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Airborne 08.15.18: Bell 525 Milestone, Parker Solar Probe, NIMBY Nonsense
Fri, Aug 17,2018 09:32:49PM EST
Also: Aerion Supersonic, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, Australia GA Maintenance, Flight Training Legislation The Bell 525 Relentless program is closing in on an anticipated 2019 certification, as yet another milestone was completed as part of a series of rigorous test protocols. The Bell 525 program recently completed hot weather testing in Yuma, Arizona at temperatures up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit as well as high altitude operations to density altitudes of 14,000 feet. “We successfully completed hot weather testing last week in yuma, arizona,” said Troy Caudill, Chief Test Pilot, Bell 525 Program. “The aircraft performed very well and we are gathering test data for certification.” NASA’s Parker Solar Probe launched Sunday to begin its journey to the Sun. The spacecraft will transmit its first science observations in December. Roughly the size of a small car, the spacecraft lifted off at 3:31 a.m. EDT on a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket from Space Launch Complex-37 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. At 5:33 a.m., the mission operations manager reported that the spacecraft was healthy and operating normally. It’s the epitome of NIMBY nonsense and ignorance... Questions have been raised about a skydiving operation by a community group which wrongfully claimed that skydiving aircraft may be interfering with efforts to fight the Holy Fire in the Cleveland National Forest. The FAA initiated an investigation after the aero-ignorant group, which runs a social media page named "What's Up Lake Elsinore,"questioned why Skydive Elsinore was operating while firefighting aircraft were scooping water out of the lake to fight the 22,000-acre wildfire. But FAA spokesman Ian Gregor reported that a Cal Fire captain said the skydiving flights were not interfering with the firefighting effort. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 08.14.18: Wing Delivery, Pilot Unions, Drones Herd Birds
Fri, Aug 17,2018 09:32:12PM EST
Also: Cyberhawk, Oceans Unmanned, VerdeGo Aero, Swift Engineering A pioneering commercial BVLOS delivery by drone brought ice cream to a two-year-old in a demonstration conducted in Virginia by Alphabet's Wing. The delivery flight covered 1.4 miles, and arrived within eight minutes from the time the order was completed by the mom of the lucky toddler. It was conducted under new rules that allow some states and other government entities to experiment with BVLOS drone flights put in place last year. Among those in attendance at the demonstration was Earl Lawrence, director of the FAA's UAS Integration Office. “You did see something historic today,” Lawrence said. “They can share the fact that the U.S. does have package delivery in its future.” dvancements in unmanned technology and the possibility that actual pilots may be minimized, as a result, is creating some turbulence among airline professionals. During the 64th Air Safety Forum, hosted by ALPA, the unions representing pilots of nearly 50 commercial airlines joined together to voice their opposition to a 'dangerous'set of provisions that were added to the FAA reauthorization bill passed earlier this year by the U.S. House of Representatives. The verbiage would authorize a new FAA research and development program in support of single-pilot all-cargo operations utilizing remote-piloting or computer-piloting technology. Manned aircraft may find something else to appreciate from recent adaptations in unmanned technology. Engineers at Caltech have developed a new control algorithm that enables a single drone to herd an entire flock of birds away from an airport. The project was inspired after US Airways Flight 1549 struck a flock of geese shortly after takeoff and pilots Chesley Sullenberger and Jeffrey Skiles were forced to land in the Hudson River. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

AMA Drone Report 08.16.18: Model Av Politics, MultiGP Int'l, Drone Chute
Fri, Aug 17,2018 09:32:00PM EST
Also: Illinois Drone Rules, San Diego FD, 2018 UAS Summit & Expo, Drone Ops over DOD Facilities The aero-political scene remains active and a bit frustrating but AMA remains an active participant in important model aviation issues. AMA tells us that, “The AMA Government Affairs team has been working persistently with lawmakers this year to ensure our hobby is protected in FAA reauthorization legislation. The Senate’s August recess gave our team a few days to adjust our strategy towards preserving Section 336 and to address some state and local concerns.” The largest professional drone racing league in the world hosted the biggest drone sports gathering in history last week. The 2nd annual MultiGP International Open took place Aug. 8-12 at the Academy of Model Aeronautics headquarters in Muncie, Indiana, USA. The week long event attracted the best pilots from all over the world including the U.S., Canada, Latin and South America, Europe, Korea, China, New Zealand & Australia. “Drone racing is the newest brother of E-Sports, it is the sport of the future”, says Chris Thomas, CEO and Founder of the MultiGP Drone Racing League. A crowdfunding campaign has been launched for the development of a drone parachute system that its designer hopes will lead to approval of flights over people. Indemnis has already exceeded its stated fundraising goal and is developing "complete solution (hardware + services) for businesses to fly commercial-sized drones over populated areas."The system has been developed in response to public concerns over injury, adding the necessary measure of “just in case” safety. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

