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AMA Drone Report 10.19.17: Drone/Airliner Midair?, FAA Sued, CNN 107 Waiver
Sun, Oct 22,2017 08:14:59PM EST
Also: Swedish Drone Ban Lifted, Rocky Mountain Hobby-Expo, Drone Shark Detection, Kittyhawk DJI Sync 2.0 Recent reports about a midair collision between a jet and a drone have been mis-stated or based on pretty tenuous detail. Worse; Canada’s Marc Garneau, their Minister of Transport has jumped all over the story, even issuing a press release long before any real detail has emerged. What do we know? On 12 October 2017, a Skyjet Beech King Air A100 (a turbo prop... NOT a jet) was on an IFR flight to the Jean Lesage International Airport in Québec City, Quebec with 8 souls on board. The aircraft was approaching runway 24 and had just passed the final approach fix when the crew claims to have seen a drone at the extremity of the left wing. A drone operator from Arkansas named Michael Reichert has filed a class-action lawsuit against the FAA because he has not yet received a refund for his $5 drone registration fee. Reichert registered his drone as was required by the FAA. But when a federal judge deemed that the registration was in violation of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012, he contacted the FAA for a refund... The FAA has awarded the first Part 107 waiver for operation over people to CNN. This approval represents an industry milestone, as this new waiver for the first time will enable real-world UAS operations over people. The waiver allows CNN to fly the Vantage Robotics Snap UAS to conduct operations over open-air assemblies (crowds) of people, up to 150 feet AGL. “This waiver signifies a critical step forward not only for CNN’s UAS operations, but also the commercial UAS industry at large,” said David Vigilante, SVP of Legal for CNN. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 10.17.17: Eagles v Drones, DJI AeroScope, Drone Policy
Sun, Oct 22,2017 08:14:45PM EST
Also: AeroVironment Award, Washington State Patrol, Altavian Nova UAS, Robotaxis The French Military is training four Golden Eagles to attack drones in flight as a way to defend against potential spying or attacks from the unmanned aircraft. The idea came up after several drones were flown over the French Presidential Palace. But they were not the first to consider such a plan. The Dutch National Police recently released a video showing an eagle taking down a DJI drone. That bird was trained by a company that is specializing in teaching birds of prey to attack unmanned aircraft. DJI has unveiled AeroScope, a new solution to identify and monitor airborne drones with existing technology that can address safety, security and privacy concerns. AeroScope uses the existing communications link between a drone and its remote controller to broadcast identification information such as a registration or serial number, as well as basic telemetry, including location, altitude, speed and direction. Police, security agencies, aviation authorities and other authorized parties can use an AeroScope receiver to monitor, analyze and act on that information. In a letter to President Trump, stakeholders from throughout the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) community – from manufacturers to business users to government officials – urged the creation of a pilot program for state and local governments to work with the FAA to integrate UAS into the skies above their communities. The letter, led by AUVSI, details the importance of federal control of the airspace and outlines a pilot program to get input from states and municipalities to develop policy on UAS operations. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

RFP: ANN Seeking New Site/Facility For Major Studio Upgrade
Sun, Oct 22,2017 08:14:26PM EST
It's Official: Aggressive Upgrades For New Airborne Programs WILL Require New Digs It's been in development for years, but we're getting to a point where we think we can pull off something TRULY REMARKABLE - which will require us to make BIG CHANGES. So... ANN is officially looking for a new home for a major new initiative... hopefully, a permanent one. We are now in the implementation phases of THE most significant upgrades we've ever undertaken and preparing to make significant operational modifications to accomodate them. As a result, we're currently inviting proposals for a NEW airport/office studio facility to serve as a home base and studio for new programming about to be introduced by the Aero-News Network, Inc., the Aviation World's Real-Time News and Information Service, our Daily Airborne Unlimited programming, our new 'Aero-Doc'documentary division, as well as other Aero-TV/Aero-Verse productions.

