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- http://www.pilotnet.co.uk Link to the aviation portal of pilotnet for large array of aviation resources.
- www.atac.ca Site of the Air Transport Association of Canada
- Aviation Aspirations Well worth a look...
- http://www.icao.org Site of the International Civil Aviation Organization. Sets International Standards and recommended practices for all areas of of civil aviation including airworthiness, air navigation, traffic control and pilot licensing.
- Civil Aviation Authority (UK) Plenty of information from the UK aviation regulatory body.
- Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand Similar information, different country
- http://www.faa.gov US Federal Aviation Authority site.
- Database of aviation related sites. The main subject heading page has 36 categories to choose from, with a multitude of sites under each one. Hours of fun here!
- AOPA Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association site
http://www.sportflyer.com A huge list of aviation sites aimed primarily at Fun Flyers
http://www.avweb.com A magazine style site, articles by top aviation writers, searchable databases. Subscription is free.
- Canada Cargo
- http://www.2aps.com Distributors of all sorts of aircraft parts and supplies
- http://www.aviationbookcompany.com Huge online catalogue for pilots book needs.
- Site of the Popular Flying Association(UK).
Dassault proceeds with caution over Falcon 7X re-entry
Dassault Aviation is still proceeding with caution over the re-entry into passenger service of its Falcon 7X business jet.
This is despite Dassault's confidence its ongoing investigation into the pitch trim fault that grounded the 7X fleet will eliminate any remaining uncertainties.
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