AMA Drone Report 08.16.18: Model Av Politics, MultiGP Int'l, Drone Chute
Fri, Aug 17,2018 09:31:56PM EST
Also: Illinois Drone Rules, San Diego FD, 2018 UAS Summit & Expo, Drone Ops over DOD Facilities The aero-political scene remains active and a bit frustrating but AMA remains an active participant in important model aviation issues. AMA tells us that, “The AMA Government Affairs team has been working persistently with lawmakers this year to ensure our hobby is protected in FAA reauthorization legislation. The Senate’s August recess gave our team a few days to adjust our strategy towards preserving Section 336 and to address some state and local concerns.” The largest professional drone racing league in the world hosted the biggest drone sports gathering in history last week. The 2nd annual MultiGP International Open took place Aug. 8-12 at the Academy of Model Aeronautics headquarters in Muncie, Indiana, USA. The week long event attracted the best pilots from all over the world including the U.S., Canada, Latin and South America, Europe, Korea, China, New Zealand & Australia. “Drone racing is the newest brother of E-Sports, it is the sport of the future”, says Chris Thomas, CEO and Founder of the MultiGP Drone Racing League. A crowdfunding campaign has been launched for the development of a drone parachute system that its designer hopes will lead to approval of flights over people. Indemnis has already exceeded its stated fundraising goal and is developing "complete solution (hardware + services) for businesses to fly commercial-sized drones over populated areas."The system has been developed in response to public concerns over injury, adding the necessary measure of “just in case” safety. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

It's ALIVE! 2018 AirVenture Innovation Preview Program Now Available
Fri, Aug 17,2018 09:31:45PM EST
Get The Inside Details On THE Most Exciting NEW Innovations And Product Announcements From OSHKOSH 2018... The staff of EAA and the Aero-News Network were pleased to release the latest in a series of novel Aero-TV/Airborne programs designed to draw attention to the most innovative and aggressively oriented companies in the aviation universe -- and most particularly, those with REAL news to impart at AirVenture 2018. ANN and EAA have joined together again to present the highly successful "AirVenture Innovation Preview,"(which we call the "AIP", for short), to highlight the incredibly innovative and news-making products that provide the 'BUZZ factor'at AirVenture 2018. Not only have we got the BUZZ nailed down, you can see it for yourself RIGHT NOW… and have been able to do so since several hours before the AirVenture gates were officially opened.

Airborne 08.17.18: Best SportPlanes, FAA Killing HIWAS?, New Blue Angel Planes
Fri, Aug 17,2018 09:31:15PM EST
Also: CTS First PW2000, Hypersonic Weapon Contract, Nat'l Airspace System Book, Alaska Accident In light of the increasing use of questionable marketing and some deceptive tactics by companies like Icon Aircraft and Cirrus, ANN has attempted to cut through the fog and list companies and aircraft we feel comfortable in recommending to our readers and viewers. This year, we’re pleased to report a solid and growing list of great planes and companies that deserve your consideration, and that we’re also attempting to ease your chores by adding an ‘Integrity rating” to our evaluation process to indicate the confidence we have in the data and companies we evaluate. The FAA is requesting public comment on the agency's proposal to discontinue the Hazardous Inflight Weather Advisory Service (HIWAS). According to the Federal Register, Hazardous Inflight Weather Advisory Service (HIWAS) is a continuous broadcast of weather advisories over a limited nationwide network of VORs that provide pilots with meteorological information relating to hazardous weather. The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded a contract valued at $17 million to Boeing for 11 new aircraft for the Blue Angels. The order is for the retrofit documentation and kits to convert nine F/A-18E and two F/A-18F Super Hornets into a Blue Angel configuration. Work will be performed in St. Louis, Missouri, and is expected to be completed in December 2021. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 08.17.18: Best SportPlanes, FAA Killing HIWAS?, New Blue Angel Planes
Fri, Aug 17,2018 09:30:49PM EST
Also: CTS First PW2000, Hypersonic Weapon Contract, Nat'l Airspace System Book, Alaska Accident In light of the increasing use of questionable marketing and some deceptive tactics by companies like Icon Aircraft and Cirrus, ANN has attempted to cut through the fog and list companies and aircraft we feel comfortable in recommending to our readers and viewers. This year, we’re pleased to report a solid and growing list of great planes and companies that deserve your consideration, and that we’re also attempting to ease your chores by adding an ‘Integrity rating” to our evaluation process to indicate the confidence we have in the data and companies we evaluate. The FAA is requesting public comment on the agency's proposal to discontinue the Hazardous Inflight Weather Advisory Service (HIWAS). According to the Federal Register, Hazardous Inflight Weather Advisory Service (HIWAS) is a continuous broadcast of weather advisories over a limited nationwide network of VORs that provide pilots with meteorological information relating to hazardous weather. The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded a contract valued at $17 million to Boeing for 11 new aircraft for the Blue Angels. The order is for the retrofit documentation and kits to convert nine F/A-18E and two F/A-18F Super Hornets into a Blue Angel configuration. Work will be performed in St. Louis, Missouri, and is expected to be completed in December 2021. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

