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Airborne-Unmanned 02.13.18: FAA UAS Symposium, Airbus Delivers, Manned EHANG 184
Fri, Feb 16,2018 10:17:41PM EST
Also: UAS Pilot Code, FAA Drone Program, SkyWatch Funding, Quantix Hybrid UAS For Farmers The FAA and AUVSI will co-host the 3rd Annual FAA Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Symposium on March 6-8, 2018 at the Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD. The Symposium will bring together representatives from the FAA, other government agencies, industry and academia to discuss the latest issues related to the burgeoning use of unmanned aircraft and their integration into the National Airspace System. There will be panels, breakout sessions, and workshops during the three-day event. Airbus Helicopters’ Skyways unmanned air vehicle has successfully completed its first flight demonstration at the National University of Singapore (NUS). The drone took off from its dedicated maintenance center and landed on the roof of a specially designed parcel station where a parcel was automatically loaded via a robotic arm. Once successfully loaded with the parcel, the Skyways drone took off again and returned to land, demonstrating its automatic unloading capability. What started as an unmanned prototype has now demonstrated its ability to carry passengers. EHANG has released footage of the latest test flights of their self-flying passenger aircraft or Autonomous Aerial Vehicle (AAV). The EHANG 184 series is the world's first passenger drone capable of carrying a single person at up to 70 knots and in Force 7 typhoon conditions. Among the 40 or so passengers who helped in this crucial testing phase were WANG Dong, deputy mayor of Guangzhou, and EHANG founder and CEO, Huazhi Hu. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

AMA Drone Report 02.15.18: AMA Expo East, Skydio R1, TSB Canada Report
Fri, Feb 16,2018 10:17:29PM EST
Also: DJI Knowledge Quiz, GoFly Competition, Drone ID Rules Coming, FAA Unenthusiastic About Prosecuting? The Academy of Model Aeronautics will host the annual AMA Expo East at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, New Jersey February 23 - 25. The three-day expo will provide new and seasoned hobbyists of all ages with hands-on opportunities to learn about building and flying model aircraft and drones. This includes flying demonstrations, FPV drone racing with the AMA flight simulator and more. AMA Expo East will also include Home School Day on Friday, February 23. During this day, home school students will have a chance to experience RC flight simulators, try model and drone flying, watch RC boat demos and more. There is a new flying camera on the market which its maker claims is a step toward the future of autonomous drones and enabling a new type of visual storytelling. Skydio, a California-based company, has announced the availability of the company's first product: R1, a fully autonomous flying camera. R1 was reportedly built from the ground up for autonomous flight and is powered by the Skydio Autonomy Engine, enabling it to see and understand the world around it so that it can fly safely at high speeds while avoiding obstacles, even in dense and challenging environments. The Transportation Board Canada has released its final report on a collision between a Beechcraft King Air A100 and an alleged UAV on October 12, 2017. The King Air was operating as IFR flight to Québec/Jean-Lesage International Airport with 2 pilots and 6 passengers on board. On final approach, the flight crew reportedly observed a drone, about the size of a dinner plate, in front of the left wing. The pilot had no time to take evasive action. The impact was ‘unavoidable,’ and the drone disintegrated. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 02.14.18: PC-24 Delivered!, Another Icon Sinks, Replica Apollo Computer
Fri, Feb 16,2018 10:14:26PM EST
Also: LEAP Engine, Gogo AVANCE L3, DC Small Aircraft Detection, 2017 Airline Bumping Rate In a ceremony held at Pilatus Business Aircraft Ltd in Broomfield, CO, the first production PC-24 twin jet was handed over to U.S. customer PlaneSense. The aircraft is the first of six PC-24s which PlaneSense has on order with Pilatus. In addition to the larger cabin and faster speed, PlaneSense will take advantage of the PC-24’s unique cargo door, short field performance, and ability to land on grass runways to access locations which traditional business jets are unable to use. It’s a regrettably familiar story... The pilot of an Icon A5 ran into problems after landing in the water near Lighthouse Beach Park on Sanibel Island, FL Friday. FAA records indicate that it is owned by Jet Mist Holdings LLC, which is incorporated in Connecticut. The airplane was issued an airworthiness certificate on December 20 of last year. According to the report, the plane landed safely in San Carlos Bay, but began taking on water. It became too heavy to take off again. A couple of entrepreneurs who were not even teenagers when the Apollo 11 mission first placed men on the Moon have launched a Kickstarter campaign to build replicas of the DSKY (Display Keyboard) interface used on every Apollo mission. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 02.16.18: R66 Wire-Strike Protection, Elk v Helo, Trump Budget
Fri, Feb 16,2018 10:14:06PM EST
Also: Red Bull Picks Hartzell, SNC Dream Chaser, CH-53K Demo's Vehicle Lift, Emirates Firms Up A380 Orders Robinson has added wire strike protection provisions to its R66 options list. Available only on R66 helicopters, the provisions are FAA certified and allow for easy, bolt-on installation of Magellan’s WSPS (Wire Strike Protection System) sold separately by Magellan Aerospace, Winnipeg, Canada. Robinson provisions add seven pounds to the empty weight of the helicopter and include reinforcement and attach points on the windshield bow, roof, and chin, with low-profile deflectors near the ground handling ball and forward landing gear struts. The system retails for $4,200. An elk brought down a helicopter that was attempting to capture it last week in Wasatch County, UT when it jumped into the aircraft's tail rotor, according to the Wasatch County Sheriff's Office. The aircraft, a Hughes 369D, was flying at an altitude of about 10 feet in a mountainous region of eastern Utah, attempting to drop a net on the animal. The Texas-based helicopter crew intended to capture and sedate the animal in order to place a tracking collar on it. GAMA and NATA have joined a number of aviation advocacy organizations opposing the proposal in President Trump's budget that would shift control of ATC from the FAA to a private entity. “The U.S. has the safest, most efficient, most technically advanced system in the world. Many other countries around the world utilize airspace system modernization technologies and procedures that the FAA designed and implemented,"said GAMA president and CEO Pete Bunce. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 02.16.18: R66 Wire-Strike Protection, Elk v Helo, Trump Budget
Fri, Feb 16,2018 10:13:50PM EST
Also: Red Bull Picks Hartzell, SNC Dream Chaser, CH-53K Demo's Vehicle Lift, Emirates Firms Up A380 Orders Robinson has added wire strike protection provisions to its R66 options list. Available only on R66 helicopters, the provisions are FAA certified and allow for easy, bolt-on installation of Magellan’s WSPS (Wire Strike Protection System) sold separately by Magellan Aerospace, Winnipeg, Canada. Robinson provisions add seven pounds to the empty weight of the helicopter and include reinforcement and attach points on the windshield bow, roof, and chin, with low-profile deflectors near the ground handling ball and forward landing gear struts. The system retails for $4,200. An elk brought down a helicopter that was attempting to capture it last week in Wasatch County, UT when it jumped into the aircraft's tail rotor, according to the Wasatch County Sheriff's Office. The aircraft, a Hughes 369D, was flying at an altitude of about 10 feet in a mountainous region of eastern Utah, attempting to drop a net on the animal. The Texas-based helicopter crew intended to capture and sedate the animal in order to place a tracking collar on it. GAMA and NATA have joined a number of aviation advocacy organizations opposing the proposal in President Trump's budget that would shift control of ATC from the FAA to a private entity. “The U.S. has the safest, most efficient, most technically advanced system in the world. Many other countries around the world utilize airspace system modernization technologies and procedures that the FAA designed and implemented,"said GAMA president and CEO Pete Bunce. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

