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Sun, Sep 25,2016 07:25:48PM EST
The Association Continues To Grow And Engage Flying Enthusiasts EAA has reached a major milestone, as the association has surpassed 200,000 members. It appears that more and more pilots are finding EAA represents their kind of flying more than ever before.
Sun, Sep 25,2016 05:22:57PM EST
Klyde Can't Miss The 'TSA Obnoxious Olympics'FMI: www.klydemorris.com
Sun, Sep 25,2016 12:21:20AM EST
Also: Zenith Open Hangar Days, KSMO Nonsense, Recalled Devices, Piper M600, 800th TBM, NASAO, Commercial Space The pilot of the last piston airplane based at San Francisco International Airport has sued the airport, claiming he is being pressured to move his Cessna 182 to a new home base. Courthouse News Service reports that Robert Reinheimer says in his suit that his flight privileges were illegally suspended by then-airport director John Martin for alleged safety violations. Those allegations were determined to be unfounded by the FAA. However, it’s reported that Reinheimer was not notified by the airport that the charges had been dismissed by the agency, and Martin did not respond to his request to have his privileges reinstated. Legal wrangling in a drone shootdown incident may set a national precedent. A judge is expected to determine which court should hear the case involving a drone that was shot down in Kentucky. The owner of the drone is David Boggs, whose neighbor, William Merideth,admits to shooting down Boggs'$1,800 drone. Merideth has gone so far as to dub himself the "Droneslayer."EAA is honoring five new inductees into their Sport Aviation Halls of Fame at a dinner ceremony on November 10, in the Founders’ Wing of the EAA AirVenture Museum. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!
Sat, Sep 24,2016 06:35:08PM EST
"At this stage of the investigation, preliminary review of the data and debris suggests that a large breach in the cryogenic helium system of the second stage liquid oxygen tank took place. All plausible causes are being tracked in an extensive fault tree and carefully investigated. Through the fault tree and data review process, we have exonerated any connection with last year’s CRS-7 mishap."Source: From a SpaceX update concerning their investigation into the loss of a Falcon 9, its AMOS-6 payload and the resulting damage to the launch facility.
Sat, Sep 24,2016 06:31:32PM EST
'Anomaly'Resulted In Loss of Rocket, Payload and Extensive Launch Complex Damage As promised, SpaceX is starting to reveal details of their investigation into the catastrophic loss of a Falcon 9, its payload and other damage to the launch complex. According to SpaceX, "Three weeks ago, SpaceX experienced an anomaly at our Launch Complex 40 (LC-40) at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. This resulted in the loss of one of our Falcon 9 rockets and its payload. The Accident Investigation Team (AIT), composed of SpaceX, the FAA, NASA, the U.S. Air Force, and industry experts, are currently scouring through approximately 3,000 channels of engineering data along with video, audio and imagery. The timeline of the event is extremely short – from first signs of an anomaly to loss of data is about 93 milliseconds or less than 1/10th of a second. The majority of debris from the incident has been recovered, photographed, labeled and catalogued, and is now in a hangar for inspection and use during the investigation."
Sat, Sep 24,2016 06:13:31PM EST
"Amassing four million flight hours is a testament to the reliability of RPA systems that are designed, built, and maintained by a dedicated group of skilled and innovative professionals. We are proud of our fleet's contributions in providing round-the-clock ISR capabilities for our customers worldwide."Source: Linden Blue, CEO, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc., commenting as the Predator-series family of aircraft, including MQ-1 Predator, MQ-9 Reaper, and MQ-1C Gray Eagle, achieved a historic industry milestone: four million flight hours. The milestone was crossed on August 7th, with 291,331 total missions completed and 90% of all missions flown in combat.
Sat, Sep 24,2016 06:10:17PM EST
Downburst A strong downdraft which induces an outburst of damaging winds on or near the ground. Damaging winds, either straight or curved, are highly divergent. The sizes of downbursts vary from 1/2 mile or less to more than 10 miles. An intense downburst often causes widespread damage. Damaging winds, lasting 5 to 30 minutes, could reach speeds as high as 120 knots.
Sat, Sep 24,2016 06:08:19PM EST
Discrete Code As used in the Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System (ATCRBS), any one of the 4096 selectable Mode 3/A aircraft transponder codes except those ending in zero zero; e.g., discrete codes: 0010, 1201, 2317, 7777; nondiscrete codes: 0100, 1200, 7700. Nondiscrete codes are normally reserved for radar facilities that are not equipped with discrete decoding capability and for other purposes such as emergencies (7700), VFR aircraft (1200), etc.
