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Airborne 07.15.19: Sporty's Foundation, World Circumnavigation, Pipistrel
Wed, Jul 17,2019 07:59:53PM EST
Also: WJZ-CBS Adds Robinson R66, Hartzell @ OSH19, Embraer's 'TechLion'E195-E2, Special Mission Aircraft Market At 12:12:23 UTC last Thursday, Action Aviation Chairman Hamish Harding, Astronaut Terry Virts and crew made history by beating the world record for any aircraft flying over the North and South poles in a Qatar Executive Gulfstream G650ER aircraft. The mission’s record flight time is 46 hours, 39 minutes and 38 seconds. “Our mission, titled One More Orbit, pays homage to the Apollo 11 moon landing achievement, by highlighting how humans push the boundaries of aeronautics,” says Harding. Pipistrel, is set to once again “electri-fly” the annual EAA AirVenture Fly-In and Tradeshow in Oshkosh, WI. Pipistrel will be displaying an extensive selection of aircraft, with a special emphasis on revolutionary, new, electrically-powered, training aircraft. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 07.16.19: Bahamas UAV Delivery, Fire Scout, Police Drones
Wed, Jul 17,2019 07:47:52PM EST
Also: Citadel Counter-Drone Tech, UX11 Drone Family, Airobotics, ANN Oshkosh Webcast Schedule A strategic partnership between Volans-i and Hogfish Ventures company Fli Drone to provide on-demand drone delivery services in The Bahamas recently resulted in the successful completion of the first long-range UAV delivery in The Bahamas on June 18. The delivery originated at Abaco Aviation Services, a private FBO at The Leonard M. Thompson International Airport in Marsh Harbour and completed its delivery at Green Turtle Cay in 28 minutes. Previously this same delivery would require transit in both a car and on a ferry. VTOL capabilities allowed the drone to land and safely deliver its payload without any infrastructure required. In total, the fully autonomous flight covered nearly 50 miles, crossing both land and water. The Navy declared initial operational capability of the MQ-8C Fire Scout unmanned helicopter June 28 clearing the way for fleet operations and training. The MQ-8C Fire Scout is a sea-based, vertical lift unmanned system that is designed to provide reconnaissance, situational awareness, and precision targeting support for ground, air and sea forces. The MQ-8C variant is an endurance and payload upgrade to its predecessor, the MQ-8B, offering up to twelve hours on station depending on payload, and incorporates the commercial Bell 407 airframe. Victoria Police in Australia will soon take to the skies with the establishment of the first ever Drone Unit. The new unit will provide Victoria Police with the capability to use drones in a range of operational duties across the state. Police Air Wing will be the central point for the organisation’s drone services, and will manage the drones and also provide the training to other units. The Drone Unit will aim to progressively train officers from specialist units such as Operations Response Unit and Search and Rescue, along with regional officers to provide their own localized basic drone services. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Aero-News AirVenture Update: This Is So Cool! #OSH19COOL
Wed, Jul 17,2019 07:47:43PM EST
We Need YOUR Help To Find AND Celebrate The Coolest Stuff At EAA AirVenture 2019, #OSH19COOL Stuff that’s new is cool… we get it… that’s why we’re bringing our AirVenture Innovation Preview webcast to you on Saturday evening, July 20, to introduce the things that are new and unique at EAA AirVenture 2019. However, there is a lot of cool stuff that has little to do with being new stuff, but still deserves the designation of 'cool.'This is where we need your help. Despite the fact we have the largest news staff on the ground at AirVenture, our nearly 30 staffers still aren’t enough to find out what’s ‘really cool’ because what’s really cool is not all about us or what we think, it’s about what the thousands of people think who attend this great adventure known as AirVenture. To help us share what’s really cool to you, we are initiating our first time ‘#OSH19Cool’ program that allows you to tweet us about your opinion of what is ‘so cool.’ No matter what it is, if it’s cool to you, it’s cool to us.

AMA Drone Report 07.11.19: AMA Exec Council, DJI Objects, More FAA Restrictions
Wed, Jul 17,2019 07:47:33PM EST
Also: Oshkosh Awaits!, MMC Partners W/Yuneec, Drone Strike Assessment, No Drone... Turtle! Late last month, the AMA Executive Council and the Government Affairs team took a trip to Washington, D.C. to advocate for our hobby. Throughout these meetings, AMA emphasized their commitment to safety and education -- also highlighting examples of how flying model aircraft is a pathway to STEM-related to careers and the work we do to support local charities. Importantly, AMA discussed the upcoming FAA rule-makings for recreational UAS, and were encouraged by the positive dialogue. The FAA recognizes the importance of the model aviation community and wants to continue our longstanding partnership. On Capitol Hill, members of Congress pledged support to AMA and stand ready to weigh-in with the FAA on our behalf, as needed. DJI has released an open letter in which it expresses "deep disappointment"with the way drones were depicted in two reports televised by the BBC. The reports, one which aired in April and the second on July 1, focused on the dangers posed by drones operating near commercial airports. The BBC reports that DJI asserts that the reports were based on "hearsay"and say the broadcaster was not true to its public charge to "inform, educate and entertain."The FAA has announced new airspace restrictions effective today, July 11, 2019, on UAS attempting to fly over national security sensitive locations. The FAA has been cooperating with federal partners to address concerns about malicious drone operations by using the agency’s existing authority under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations Section 99.7 (14 CFR § 99.7), Special Security Instructions, to establish UAS specific flight restrictions over select, national security sensitive locations. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

