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Thu, Dec 12,2013 10:24:54PM EST
Says Disregard For Rulemaking Process Warrants Withdrawal Of Cylinder AD Proposal The Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) has warned the FAA that its disregard of basic requirements for promulgating a safety regulation required an immediate withdrawal of a notice of proposed rulemaking.
Thu, Dec 12,2013 08:07:40PM EST
Fee To Increase 124 Percent If The Deal Goes Through The budget deal worked out between Republican Congressman Paul Ryan and Democratic Senator Patty Murray would boost a tax paid by airline passengers by 124 percent to fund the TSA. The two lawmakers chair the budget committees in their respective houses of Congress.
Thu, Dec 12,2013 08:07:04PM EST
Also: Pilot Shortage, 777X Hopefuls, Volcano Warning, F/A-18 Anniversary, Pearl Harbor Vet Mistreated by Airline It flies... and apparently does so fairly well. The joint venture between Textron AirLand and AirLand Enterprises has produced a flying prototype of the Scorpion Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR)/Strike aircraft. The bird completed its first flight at 10:30 AM Central Time. The aircraft took off from McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita, Kansas and conducted a range of handling maneuvers for approximately 1.4 hours of flight. Today’s flight marks one of the fastest developments of a US-built tactical jet, progressing from initial design to first flight in less than 24 months. A group of lawmakers has decided to try and force the FAA to do what it clearly did not want to do... namely, free many (but not all) Private Pilots of being required to hold a Third Class medical certificate. The International Council of Airshows, also known as ICAS, has filed an Amicus Brief to support EAA in its suit brought against the FAA. The suit filed by EAA against the FAA was made to recover charges incurred for FAA air traffic control participation at EAA AirVenture 2013. ICAS claims their organization may be materially affected by a decision in this case. All this... and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!
Thu, Dec 12,2013 04:22:27PM EST
The Boultbee Academy This site came to our attention from a story about actor Brad Pitt purchasing a Spitfire airplane. This is where he will learn to fly his new acquisition.
Thu, Dec 12,2013 04:21:41PM EST
The function performed by the FMS/ RNAV to alert the pilot at some time or distance prior to, or when reaching, the active waypoint.
Thu, Dec 12,2013 04:20:54PM EST
"We found that a misunderstanding between Ames and DLA-Energy personnel rather than intentional misconduct led to H211 enjoying the discounted fuel rate for flights that had no NASA-related mission."Source: NASA Inspector General's Report.
Thu, Dec 12,2013 04:20:18PM EST
It's For Real! ANN REALTIME NewsBug Released To ANN Readers, Worldwide For those of you using a windows PC (MAC version in the works... we promise), a new REALTIME News Service from the Aviation World’s DAILY News Service, the Aero-News Network (ANN), will let you know when our REALTIME, award-winning NewsFeed has been updated.
Thu, Dec 12,2013 04:20:15PM EST
Accused Of Helping Her Husband Cover Up Accident Details, Pay 'Hush Money'Supermodel Elle McPherson has been accused of assisting her husband, billionaire Jeffery Soffer, of conspiring to cover up details of a helicopter accident on Great Gauna Cay in the Bahamas last year. A lawsuit seeks $100 million for the wrongful death of attorney Lance Valdez in Miami federal court.
Thu, Dec 12,2013 04:18:14PM EST
He And His Wife Plead 'Not Guilty'To The Charges A former employee of United Airlines and his wife accused of stealing a passenger's luggage during the confusion that followed the Asiana Flight 214 accident have pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Thu, Dec 12,2013 04:15:14PM EST
Forty Students From Around The Country Receive Education Awards NASA's Minority University Research and Education Project (MUREP) has awarded fellowships and scholarships for the 2013-2014 academic year to 40 graduate and undergraduate students from across the United States to increase diversity in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines.
Thu, Dec 12,2013 04:13:51PM EST
Carrier Sought Compensation For Dreamliner Downtime Poland's flagship carrier LOT has come to terms with Boeing for compensation following the grounding of the Dreamliner fleet for technical issues. The actual amount of compensation was not disclosed.
Thu, Dec 12,2013 04:12:27PM EST
Parachutes Became Entangled, But Quick Actions Saved The Jumpers Two members of the U.S. Army's Golden Knights Parachute Team have been awarded Soldiers Medals for lifesaving actions during a jump over Homestead FL on February 15.
Thu, Dec 12,2013 04:10:27PM EST
FAA Has Issued Type Inspection Authorization For The Larger Dreamliner On his company blog, Boeing VP for commercial aircraft marketing Randy Tinseth says that the 787-9 has entered a new phase of flight testing after the company was granted type inspection authorization (TIA) for the airplane. The FAA will now bring its personnel to join the Boeing team on 787-9 test flights to gather the data required for certification.
Thu, Dec 12,2013 04:00:37PM EST
ATK Achieves 'Significant Milestone'As Booster Integrator NASA and ATK have successfully completed two key avionics tests for the solid rocket boosters for the space agency's new heavy lift rocket, the Space Launch System (SLS). The avionics tests, called hot fires, operate the booster's thrust vector control (TVC) system as if the booster were actually launching the SLS on a mission. The tests were conducted at ATK's Promontory, Utah, facility.
Thu, Dec 12,2013 03:59:18PM EST
Reports Ceiling 200 Feet And Visibility Of 2.5 Miles The NTSB has issued a preliminary report on an accident in Jacksonville, FL December 8 that resulted in the fatal injury of all three people on board a Cessna 310 which went down during a missed approach procedure in IFR conditions.
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