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Airborne 12.09.16: GodSpeed John Glenn, Electric-Flight Record, FAA Oversight?
Fri, Dec 09,2016 08:45:53PM EST
Also: Gone West: Aleta Jackson DeLong, Barnstorming: Breakfast With A Hero, Pearl Harbor, WWII Vets, NATA at KVNY, Flightstar, UK Airport Threat John Glenn has headed west. At 95 years of age, America’s third astronaut into space, and the first American astronaut to orbit the earth has passed away. Our sentiments, and the sentiments of everyone who remembers those dangerous and heroic first days of space travel are best represented by a tweet that was issued by NASA immediately after his death, which reads: “We are saddened by the loss of Senator John Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth. A true American hero. Godspeed, John Glenn."Walter Extra, the famous aerobatics pilot behind the Extra series of aerobatic planes, has set a Fédération Aéronautique Internationale world record in the new field of Electric-powered planes. On November 25, Extra flew a battery-powered plane and climbed to 3,000m, that’s just under 10,000 feet, in a time of 4 minutes - 22 seconds. In doing so, he broke the FAI world record for electric-powered planes that weigh between 500 and 1,000 kilograms, which equates to between 1100 and 2200 pounds. The flight was performed in an Extra 330 LE airplane powered by a Siemens electric motor that delivered approximately 230 horsepower, and weighs only 110 pounds. The Department of Transportation Inspector General's office initiated an audit of FAA’s processes for approving civil UAS operations and overseeing the safe operation of UAS. Among other things, they concluded that the FAA’s process of issuing UAS commercial operator waivers does not verify that operators actually meet or understand the conditions and limitations of their exemptions either before or after the application is approved. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 12.08.16: Trump v AF1, Gordon Bennett Cup '17, Skydiving At Casa Grande
Fri, Dec 09,2016 07:18:23PM EST
Also: Intoxicated Pilot, Seaplane Pilots, AEA/EASA, Drones As Lifesavers, ISS Update, T-50A Flight Ops, Safran President-elect, Donald Trump set the world of aviation and the media slightly off center when he tweeted the following: “Boeing is building a brand-new 747 Air Force One for future presidents, but costs are out of control, more than $4 billion. Cancel order!” Then, during an impromptu television interview following his tweet, Mr. Trump said "Well, the plane is totally out of control. It's gonna be over 4 billion dollars - and, I think it's ridiculous. I think Boeing is doing a little bit of a number. We want Boeing to make a lot of money but not that much money."Here’s a report for our aviation minded friends who are looking for an excuse to travel to a beautiful location. From September 7 through the 16th, 2017, Gruyères, Switzerland will host the 61st Gordon Bennett Aeronautical World Cup, which is the oldest gas balloon race in the world. The winning team is the one that travels the greatest distance in the air, without a time limit. The organizers are expecting some 20 teams from around ten different countries to enter the competition. A long-running dispute between Phoenix Area Skydiving and Casa Grande Municipal Airport may soon be resolved by the FAA. The Casa Grande Dispatch reports that the Phoenix Area Skydiving company had lodged a complaint earlier this year with the FAA against the city of Casa Grande, which had prohibited on-site skydiving at the airport. The company has been trying for two years to establish a drop zone at the airport. Its current drop zone is about three miles north of the field, according to the report. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 12.09.16: GodSpeed John Glenn, Electric-Flight Record, FAA Oversight?
Fri, Dec 09,2016 07:18:09PM EST
Also: Gone West: Aleta Jackson DeLong, Barnstorming: Breakfast With A Hero, Pearl Harbor, WWII Vets, NATA at KVNY, Flightstar, UK Airport Threat John Glenn has headed west. At 95 years of age, America’s third astronaut into space, and the first American astronaut to orbit the earth has passed away. Our sentiments, and the sentiments of everyone who remembers those dangerous and heroic first days of space travel are best represented by a tweet that was issued by NASA immediately after his death, which reads: “We are saddened by the loss of Senator John Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth. A true American hero. Godspeed, John Glenn."Walter Extra, the famous aerobatics pilot behind the Extra series of aerobatic planes, has set a Fédération Aéronautique Internationale world record in the new field of Electric-powered planes. On November 25, Extra flew a battery-powered plane and climbed to 3,000m, that’s just under 10,000 feet, in a time of 4 minutes - 22 seconds. In doing so, he broke the FAI world record for electric-powered planes that weigh between 500 and 1,000 kilograms, which equates to between 1100 and 2200 pounds. The flight was performed in an Extra 330 LE airplane powered by a Siemens electric motor that delivered approximately 230 horsepower, and weighs only 110 pounds. The Department of Transportation Inspector General's office initiated an audit of FAA’s processes for approving civil UAS operations and overseeing the safe operation of UAS. Among other things, they concluded that the FAA’s process of issuing UAS commercial operator waivers does not verify that operators actually meet or understand the conditions and limitations of their exemptions either before or after the application is approved. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (12.10.16)
Fri, Dec 09,2016 11:06:09AM EST
Aerofiles Aviation Timeline, Chronology Something that's always noted in news reports is "firsts". Being the first to do anything is usually newsworthy, and aviation is, of course, no exception. From the first American to fly a balloon to the first composite materials airplane, "Aerofiles"is a chronology of aviation firsts.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (12.10.16): Compass Locator
Fri, Dec 09,2016 11:05:38AM EST
A low power, low or medium frequency (L/MF) radio beacon installed at the site of the outer or middle marker of an instrument landing system (ILS).