Sat, Sep 24,2016 06:05:26PM EST
Aero Linx: The Regional Airline Association (RAA) The Regional Airline Association (RAA) provides a unified voice of advocacy for North American regional airlines aimed at promoting a safe, reliable, and robust regional airline industry. The RAA serves as an important support network connecting regional airlines, industry business partners, and government regulators in bolstering the industry; as well as promoting regional airline interests in a changing business and policy environment.
Sat, Sep 24,2016 06:03:54PM EST
Aero Linx: International Aviation Services Organization (IASO) International Aviation Services Organization (IASO) is a non-government organization, Ground Handling Industry Leader and forum for consultation on industry issues for all aviation services companies worldwide. The organization is registered in Sweden and Montreal, Canada with its operational HQ in Dubai. There are two sub-organizations that fall under the umbrella of IASO – IFSO (International Fuel Services Organization) and IHAO (International Handling Aviation Organization). The main objective of IASO is to organize, educate, and improve the aviation services industry through collaboration, using best business practices and speaking with one voice for all service providers to ensure credible representation for all IASO industry members.
Sat, Sep 24,2016 04:57:02PM EST
There's A Lot To Like On ANN's Latest Social Media Site We all know how important Social Media is to a lot of people, particularly those under 30. We also know how important those folks are to the future of aviation. In so many forums and at so many events, we talk about how to attract the next generation of pilots, mechanics, and enthusiasts to our industry, and social media is certainly critical to getting the message out to those who practically live online.
Sat, Sep 24,2016 04:56:32PM EST
Engaging The Aviation World's Pivotal Organizations, Interests And Viewpoints The Airborne Partnership Initiative, we call it the API, is a plan developed by ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, to build a synergistic, industry-wide, aviation/aerospace news program. Our aim is to grow this program to include a significant portion, if not a majority, of the aviation world’s pivotal organizations, interests, and viewpoints.
Fri, Sep 23,2016 10:40:50PM EST
Also: Solo Circumnavigation, Redbird Migration, Hartzell Propeller, WACO Air Museum, Corporate Angel, Legion Pod, Delta Compensation Last week two fixed base operations located on Santa Monica Airport in California were given 30 day notices of eviction. The city is taking over the operations in its continuing efforts to close the airport, or at least put it out of business. One of the FBOs, Atlantic Aviation, filed a complaint with the FAA. In a letter to the FAA, National Air Transportation Association President, Martin Hiller, called upon the agency to act immediately on the complaint filed last week by Atlantic Aviation over the City of Santa Monica’s proposal to replace Atlantic with a proprietary FBO. Masten Space Systems has introduced two new rockets designed and built on the success of their predecessors which are the Xombie, Xoie, and Xaero. On its blog, the company says it is bringing greater capability and more flexibility to better to serve its partners with the new rockets. It’s not unusual to hear about aviation projects that get behind schedule, but this seems not to be the case with Sikorsky. Sikorsky executives say that they may be able to compress the delivery timeline on its new Combat Rescue Helicopter by six months. It’s reported that Sikorsky’s defense division said early delivery is not only possible, but likely. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!
Fri, Sep 23,2016 10:40:36PM EST
Also: Zenith Open Hangar Days, KSMO Nonsense, Recalled Devices, Piper M600, 800th TBM, NASAO, Commercial Space The pilot of the last piston airplane based at San Francisco International Airport has sued the airport, claiming he is being pressured to move his Cessna 182 to a new home base. Courthouse News Service reports that Robert Reinheimer says in his suit that his flight privileges were illegally suspended by then-airport director John Martin for alleged safety violations. Those allegations were determined to be unfounded by the FAA. However, it’s reported that Reinheimer was not notified by the airport that the charges had been dismissed by the agency, and Martin did not respond to his request to have his privileges reinstated. Legal wrangling in a drone shootdown incident may set a national precedent. A judge is expected to determine which court should hear the case involving a drone that was shot down in Kentucky. The owner of the drone is David Boggs, whose neighbor, William Merideth, admits to shooting down Boggs'$1,800 drone. Merideth has gone so far as to dub himself the "Droneslayer."EAA is honoring five new inductees into their Sport Aviation Halls of Fame at a dinner ceremony on November 10, in the Founders’ Wing of the EAA AirVenture Museum. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!
Fri, Sep 23,2016 12:20:45PM EST
Offers Multiple Engineering Services To Operators Of The Aircraft MRO service provider FL Technics has further expanded the range of its Continuous Airworthiness Management capabilities by adding Airbus A330 aircraft type to its EASA Part M approval.
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