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Airborne-Unmanned 03.21.17: Heron 1 FOC, Canadian UAVs BVLOS, Quad Inspects C17
Thu, Mar 23,2017 08:15:14PM EST
Also: Terra Drone, senseFly partners with MicaSense, Quadcopter Topology Optimization The Heron 1 UAV has attained Full Operational Capability (FOC), allowing two Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) squadrons to operate, maintain, and deploy the UAV. The UAV will be operated by a team that is compiled of UAV Pilots, Air Imagery Intelligence Experts and Air Force Engineers. The Heron 1 UAV, which Singapore received in 2012, will provide Singapore’s Armed Forces with stronger situational awareness and enhanced mission effectiveness on the battlefield. The UAV is capable of performing a plethora of missions thanks to a multi-mission sensor installed upon it. Regular Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) operations saw significant advancement, recently, as Canadian UAVs and Lockheed Martin CDL Systems completed their first BVLOS pipeline, well site and power line inspections using the Transport Canada Compliant Lockheed Martin Indago 2 at the Foremost Testing Range. At their UAV Testing Facility in Foremost, Alberta, Canadian UAVs successfully performed multiple BVLOS operations to inspect several pipelines, wellheads and powerlines. The 412th Test Wing’s Emerging Technologies Combined Test Force used a quadcopter to conduct a maintenance inspection of the exterior of a C-17 Globemaster III. The C-17 was on loan from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, and was the first time they flew a small UAS on the flightline and the second time the CTF has used a sUAS in a new application. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Airborne 03.23.17: Citation Longitude Update, Lawn-Chair Balloonacy, Yuneec
Thu, Mar 23,2017 04:54:50PM EST
Also: Sea Vixen, FAA-UAS Symposium, Boeing Layoffs, Evada Aircraft, OneWeb, Legacy 450, MS A/C Sale The third aircraft in the Cessna Citation Longitude flight test program recently completed its first flight. Test pilots Corey Eckhart and UJ Pesonen, along with flight test engineer Mike Bradfield, successfully tested various systems throughout the one-hour and 40-minute flight. The aircraft will be used in the program for avionics and systems development, as well as collecting flight simulator data. The company has started assembly line flow in the company’s east campus Plant IV manufacturing facility, with the first four production Longitude aircraft currently in progress. In July of 2015, Calgary, Canada business owner Daniel Boria tied 100 industrial-grade helium balloons to a lawn chair and took off over the city in a stunt that he said was intended to promote his cleaning business. Last week, however, provincial court Judge Bruce Fraser assessed a hefty fine against Boria, calling the stunt "dumb and dangerous"and "unconscionably stupid."Boria pleaded guilty in December to charges of dangerous operation of an aircraft. In an agreement worked out with prosecutors, he will pay a $5,000 direct fine and contribute $20,000 to the charity of his choice, according to the report. Here’s proof positive that bad times can come to just about anyone... including a major high-flyer in the hobby drone market. An undisclosed number of employees of Yuneec USA will be losing their jobs as confirmed by the company late last week. The company issued a statement saying it was planning to "scale back our business structure to secure a balance between operational costs and revenue. We concluded that we upsized operations faster than our growth required."All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

