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Aviation Week - One important – but sometimes overlooked – aspect of creating a safe and high-quality maintenance operation is ensuring all technicians have a strong sense of moving along an attractive and professional career path. Just connect the dots: an employee's performance is tied directly to his or her level of engagement in their job – and engagement is linked closely to professional development and growth.

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New aviation technologies can provide a variety of solutions that can directly and indirectly address safety issues related to worldwide civil helicopter operations. In addition, the targeted use of enhanced aviation systems in the cockpit can contribute to accident prevention and an increase in accident survivability.

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Fort Worth, Texas - Bell Helicopter has approved HNZ Topflight (HNZ) as an Approved Flight Training Center for the purpose of offering Mountain Flight Training Courses on Bell Helicopter models.

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The U.S. Congress remains in recess for two more weeks until after the November 4 mid-term elections. While the lights have been out in the Capitol, some lawmakers have been busy holding hearings on the need for additional travel restrictions due to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, and House and Senate leadership are beginning to sketch out the congressional calendar during the lame-duck session and into the new year.

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Finmeccanica – AgustaWestland is pleased to announce that Beijing Automotive Industrial Corporation (BAIC) of China has signed a multi-year contract for the purchase of 50 AgustaWestland helicopters of various models, including AW139, AW169, and AW189.

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The FAA has published Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) Revision: 8 for Bell 212/412 aircraft.

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Marignane, France – Airbus Helicopters is working alongside operators of its EC225 and EC725 aircraft to implement the final step of its proven solution: the retrofit of the worldwide EC225/EC725 fleet with the redesigned bevel gear vertical shaft, which was certified in April of this year.

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Custom Control Concepts (CCC) announces that Ed Ruyle has joined as Director of Customer Support. Ed comes to CCC with 15 years of experience in the aviation industry at Honeywell Aerospace.

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The FAA has issued a NOTAM for temporary flight restrictions in the Philadelphia, Pa., area for October 24. Remember, always get an updated briefing immediately prior to departure.

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The HAI Firefighting Safety Conference, Nov. 17-19, Grove Hotel, Boise, Idaho, covers operational and flight safety issues faced by aerial firefighters. Come and support YOUR sector!

There are TWO sponsorship opportunities left. Sponsors receive recognition at the conference as well as the opportunity to exhibit, so act now!

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