In the “A4A Calls On U.S. DOT TO Redefine ‘Service Animal’” story published in the Aug. 21 Aviation Daily, the U.S. House of Representatives were misidentified. They are Reps. Earl Blumenauer (D-Oregon) and Thomas Massie (R-Kentucky).
The Aug. 9 story headlined “South Korean SRBM Capable Of Pull-Up Maneuver” should have said that the North Korean KN-23 missile first appeared in February 2018.
Misstated information in the the DHS Warns of Hacking Vulnerability to Aircraft Avionics story in the August 7 Aviation Daily
The Air Italy story published in the July 17 Aviation Daily misstated the shareholder make-up of the airline.
A story in the Dec. 19 issue of the DAILY should have said that Japan budgeted for two KC-46As in fiscal 2016-18.
An article in Aviation Daily dated Sept. 18 incorrectly stated when ANA will begin operating its first A380
In the July 2 story entitled In Founder’s Second Act, Lee Aerospace Growing, a company official said that the business aircaft industry, rather than the company, hasn’t returned to where it was back in 2008 before the economic downturn.