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Barnstorming: Annoyed, Upset, Discomfited... By 'The Martian'
Sun, Oct 04,2015 09:35:06PM EST
What Should Have Been The Ultimate 'Popcorn Movie'Has Become A Painful Reminder Of What We've Lost I admit it. I'm bummed. I'm kinda out of sorts... and this time, the FAA has little to do with it. No... this time, a movie, specifically 'The Martian'is wholly responsible. Don't get me wrong, the movie is one of the most entertaining I have seen in a long while... even despite a barely credible ending and a few other issues here and there. Still; the movie makes a sincere desire to get the science right, and by and large, its does better than most. And yes, I recommend it strongly and hope it does REALLY well. Simply stated, it's just a heckuva a story. But what bothered me most as I sat through the flick was the growing realization that stranded Astronaut Mark Watney's world/reality should have been ours. I was watching a work of fiction... and I shouldn't have been. Damn it.

Airborne 10.02.15: LauncherOne Milestones, A/C Mngmt Legislation, UAV Safety
Sun, Oct 04,2015 09:21:54PM EST
Also: Open Aviation Safety Reporting, ICAS 2015, Apache/Chinook Orders, Flexjet, Journey To Space Film, Sport/GA Decline?, Soloy Aviation ANN Airborne Link: YouTube Airborne Link: The LauncherOne team reports in a Virgin Galactic press release that they have been making steady progress on all of the key components of their dedicated small satellite launch vehicle. The test reached steady-state operation and allowed the team to capture high quality data about the engine during start-up, operation, and safe shutdown. It occurred the same week as multiple full duration firings of the gas generator for LauncherOne’s upper stage engine, each exceeding six minutes in duration. It’s hoped that federal legislation will cure what appears to be double taxation being imposed by the IRS when aircraft owners use an aircraft management service. U.S Senators Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman have introduced legislation clarifying that aircraft management services are not subject to air transportation taxes. European pilots have joined aviation stakeholders in signing the ‘European Corporate Just Culture Declaration’ at a High-Level Conference on ‘Saving lives with safety information’, in Brussels. The Declaration is a commitment from wide parts of the sector to cooperate at company level to encourage pilots and other safety professionals to report safety occurrences without fear of reprisals. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Aero-News: Quote Of The Day (10.05.15)
Sun, Oct 04,2015 03:11:14PM EST
“As an aviation pioneer in turbine engine conversions of both fixed and rotor winged aircraft, Soloy is a name and brand that is extremely well respected but not entirely well known. Aside from ensuring our customers are being well served, my immediate priority is to put the spotlight on Soloy around the world and give it the attention it deserves."Source: James H.L. Cowan, commenting on his appointment the President and Chief Executive Officer of Soloy Aviation Solutions.

Aero-TV: Zenith SportPlanes – Slow Takeoff-Landing/Fast Building
Sun, Oct 04,2015 02:44:22PM EST
Highly Regarded, Long-Time SportPlane Manufacturer Exhibits Staying Power In this video, ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, sat down with Sebastien Heintz, the president and owner of the Zenith aircraft company at their home facility in Mexico, MO. At first glance, their facility looks like just another large hanger on an airport. However, as the video progresses you’ll see just how advanced an airplane kit building production plant can be.

Klyde Morris (10.05.15)
Sun, Oct 04,2015 12:39:20PM EST
For The Love Of SpaceX, NOT The Doughnut Wall!!! FMI:

Yvonne Camus Confirmed As Keynote Speaker For ICAS 2015 Convention
Sat, Oct 03,2015 06:11:15PM EST
Canadian Adventurer Participated In Eco-Challenge Expedition Race The keynote address for the 2015 ICAS Convention will be delivered by Yvonne Camus, a Canadian adventurer who participated in and finished the Eco-Challenge expedition race on the South Pacific island of Borneo.