ANN Social Media Program (ANN-SMP) Expanded For Oshkosh 2019!
Wed, Jul 17,2019 07:47:24PM EST
ANN Keeps Pushing Aviation Media (Kicking and Screaming) Further Into The 21st Century... ANN is, again, radically updating its social media campaign for the upcoming 2019 Oshkosh AirVenture Fly-In. This is just the latest step in a series of massive upgrades we're making as Aero-News becomes the 'Aero-Verse.'This program will concentrate on the three most persuasive forms of social media outreach -- short succinct messaging, compelling high-resolution still photography, and carefully formatted HD video. Our staff of journalists will be beating up Wittman Field all week long looking for suitable subjects for this effort, and you’re welcome to help us make sure that YOU don't get left out. You are welcome to text suggestions to 863-860-5790, or email news@aero-news.net with your suggestions. You can also Skype us directly at AERONEWSNET.

Airborne-Unmanned 07.16.19: Bahamas UAV Delivery, Fire Scout, Police Drones
Wed, Jul 17,2019 07:47:16PM EST
Also: Citadel Counter-Drone Tech, UX11 Drone Family, Airobotics, ANN Oshkosh Webcast Schedule A strategic partnership between Volans-i and Hogfish Ventures company Fli Drone to provide on-demand drone delivery services in The Bahamas recently resulted in the successful completion of the first long-range UAV delivery in The Bahamas on June 18. The delivery originated at Abaco Aviation Services, a private FBO at The Leonard M. Thompson International Airport in Marsh Harbour and completed its delivery at Green Turtle Cay in 28 minutes. Previously this same delivery would require transit in both a car and on a ferry. VTOL capabilities allowed the drone to land and safely deliver its payload without any infrastructure required. In total, the fully autonomous flight covered nearly 50 miles, crossing both land and water. The Navy declared initial operational capability of the MQ-8C Fire Scout unmanned helicopter June 28 clearing the way for fleet operations and training. The MQ-8C Fire Scout is a sea-based, vertical lift unmanned system that is designed to provide reconnaissance, situational awareness, and precision targeting support for ground, air and sea forces. The MQ-8C variant is an endurance and payload upgrade to its predecessor, the MQ-8B, offering up to twelve hours on station depending on payload, and incorporates the commercial Bell 407 airframe. Victoria Police in Australia will soon take to the skies with the establishment of the first ever Drone Unit. The new unit will provide Victoria Police with the capability to use drones in a range of operational duties across the state. Police Air Wing will be the central point for the organisation’s drone services, and will manage the drones and also provide the training to other units. The Drone Unit will aim to progressively train officers from specialist units such as Operations Response Unit and Search and Rescue, along with regional officers to provide their own localized basic drone services. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Airborne 07.17.19: Sling NGT, Twin Tigers Aerobatic Team, Able Flight
Wed, Jul 17,2019 07:43:29PM EST
Also: PilotVision Augmented Reality, Becker Avionics, Unleaded Avgas Replacement, Missing Man Stole Plane At the typical ‘Joe’s Flight School’ seen at many American airports, the average flight training aircraft often doesn’t look so much different than the one your father might have flown… or your grandfather, for that matter. The Airplane Factory has an alternative to yesterday’s battered trainers with the all-new Sling NGT (Next-Generation Trainer), a sporty, modern, FADEC-equipped, training aircraft. First; the Sling NGT looks like what a modern trainer should look like… with a big, high-visibility sliding bubble canopy, a modern Rotax engine, and a brand new G3X glass panel. The Twin Tigers Aerobatic Team is the 2019 recipient of the Bill Barber Award for Showmanship. One of the most prestigious awards in the airshow industry, the list of Barber honorees reads like an airshow hall of fame. Team owner Mark Sorenson took his first flying lesson at age 13 and soloed at age 16. He is a former U.S. Army AH-1 Cobra attack helicopter pilot who, at age 19, was one of the youngest combat-qualified Cobra pilots in Operation Desert Storm. Like Sorenson, Nowosielski learned to fly when he was still in high school, and he graduated from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in 1999. It wasn’t long until he began his airline career, and he is now also a Boeing 737 pilot for Southwest, based in Orlando. It’s one of AirVenture’s best moments... really. Able Flight’s “Class of 2019” will be honored at a wings pinning ceremony on Tuesday, July 23rd at 10:00 AM at Theater In The Woods at EAA AirVenture. Seven scholarship recipients earned their pilot certificates in the program this year, and five will be on stage to receive their pilot wings. Special guests will include Aviation Hall of Fame inductee Patty Wagstaff. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 07.17.19: Sling NGT, Twin Tigers Aerobatic Team, Able Flight
Wed, Jul 17,2019 07:42:51PM EST
Also: PilotVision Augmented Reality, Becker Avionics, Unleaded Avgas Replacement, Missing Man Stole Plane At the typical ‘Joe’s Flight School’ seen at many American airports, the average flight training aircraft often doesn’t look so much different than the one your father might have flown… or your grandfather, for that matter. The Airplane Factory has an alternative to yesterday’s battered trainers with the all-new Sling NGT (Next-Generation Trainer), a sporty, modern, FADEC-equipped, training aircraft. First; the Sling NGT looks like what a modern trainer should look like… with a big, high-visibility sliding bubble canopy, a modern Rotax engine, and a brand new G3X glass panel. The Twin Tigers Aerobatic Team is the 2019 recipient of the Bill Barber Award for Showmanship. One of the most prestigious awards in the airshow industry, the list of Barber honorees reads like an airshow hall of fame. Team owner Mark Sorenson took his first flying lesson at age 13 and soloed at age 16. He is a former U.S. Army AH-1 Cobra attack helicopter pilot who, at age 19, was one of the youngest combat-qualified Cobra pilots in Operation Desert Storm. Like Sorenson, Nowosielski learned to fly when he was still in high school, and he graduated from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in 1999. It wasn’t long until he began his airline career, and he is now also a Boeing 737 pilot for Southwest, based in Orlando. It’s one of AirVenture’s best moments... really. Able Flight’s “Class of 2019” will be honored at a wings pinning ceremony on Tuesday, July 23rd at 10:00 AM at Theater In The Woods at EAA AirVenture. Seven scholarship recipients earned their pilot certificates in the program this year, and five will be on stage to receive their pilot wings. Special guests will include Aviation Hall of Fame inductee Patty Wagstaff. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Electric-Powered Airplane Brings Historic Message From Milwaukee To AirVenture
Wed, Jul 17,2019 05:01:48PM EST
Starting From the Site Of The First EAA Fly-In, An All-Electric Pipistrel Alpha Electro Will Showcase 66 Years Of Progress In the Fall of 1953, a small but enthusiastic group of pilots and airplane enthusiasts gathered together for what was to become the very first EAA Fly-In -- a minute event in comparison to the massive aviation showcase that now takes place in Oshkosh Wisconsin ... this time for its fiftieth year in that location.

