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FAA Grants NATA Requested Extension on Crewmember Relief
Sun, May 31,2020 08:38:07PM EST
Two Exemptions Are Available To All Part 119 Certificated Carriers Operating Under Part 135 The FAA has granted a NATA request for an extension to exemptions regarding certain crew training and checking requirements. The two exemptions, available to all Part 119 certificated carriers operating under Part 135, were initially granted to NATA in late March, with Exemption No. 18509 A extended until 07/31/2020 and Exemption No. 18510 A extended until 10/31/2020. Operators that submitted a Letter of Intent prior to May 29, 2020, in accordance with the original issuance of this exemption have met the requirement of Condition and Limitation No. 1 and do not have to submit another letter. Also, operators will be required to update the safety risk assessment or safety analysis and corresponding risk mitigations. Every Part 135 operator should obtain and carefully review these exemptions.

Maintaining Aero-History: Spirit of B-26 Marauder Lives On At Barksdale AFB
Sun, May 31,2020 07:50:01PM EST
B-52 Stratofortress Named After The Record-Setting B-26 When World War II ended in 1945, a Martin B-26 Marauder named Flak-Bait had flown 207 missions — more than any other U.S. plane in the conflict. But its achievement was lost to history until three Barksdale Air Force Base crew chiefs named a B-52 Stratofortress after the record-setting B-26. Flak-Bait lived up to its name during the war. It sustained hits on almost every mission, once having its hydraulics shot out, and twice losing its electrical system to German 88mm guns. On two other sorties, it returned home on only a single engine. By war’s end, the bomber endured more than 1,000 strikes. Not a single panel on it had gone unscathed. After the war, it was disassembled and shipped in crates to the National Air and Space Museum’s storage facility in Washington D.C. It remained in storage for decades, its name and history largely forgotten to current generations of bomber aircrew.

CBP Monitored MN Unrest Via Predator
Sun, May 31,2020 06:41:00PM EST
Predator Spotted Over Minneapolis After Surveiling US Border With Canada A number of soruces created a bit of a fuss when they notred that a CBP Predtor was operating over Minneapolis during recent riots and other unrest. Investigative journalist, Jason Paladino (@jason_paladino), was one of the first to provide substantive detail, but first tweeted that, "NOW: @CBP Predator Drone #CPB104 circling over Minneapolis at 20K feet. Took off from Grand Forks Air Force Base."CBP copped to it fairly quickly, once the matter received public attention, noting (on Friday) that, “Earlier today a U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Air and Marine Operations (AMO) unmanned aircraft system was preparing to provide live video to aid in situational awareness at the request of our federal law enforcement partners in Minneapolis. The unmanned aircraft system provides live video feed to ground law enforcement, giving them situational awareness, maximizing public safety, while minimizing the threat to personnel and assets...

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (06.01.20)
Sun, May 31,2020 06:23:29PM EST
"It is with great disappointment that due to the rigid Covid-19 restrictions imposed by Governor Pritzker and the State of Illinois, the 2020 TBM Avenger Reunion and Salute to Veterans will not be held in Peru this year. Our committee explored every possible avenue to hold this annual event in our city. Unfortunately the current state of the Illinois shutdown prevented us from planning and giving you the premier event you've come to expect. However - All is not lost."Source: Cary Miller, the Chairman of the TBM Reunion and Salute to Veterans -- who has been dealing with some serious issues in trying to put together a much anticipated warbird event -- but has come up with a solution for this year.

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Sun, May 31,2020 06:21:26PM EST
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Orbital Homecoming: ISS Welcomes Demo-2 Crew
Sun, May 31,2020 06:18:16PM EST
Enough Of The Ride... It's Time To Get To Work! In what was observed to be an exceptionally smooth approach, NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley arrived at the International Space Station on Sunday aboard the first commercially built and operated American spacecraft to carry humans to orbit, opening a new era in human spaceflight. The pair of astronauts docked to the space station’s Harmony module at 10:16 a.m. EDT Sunday. Behnken and Hurley, the first astronauts to fly to SpaceX’s Crew Dragon to the station, were welcomed as crew members of Expedition 63 by fellow NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy and two Russian cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner.