EASA Grants STC For QFJ 5-Blade Propeller On The Socata TBM 900
Sat, Oct 03,2015 06:10:38PM EST
Approved For Airplanes Powered By P&WC PT6A-66D turbine. EASA has granted an STC (#10033038-R1) to MT-Propeller for the installation of its next generation 5-blade scimitar composite Quiet Fan Jet propeller MTV-27-1-E-C-F-R(P)/CFR225-55f on Socata TBM 900 airplanes powered by P&WC PT6A-66D turbine engines.

Boeing, Cathay Pacific Airways Celebrate Milestone 70th 777 Delivery
Sat, Oct 03,2015 06:10:22PM EST
Airline Took First 777 Delivery In 2007 Boeing and Cathay Pacific Airways celebrated a significant achievement today with the delivery of the airline’s 70th 777 aircraft – also the last and 53rd 777-300ER (Extended Range) of its confirmed orders – that has made Cathay Asia’s largest operator of the 777 fleet.

Draken International Awarded USAF Commercial 'Adversary'Contract
Sat, Oct 03,2015 06:09:59PM EST
Will Assist With Training As 'Bad Guys'In Combat Scenarios Draken International has been contracted to provide adversary support for the United States Air Force. Flying the industry's most advanced Douglas A-4K Skyhawk and Aero Vodochody L-159E ALCA fighter jets, Draken is able to replicate numerous types of threat aircraft. Draken aircraft are equipped with modern radars, electronic attack pods, and are operated by highly skilled reserve & former-military professionals. This unique service will result in considerable cost savings for the USAF and preserves military assets, such as USAF F-16's and F-15's, while still achieving necessary training.

Canadian Aviation Companies Create Partnership
Sat, Oct 03,2015 06:09:46PM EST
Flyht And Avmax Join Forces To Improve Tracking And Data On 146 Aircraft Flyht Aerospace Solutions and Avmax Group have announced an agreement for the Automated Flight Information Reporting System (AFIRSTM) 228 for the two airlines Avmax owns, as well as its current and future leased fleet, for a total fleet size of 146 aircraft over a seven-year term.

James H. L. Cowan Named President And CEO Of Soloy Aviation Solutions
Sat, Oct 03,2015 06:09:30PM EST
Brings Extensive Experience In The Aviation Industry To The Company James H.L. Cowan has been appointed as as President and Chief Executive Officer of Soloy Aviation Solutions.

AeroSports Update: AOPA Sets 2016 Fly-In Schedule
Sat, Oct 03,2015 06:09:08PM EST
Since 2014, More Than 27,000 People Have Attended The AOPA Regional Fly-Ins “We’ve been overwhelmed by the success of the AOPA Fly-Ins, so we’re excited to bring them to brand new locations, with new seminars, social events, and activities for 2016,” said AOPA President Mark Baker.

NASA Selects Science Education Partners For STEM Agreements
Sat, Oct 03,2015 06:08:29PM EST
Cooperative Agreements With 27 Organizations Could Total $42 Million NASA has selected 27 organizations from across the United States to begin negotiations for cooperative agreement awards totaling $42 million to implement a new strategic approach to more effectively engage learners of all ages on NASA science education programs and activities.

FlightSafety International Promotes Jeff Rose
Sat, Oct 03,2015 06:08:04PM EST
Becomes Manager Of The Atlanta Learning Center FlightSafety International announces that Jeff Rose has been promoted to Manager of the company’s Learning Center in Atlanta, Georgia. He succeeds Ed Klonoski who has retired from FlightSafety.

Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings Celebrates 100 Years Of Innovation
Sat, Oct 03,2015 06:07:36PM EST
Formerly GenCorp, Company Started As General Tire & Rubber Company In Akron, Ohio, On Sept. 29, 1915 Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, Inc. on Tuesday celebrated its 100th anniversary. The original company was founded by William O'Neil as General Tire & Rubber Company on Sept. 29, 1915 and has evolved greatly over the years through a diversified mix of acquisitions to become a leader in the aerospace and defense industry.

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