NTSB Releases Preliminary Report From Propeller Strike Accident
Fri, Aug 17,2018 10:36:36AM EST
Pilot Was Performing A Pre-Flight Inspection Of An Airplane Flown Earlier That Day The NTSB has released a preliminary report from an accident which occurred on July 26th that fatally injured a pilot who was performing a pre-flight inspection on an C182 airplane at Cleveland Regional Jetport (KRZR) in Cleveland, TN.

Sun Flyer 2 On The Road To Certification
Fri, Aug 17,2018 10:35:52AM EST
As Battery Technologies Evolve, George Bye Explains How Those Advances Positively Impact The Electric Aviation Sun Flyer 2 made quite a splash at AirVenture 2017, and Bye Aerospace was back at Oshkosh this year to provide an update on the electric-powered airplane.

Goodyear's Wingfoot Lake Blimp Hangar Makes History
Fri, Aug 17,2018 10:35:02AM EST
Century-Old Hangar Designated An Historic Ohio Landmark The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company's blimp hangar at Wingfoot Lake in Suffield, Ohio, was officially recognized as a prominent Ohio landmark with the unveiling of an Ohio Historical Marker at the facility on Thursday.

F-35 Mapping Event Sets Course For Better Organic Supply Chain Management
Fri, Aug 17,2018 10:34:20AM EST
Navy Team Travels To Air Force Sustainment Center For Full Week Of Discussions With the greatest fighter aircraft of modern times comes enormous responsibility. A team from the F-35 Integrated Weapon Systems Team (IWST) at Naval Supply Systems Command Weapon Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS) recently made a trip to Hill Air Force Base in Utah, July 16-20, to map out a course for F-35 future sustainment and supply chain management.

Southwest Airlines Updates Service Animal Policies
Fri, Aug 17,2018 10:33:33AM EST
Changes Will Go Into Effect On September 17 To Provide Clearer Guidelines For Customers Southwest Airlines has announced changes to its policies for trained service and emotional support animals. The changes are designed to provide clearer guidance to Customers traveling with service animals and will go into effect on Monday, September 17.

Hawaiian Airlines Celebrates Launch Of All-Cargo Neighbor Island Service
Fri, Aug 17,2018 10:32:45AM EST
Using ATR-72 Cargo Aircraft For Disaster Relief Flights Hawaiian Airlines has launched an all-cargo service between Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL), Lihue Airport (LIH) and Hilo International Airport (ITO) by transporting construction and household supplies to support disaster relief projects in Hanalei on Kauai and Puna on the Island of Hawaii.

Students Digging Into Data Archive Spot Mysterious X-Ray Source
Fri, Aug 17,2018 10:24:46AM EST
Analyzing Information Collected By XMM-Newton Spacecraft An enigmatic X-ray source revealed as part of a data-mining project for high-school students shows unexplored avenues hidden in the vast archive of ESA’s XMM-Newton X-ray Observatory.

Student Experiments Soar With Early Morning Launch From Wallops
Fri, Aug 17,2018 10:15:56AM EST
About 100 Students Witness Suborbital Sounding Rocket Launch Approximately 100 undergraduate university and community college students from across the United States were on hand to witness the launch of their experiments and technology demonstration projects on a NASA suborbital rocket at 6:13 a.m., Aug. 14, from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility.

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