Airborne 10.20.17: Santa Monica Setback, Red Bull Aviatrix, C-49 Flies Again
Sun, Oct 22,2017 08:14:09PM EST
Also: HondaJet World Tour, Barnstorming, SpaceX, Dauntless, Fixed-Wing VTOL, Gravitational-Waves, Swedish Drones The City of Santa Monica may now proceed with shortening the runway at Santa Monica Airport (KSMO) after a temporary restraining order halting the work was lifted by U.S. District Judge Ronald Lew, who had put it in place. Airport Director Stelios Makrides said that the city is pleased with the court's decision, "which allows it to fulfill its commitment to the community and the FAA. The city will renew work on the runway-shortening project, which it expects to commence within the next week..."French pilot Melanie Astles became the first female pilot to win a Red Bull Air Race when she won the Challenger Class at the Red Bull Air Race in Indianapolis. The win came after she was fastest in Qualifying on the Saturday. When bad weather meant the racing was cancelled on the Sunday, the results stood and she was declared the winner of there weekend’s racing. For the past three years the Tulsa Squadron of the WWII Airborne Demonstration Team Foundation has been working diligently to restore the organization’s Douglas C-49 ‘Wild Kat’. Major restoration work has been provided by many skilled volunteers from the local aviation industry and also by interested aviation history enthusiasts in the Tulsa area, with more than 15,000 man-hours of effort put into the project to date. Now, the aircraft has again been certified as airworthy and returned to the air at Richard Lloyd Jones Jr. Riverside Airport (KRVS) in Tulsa. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (10.23.17)
Sun, Oct 22,2017 04:56:01PM EST
“The reality is space is becoming a common domain for human endeavor. There were different times in our history where this was predicted, but this is no longer just a prediction.” Source: From the comments made by Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson -- addressing the importance of the Air Force’s space mission during the 2017 Potomac Officers Club Space Innovations, Programs and Policies Summit in Washington, D.C., Oct. 18, 2017.

Klyde Morris (10.23.17)
Sun, Oct 22,2017 04:52:08PM EST
Klyde Bemoans The Threat To Santa Monica... FMI:

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (10.22.17)
Sat, Oct 21,2017 06:53:43PM EST
Aero-News Quote of the Day "National Airlines has tirelessly supported Americans at home and abroad for nearly 20 years. In the case of Puerto Rico, National was able to mobilize quickly and efficiently to deliver massive amounts of necessary supplies to the island, and hopefully in the process, save lives."Source: Christopher Alf, Chairman and CEO, commenting on the National Airlines'747-400 freighter fleet having operated 13 flights transporting 2.7 million pounds of much needed aid to Puerto Rico and quickly deliver goods to areas most devastated by Hurricane Maria. In addition, the Company operated a flight that transported more than 200 stranded cruise ship passengers on its 757-200 on a relief flight from Miami to San Juan.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (10.23.17)
Sat, Oct 21,2017 06:50:37PM EST
Aero Linx: The Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation The Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation was created in 1977, the 50th Anniversary year of Charles Lindbergh’s epic New York-to-Paris flight. It was originated by friends of the Lindberghs at The Explorers Club in New York City and other friends and admirers. The resulting national effort that established the organization was led by General James H. Doolittle and Astronaut Neil Armstrong. Also instrumental in its creation was James D. Newton, longtime, close friend of Charles and Anne Lindbergh, who was Honorary Chairman until his death in 1999. Their intent was to honor the Lindberghs’ pioneering contributions in aviation, exploration, conservation, sciences, and the humanities. Knowing the Lindberghs’ vision of a balance between the technological advancements they helped pioneer, and the preservation of the human and natural environments they cherished, it was decided that this balance vision would become the cornerstone of the Foundation’s programs. Ever since, the Foundation has strived to carry on the concept of balance, through the Lindbergh Award, the Lindbergh Grants Program, and other educational programs and publications.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (10.22.17)
Sat, Oct 21,2017 06:48:11PM EST
Aero Linx: Bell 47 Helicopter Association Inc. Are you a helicopter pilot, mechanic, or related personnel that knows & admires the original Bell 47? If so – this is an organization created – just for you and I invite you to become a member! You will join B47HA members and become one of the ‘who’s who” of the Bell 47 community on our exclusive B47HA roster. Your glossy wall certificate & embroidered B47HA jacket/flight suit patch will signify your support for our mission to preserve and protect the legacy of this iconic helicopter.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (10.23.17): Stopway
Sat, Oct 21,2017 06:39:09PM EST
Stopway An area beyond the takeoff runway no less wide than the runway and centered upon the extended centerline of the runway, able to support the airplane during an aborted takeoff, without causing structural damage to the airplane, and designated by the airport authorities for use in decelerating the airplane during an aborted takeoff.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (10.22.17): State Aircraft
Sat, Oct 21,2017 06:36:59PM EST
State Aircraft Aircraft used in military, customs and police service, in the exclusive service of any government, or of any political subdivision, thereof including the government of any state, territory, or possession of the United States or the District of Columbia, but not including any government-owned aircraft engaged in carrying persons or property for commercial purposes.