Nav Canada Fees to Rise -- A Lot
Sun, May 31,2020 06:04:31PM EST
Canada is About To Jack Up Aviation Fees... Dramatically News/Analysis/Opinion By Jim Campbell, ANN CEO/Editor-In-Chief During the battle over ATC privatization issuesa few years back, Canada's aviation regulatory agencies (especially NAV CANADA) were held up (by misguided Pro-ATC Privatization concerns) as a reason why ATC Privatization wasn't a bad thing overall... because NAV CANADA was supposedly reasonable to deal with and cost-effectively priced. But... that was yesterday... and tomorrow is a whole 'nuther deal. NAV CANADA is admitting that their budgets are looking thin and that, as 'an essential service'NAV CANADA's 'not-for-profit'status and structure as a private corporation continued to serve Canada's ATC needs, albeit with some slow-downs and interruptions in areas where requirement were reportedly 'minimal'-- and all the while losing money -- or so they say.

2020 TBM Avenger Reunion And Salute To Veterans Airshow Rescheduled
Sun, May 31,2020 05:22:35PM EST
'Plan B'Will Allow For An Event At A New Location and Date Cary Miller, the Chairman of the TBM Reunion and Salute to Veterans, has been dealing with some serious issues in trying to put together a much anticipated warbird event -- but has come up with a solution for this year. He notes that, "It is with great disappointment that due to the rigid Covid-19 restrictions imposed by Governor Pritzker and the State of Illinois, the 2020 TBM Avenger Reunion and Salute to Veterans will not be held in Peru this year. Our committee explored every possible avenue to hold this annual event in our city. Unfortunately the current state of the Illinois shutdown prevented us from planning and giving you the premier event you've come to expect. However - All is not lost."

The Last Airworthy Soviet-Era MiG-17PF Jet Fighter is For Sale
Sun, May 31,2020 05:07:22PM EST
Break Open Your Piggy Banks... This Is An E-Ticket Ride There are few times in our life that we wanted to win the lottery more than we do right now... Jon Blanchette, the owner of the world’s only reamining airworthy MiG-17PF jet fighter, has put his one-of-a-kind aircraft up for sale. A former General Motors engineer and U.S. Navy officer, Blanchette rescued the single-engine, swept-wing jet fighter from a scrapyard in Poland in 1993. After years of painstaking restoration, Blanchette turned the retired legend into an airshow star that looks and flies as it did when it first took to the air six decades ago. Developed in the early 1950s, the MiG-17 became an important part of the Soviet Air Force. The PF variant of the MiG-17 were equipped with a search and a tracking radar. It was the first Soviet fighter capable of operating at night and during inclement weather.

NTSB Prelim: Cessna T206
Sun, May 31,2020 04:37:32PM EST
Last Seen, "In A Vertical Nose-Low Attitude Just Before The Airplane Impacted The Ground"On May 20, 2020, about 1640 central daylight time (CDT), a Cessna T206N airplane, N51610, was substantially damaged when it was involved in an accident near Center, Texas. The pilot and passenger were fatally injured. The airplane was operated as a Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 personal cross-country flight. According to preliminary information, the airplane departed from the Astronaut Kent Rominger Airport (RCV), Del Norte, Colorado about 0920 mountain daylight time. The flight had stopped at the Gainesville Municipal Airport (GLE), Gainesville, Texas, and the pilot purchased 65 gallons of fuel. The flight departed GLE about 1440 CDT and was performing a visual landing at Center Municipal Airport (F17), Center, Texas.

Airborne 05.27.20: Virgin Orbit Attempt, WACO YMF-5F Cert, AEA 1Q Report
Sun, May 31,2020 03:56:52PM EST
Also: Ligado Takes More Flak, ERAU Makes Return Plans, CG Helo Rescue, UND Plans Restart It was not the best of days for the team at Virgin Orbit, but it was an educational one. After having to scrub a launch attempt on Sunday, May 24th, due to sensor issues, the VO team, finally had the chance to launch a rocket from the belly of their 747 carrier aircraft, 'Cosmic Girl'on Memorial Day. However, while they finally had the chance to release a rocket in real life, things went bad shortly thereafter. The LauncherOne liquid-fueled two-stage rocket angled skyward about 27°, as expected, at the moment of release. After a 4-second freefall, the first stage engine, NewtonThree, was supposed to ignite and allow the vehicle to accelerate to more than 8,000 miles per hour before staging and allowing the second stage to finish the trip to orbit. It was supposed to... but like many things in rocket testing, it didn't. After several years of engineering milestones and flight testing, Waco Aircraft has announced issuance of full FAA Certification on the WACO YMF-5F, the new-production open cockpit biplane on amphibious floats. Based on the Tailwheel YMF-5, the Amphibious YMF-5 is handcrafted by a team of specialized artisans in Battle Creek, MI. A wing walk has been added to the right wing and grab handles have been integrated into both lower wings for effortless docking from either side. The frame receives an epoxy coating to prevent corrosion, and all hardware & cabling are stainless steel - ideal for both freshwater & saltwater operation. It is also the only WACO with landing gear controls! The Aircraft Electronics Association released its first-quarter 2020 Avionics Market Report. In the first three months of the year, total worldwide business and general aviation avionics sales amounted to $660,428,548.41, or more than $660 million as reported by the participating companies. The figure represented an 8.8% decrease in total sales compared to the first-quarter 2019 amount. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (05.29.20)
Sun, May 31,2020 03:56:43PM EST
Aero Linx: Retired Airline Pilots of Canada RAPCAN is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to maintain and continue the close friendships and associations of its members. We are here to assist members and their spouses in times of need, to promote their general welfare and to assist the transition of active pilots into retirement. Regular Members are limited to pilots who are a minimum of 50 years old, have completed a minimum of 15 years service and retire in good standing from a Canadian airline operator under Canadian Air Regulations (CAR) 703, 704 & 705. Exceptions to the 15 years of service can be made with a two thirds majority of the Board of Directors.