AMA Drone Report 03.23.17: New Canada Drone Regs, 'Anti-Drone'Race, Tiny Whoop
Thu, Mar 23,2017 04:52:48PM EST
Also: SELFLY Camera-Kickstarter, Turtle Tracking Drones, Drones Save Lives! The Canadian government has recently released new regulations for recreational drone operators that carry hefty penalties for violators... Even more so than those here in the US. The new rules apply to aircraft weighing between about half a pound and 77 pounds being flown non-commercially. Under the rules, recreational drones may not be flown higher than 90 meters above the ground; closer than 75 meters from buildings, vehicles, vessels, animals, people/crowds; and closer than 9 kilometers from the center of any "aerodrome"... defined as anywhere that aircraft take off and land. The rules also prohibit flight in controlled or restricted airspace, within about 5.6 miles of a forest fire, or anywhere the aircraft could interfere with police or first responders. Positing that we need anti-drone instruments, the folks of the TU Delft Micro Air Vehicle Lab (MAVLab) will host the first ever anti-drone competition, DroneClash, before the end of the year. During this competition, participants use their own drones to take down as many other drones as possible. But... they also need to avoid a whole series of anti-drone interventions. A company operating out of a basement in Fort Collins, CO is making what may be some of the smallest FPV drones available. The Tiny Whoop quadcopters were born of the mini-drone-racing trend. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 03.22.17: Canada Drone Regs, Fuller On ATC, Harrier For Sale
Thu, Mar 23,2017 03:34:05PM EST
Also: Affordable ADS-B, Mars Beer, Best Tugs, Collins TXP, CAE 70th, Historic WWII Tour, RARA Design Contest The Canadian government had released new regulations for recreational drone operators that carry hefty penalties for violators. The new rules apply to aircraft weighing between about half a pound and 77 pounds being flown non-commercially. Under the rules, recreational drones may not be flown higher than 90 meters (about 295 feet) above the ground; closer than 75 meters (about 245 feet) from buildings, vehicles, vessels, animals, people/crowds; and closer than 9 kilometers (about 5.6 miles) from the center of any "aerodrome"... defined as anywhere that aircraft take off and land. The apparent support for privatizing Air Traffic Control in the FY2018 budget has brought strong reaction from both sides of the issue. Writing in The Hill, former AOPA president and CEO Craig Fuller, now a consultant on aviation issues, says that spinning off ATC to a private, non-profit entity could considerably slow the implementation of Nextgen. Rumor has it that ANN’s Jim Campbell is already cashing in his piggy bank for this one... A Harrier GR3 Jump Jet has been restored in the U.K. and is being offered for sale by Jet Art Aviation. The company calls the aircraft (XZ130) a "very complete"jump jet that first flew in 1976 and operated with several squadrons. The aircraft served in the Falklands war in 1982 before returning to England and becoming an instructional aircraft. It last flew for the RAF in 1990, and has a total of 3,336 hours on the airframe. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

AMA Drone Report 03.23.17: New Canada Drone Regs, 'Anti-Drone'Race, Tiny Whoop
Thu, Mar 23,2017 03:32:23PM EST
Also: SELFLY Camera-Kickstarter, Turtle Tracking Drones, Drones Save Lives! The Canadian government has recently released new regulations for recreational drone operators that carry hefty penalties for violators... Even more so than those here in the US. The new rules apply to aircraft weighing between about half a pound and 77 pounds being flown non-commercially. Under the rules, recreational drones may not be flown higher than 90 meters above the ground; closer than 75 meters from buildings, vehicles, vessels, animals, people/crowds; and closer than 9 kilometers from the center of any "aerodrome"... defined as anywhere that aircraft take off and land. The rules also prohibit flight in controlled or restricted airspace, within about 5.6 miles of a forest fire, or anywhere the aircraft could interfere with police or first responders. Positing that we need anti-drone instruments, the folks of the TU Delft Micro Air Vehicle Lab (MAVLab) will host the first ever anti-drone competition, DroneClash, before the end of the year. During this competition, participants use their own drones to take down as many other drones as possible. But... they also need to avoid a whole series of anti-drone interventions. A company operating out of a basement in Fort Collins, CO is making what may be some of the smallest FPV drones available. The Tiny Whoop quadcopters were born of the mini-drone-racing trend. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 03.23.17: Citation Longitude Update, Lawn-Chair Balloonacy, Yuneec
Thu, Mar 23,2017 03:26:22PM EST
Also: Sea Vixen, FAA-UAS Symposium, Boeing Layoffs, Evada Aircraft, OneWeb, Legacy 450, MS A/C Sale The third aircraft in the Cessna Citation Longitude flight test program recently completed its first flight. Test pilots Corey Eckhart and UJ Pesonen, along with flight test engineer Mike Bradfield, successfully tested various systems throughout the one-hour and 40-minute flight. The aircraft will be used in the program for avionics and systems development, as well as collecting flight simulator data. The company has started assembly line flow in the company’s east campus Plant IV manufacturing facility, with the first four production Longitude aircraft currently in progress. In July of 2015, Calgary, Canada business owner Daniel Boria tied 100 industrial-grade helium balloons to a lawn chair and took off over the city in a stunt that he said was intended to promote his cleaning business. Last week, however, provincial court Judge Bruce Fraser assessed a hefty fine against Boria, calling the stunt "dumb and dangerous"and "unconscionably stupid."Boria pleaded guilty in December to charges of dangerous operation of an aircraft. In an agreement worked out with prosecutors, he will pay a $5,000 direct fine and contribute $20,000 to the charity of his choice, according to the report. Here’s proof positive that bad times can come to just about anyone... including a major high-flyer in the hobby drone market. An undisclosed number of employees of Yuneec USA will be losing their jobs as confirmed by the company late last week. The company issued a statement saying it was planning to "scale back our business structure to secure a balance between operational costs and revenue. We concluded that we upsized operations faster than our growth required."All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (03.24.17)
Thu, Mar 23,2017 01:56:34PM EST
FAA Aircraft Evaluation Groups (AEG) A listing of aircraft handbooks and manuals published by the FAA. Any reproduction or modification of this material from original FAA source material is solely the responsibility of the publisher.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (03.24.17): Aircraft Conflict
Thu, Mar 23,2017 01:56:05PM EST
Predicted conflict, within EDST of two aircraft, or between aircraft and airspace. A Red alert is used for conflicts when the predicted minimum separation is 5 nautical miles or less.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (03.24.17)
Thu, Mar 23,2017 01:55:27PM EST
“A good idea can be squandered if the implementation of that solution is not timely.” Source: GAMA Board Member and Sabreliner Aviation President and Innova Aerospace Executive Vice President of Corporate Development Greg Fedele.

