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AAR Awarded New Contract to Support U.S. Navy Vertical Replenishment

opshanoiJun 10,2014
Aviation News

AAR Awarded New Contract to Support U.S. Navy Vertical Replenishment WOOD DALE, Illinois, June 9, 2014 – AAR (NYSE: AIR) announces the Military Sealift Command awarded its Airlift division a contract to provide vertical replenishment (VERTREP) services to its 5th and 7th Fleets in the Mediterranean Sea, Arabian Gulf, and

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Universal Aviation Cuts Ribbon On Next Chapter Of Paris Presence

Universal Aviation Cuts Ribbon On Next Chapter Of Paris Presence

opshanoiJun 8,2014
Aviation News

Universal Aviation Paris, located at Le Bourget Airport (LFPB), today officially inaugurated its updated FBO April 30, at a ribbon-cutting celebration attended by clients, airport officials, and media. Universal Aviation is the ground support division of Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. Universal Aviation has more than 40 locations in 19

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IATA: No Timetable For Airplane Tracking

IATA: No Timetable For Airplane Tracking

opshanoiJun 8,2014
Aviation News

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — A senior official at an organization representing the majority of airlines worldwide said Tuesday there is no specific timetable for implementing new tracking recommendations following the disappearance of a Malaysian aircraft with 239 people aboard in March. Discussions about real-time tracking and airline safety have featured

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Clay Lacy Donates Iconic Business Jets to L.A.-Based Aviation School

opshanoiJun 8,2014
Aviation News

(Van Nuys, Calif. – June 5, 2014) Veteran pilot and business aviation pioneer Clay Lacy has donated two retired corporate jets—a Learjet 24 and Gulfstream GIISP—to heighten training opportunities for students enrolled in a leading aircraft mechanics school at Van Nuys Airport. Operated by the Los Angeles Unified School District’s

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Da Nang Attraction

opshanoiJun 8,2014
Travel Information

Da Nang was the landing point of both the French and the Americans during their stints in Vietnam. When the French established a garrison in Da Nang (then called Tourane), more soldiers died from disease than the associated fighting in establishing the garrison. There is now a small cemetery dedicated

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