Airborne 05.27.20: Virgin Orbit Attempt, WACO YMF-5F Cert, AEA 1Q Report
Sun, May 31,2020 03:56:40PM EST
Also: Ligado Takes More Flak, ERAU Makes Return Plans, CG Helo Rescue, UND Plans Restart It was not the best of days for the team at Virgin Orbit, but it was an educational one. After having to scrub a launch attempt on Sunday, May 24th, due to sensor issues, the VO team, finally had the chance to launch a rocket from the belly of their 747 carrier aircraft, 'Cosmic Girl'on Memorial Day. However, while they finally had the chance to release a rocket in real life, things went bad shortly thereafter. The LauncherOne liquid-fueled two-stage rocket angled skyward about 27°, as expected, at the moment of release. After a 4-second freefall, the first stage engine, NewtonThree, was supposed to ignite and allow the vehicle to accelerate to more than 8,000 miles per hour before staging and allowing the second stage to finish the trip to orbit. It was supposed to... but like many things in rocket testing, it didn't. After several years of engineering milestones and flight testing, Waco Aircraft has announced issuance of full FAA Certification on the WACO YMF-5F, the new-production open cockpit biplane on amphibious floats. Based on the Tailwheel YMF-5, the Amphibious YMF-5 is handcrafted by a team of specialized artisans in Battle Creek, MI. A wing walk has been added to the right wing and grab handles have been integrated into both lower wings for effortless docking from either side. The frame receives an epoxy coating to prevent corrosion, and all hardware & cabling are stainless steel - ideal for both freshwater & saltwater operation. It is also the only WACO with landing gear controls! The Aircraft Electronics Association released its first-quarter 2020 Avionics Market Report. In the first three months of the year, total worldwide business and general aviation avionics sales amounted to $660,428,548.41, or more than $660 million as reported by the participating companies. The figure represented an 8.8% decrease in total sales compared to the first-quarter 2019 amount. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (05.29.20): Clear Of The Runway
Sun, May 31,2020 03:56:36PM EST
Clear Of The Runway a. Taxiing aircraft, which is approaching a runway, is clear of the runway when all parts of the aircraft are held short of the applicable runway holding position marking. b. A pilot or controller may consider an aircraft, which is exiting or crossing a runway, to be clear of the runway when all parts of the aircraft are beyond the runway edge and there are no restrictions to its continued movement beyond the applicable runway holding position marking. c. Pilots and controllers shall exercise good judgement to ensure that adequate separation exists between all aircraft on runways and taxiways at airports with inadequate runway edge lines or holding position markings.

Classic Aero-TV: 'WHOA Control'To The Max-Kitfox S7 STi Gets MORE STOLworthy
Sun, May 31,2020 03:56:33PM EST
From 2015: One Of The Most Revered Classic SportPlanes Gets A New Set Of Wings... And Capabilities If you try to think about a kit airplane company that has passed the test of time, one of the first names that would come to mind is, Kitfox. This year they showed up at EAA AirVenture 2015 with what could best be called an “addendum” to their popular series 7 airplane, and ANN’s News Editor, Tom Patton, was there to get the scoop. Tom met with Kitfox President and CEO, John McBean, to find out what’s going on with the Kitfox that stands a lot taller. McBean said they are catering to what could best be called, the “backyard flyer,” by designing a new wing and flaperon system for their series 7 airplane. The series 7 plane has always had great short field performance, but the new wing system is now providing takeoff and landing distances measured in the range of 100 feet.

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