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domain-b.com - The European Commission, the executive arm of the European Union (E.U.), will sign a partnership agreement with major air traffic management (ATM) stakeholders to provide up to €3 billion ($3.7 billion) in funding in order to modernise Europe's ATM system.

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The FAA has issued a NOTAM for temporary flight restrictions in the New York, N.Y., area for December 10-11. Remember, always get an updated briefing immediately prior to departure.

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As the clock winds down, lawmakers on Capitol Hill are trying to finish legislative business as time runs out. A U.S. government funding bill must pass before Dec. 11 to avoid a government shutdown.

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Fort Worth, Texas - Bell Helicopter announces the successful demonstration of forward-firing capability for the Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey. The exercise took place in November at the United States Army Proving Ground in Yuma, Ariz.

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Stratford, Conn. - India's Navy has selected Sikorsky to fulfill the service's Multi-Role Helicopter requirement for anti-submarine and anti-surface warfare, among other maritime roles. Negotiations will now begin to procure 16 S-70B SEAHAWK helicopters, with an option for eight additional aircraft.

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South Georgia (oxfordmail.co.uk) - Two helicopter engineers are flying to a remote Atlantic island to lend their expertise to the world's largest rat cull. The expedition is part of an international effort led by Dundee University to wipe out the Norwegian Brown Rat, which is decimating the island's bird population.

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New Zealand (stuff.co.nz) - Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's a team of hydrologists checking on the state of the region's coastal lakes. Staff from Horizons Regional Council took to the air this month to trial helicopter-assisted monitoring of lakes in their patch.

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Washington (Sputnik) – The United States may seek Russia's assistance in Afghan helicopter maintenance, despite recent U.S. policy to stop any military cooperation with Russia, the U.S. National Defense Authorization Act for 2015 says.

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cordis.europa.eu - For decades, flying cars have featured in our visions of what futuristic cities might look like. Now, E.U.-funded researchers with the MYCOPTER project have developed a steering system that makes helicopters as easy to control as cars...

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famagusta-gazette.com - On board the Mi-8 helicopter, which crashed in Russia's Nenets Autonomous District, were seven people, the local police department reported on Dec. 7.

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