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AMA Drone Report 05.18.17: Drone-Jumping!, AMA Sightings Report, King Schools
Tue, May 23,2017 06:06:06PM EST
Also: DJI Smart TV App, Huerta: Unmanned Aircraft 'Good News Story', XPONENTIAL Innovation Preview Ya had to see it to believe it... An ingenious Latvian UAS operation has pulled off an exercise in which a skydiver used one of their massive 28 rotor multi-copters to make an eye-popping skydive. On May 12, a 28-propeller drone built by Aerones lifted skydiver, Ingus Augstkalns, to a height of nearly 1100 feet, from where he accomplished the planned jump. The company, Aerones, has already demonstrated a number of dramatic heavy lift missions and solutions. Janis Putrams, Aerones'chief engineer, and the drone pilot on this mission, added, "Already in the near future, our technology will save human lives, will help to fight fires and carry out other challenging and significant work. With this project, we show that we are ready for serious tasks in the field of civil defence and sports."AMA has reviewed 1,270 new UAS sightings reported by the FAA, and finds that the vast majority of these sightings are just that – sightings. Additionally; the FAA specifically stated that no collision between civilian aircraft and a civilian drone operator has been confirmed. “In comparison to the growing number of drone sales and operators, the total number of UAS reports in the FAA’s data is just a small fraction,” said Rich Hanson, President of AMA. “Safety has always been our number one priority. That’s why we’re encouraged to see that most of the reports are mere drone sightings and do not appear to pose serious safety risks.” Drone pilots who want to fly their drones in furtherance of a business have a fun and quick way to prepare to pass the required Part 107 Remote Pilot Certificate written test with Version 2.0 of the King Schools Drone Pilot License Test Prep Course. The Course can be purchased at an introductory price of $99 until July 1, 2017. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 05.23.17: Courts Nix Model Regs, Autonymous Flt, WATT 300
Tue, May 23,2017 06:05:23PM EST
Also: King Schools Update, Kittyhawk APP, Robird And Integrated Drone Solutions, ICAO Drone Tracking The unmanned community got a bit of a jolt late last week when the US Court of Appeals shot down the FAA’s regulation of recreational unmanned aircraft systems... Industry reaction has been swift... AUVSI has some concerns with the aftermath of the ruling, as President and CEO, Brian Wynne clearly expressed, “AUVSI is disappointed with the decision today by the U.S. Court of Appeals to reject the FAA’s rule for registering recreational unmanned aircraft systems. A UAS registration system is important to promote accountability and responsibility by users of the national airspace, and helps create a culture of safety that deters careless and reckless behavior. We plan to work with Congress on a legislative solution that will ensure continued accountability across the entire aviation community, both manned and unmanned."Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe earned serious bragging rights as he became the first sitting governor to fly in a fully automated aircraft during an 8-minute flight that took place last Thursday following the opening of NASA’s Wallops Island Flight Research Center UAS runway. Drone Aviation unveiled the new WATT 300 heavy-lift tethered multirotor drone and an upgraded military WASP aerostat platform at the 2017 Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC). All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Airborne 05.23.17: Icon A5 NTSB Report, Product Certification, GE9X Testing
Tue, May 23,2017 06:04:18PM EST
Also: UAL Cockpit Doors, NAHI 2017, Drone Database, Manual Flying Skills, Heli-Theft, Runway Extension, New SecAF The NTSB has released its preliminary report from an accident involving an Icon A5 airplane that resulted in the fatal injury of the two people on board the aircraft. According to the report, on May 8, 2017, about 0908 Pacific daylight time, the Icon Aircraft Inc. A5, N184BA, impacted terrain while maneuvering near Lake Berryessa, California. Representatives from Icon Aircraft reported that the pilot was conducting a new employee familiarization flight with the passenger, who was recently hired by the company. A witness observed the accident airplane flying over the lake about 30 to 50 feet above the water, at what seemed to be a low speed. AEA, AIA and GAMA have announced the approval of an updated United States FAA Industry Guide to Product Certification. The last version of the guide was published in 2004. The updated guide will help institutionalize best practices and a new operating norm for FAA, companies and applicants that will prove to be foundational in reaching the next level of safety and certification process effectiveness and efficiency. Recently, GE Aviation began GE9X engine certification tests at its Peebles Test Operation (PTO) in Ohio. The GE9X will power Boeing's new 777X aircraft. The first round of GE9X certification tests are being conducted on the second GE9X production-configured powerplant built by GE. To prepare for the certification program, trials of the first full engine to test (FETT) GE9X engine commenced in March 2016, generating critical data on the full engine system and aerodynamic performance, mechanical verification, and aero thermal system validation. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 05.23.17: Courts Nix Model Regs, Autonymous Flt, WATT 300
Tue, May 23,2017 05:57:16PM EST
Also: King Schools Update, Kittyhawk APP, Robird And Integrated Drone Solutions, ICAO Drone Tracking The unmanned community got a bit of a jolt late last week when the US Court of Appeals shot down the FAA’s regulation of recreational unmanned aircraft systems... Industry reaction has been swift... AUVSI has some concerns with the aftermath of the ruling, as President and CEO, Brian Wynne clearly expressed, “AUVSI is disappointed with the decision today by the U.S. Court of Appeals to reject the FAA’s rule for registering recreational unmanned aircraft systems. A UAS registration system is important to promote accountability and responsibility by users of the national airspace, and helps create a culture of safety that deters careless and reckless behavior. We plan to work with Congress on a legislative solution that will ensure continued accountability across the entire aviation community, both manned and unmanned."Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe earned serious bragging rights as he became the first sitting governor to fly in a fully automated aircraft during an 8-minute flight that took place last Thursday following the opening of NASA’s Wallops Island Flight Research Center UAS runway. Drone Aviation unveiled the new WATT 300 heavy-lift tethered multirotor drone and an upgraded military WASP aerostat platform at the 2017 Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC). All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 05.16.17: XPONENTIAL 2017, Airbus Aerial, Parrot Professional
Tue, May 23,2017 05:56:07PM EST
Also: AUVSI BOD, PrecisionHawk's Free PrecisionMapper, Consortiq, XPONENTIAL 2017 Innovation Preview As opening sessions go, it was an eye-opener. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich took the stage to deliver the show’s rousing opening keynote during AUVSI XPONENTIAL. During his presentation, Krzanich pronounced and explained why “Data is the new oil...” and went on to introduce upcoming commercial drones that demonstrate treemendous potential. Included in the keynote was a real-time demonstration of an Intel Falcon 8+ drone doing a bridge inspection. Showcasing an automated bridge inspection with Intel Mission Control software, this new application that will facilitate flight planning, management and post-processing. Airbus has launched its U.S. base and operations of a new commercial drone start-up, named Airbus Aerial, last week at XPONENTIAL 2017. With bases both in the U.S. and in Europe, Airbus Aerial’s initial business will focus on developing new imagery services. These services will leverage the best software and aerospace technology from across the globe to offer actionable data and analysis of information provided by drones, satellites, high altitude aircraft and other sources. Parrot has opened up a new division it hopes will fill a segment of the market between their top-end commercial aircraft which range up to $11,000 and its hobby-drones. Parrot calls the new line "Parrot Professional". The aircraft will be more in the price category as popular models from DJI and Yuneec. In a news release, Parrot says they are built on Parrot's consumer drones but targeted for use by small to medium-sized businesses. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (05.24.17)
Tue, May 23,2017 05:47:47PM EST
Professional Helicopter Pilot's Association The mission statement of the PHPA is to Promote safety and understanding among helicopter pilots.

