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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (11.13.19)
Tue, Nov 12,2019 09:09:33PM EST
Should Private Jets Be Banned In The U.K.? From Forbes, contributor James Asquith discusses a proposal by Labour Party leaders in the U.K. to ban private jets from U.K. airports on environmental grounds.

Airborne 11.08.19: Epic Certified, Starliner Abort Test, DeLand Showcase
Tue, Nov 12,2019 09:08:46PM EST
Also: Drone Operating Standards, New UK Regs, EAA Wright Brothers Banquet, Air Methods Troubles The FAA has granted type certification to Epic Aircraft for its E1000 all carbon fiber aircraft design, concluding a rigorous seven-year program that the company says will establish a new industry standard for performance, price and ramp appeal in the personal aircraft marketplace. Epic has over 80 confirmed E1000 reservations from around the US, as well as Canada, Mexico, Central/South America, Europe, Russia, South Africa and Australia. One of the three parachutes designed to return the Starliner space capsule to Earth failed to deploy during Monday's pad abort test, but NASA officials said the system was designed to work with just two. The test was designed to verify each of Starliner’s systems will function not only separately, but in concert, to protect astronauts by carrying them safely away from the launch pad in the unlikely event of an emergency prior to liftoff. This was Boeing’s first flight test with Starliner as part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. Sport Aviation’’s last big event of the year is but a few days away. The DeLand Showcase is an annual, three-day event focused entirely on recreational flying and sport aviation.The Showcase is held at the DeLand Municipal Airport (KDED) in the town of DeLand, from the 14th to the 16th. Plus, the weather in early November is usually perfect for a fun Florida weekend. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 11.05.19: New Jupiter Tricopter, DARPA Test, UAS Restrictions
Tue, Nov 12,2019 09:08:09PM EST
Also: DOI Grounding, Primoco LDG Test, Heavy-Lift VoloDrone, Drone Delivery Canada FlightWave Aerospace has launched its new Jupiter tricopter UAS. The company says the drone is reminiscent of a “tough-as-nails pickup truck,” designed for missions where durability, stamina and control are required. The UAS provides users with a “smooth flying experience,” according to FlightWave, via their tilt-pod technology. The UAS also has the same engineering that provided precision control for FlightWave’s Edge-130 UAS; this time, in a wingless craft, making it suitable for indoor missions where precision in tight spaces is crucial. Northrop Grumman demonstrated progress toward successful heterogeneous unmanned vehicle (UxV) swarming with the test of Rapid Integration Swarm Ecosystem (RISE) at DARPA’s second field experiment. The experiment leveraged the command, control and collaboration capabilities of RISE in a mock city environment at Fort Benning, Georgia, with dozens of UxVs and human team members. The test was part of Northrop Grumman’s work as a Swarm Systems Integrator in the Agency’s OFFensive Swarm-Enabled Tactics (OFFSET) program, which seeks to provide dismounted soldiers with upwards of 250 small UxVs. The FAA has announced UAS airspace restrictions over additional national security sensitive locations, effective November 7. In cooperation with its federal partners, the FAA will restrict UAS operations in the airspace over 60 additional Department of Defense and Department of Justice facilities to address concerns about malicious drone activity. An FAA Notice to Airmen (NOTAM), FDC 9/7752, defines these special security instructions. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

