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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.17.24): Total Estimated Elapsed Time [ICAO]
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:43:38PM EST
Total Estimated Elapsed Time [ICAO] For IFR flights, the estimated time required from takeoff to arrive over that designated point, defined by reference to navigation aids, from which it is intended that an instrument approach procedure will be commenced, or, if no navigation aid is associated with the destination aerodrome, to arrive over the destination aerodrome. For VFR flights, the estimated time required from takeoff to arrive over the destination aerodrome.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (02.17.24)
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:43:35PM EST
“Failing to adhere to the safety requirements for flying drones endangers people and property. All drone operators have a responsibility to ensure that they observe all applicable regulations and guidance. Our office is committed to ensuring total compliance with the FAA regulations and we will vigorously enforce violations wherever we find them.” Source: US Atty, Jacqueline C. Romero, who is hitting the media with the announcement that she has filed a complaint in US District Court against Drone Pilot, Michael DiCiurcio, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (02.18.24)
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:43:32PM EST
“NASA scientific instruments are on their way to the Moon – a giant leap for humanity as we prepare to return to the lunar surface for the first time in more than half a century. These daring Moon deliveries will not only conduct new science at the Moon, but they are supporting a growing commercial space economy while showing the strength of American technology and innovation. We have so much to learn through CLPS flights that will help us shape the future of human exploration for the Artemis Generation.” Source: From a NASA statement recognizing the latest attempt to put a Lander on the Moon.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.18.24): VFR Not Recommended
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:43:29PM EST
VFR Not Recommended An advisory provided by a flight service station to a pilot during a preflight or inflight weather briefing that flight under visual flight rules is not recommended. To be given when the current and/or forecast weather conditions are at or below VFR minimums. It does not abrogate the pilot's authority to make his/her own decision.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (02.18.24)
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:43:26PM EST
Aero Linx: International Auster Club Welcome to The International Auster Club... The oldest specific aircraft type club in the United Kingdom and possibly in the world. There are currently 340 active members in our club, sharing their knowledge and experience. You do not need to be an owner or pilot to join us. We welcome any enthusiast.

Klyde Morris (02.16.24)
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:43:23PM EST
Klyde Deals With Some Embarrassing Stats... FMI: www.klydemorris.com

Airborne 02.16.24: SnF Constellation!, Drone Soccer, VTOL Challenge
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:43:19PM EST
Also: Mandatory CVR Upgrades?, Joby Air Taxi, Hartzell in India, Tuskegee NEXT Summer Program A rare appearance by the Lockheed VC-121A “MacArthur Bataan” is scheduled for this year's Sun 'n Fun 2024, granting attendees a chance to see one of the last 2 survivors of the type. MacArthur Bataan, manufactured in 1948, cuts a familiar cold war figure as a classic rendition of a 4-engined prop airliner. The quintessentially post-war design language has yet to be seen again, with a distinctive tri-tail design, sloping roofline, rounded wing, and 4 monstrous radial engines. The Academy of Model Aeronautics reiterated a partnership it's held iwth the US Drone Soccer program, drawing additional attention to the group's STEM-focused educational opportunities. The AMA boosted a statement from USDS announcing preparations for the first District Championships next month, marking off a big milestone in the fledgling activity organization. A new incentive campaign seeks to seed out the design for a single-occupant, autonomous, emergency response aircraft with a $2 million dollar prize up for grabs. The deal was announced at the Vertical Flight Society’s Transformative Vertical Flight meeting earlier this month as the GoAERO Prize. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (02.19.24)
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:43:14PM EST
“Seaplanes will be the most convenient way to reach the Perhentian Islands. Currently, it takes a time-consuming 6-hour road journey followed by a one-hour ferry ride from the port in Kuala Besut. With our 11-seater aircraft, travelers will benefit from time savings as it will transport passengers from Kuala Lumpur to land directly in the waters near the beachside resort. At the same time, we preserve the islands pristine environment and natural forests which would otherwise be felled for airport construction.” Source: Ikhasas group managing director, Ir. Tan Chee Kian, commenting on their acquisition of a brand spanking new Grand Caravan EX Amphib... a great way to get around... on or off land.

Airborne-NextGen 02.13.24: Global Hydrogen Flt, AMA v FAA, Bell HSVTOL
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:43:11PM EST
Also: Dubai Air Taxi, Archer Readies 3, Axiom 3 Mission, Scout Helo Kaput Swiss Explorer Bertrand Piccard, the first man to fly nonstop around the world using both a balloon and a solar-powered aircraft, is calling his next journey: hydrogen-powered circumnavigation in 2028. Piccard will be working with Climate Impulse, a brand that will support him in his mission to make an around-the-world flight that generates zero harmful emissions. The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation passed the bipartisan Senate FAA Reauthorization Act of 2023. The legislation includes several provisions to strengthen safety standards and oversight at the FAA and responds to safety concerns from recent aviation accidents and near-misses. The AMA Government Affairs team confirmed that AMA’s amendment was included in the bill’s Managers Package, which will ultimately become part of the final Senate bill. Bell recently showcased High-Speed Vertical Takeoff and Landing (HSVTOL) technology capabilities upon completion of testing efforts at Holloman Air Force Base. The team has utilized the Holloman High-Speed Test Track to demonstrate the folding rotor, integrated propulsion, and flight control technologies at representative flight speeds. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-NextGen!!!