Airborne 05.23.17: Icon A5 NTSB Report, Product Certification, GE9X Testing
Tue, May 23,2017 05:46:55PM EST
Also: UAL Cockpit Doors, NAHI 2017, Drone Database, Manual Flying Skills, Heli-Theft, Runway Extension, New SecAF The NTSB has released its preliminary report from an accident involving an Icon A5 airplane that resulted in the fatal injury of the two people on board the aircraft. According to the report, on May 8, 2017, about 0908 Pacific daylight time, the Icon Aircraft Inc. A5, N184BA, impacted terrain while maneuvering near Lake Berryessa, California. Representatives from Icon Aircraft reported that the pilot was conducting a new employee familiarization flight with the passenger, who was recently hired by the company. A witness observed the accident airplane flying over the lake about 30 to 50 feet above the water, at what seemed to be a low speed. AEA, AIA and GAMA have announced the approval of an updated United States FAA Industry Guide to Product Certification. The last version of the guide was published in 2004. The updated guide will help institutionalize best practices and a new operating norm for FAA, companies and applicants that will prove to be foundational in reaching the next level of safety and certification process effectiveness and efficiency. Recently, GE Aviation began GE9X engine certification tests at its Peebles Test Operation (PTO) in Ohio. The GE9X will power Boeing's new 777X aircraft. The first round of GE9X certification tests are being conducted on the second GE9X production-configured powerplant built by GE. To prepare for the certification program, trials of the first full engine to test (FETT) GE9X engine commenced in March 2016, generating critical data on the full engine system and aerodynamic performance, mechanical verification, and aero thermal system validation. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (05.24.17): Airport Rotating Beacon
Tue, May 23,2017 05:44:45PM EST
A visual NAVAID operated at many airports. At civil airports, alternating white and green flashes indicate the location of the airport.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (05.24.17)
Tue, May 23,2017 05:42:20PM EST
"Agricultural aviators are deeply concerned about their ability to fly safely in air space where pilots could encounter any unmanned aircraft, be it commercial or otherwise."Source: Excerpt from a statement from the The National Agricultural Aviation Association (NAAA) on the recent U.S. Court of Appeals ruling on drone registration.

