Kirby Harrison

Kirby
Harrison
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Florence Causes Business Aviation Closures In the Carolinas 
By the time slow-moving Hurricane Florence rolled onto the North Carolina coast near Wrightsville Beach, on Friday, Sept. 14, it had been downgraded from a Category 5 to Category 1, but business aviation from the Georgia border area through North Carolina had already begun preparations for the worst.
Argus Launches Data-driven Pilot Training Program 
Argus International has announced the launch of its Second in Command (SIC) Gateway Program, a data-driven approach to pilot training to enhance safety and performance.
The EnergyPod Beats a Nap At The Desk 
Life can be exhausting, whether you’re spending the day in a cockpit or hours in the rain on the flight line, but a company called MetroNaps has a solution: the EnergyPod.
New Weather App Projects A Clearer Picture 
Pilot Paxton Calvanese has invented a “totally different” way to look at weather, using the new Wx24Pilot Version 5.5 of the app he describes as a data mining tool for aviation weather.
King Aerospace Sees Strong Growth At 25th Anniversary 
Business aviation can be a bumpy ride, but business at King Aerospace, which is entering its 25th year, has “never been stronger,” said Jerry King, founder and chairman of the completion, refurbishment and MRO company.
Duncan Plans FAA Safety Management System 
Duncan Aviation is currently working with the Trump administration to develop a Safety Management System for all its operations in Lincoln, Nebraska.
The Private Suite Offers Privacy Plus 
Consulting firm Gavin de Becker & Associates has opened a new private terminal at Los Angeles International Airport to cater to the wealthy and famous.
Labace To Welcome New Aircraft 
The Latin American Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition will debut of a number of new business aircraft to the Latin American market in São Paulo.
ADS-B Workshop Identifies ‘Clear Way Forward’ 
A Workshop on the Implementation of Regulation (EU) No. 1207/2011 regarding ADS-B, its surveillance performance and interoperability, was held in Brussels July 4, with a large number of stakeholders attending and others following it remotely.
NBAA Calls for Further Scrutiny of SMO Appeals Court Ruling 
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has continued its fight to preserve Santa Monica Municipal Airport across two separate but related fronts.
NBAA Calls for Further Scrutiny of SMO Appeals Court Ruling 
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has continued its fight to preserve Santa Monica Municipal Airport across two separate but related fronts.
NBAA Welcomes Legislation To Support General Aviation 
Sens. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) and Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) are co-sponsoring legislation that will help sustain and support the general aviation community.
Aviation Groups Protest ‘Egregious’ FBO Fees 
The AOPA and 11 other aviation groups have issued a statement urging the FAA to act against “egregious hidden fees and denial of affordable access to airport ramp space to park aircraft.”
FAA Rejects AOPA’s Complaint In Key West Airport Ruling 
The FAA’s Southern Region Airports Division has voided the AOPA’s claims that Key West International Airport is in violation of grant assurances.
Medevac Helo Emergency Landing Injures Four In Chicago 
Traffic on Illinois’ I-57 interstate highway came to a near standstill when a medevac helo pilot made an emergency landing in Chicago, injuring four people.
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