AMA Drone Report 11.07.19: Drone Safety Wk, MultiGP, NTSB Drones
Tue, Nov 12,2019 09:08:03PM EST
Also: Mavic Mini, Operating Standards, UK Drone Operators, Drones Reveal Secrets The FAA has been noting that it is in the middle of its first National Drone Safety Awareness Week, Nov. 4-10, 2019. The FAA’s says their highest priority, “is to ensure the safety of the National Airspace System (NAS) as we continue to safely integrate drones into the NAS. This is an opportunity to share your commitment to drone safety. During this week-long campaign, the FAA will be highlighting how key sectors use drones for good. Many of our stakeholder communities are planning local events that engage and educate the general public about drone safety.” We’re big fans of MultiGP. MultiGP hosts quite a number of competitive gatherings and casual events around the country and currently has over 20,000 registered pilots in addition to 500 active chapters worldwide. And, we’re particularly intrigued by the ‘RaceDayQuads 2019 MultiGP Championship Presented by DRL.’ The top-100 pilots in their newly-launched Sport Class division will start competing today through Saturday (Nov 9) in the Sport Class Championship. With two Drone Racing Tracks on-site, the field will narrow over the weekend down to the Top-16 to compete for the inaugural Sport Class Championship Title. The manned aviation communityhas had a tough few weeks, but last month’s loss of a WWII B-17 and members of its crew were some of the worst times in recent memory. The Warbird folks are a particularly tight bunch and felt the loss of these fine people and an historic airframe, deeply. Very deeply. Despite the sadness; there has been great interest in the accident investigation because such work produces information that can often enhance aviation safety for all. The NTSB has released some of the drone footage that has been carefully used to document the accident scene for this once-proud aircraft and publicly promotes the usefulness and value of drones to the rest of the world. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 11.08.19: Epic Certified, Starliner Abort Test, DeLand Showcase
Tue, Nov 12,2019 09:07:55PM EST
Also: Drone Operating Standards, New UK Regs, EAA Wright Brothers Banquet, Air Methods Troubles The FAA has granted type certification to Epic Aircraft for its E1000 all carbon fiber aircraft design, concluding a rigorous seven-year program that the company says will establish a new industry standard for performance, price and ramp appeal in the personal aircraft marketplace. Epic has over 80 confirmed E1000 reservations from around the US, as well as Canada, Mexico, Central/South America, Europe, Russia, South Africa and Australia. One of the three parachutes designed to return the Starliner space capsule to Earth failed to deploy during Monday's pad abort test, but NASA officials said the system was designed to work with just two. The test was designed to verify each of Starliner’s systems will function not only separately, but in concert, to protect astronauts by carrying them safely away from the launch pad in the unlikely event of an emergency prior to liftoff. This was Boeing’s first flight test with Starliner as part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. Sport Aviation’’s last big event of the year is but a few days away. The DeLand Showcase is an annual, three-day event focused entirely on recreational flying and sport aviation.The Showcase is held at the DeLand Municipal Airport (KDED) in the town of DeLand, from the 14th to the 16th. Plus, the weather in early November is usually perfect for a fun Florida weekend. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 11.12.19: Drone Delivery $$, UK Regs, Alaska BVLOS
Tue, Nov 12,2019 09:06:53PM EST
Also: Drones Fight Fires, Wayne Baker Joins DJI, DroneTracker 4.1, Autonomous Delivery Robot Service UPS Flight Forward Inc. (UPSFF) and CVS Pharmacy Inc. have successfully completed the first revenue-generating, residential drone deliveries of medical prescriptions from a CVS pharmacy to customers in Cary, North Carolina. One of the people on the receiving end of these landmark deliveries was a CVS customer with limited mobility, which makes it hard for them to make the trip to the store to pick up their prescription. Utilizing a Matternet M2 UAS, the flights launched from a CVS store in Cary. Once the UAS reached its destinations, it lowered the packages to the ground using a cable and a winch while hovering about 20 feet over the properties. The UK CAA has introduced a requirement for drone operators to register their aircraft, and the process includes an online test. The registration is about $12. Registrants are required to take an online education course and pass a test to qualify to fly their drones. After the requirements have been satisfied, the drone owner will receive a unique code that must be displayed on the aircraft so that it can be easily identified. Drone operators must also be in possession of a flyer ID. To be granted the document, they must pass a theory test. Kids under the age of 13 may fly drones if they pass the test, but a parent of guardian must register the aircraft for them. The University of Alaska’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Pilot Program (UAS IPP) conducted the first-ever ‘Beyond-Visual-Line-of-Sight’ (BVLOS) drone operation without visual observers, an industry milestone. After a safe and successful 3.87-mile mission to inspect the Trans-Alaska Pipeline infrastructure, a cohort of leading UAS organizations and technology partners earned permission to fly the same mission without a human visual observer. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 11.12.19: Drone Delivery $$, UK Regs, Alaska BVLOS
Tue, Nov 12,2019 09:06:24PM EST
Also: Drones Fight Fires, Wayne Baker Joins DJI, DroneTracker 4.1, Autonomous Delivery Robot Service UPS Flight Forward Inc. (UPSFF) and CVS Pharmacy Inc. have successfully completed the first revenue-generating, residential drone deliveries of medical prescriptions from a CVS pharmacy to customers in Cary, North Carolina. One of the people on the receiving end of these landmark deliveries was a CVS customer with limited mobility, which makes it hard for them to make the trip to the store to pick up their prescription. Utilizing a Matternet M2 UAS, the flights launched from a CVS store in Cary. Once the UAS reached its destinations, it lowered the packages to the ground using a cable and a winch while hovering about 20 feet over the properties. The UK CAA has introduced a requirement for drone operators to register their aircraft, and the process includes an online test. The registration is about $12. Registrants are required to take an online education course and pass a test to qualify to fly their drones. After the requirements have been satisfied, the drone owner will receive a unique code that must be displayed on the aircraft so that it can be easily identified. Drone operators must also be in possession of a flyer ID. To be granted the document, they must pass a theory test. Kids under the age of 13 may fly drones if they pass the test, but a parent of guardian must register the aircraft for them. The University of Alaska’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Pilot Program (UAS IPP) conducted the first-ever ‘Beyond-Visual-Line-of-Sight’ (BVLOS) drone operation without visual observers, an industry milestone. After a safe and successful 3.87-mile mission to inspect the Trans-Alaska Pipeline infrastructure, a cohort of leading UAS organizations and technology partners earned permission to fly the same mission without a human visual observer. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Santa Clara County, CA Considers Closing Local GA Airport
Tue, Nov 12,2019 04:44:49PM EST
Move 'Strongly'Opposed By The FAA Santa Clara County may be trying to take a page from Santa Monica's book and close Reid-Hillview airport in East San Jose, but the FAA says it will vigorously oppose any closure plans.