Elvis'Jetstar To Be Sold From Roswell, NM Airport
Tue, May 23,2017 05:40:24PM EST
Only Aircraft Owned By 'The King'To Not Belong To The Elvis Estate After sitting on a runway in Roswell, NM for more than 30 years, a significant piece of Elvis memorabilia is about to go under the auctioneer's gavel.

CAE Extends Business Aviation Pilot Training Program With Elit'Avia
Tue, May 23,2017 05:39:07PM EST
Exclusive 4-Year Pilot Training Program On Multiple Business Aircraft Platforms, Including Bombardier, Gulfstream, Dassault And Hawker CAE has announced at the 2017 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE) its continued and growing relationship with Elit'Avia with whom it has signed an exclusive 4-year pilot training program. The customized training program will feature classroom software, distance learning, a tablet application for course materials and pre-study tools. CAE will also extend its business aviation pilot training program to include the latest Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) module.

Duncan Aviation Encourages ADS-B Upgrades For European Operators
Tue, May 23,2017 05:37:25PM EST
Have Until June 6, 2020 To Meet EASA Mandate Duncan Aviation is aware, as are most of its European customers, that the EASA deadline for upgrading to Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is approaching quickly. Owner/operators who need to retrofit their aircraft have until midnight on June 6, 2020, to meet the terms of the mandate. Aircraft must be equipped with a GPS position source (such as a certified WAAS GPS antenna) and a 1090-megahertz Mode S Extended squitter transponder to relay the information to air traffic control (ATC).

Dassault Selects Honeywell's JetWave System As Preferred High-Speed Wi-Fi Option
Tue, May 23,2017 05:35:21PM EST
New Falcon Business Jets To Be Equipped With First High-Speed Broadband Wi-Fi Service To Span The World Honeywell has announced that its high-speed broadband Wi-Fi system, designed to provide aircraft with Internet speeds similar to those in homes and offices is now an option for new Dassault Falcon business jets. The system can also be installed on planes already in service. Honeywell's JetWave antennas and hardware enable Inmarsat's high-speed Jet ConneX service. Once installed, the system allows Dassault fliers to enjoy video streaming and phone calls, music and movie downloads, access to private company networks, online shopping, and much more through one global network with significantly fewer signal drops than other connectivity services, even over oceans.

Airborne 05.22.17: Court Nukes FAA Model Drone Regs, Lancair Moves, Virgin Orbit
Tue, May 23,2017 05:34:05PM EST
Also: Dutch King, DA-42NG, US Civil Aircraft Shipments, ADS-B Out, Facial Recognition, Av Threats, Air Travel Growth The hobby drone industry just got a bit shook up... The U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C. has ruled that the FAA violated the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 when it required the registration of model aircraft, including drones, that are flown strictly for recreational purposes, and has vacated the Registration Rule for those aircraft. Maryland attorney John Taylor challenged the registration requirement based on Section 336, saying that the rule was unlawful as applied to model aircraft. The last two weeks of April have seen the Lancair Uvalde hangar complex bustling with activity. All hands have been hard at work unloading trucks, building storage racks and stowing a variety of molds, tools and fixtures essential for Lancair's return to kit manufacturing. In the weeks ahead, the team will inventory, refurbish and begin installing the manufacturing equipment in their new 5-hangar complex at Garner Field Airport (KUVA) in Uvalde, Texas. Virgin Group has announced Virgin Orbit, a company with a business model of launching small satellites into orbit using a horizontal launch system. Virgin Orbit says it is in the final stages of testing and preparation for LauncherOne, a two-stage, expendable, LOX/RP-1 rocket that launches from a dedicated 747-400 carrier aircraft, called Cosmic Girl. Cosmic Girl will carry LauncherOne to at an altitude of approximately 35,000 feet before release. Starting each mission with an airplane rather than a traditional launch pad offers performance benefits in terms of payload capacity, but more importantly, air-launch offers flexibility. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

TRU Simulation + Training Delivers A320 FFS To Avianca Airlines
Tue, May 23,2017 05:33:06PM EST
Has Been Granted Level D Qualification By The CAA TRU Simulation + Training has completed the delivery of an A320 Full Flight Simulator (FFS) to Avianca Airlines, the national airline of Colombia. The new Airbus A320 full flight simulator successfully achieved Level D qualification by the Colombian Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). As part of the FFS suite package, TRU has also completed the delivery of an A320 Flat Panel Trainer (FPT) to further support Avianca’s procedural training needs.

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