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Airborne 06.26.15: UAV Pilot Exonerated, WTC Base Jumpers Acquitted, AeroWatch
Sun, Jun 28,2015 09:27:29PM EST
Also: Pilot Record, Barnstorming, Pan Am Sim, New Columbus PD Unit, Erickson Firefighters, UAV Insurance Flts, Quest Upgrades David Beesmer had been arrested in 2014 after capturing video of the outside of a medical building in the town of Ulster. Beesmer said he knew that the camera on the quadcopter would not be able to see into the windows of the Mid-Hudson Medical Group building, but also admits that it was a "huge error in judgement"to aim the camera at exam rooms in the building. Beesmer was charged with two counts of Attempted Unlawful Surveillance. The first trial ended in a mistrial and in the second trial the jury returned a verdict of "not guilty."Here’s another aerial legal case that also involved the leveling of criminal charges. Three BASE jumpers who leaped from the top of the One World Trade Center in September, 2013 have been acquitted of the most serious charge leveled against them, but were found guilty of lesser charges associated with the stunt. AeroWatch, which was just released by Post River Software, tracks airport delays and stoppages at all commercial airports in the US. Data is retrieved directly from the FAA servers. Airports are listed with red or green indications to let the user know if flights are being delayed at any given airport. All this... and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Aero-News: Quote Of The Day (06.29.15)
Sun, Jun 28,2015 05:00:07PM EST
“SpaceX has demonstrated extraordinary capabilities in its first six cargo resupply missions to the station, and we know they can replicate that success. We will work with and support SpaceX to assess what happened, understand the specifics of the failure and correct it to move forward. This is a reminder that spaceflight is an incredible challenge, but we learn from each success and each setback. Today's launch attempt will not deter us from our ambitious human spaceflight program.” Source: Administrator Charles Bolden, commenting on the loss, Sunday, of the SpaceX Commercial Resupply Services 7 (CRS-7) mission.

Klyde Morris (06.29.15)
Sun, Jun 28,2015 04:48:30PM EST
Klyde's A Little Down (And More Than A Little Opinionated) Over The SpaceX Loss.... FMI:

Updated: A Sorry First -- Falcon 9 Launch Fails Just Prior To Staging
Sun, Jun 28,2015 12:51:42PM EST
Catastrophic Vehicle Failure Comes Just As Confidence in System Soared ANN REALTIME Update, 1152 ET, 06.28.15: Elon Musk has tweeted the following... "There was an overpressure event in the upper stage liquid oxygen tank. Data suggests counterintuitive cause... That's all we can say with confidence right now. Will have more to say following a thorough fault tree analysis."Original Story: Another day, another regrettable story... though, in this case, there has been no loss of life. ANN has confirmed that today's attempted launch of a SpaceX Falcon 9 launch vehicle as part of the NASA CRS-7 ISS resupply program failed shortly before first stage separation at an altitude estimated at 45 km. The video shows no apparent instability or non-ballistic behavior, just a symmetrical flare-up and the rapid disintegration of the vehicle. The vehicle stopped transmitting data at 139 seconds into the launch. SpaceX has announced that they will have a News Conference later today, but no earlier than 1230 ET.

NASA's Bolden Comments On SpaceX/CRS-7 Loss
Sun, Jun 28,2015 12:47:27PM EST
NASA Administrator Notes Other Resupply Efforts On Schedule The following is a statement from NASA Administrator Charles Bolden on the loss Sunday of the SpaceX Commercial Resupply Services 7 (CRS-7) mission. “We are disappointed in the loss of the latest SpaceX cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station. However, the astronauts are safe aboard the station and have sufficient supplies for the next several months. We will work closely with SpaceX to understand what happened, fix the problem and return to flight...

