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Airborne 01.20.17: Astro-NIMBY!, Airbus Flying Car, JetSuiteX v KSMO
Fri, Jan 20,2017 09:16:08PM EST
Also: Daher Delivers, Aviation Progress, Tecnam P2012, D.B. Cooper, MH370 Search, T-45C Accident, Piper We previously reported that studies indicate many complaints about airport noise come from a few people with a dedicated mission to file the complaints. It seems that one such person has been identified in the Washington DC area. Well known ESA astronaut, Roberto Vittori, moved his family to the Washington DC area where he bought a house in the Hillandale neighborhood north of Georgetown. After moving there, instrument procedures at Ronald Reagan National Airport were changed because of NextGen shift in flight patterns. Vittori claims the noise is now intolerable and he admits to filing some 3,000 complaints since the changes in the flight patterns were implemented. The Airbus Urban Mobility Division may conduct tests of an autonomous "flying car"later this year, according to Airbus CEO Tom Enders. Speaking at a conference in Munich earlier this week, Enders said that the company could fly a single-person concept aircraft by the end of the year. The goal would be to offer either single or multiple-passenger vehicles that could be booked using an Uber-style app. Reuters reports that, while the idea is only in the experimentation phase, Enders said Airbus takes the concept "very seriously."The CEO of JetSuiteX, which will begin operating low-cost scheduled service out of Santa Monica Airport next month, says the city is "illegally attempting to regulate air commerce."Company CEO Alex Wilcox told the Santa Monica Lookout newspaper that Airport Director Stelios Makrides is refusing to process an application for a commercial operating permit at the airport for a hangar lease. Wilcox said his company can start its operation without such a permit, which the city disputes. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 01.20.17: Astro-NIMBY!, Airbus Flying Car, JetSuiteX v KSMO
Fri, Jan 20,2017 07:16:46PM EST
Also: Daher Delivers, Aviation Progress, Tecnam P2012, D.B. Cooper, MH370 Search, T-45C Accident, Piper We previously reported that studies indicate many complaints about airport noise come from a few people with a dedicated mission to file the complaints. It seems that one such person has been identified in the Washington DC area. Well known ESA astronaut, Roberto Vittori, moved his family to the Washington DC area where he bought a house in the Hillandale neighborhood north of Georgetown. After moving there, instrument procedures at Ronald Reagan National Airport were changed because of NextGen shift in flight patterns. Vittori claims the noise is now intolerable and he admits to filing some 3,000 complaints since the changes in the flight patterns were implemented. The Airbus Urban Mobility Division may conduct tests of an autonomous "flying car"later this year, according to Airbus CEO Tom Enders. Speaking at a conference in Munich earlier this week, Enders said that the company could fly a single-person concept aircraft by the end of the year. The goal would be to offer either single or multiple-passenger vehicles that could be booked using an Uber-style app. Reuters reports that, while the idea is only in the experimentation phase, Enders said Airbus takes the concept "very seriously."The CEO of JetSuiteX, which will begin operating low-cost scheduled service out of Santa Monica Airport next month, says the city is "illegally attempting to regulate air commerce."Company CEO Alex Wilcox told the Santa Monica Lookout newspaper that Airport Director Stelios Makrides is refusing to process an application for a commercial operating permit at the airport for a hangar lease. Wilcox said his company can start its operation without such a permit, which the city disputes. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 01.19.17: $200K Drone Fine, Sandia IVSI TSO, 'Can't Close'KSMO
Fri, Jan 20,2017 07:08:16PM EST
Also: MH370 Search Suspended, Supporting AUVSI, Sikorsky S-92, Challenger Astronaut, Stressed Pilots, JBA Aviation, Embraer E2 A settlement agreement has been reached between the FAA and the drone operating company, SkyPan International of Chicago. The agreement resolves enforcement cases occurring between 2012 and 2014 that alleged the company operated unmanned aircraft in congested airspace over New York City and Chicago, and violated airspace regulations and aircraft operating rules. Under the terms of the agreement, SkyPan will pay a $200,000 civil penalty. Additional penalties apply if the company fails to comply with the terms of the settlement agreement. The FAA has granted SANDIA Aerospace an additional Technical Standard Order Authorization, commonly simply referred to as a TSO, on their popular SAI 340 Quattro multi-function indicator. In addition to indicating Attitude, Altitude, Airspeed and slip, the SAI 340 is now TSO’d to allow indicating Instantaneous Vertical Speed. This sort of instrumentation is commonly referred to as an IVSI. It appears there are supporters for Santa Monica airport who live in Santa Monica. In a letter to the editor sent to the Santa Monica Lookout News newspaper, writer Bill Worden says that the city cannot close the airport due to agreements made with the U.S. Government. Worden writes that those who have followed this story know that the city agreed to maintain the property as an airport "forever"when it was handed back over following World War-Two. He further holds that a second agreement between the city and the FAA in 1984 does not say the city can close the airport in 2015. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (01.21.17)
Fri, Jan 20,2017 11:45:06AM EST
The Lindbergh Foundation The concept of balance is an integral part of what the Lindbergh Foundation Board looks for in a project requesting a grant. Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh believed in the balance between technological advances and preservation of human and natural environments.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (01.21.17): Jump Zone
Fri, Jan 20,2017 11:44:37AM EST
The airspace directly associated with a Drop Zone. Vertical and horizontal limits may be locally defined.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (01.21.17)
Fri, Jan 20,2017 11:43:59AM EST
“Going forward, we know that the economic impact of decreased business aircraft operations at PBI will be widely felt, and the government has agreed to regularly review these procedures, which we hope will identify greater efficiencies for this TFR, while also reducing the economic impact on operators and local businesses.” Source: Ed Bolen, president and CEO of NBAA, on the government's efforts to mitigate the effect of TFRs on business aviation at KPBI when President Trump visits Mar-a-Lago.