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (12.10.16)
Fri, Dec 09,2016 11:04:52AM EST
"Think about the ship's, equipment, people and assets that must be moved to safety before a hurricane hits. This represents a huge investment of resources."Source: Dr. Ronald Ferek, a program manager in ONR's Ocean Battlespace Sensing Department.

ANN FAQ: Q&A 101
Fri, Dec 09,2016 11:03:40AM EST
A Few Questions AND Answers To Help You Get MORE Out of ANN!

Canadian Researchers Study Drones As Lifesaving Devices
Fri, Dec 09,2016 11:03:38AM EST
Created A Hypothetical Network Across Ontario To Carry Defibrillators To Heart Attack Victims Researchers at the University of Toronto have come up with an innovative way to help people suffering cardiac arrest have a better chance at survival ... at least in theory.

Wr Bar Helicopters Receives Elite MH-350 Helicopter Trainer
Fri, Dec 09,2016 11:02:25AM EST
AATD Based On AS350B Aircraft Wr Bar Helicopters of Seabrook, Texas has received an FAA approved Elite MH-350 single-engine turbine Helicopter Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD) based on the AS350B. Wr Bar Helicopters will provide training to pilots with a range of experience levels.

Navy Assists With Seeking Greater Accuracy Predicting Tropical Cyclone Strength
Fri, Dec 09,2016 11:00:58AM EST
NASA Aircraft Flown Into Intense Storms During The Hurricane Season To better predict tropical cyclone intensity, scientists sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) recently worked with NASA and NOAA to gather atmospheric data from storms that formed in the Atlantic Ocean in 2016.

CAF Announces '12 Planes Of Christmas'To Support WWII Aircraft Restoration
Fri, Dec 09,2016 10:58:09AM EST
Set Of 12 Ornaments Will Help 'Keep 'Em Flying'The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) will again promote “12 Planes of Christmas,” an online giving campaign. The campaigns provides an opportunity to aide in the restoration and maintenance of the aircraft as well as learn more about the CAF’s fleet of 165 authentic military airplanes. All of the CAF aircraft are restored, maintained, flown and exhibited by a dedicated volunteer force, which operate out of 60 different CAF locations across the country. The organization depends on donations to keep 'em flying.

Buzz Aldrin Remembers John Glenn
Fri, Dec 09,2016 10:57:21AM EST
Fellow Astronaut Recovering From His Own Illness There will always be a camaraderie among those who fly, and that may be especially true among the astronaut corps, a particularly exclusive group of people.

Blue Angels, Thunderbirds Release 2017, 2018 Show Schedules
Fri, Dec 09,2016 10:55:26AM EST
Audiences Around The Country Will Have An Opportunity To Catch The Demonstration Squadrons The USAF Thunderbirds and the U.S. Navy Blue Angels precision demonstration teams have announced their 2017 and 2018 performance schedules.

Airline Executive Arrested In Bolivia
Fri, Dec 09,2016 10:52:04AM EST
Head Of LaMia Airline Taken Into Custody In Connection With Accident In Colombia The head of LaMia Airlines has been arrested in Bolivia in connection with an accident last week that fatally injured 71 people on board one of the carrier's aircraft. Among those who did not survive were most of the Brazilian football (soccer) team Chapecoense.

Will A Tweet Change Air Force One?
Fri, Dec 09,2016 10:48:01AM EST
Some Analysts Say Pressure From The President-Elect Might Make A Difference Pressure on Boeing from President-elect Donald Trump could force the planemaker to make changes in the new Air Force One aircraft on order from the U.S. Air Force in an effort to cut costs, as Trump has suggested.

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