Airborne Affordable Flyers 02.15.24: Viking Engines, UL Instructors, Rotax FlyIn
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:43:07PM EST
Also: Midwest Aviation Expo, Hartzell-RAF, IAC Needs Help, AMA-FAA Reauth ANN had the pleasure to drop in for a part of the 6th Annual Viking Engine Workshop... which turned out to be crammed with current engine flyers and a number of folks getting ready to do so. Nearly 80 people were hosted by the Viking organization who explained their engine lines and answered a number of questions, providing provided extensive insight into the rationale for their engine line... Another aviation-oriented Change.org petition has surfaced... at least until it offends someone and the Change.Org folks take it down... this time, the petition addresses the serious deficit in our ultralight instruction ranks and seeks the FAA's action in fixing this serious matter. Rotax is taking its Fly-In on the road, moving beyond its historical stomping ground of Wels, Austria. The 2024 Fly-In World Tour will see them touch down in Australia, Argentina, Canada, too, allowing more of their international market to get in on the fun. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 02.14.24: Iran 747 Repo!, Unmanned Caravan, NetJets Deal
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:43:01PM EST
Also: Next-Gen Space Suit, Enstrom Repair Station, AIAA Honors Langford, FAA on Mental Health A Boeing 747 once owned and operated by Iranian carrier Mahan Air has been handed over to the US authorities, after the country filed a complaint that the plane's sale to a Venezuelan cargo line violated sanctions. The aircraft was sold off from Mahan Air to Empresa de Transporte Aéreocargo del Sur SA, a subsidiary of CONVIASA, a state-owned company in Venezuela. Reliable Robotics has hit another milestone on its way to FAA certification of its autopilot and navigation systems. The company established an agreement with the FAA on what testing and analysis is required to show that the 'highly automated systems satisfy FAA safety and performance requirements for operations'throughout national airspace. The NetJets Association of Shared Aircraft Pilots and NetJets corporate reached an Agreement in Principle, which should set the table for a return to normality at the operator. The Agreement in Principle is being reviewed by the Negotiating Committee. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (02.19.24)
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:42:51PM EST
Aero Linx: Cardinal Flyers Online The Cardinal Flyers are a group of owners, operators and flyers of the Cessna 177 Cardinal. This is our web home, the Cardinal Flyers Online. Our purpose is to bring Cardinal Flyers together around the world, both virtually and physically, while communicating our member's experiences, wisdom and knowledge in creative and effective ways. We are about technical knowledge exchange, but also about building a community of Cardinal owners. We do this through our CFO Community, and this web system. This web system currently contains over 2000 pages and 15,000 images and files.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.19.24): Visual Climb Over Airport (VCOA)
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:42:47PM EST
Visual Climb Over Airport (VCOA) A departure option for an IFR aircraft, operating in visual meteorological conditions equal to or greater than the specified visibility and ceiling, to visually conduct climbing turns over the airport to the published “climb-to” altitude from which to proceed with the instrument portion of the departure. VCOA procedures are developed to avoid obstacles greater than 3 statute miles from the departure end of the runway as an alternative to complying with climb gradients greater than 200 feet per nautical mile. Pilots are responsible to advise ATC as early as possible of the intent to fly the VCOA option prior to departure. These textual procedures are published in the `Take-Off Minimums and (Obstacle) Departure Procedures'section of the Terminal Procedures Publications and/or appear as an option on a Graphic ODP.

Klyde Morris (02.19.24)
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:42:43PM EST
Klyde Bemoans The Reality of Recurrency... FMI: www.klydemorris.com

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.20.24): Remote Communications Outlet (RCO)
Tue, Feb 20,2024 07:42:36PM EST
Remote Communications Outlet (RCO) An unmanned communications facility remotely controlled by air traffic personnel. RCOs serve FSSs. Remote Transmitter/Receivers (RTR) serve terminal ATC facilities. An RCO or RTR may be UHF or VHF and will extend the communication range of the air traffic facility. There are several classes of RCOs and RTRs. The class is determined by the number of transmitters or receivers. Classes A through G are used primarily for air/ground purposes. RCO and RTR class O facilities are nonprotected outlets subject to undetected and prolonged outages. RCO (O's) and RTR (O's) were established for the express purpose of providing ground-to-ground communications between air traffic control specialists and pilots located at a satellite airport for delivering en route clearances, issuing departure authorizations, and acknowledging instrument flight rules cancellations or departure/landing times. As a secondary function, they may be used for advisory purposes whenever the aircraft is below the coverage of the primary air/ground frequency.

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