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Pinnacle Airlines lands in Minnesota with 350+ new jobs
Twin Cities Business
Minnesota's Twin Cities will soon welcome a new airline carrier, Pinnacle Airlines Corporation, along with at least 350 new jobs that it plans to fill locally. Memphis, Tenn.-based Pinnacle in January announced plans to relocate its corporate headquarters to the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Pinnacle spokesman Joe Williams told Twin Cities Business recently that the airline plans to hire at least 350 new airline industry jobs within Minnesota in conjunction with the move.
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Home-built aircraft causing concern
Asbury Park Press
A few days after Christmas last year, a plane crash near San Diego killed produce executive William Stern, his wife, Jennifer, and daughter Katelyn. One word stood out for those reading reports on the accident: Experimental. Stern, of Phoenix-based food supplier Stern Produce Co., was flying a 2005 experimental Lancair IV-P Turbine.
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Sioux City, Iowa, aircraft maintenance business takes off
Sioux City Journal
A Sioux City business recently overhauled and refurbished a commuter jet that transports passengers to Caribbean destinations. The SAAB 340B jet, owned by Seaborne Airlines, left Aviation Consultant Expert Solutions' hangar at at Sioux Gateway Airport in February.
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North Carolina city weighs breaks for aviation firm expansion
WLOS-TV
Hundreds more jobs may be landing in the Greensboro, N.C., area. Greensboro's city council has planned a public hearing on whether to give TIMCO Aviation Services $400,000 in taxpayer help with expansion. Guilford County commissioners are expected to consider the same amount as the aircraft maintenance company adds 400 jobs.
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2 more aviation students awarded global scholarships
Penn State News
Two Pennsylvania College of Technology students were among only seven selected internationally to receive a Bill Sanderson Aviation Maintenance Technology Scholarship from Helicopter Association International's Technical Committee.
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High-flying role model: Tuskegee airman tours Eglin Air Force Base
Crestview News Bulletin
When James Harvey III volunteered to become an Air Force pilot during World War II, he wasn't wanted. Harvey, who is black, said that in the early 1940s, the Air Force didn't believe people of his skin color had the intelligence or ability to fly. Under pressure, they set up a special school and shipped aspiring black pilots there.
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Aerospace industry grows in Grant County, Wash.
Columbia Basin Herald
While Grant County, Wash., has established a strong agricultural industry over the years, the expansion of Everett-based Aviation Technical Services to Moses Lake signals the growth of another emerging industry. State and regional leaders celebrated the growth of the aerospace industry in Grant County during an ATS ribbon-cutting at the Grant County International Airport recently.
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