ANN FAQ: What Does The API Mean To You
Thu, Mar 23,2017 01:54:52PM EST
Engaging The Aviation World's Pivotal Organizations, Interests And Viewpoints The Airborne Partnership Initiative, we call it the API, is a plan developed by ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, to build a synergistic, industry-wide, aviation/aerospace news program. Our aim is to grow this program to include a significant portion, if not a majority, of the aviation world’s pivotal organizations, interests, and viewpoints.

Alaska Airlines, Virgin America Share Vision For The Future
Thu, Mar 23,2017 01:54:49PM EST
Virgin America Brand Will Be Retired In 2019 Alaska Airlines and Virgin America have shared their vision for the future of the combined carrier. After careful consideration, the combined company will adopt Alaska's name and logo, retiring the Virgin America name likely sometime in 2019.

CALC Delivers Two Airbus A320 To AirAsia Group
Thu, Mar 23,2017 01:53:57PM EST
Leasing Company Delivered A Total Of 18 Aircraft In 2016 China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings Limited has completed the deliveries of one Airbus A320 each to AirAsia Berhad and Thai AirAsia.

UAV Market Takes Off For Intelligent Energy
Thu, Mar 23,2017 01:53:16PM EST
Signs Deal To Deliver Fuel Cell Systems For Unmanned Aircraft Intelligent Energy has signed a deal with PINC to supply its air cooled fuel cell systems for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), marking Intelligent Energy’s first sale of fuel cell systems for UAVs as the Company moves forward with the commercialization of its technology.

Southeast Aerospace Partners With Wisetouch Interiors
Thu, Mar 23,2017 01:52:20PM EST
Will Provide Aircraft Interior Design, Refurbishment, Other Services Central Florida-based Southeast Aerospace has announced the formation of a partnership with Wisetouch Interiors to provide aircraft interior design, refurbishment, and manufacturing for its diverse customer base.

F-16 Production To Move To Greenville, SC
Thu, Mar 23,2017 01:51:40PM EST
Lockheed Martin Will Concentrate On F-35s In Texas The production line for Lockheed Martin's F-16 fighter jets will be moved from Ft. Worth, TX to Greenville, SC, according to company officials.

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