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Briefing June 2014 Issue

Briefing: June 2014

NOTAMS

FAA has delayed for a year the implementation of new rules regarding helicopter operations...The first officer has retired and the captain is back at work after they landed their Southwest flight at the wrong airport in January...FAA says the hardware for its ADS-B system is now installed nationwide, but won’t be fully operational till 2019...The first official UAS test site, in North Dakota, is now up and running...Eight skydivers died in a crash in Finland...Solar Impulse 2, a solar-powered electric aircraft designed to circle the globe, was unveiled in Switzerland...A mysterious delta-wing aircraft has been reported flying above Texas...A California teenager stowed away in the wheel well of a 767 and survived the flight to Hawaii...Breaking news in general aviation can be found at www.avweb.com.

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