Tuskegee Airman Donates Airplane To Aviation Museum
Tue, Nov 12,2019 04:42:20PM EST
Stinson Vultee V-77 'Gullwing'Aircraft Given To The National Museum Of World War II Aviation Frank Macon had always wanted to be a fighter pilot, and had been accepted into pilot training with the Tuskegee Airmen. But while on a training flight while suffering from a head cold, he ruptured both of his eardrums pulling out of a power dive. By the time he had recovered, WWII was over.

FlightSafety Now Offers EASA-Qualified Gulfstream G500 Training In Savannah
Tue, Nov 12,2019 04:38:43PM EST
Course Includes The Use Of Three New Advanced Graphical Flight-Deck Simulators FlightSafety now offers EASA-qualified initial and recurrent training for Gulfstream G500 aircraft operators at its Learning Center in Savannah, Georgia.

Textron Businesses To Display Innovative And Diverse Products At Dubai Airshow
Tue, Nov 12,2019 04:34:27PM EST
Multiple Aircraft On Static Display At The Show Bell Textron Inc., Textron Systems, Textron Aviation Inc. and Textron Aviation Defense LLC will display a vast product portfolio of commercial and military aircraft at the Dubai Airshow—one of the world’s largest and most important aerospace events. The show takes place November 17-21 at DWC, Dubai Airshow Site.

Airbus To Showcase ‘Future Of Flight’ At Dubai Airshow 2019
Tue, Nov 12,2019 04:29:51PM EST
Aircraft On Display Will Include Electric Race Airplane At the Dubai Airshow, which runs from November 17-21, 2019, Airbus will showcase its wide range of innovative technologies, products and services from market leading commercial and military aircraft to helicopters and space systems.

Boeing To Focus On Safety, Innovation And Partnerships At 2019 Dubai Airshow
Tue, Nov 12,2019 04:17:59PM EST
Interactive Exhibit Highlights How Boeing And Partners Are Building The Future Together Boeing will showcase its broad portfolio of commercial and defense products, services and technologies at the 2019 Dubai Airshow, which runs November 17-21 at Dubai World Central. The company's presence and activities at the show will focus on safety, innovation and industry partnerships in the growing Middle East market.

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Tue, Nov 12,2019 04:12:02PM EST
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