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  • MJets opens Thailand's first FBO in Don Mueang


    Thai business aircraft operator MJets has opened the country's first dedicated fixed-base operation at Bangkok's Don...


  • NTSB blames controllers for three near-misses


    The US National Transportation Safety Board has found that errors by air traffic controllers were the probable causes...


  • NTSB blames controllers for three near-misses


    <p>The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has found that errors by air traffic controllers were the...


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  • MJets opens Thailand's first FBO in Don Mueang

    News | 17 Mar 2010 04:00 | Siva Govindasamy

    Thai business aircraft operator MJets has opened the country's first dedicated fixed-base operation at Bangkok's Don Mueang airport to exploit the growing...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/MJets-opens-Thailands-first-FBO-in-Don-Mueang-339466/
  • NTSB blames controllers for three near-misses

    News | 05 Mar 2009 15:00 | John Croft

    The US National Transportation Safety Board has found that errors by air traffic controllers were the probable causes of three recent near-misses, according...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/NTSB-blames-controllers-for-three-near-misses-323371/
  • NTSB blames controllers for three near-misses

    News | 27 Feb 2009 22:26 | John Croft

    <p>The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has found that errors by air traffic controllers were the probable causes of three recent near-misses,...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/NTSB-blames-controllers-for-three-near-misses-323225/
  • Student pilot dies trying to follow ATC instructions

    News | 19 Jul 2007 16:25 | David Learmount

    Sixteen-year old Southampton victim of fatal Cessna 150 crash thought to be UK's youngest pilot fatalityhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Student-pilot-dies-trying-to-follow-ATC-instructions-215575/
  • Las Vegas start-up bets on Epic

    News | 22 Sep 2003 23:00

    <p>KATE SARSFIELD / LONDON</p> <p>New US company launches six-seat single-engined turboprop in effort to carve a slice of fast-expanding market</p> <p>A Las Vegas-based start-up has unveiled a six-seat single-engined turboprop in a bid to capture a share of what it believes is a burgeoning owner-flyer market.</p> <p>Aircraft Investor Resources co-owner and chief executive Rick Schrameck says the carbonfibre Epic LT will be pitched against "highly priced" turboprops including the EADS Socata TBM 700, New Piper Malibu Meridian and the Pilatus PC-12, as well as medium light piston twins such as the Cessna 414 and Raytheon Beech Bonanza. "Our main focus is on the owner operator market which has huge growth potential, but we will certainly look at the air taxi market when the opportunity arises," he says.</p> <p>The pressurised Epic is powered by a Pratt &amp; Whitney Canada PT6-67A engine and, says Schrameck, is "about 1,000lb [450kg] lighter than the TBM, up to 50kt [95km/h] faster, hhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Las-Vegas-start-up-bets-on-Epic-171487/
  • Grob takes the wraps off G160 Ranger turboprop

    News | 05 May 2003 23:00

    <p>JUSTIN WASTNAGE / MINDELHEIM</p> <p>Six-seat business aircraft to take on high-speed rivals TBM700 and Piper Malibu </p> <p>Grob Aerospace has launched its G160TP Ranger six-seat, high-speed turboprop business aircraft. The G160 will be priced at under €2 million ($2.1 million) and is set to compete against high-speed turboprops such as EADS Socata's TBM700 and New Piper's Malibu Meridian (<I>Flight International</I>, 1-7 April).</p> <p>The Ranger will be powered by the 640kW (850shp) Pratt &amp; Whitney Canada PT6A-42 and have a cruise speed of 270kt (500km/h) at an altitude of 31,000ft (9,500m). Grob chief operating officer Andreas Strohmayer expects the aircraft to win the battle for range against the TBM700 - it can fly 3,300km (1,800nm) with seven 90kg (200lb) people on board, compared with the TBM700's 1,200km. </p> <p>Strohmayer also says customers will prefer the G160's 1.42m cabin height over the Meridian for comfort, and over the Ibis Aerospace Ae270 Spirit for the allhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Grob-takes-the-wraps-off-G160-Ranger-turboprop-165080/