Textron Aviation Sees Significant Growth Of Its Cessna Pilot Center Network
Fri, Jan 20,2017 11:43:22AM EST
Has Added 24 New Partners Including Five International Flight Schools Textron Aviation has announced its Cessna Pilot Center (CPC) network added 24 new partners in 2016, including five international flight schools in Argentina, Canada, Colombia, Germany and Poland. This growth supports the next generation of aviators with the help of the world’s leading training platform, the Cessna Skyhawk 172.

LM Helicopter EW System To Safeguard US Navy Against Anti-Ship Missile Threats
Fri, Jan 20,2017 11:42:31AM EST
Will Enhance Electronic Countermeasures Carried By MH-60 Helos Lockheed Martin will build on its 45-year legacy of integrated electronic warfare system success under a newly awarded U.S. Navy development contract to provide MH-60 helicopters with enhanced electronic warfare surveillance and countermeasure capabilities against anti-ship missile (ASM) threats.

In The Company Of Heroes: Pararescue Chief Retires After 30 Years
Fri, Jan 20,2017 11:41:51AM EST
Chief Master Sgt. Davide Keaton Has Been Decorated Nine Times For Life-Saving Actions Over the course of his thirty-year career, he was decorated nine times for actions that saved dozens --if not hundreds-- of lives on and off the battlefield.

FAI Marks 30th Anniversary Of Female Human-Powered Flight
Fri, Jan 20,2017 11:40:48AM EST
Triathlete Lois McCallin Set Three Records That Still Stand Thirty years ago, on 21 January 1987, American triathlete Lois McCallin set three women's world records for human-powered flight – and they still stand today.

Brazilian Supreme Court Judge Fatally Injured In Aircraft Accident
Fri, Jan 20,2017 11:39:30AM EST
Had Been Investigating A Serious Graft Case Involving Odebrecht A justice of the Brazilian Supreme Court was among those fatally injured Thursday when the Beechcraft C90GT went down in the ocean off the coast of Rio de Janeiro.

DJI Dumps The Phantom 4
Fri, Jan 20,2017 11:37:24AM EST
Notifies Dealers That Production Is Terminated Only 10 months since its introduction, DJI has informed its dealers that it is ending production of the Phantom 4 sUAS.

First Payload For A Previously-Flown Falcon 9 Arrives In Florida
Fri, Jan 20,2017 11:35:11AM EST
European-Built Communications Satellite Scheduled For Launch Next Month SpaceX hopes to deliver a communications satellite into orbit next month using a booster that has previously flown into space.

Government Works To Accommodate BizAv At KPBI During Presidential Visits
Fri, Jan 20,2017 11:34:26AM EST
TFRs Are Will Be In Place When President Trump Visit Mar-a-Lago Since Donald J. Trump was elected President in November, discussions have been ongoing about how business aviation can be accommodated at Palm Beach International Airport (KPBI) when the President visits his Florida residence at Mar-a-Lago ... just 2.1 nautical miles from the airport.

ANN FAQ: Contributing To Aero-TV
Fri, Jan 20,2017 10:58:55AM EST
How To Get A Story On Aero-TV News/Feature Programming How do I submit a story idea or lead to Aero-TV? If you would like to submit a story idea or lead, please contact Jim Campbell via the link below. Please include the following information when submitting a story idea or lead: who the intended subject is, a general story outline of said subject, important dates or deadlines for the story lead, and any appropriate contact information for both yourself and related subjects.

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