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New hope for disabled pilot

For almost a year now, John H. Robinson has driven from Charlotte on Tuesday and Thursday nights to meet with a group of experimental aircraft pilots who have become some of his best friends. “I’m just worried,” Robinson says. “How am I ever going to thank these guys?” Because of a spinal cord injury he …

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UK aerospace industry issues warning over lack of Brexit trade deal

  Britain’s aerospace exporters will warn parliament on Monday of a crippling £1.5bn-a-year headwind if ministers fail to agree on urgent new customs and regulatory deals with the EU. Adding to pressure for the government to come clean about its long-term Brexit strategy, the industry will also provide written evidence to …

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Island Aviation to launch seaplane operation with Kodiak 100s

Island Aviation Services, the parent company of Indian Ocean carrier Maldivian, is establishing a seaplane operation in the Maldives with a fleet of Quest Kodiak 100 single-engined turboprops. The venture, branded Sky Atoll Private, is designed to tap into increased demand for transport from the archipelago’s tourist industry. The Malé-headquartered company has placed …

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