Aero-TV: TruTrak's Certified Autopilot - Cost-Effective Modern Tech For GA
Sat, Oct 21,2017 06:00:55PM EST
Announcement Made At AirVenture This Summer… TruTrak unveiled its Vizion Certified autopilot at AirVenture in July. The Vizion two-axis autopilot is capable of following simple and more complex flight plans from nearly any aviation handheld or panel mount GPS in the market today. The Vizion autopilot also offers a track selector, altitude hold, vertical speed select, and altitude select / pre-select...

ANN FAQ: How To Get YOUR News Out On Aero-News
Sat, Oct 21,2017 02:46:31PM EST
Good News, Bad News... It's ALL News As the preeminent online aviation news resource out there, the editorial staff at Aero-News sees a large number of news releases. We look at all of them, and can usually tell whether something merits publishing consideration within reading the first couple of paragraphs. Often, however, a new and innovative product can be overlooked because of the very words written to promote it, by the very people who created it.

ANN FAQ: Feel The Propwash (Updated)
Sat, Oct 21,2017 02:45:59PM EST
New Form Makes Subscribing, Unsubscribing Even Easier While we're very proud of our newly-redesigned website, we know that some folks really enjoy the convenience of having their Aero-News dropped into their e-mail boxes every day. Our new site makes that process even easier than before.

Airborne 10.19.17: 200th TBM 900-Series, MooneyShares, E-AB Accident Stats
Fri, Oct 20,2017 09:30:02PM EST
Also: Supersonic Test, Kobe Steel, Sullenberger Awarded, A-29 Super Tucanos, Textron, 109th AW CDR Daher recently rolled out its 200th TBM 900-series very fast turboprop aircraft since the introduction of this upgraded family in March 2014. The milestone airplane, serial number 1200, is a TBM 910 version delivered to Cutter Aviation in San Antonio. Daher’s TBM 900 family is the latest and sixth evolution of the company’s very fast turboprop concept, offered today in two production versions: the TBM 930 and the TBM 910. Aircraft manufacturer Mooney International and Partners in Aviation (PIA) have announced they have formed a partnership enabling buyers to realize price and cost-of-ownership advantages. MooneyShares makes available the new Mooney Ultra aircraft to customers. PIA founders Mark Molloy and Tom Bertels, are part of the equation. Both are accomplished pilots and have an undeniably high level of understanding of customer and market needs. In September, EAA completed its annual tracking of experimental category fatal accidents. Experimental aircraft were involved in 45 fatal accidents during fiscal year 2017, with amateur-built aircraft accounting for roughly two-thirds of those accidents. As in previous years, the FAA established a “not-to- exceed” number based on a one percent reduction in accidents from the previous three-year average. The number of fatal accidents for fiscal year 2017 came in well below the not to exceed number of 59. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

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