Airshow Pilot, Steve O'Berg, Lost in Airshow Accident
Sat, Jun 27,2015 11:49:35PM EST
Media Handling Of The Story Leaves Much To Be Desired (Surprise!) ANN regrets to report that airshow pilot Steve O'Berg has reportedly perished in an accident while conducting an airshow routine at the Cameron Airshow, Saturday afternoon, in Cameron, MO. The Red and White Pitts S2-B apparently failed to complete a descending maneuver sequence and impacted the ground, amid trees, under circumstances yet to be properly documented. Despite what was reported to be a fairly swift med-evac from the site, O'Berg perished from his injuries. O'Berg had an impressive background...

AAAE Questions Airline Opposition To PFC Update
Sat, Jun 27,2015 08:22:16PM EST
Bag Fees Nears $22 Billion Since 2008 With the U.S. Department of Transportation reporting more than $1.6 billion in additional bag fee and ancillary revenue flowing to airlines in the first quarter of 2015, the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) is questioning the opposition of carriers to updating a local airport user fee known as the Passenger Facility Charge (PFC), last adjusted by Congress 15 years ago, that finances the construction of new runways, terminals and other airport improvements.

State Helicopter Helps Spot Pot Farm In Tennessee
Sat, Jun 27,2015 08:22:01PM EST
Marijuana Being Grown On National Forest Service Property A helicopter from the Tennessee Governor's Marijuana Eradication Task Force was instrumental in the location of a pot farm being cultivated in the Cherokee National Forest in Unicoi County, TN.

Pilots Develop App To Track Airport Delays
Sat, Jun 27,2015 08:21:48PM EST
AeroWatch Uses FAA Information To Track Issues An app developed by a group of pilots is putting airport delay information right in the palm of your hand on your iOS device.

Allstate To Begin UAV Flights For Insurance Assessments
Sat, Jun 27,2015 08:21:35PM EST
Property Drone Consortium Awarded Section 333 Exemption Insurance company Allstate has been given the green light from the FAA which will allow the company to fly unmanned aircraft to research property claims made by its customers.

Caravan Exhaust Deflector Now Available For More Aircraft All Caravan Models
Sat, Jun 27,2015 08:21:20PM EST
All Caravan Models Now Eligible For Retrofit Eligibility for the Cessna Caravan series exhaust deflector developed by Wipaire has been extended.

UAVs Aide Whale Hunters In Alaska
Sat, Jun 27,2015 08:21:06PM EST
Aircraft Developed By University Of Alaska, Fairbanks, Scouted Ice For Paths To Open Water Whale hunters in Alaska normally spend days or weeks breaking paths by hand through winter ice in an effort to open channels to the ocean. But this year, a UAV developed by a student the University of Alaska, Fairbanks made that process easier.

Aero-News: Quote Of The Day (06.28.15)
Sat, Jun 27,2015 08:20:47PM EST
"We may find none of these ideas will work... On the other hand, we could learn they look promising and worth additional longer-term investment."Source: Doug Rohn, NASA’s Transformative Aeronautics Concepts Program director in the agency's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate (ARMD), discussing NASA's selection of six proposals to study transformative ideas that might expand what's possible in aviation, shifting the boundary between fantastic and futuristic.

Las Vegas'Most Extreme Attraction Takes Flight In San Diego
Sat, Jun 27,2015 08:17:43PM EST
Sky Combat Ace Invites Thrill-Seekers To Experience Aerial Adventures High Above The San Diego Coastline The extreme adventure Sky Combat Ace (SCA) has opened its 2nd location in San Diego, offering an opportunity to grab the controls of high-performance stunt planes to experience aerial dogfights and wild aerobatic flights of non-stop spins, barrel rolls and loops high above the San Diego coast.

Airbus Group Grows With Safe Air
Sat, Jun 27,2015 08:16:51PM EST
Will Become A Fully-Integrated Part Of The Larger Company July 1 Airbus Group Australia Pacific has grown its business through the acquisition of Safe Air, securing its future as a regional integrated through-life-support provider.

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