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How can fuel affect the aviation and marine industries?

Nothing affects the transportation industry quite like fuel. Whether it's price, type or scarcity, the specter of gas always looms heavy over the industry of planes and boats. While states across the nation contemplate raising taxes on gas to pay for infrastructure repairs,...

source: By Ryan Clark
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The FAA released its annual aviation forecast for the next 20 years, predicting growth for the turbine and rotorcraft fleets but downturns in sales of most fixed-wing piston airplanes. The business jet market grew in 2014 for the first time since 2008, and the forecast predicts...

source: AVweb

NASA engineers are now testing an airplane wing fitted with 18 electric motors, and they plan to replace the wings and engine of a Tecnam P2006T with an improved version of the system within the next two years. The project, called LEAPTech, for Leading Edge Asynchronous...

source: AVweb

According to author Jeffrey Madison: My wife's lovely voice pierced an almost-as-lovely evening flight. "What's that red light on the instrument panel?" She was pointing to the alternator fail red warning light. And now a fancy-free evening above central Virginia pine forests...

source: General Aviation News

The General Aviation Awards program and the FAA revealed the winners of the 2014 National GA awards, which each year recognize top aviation professionals for their contributions to general aviation. The recipients are Mary Schu of Tualatin, Oregon, who was named Certificated...

source: FLYING

Solar Impulse has completed the fourth of 12 legs on its historic flight around the world using nothing but solar power. A carnival-like atmosphere with local dance performances greeted pilot and co-founder of Solar Impulse Bertrand Piccard as he approached the runway in...

source: FLYING

While it may be a shallow measuring gauge, the most popular indicator of the success of an aircraft refurb is the paint job. A good one can be used to disguise many ills while a bad one can overwhelm the perfection of the new leather interior and top-of-the-line glass panel....

source: AVweb


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