NBAA Announces Recipients Of 2018 Leadership Conference Scholarships
Fri, Feb 16,2018 11:13:00AM EST
Five Individuals To Receive $2,000 Equivalent To Cover Leadership Conference Expenses The NBAA has announced that the association’s Business Aviation Management Committee (BAMC) has selected five individuals as recipients of 2018 Leadership Conference Scholarships.

Flight Test Showcases Success Of BAE Semi-Autonomous Software
Fri, Feb 16,2018 11:12:05AM EST
Distributed Battle Management System Tested By DARPA, AFRL DARPA and the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) recently completed an 11-day flight test regimen on BAE Systems'semi-autonomous software in a category called Distributed Battle Management (DBM), which is the process of providing timely and relevant information to operators and pilots when communication is not assured, so they can better manage and control air-to-air and air-to-ground combat in contested environments.

The Revival Of Braden Airpark
Fri, Feb 16,2018 11:11:11AM EST
Pennsylvania Airport Has Seen Some Recent Rough Times New investment is being made by the Lehigh-Northampton Airport Authority in Braden Airpark (N43), one of three airports controlled by the authority.

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Pilot Says Drone Caused Him To Crash His Helicopter
Fri, Feb 16,2018 10:57:52AM EST
Claims He Was Performing Maneuvers To Avoid Collision With A Quadcopter At Low Altitude A helicopter went down in the extreme southern portion of Daniel Island near North Charleston, SC Wednesday, and the pilot says he was maneuvering to avoid collision with a drone when the accident occurred.

Jets Still Landing At KSMO
Fri, Feb 16,2018 10:54:32AM EST
Resident Complain To The City About Noise Despite the runway being shortened to 3,500 feet, jets are still landing at Santa Monica Airport (KSMO), much to the consternation of some residents living near the airport.

FAA Certifies Boeing 737 MAX 9
Fri, Feb 16,2018 10:47:42AM EST
Awards Amended Type Certificate To Newest Member Of The 737 MAX Family The FAA has amended the type certificate for the 737 MAX to include the -9 variant, clearing the way for deliveries to begin quickly. This certification marks the culmination of a successful flight test program that began in March 2017 with two Boeing flight test airplanes. The FAA certification affirms that the airplane's handling, systems and overall performance all comply with required aviation regulations.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (02.17.18)
Fri, Feb 16,2018 10:43:47AM EST
"Our teams built superior capabilities into the MAX 9 and proved them all the way through flight test. We're looking forward to bringing this airplane to market for our valued customers."Source: Keith Leverkuhn, vice president and general manager of the 737 MAX program, Boeing Commercial Airplanes.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (02.17.18)
Fri, Feb 16,2018 10:41:55AM EST
Beechcraft Heritage Museum A must-see for all Beech fans. The collection has been accumulated via donation or loan of aircraft and artifacts.

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