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Founded in 1946, Mid Island Air Service has been providing flight instruction, training, aircraft rentals, sales and maintenance to serve the needs of all Long Island aviators. Our NATA Safety First line service, provides corporate, business and private pilots and passengers with the same professional and personal service that has been the trademark of Mid Island Air Service, Inc. for over 67 years.

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GKN CAPS 2019 WITH STRONGER SALES, NEW BIZAV CONTRACTS

Aviation International News | March 09, 2020

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UK-headquartered aerostructures, components, and systems provider GKN Aerospace reported a 7 percent increase in sales in 2019 and a jump on future business with a couple of key contracts, including from Gulfstream Aerospace and Aerion Supersonic. At the same time, GKN said it anticipates some negative impact in 2020 related to the COVID-19 outbreak. GKN Aerospace brought in £3.852 billion ($5.03 billion) in revenue and posted a profit of £409 million for the year, exceeding expectat...

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United Airlines | August 12, 2020

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United Airlines is making a play for Florida this fall and winter, a bet that sun-seekers from northern states will become a bright spot for the carrier as it faces a bleak outlook for international and corporate travel because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Chicago-based airline said Wednesday that it plans to add up to 28 nonstop flights to the Sunshine State from northern cities to four Florida airports. Flights from New York’s LaGuardia Airport, Boston and Cleveland to Florida cities...

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TEXTRON AVIATION ANNOUNCES FIRST SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT OF TWIN UTILITY TURBOPROP, CESSNA SKYCOURIER

Textron Aviation | May 18, 2020

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First Cessna SkyCourier twin utility turboprop takes flight. The milestone flight is a significant step toward entry into service for the clean-sheet aircraft.

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    Delta Air Lines | February 11, 2021

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    Delta Air Lines is growing its facial recognition technology to domestic flights at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, as per Fox News. Delta previously introduced the technology in 2018 at its base camp at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Detroit is one of its hubs, acquired when Delta bought Northwest Airlines in 2008. Facial recognition isn't required nor for everybody. Given in association the Transportation Security Administration (...

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    GKN CAPS 2019 WITH STRONGER SALES, NEW BIZAV CONTRACTS

    Aviation International News | March 09, 2020

    UK-headquartered aerostructures, components, and systems provider GKN Aerospace reported a 7 percent increase in sales in 2019 and a jump on future business with a couple of key contracts, including from Gulfstream Aerospace and Aerion Supersonic. At the same time, GKN said it anticipates some negative impact in 2020 related to the COVID-19 outbreak. GKN Aerospace brought in £3.852 billion ($5.03 billion) in revenue and posted a profit of £409 million for the year, exceeding expectat...

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    UNITED BETS ON SUN-SEEKERS WITH NEW FLORIDA FLIGHTS

    United Airlines | August 12, 2020

    United Airlines is making a play for Florida this fall and winter, a bet that sun-seekers from northern states will become a bright spot for the carrier as it faces a bleak outlook for international and corporate travel because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Chicago-based airline said Wednesday that it plans to add up to 28 nonstop flights to the Sunshine State from northern cities to four Florida airports. Flights from New York’s LaGuardia Airport, Boston and Cleveland to Florida cities...

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    TEXTRON AVIATION ANNOUNCES FIRST SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT OF TWIN UTILITY TURBOPROP, CESSNA SKYCOURIER

    Textron Aviation | May 18, 2020

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  • Read More
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    DELTA AIR LINES EXPANDS FACIAL RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY AT DETROIT METROPOLITAN WAYNE COUNTY AIRPORT

    Delta Air Lines | February 11, 2021

    Delta Air Lines is growing its facial recognition technology to domestic flights at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, as per Fox News. Delta previously introduced the technology in 2018 at its base camp at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Detroit is one of its hubs, acquired when Delta bought Northwest Airlines in 2008. Facial recognition isn't required nor for everybody. Given in association the Transportation Security Administration (...

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