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Marie Wagener

Member Since: Jan 8, 2020
Posts: 11
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New Hampton, NH
Trinidad s/n 1758
Manheim, PA
Trinidad s/n 869
Faringdon, United Kingdom
Tobago s/n 772
Essen, Germany
Tobago s/n 1097
Sarasota, FL
Tampico s/n 1350
Newton, NC
Tobago s/n 652

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This site is dedicated to providing information and support on Socata's TB range of general aviation aircraft.

The primary mission of the Group is to provide members with information and assistance that will help keep Socata-built airplanes flying - safely and affordably, and to provide a forum for Socata pilots to discuss issues that effect them.

Here you will find the latest information on the TB fleet, user information and stories and pictures of users with their aircraft as well as a gateway to the "members only" message board where you can exchange tips and information with other TB Users.

Aviation News


NORAD Tracks ‘Hobbyist' Balloon Over Utah

The Department of Defense said the balloon that was being tracked and intercepted over Utah on Friday was identified as a hobbyist balloon, according to a new report from CBS News.  The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), responsible for air defense over the United States and Canada, began tracking the balloon Friday as it crossed over […] The post NORAD Tracks ‘Hobbyist' Balloon Over Utah appeared first on AVweb.

United Expands Training Base

On Thursday, United Airlines celebrated the opening of its new 150,000-square-foot facility at its Flight Training Center in Denver—expanding on what the airline calls the largest training center of its kind.     The new building allows for significant expansion, accommodating an additional 12 advanced full-motion flight simulators, six of which have already been installed. Additionally, it will allow […] The post United Expands Training Base appeared first on AVweb.

Flight Training Getting Safer

A new report conducted by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Air Safety Institute and Liberty University School of Aeronautics indicates flight training is getting safer with a near 50 decrease in fatal accidents over the last two decades.  Examining data from 2000-2019, the study showed 287 fatal flight training accidents. Parameters were focused on fatal accidents […] The post Flight Training Getting Safer appeared first on AVweb.

Coalition Formed To Tighten Aviation Supply

Aerospace leaders in the United States and Europe have joined forces to establish a coalition aimed at preventing unauthorized parts from entering the global supply chain in an effort to improve its overall integrity. The newly formed group, Aviation Supply Chain Integrity Coalition, was announced in a Feb. 22 press release and includes senior representatives from American Airlines, […] The post Coalition Formed To Tighten Aviation Supply appeared first on AVweb.

NBAA Pushes Back On ‘An Audit In Search Of A Problem'

The National Business Aviation Association is questioning the Internal Revenue's announcement this week that it plans to begin “dozens” of audits involving U.S. business aircraft use. The association notes that, as with any asset, corporate entities that use business aircraft are expected to comply with appropriate Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rules and federal tax […] The post NBAA Pushes Back On ‘An Audit In Search Of A Problem' appeared first on AVweb.

Aviation Safety

Bypassing The Alternate

‘Taking a look' at your destination's weather conditions works best when you're proficient and well-rested.  The post Bypassing The Alternate appeared first on Aviation Safety.

NTSB Accident Reports – March 2024

A monthly summary of recently published NTSB preliminary accident reports involving general aviation and air carrier aircraft. The post NTSB Accident Reports – March 2024 appeared first on Aviation Safety.

A Nordo Non-Event

This pilot lost voice communication with ATC, IFR, while entering Class C airspace, highlighting the value of writing things down. The post A Nordo Non-Event appeared first on Aviation Safety.

Behind The Airplane?

Getting and staying ahead of even the fastest airplane is simply a matter of planning, practice and, well, aggression.  The post Behind The Airplane? appeared first on Aviation Safety.

The Minimum Operational Network Of Navaids

There may come a day when GPS is not available, either regionally or worldwide. The fallback is a minimal VOR/ILS network. The post The Minimum Operational Network Of Navaids appeared first on Aviation Safety.