, Tennessee on 23 September.</P> <P>The FAA says it is not merely checking out the aircraft, the oldest of which were built in the early 1960s, but also the operators and the types of operation for which the aircraft is used, and is reviewing the recent accidents to see if there is an identifiable trend or common causal factor. The FAA says that most of the accidents involved “cheque-haulers” – overnight cargo carriers operating under FAR Part 135. The early Mu-2s were powered by Turbomeca Astazou engines, but most now have Garrett TPE331s. US National Transportation Safety Board information indicates there have been five fatal and five non-fatal accidents involving US-registered Mu-2s sinhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Mitsubishi-Mu-2-goes-under-FAAs-microscope-201916/
  • MU-2 exclusive

    News | 25 Jul 2005 23:00

    <P><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 9pt; FONT-FAMILY: Arial">Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Aircraft Components (ACC) has become the exclusive overhaul agency for Japanese-manufactured parts in the out-of-production Mitsubishi Mu-2 twin-turboprop. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p></SPAN></P>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/MU-2-exclusive-200569/
  • Simcom simulator

    News | 20 Oct 2003 23:00

    <p>SimCom has installed a second Mitsubishi Mu-2 simulator at its Orlando, Florida, centre. The fixed-base "visual motion" device represents the Mu-2J and K, and joins SimCom's Marquise/Solitaire simulator.</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Simcom-simulator-172772/