Dynon Expands AML For SkyView HDX
Wed, Jul 17,2019 01:06:30PM EST
Now Certified For Nearly 600 GA Aircraft Models Dynon Certified , a division of Dynon Avionics, has announced a dramatic expansion of the Approved Model List for its SkyView HDX line of products. With this AML expansion, Dynon’s full suite of certified avionics is now approved for nearly 600 type certificated piston single-engine aircraft. Features approved include Primary and Backup Flight Displays, Synthetic Vision, VFR mapping, flight planning, and navigation, Engine Monitoring, Mode S Transponder with 2020-compliant ADS-B Out, ADS-B In Traffic and Weather, and Dynon’s Com Radio.

IT Designing Custom 'Hybrid Drones'
Wed, Jul 17,2019 12:09:33PM EST
Can Switch Between Hovering And Horizontal Flight Using A Single Controller For as popular as drones have gotten, they still have many drawbacks compared to the fixed-wing planes used for commercial flight. Most consumer drones are “multi-copters,” meaning that they have a series of rotors or propellers that allow them to hover like helicopters. But having rotors severely limits their energy efficiency, which means that they can’t easily carry heavy payloads or fly for long periods of time.

ERAU Achieves Highest Stage Of Rigorous Aviation Safety Standard
Wed, Jul 17,2019 12:05:34PM EST
Recently Passed The Highest Stage Of A Famously Intense Safety-Audit Process And Remains Laser-Focused On Aviation Safety By passing the third and highest stage of a particularly challenging international safety-audit process – something no other university flight operation has done – Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has served its students well, according to rising senior Tyler Rispoli.

Seeing The Apollo Program Through The Eyes Of A Self-Proclaimed 'Space Geek'
Wed, Jul 17,2019 11:57:13AM EST
Author Wes Oleszewski Releases Second Edition Of 'Apollo, Part 1'There has understandably been a lot of interest in the Apollo program leading up to the 50th anniversary of the first manned moon landing in 1969. Aero-News has a unique resource to provide insight into all things space-related in the person of author Wes Oleszewski who, along with being the creator of the 'Klyde Morris'cartoons which appear twice each week on our website is also our Spaceflight Analyst. It may seem an odd combination, but it works for us.

EAA Implements Text Message System For OSH Arrivals
Wed, Jul 17,2019 11:44:30AM EST
Text OSHARRIVAL To 64600 To Receive Arrival Status Updates A new text message system will add further information for pilots as they prepare their arrivals at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019, using the FAA Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) procedures. The text message availability is one of several enhancements to the NOTAM process for AirVenture, the 67th annual Experimental Aircraft Association fly-in convention on July 22-28 at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh.

StandardAero And Sierra Nevada Corporation Extend Relationship
Wed, Jul 17,2019 11:38:32AM EST
Announce 5-Year Renewal Of PT6A/PW100 Engine Support Agreement StandardAero has extended its long-running relationship with aerospace and defense leader Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) with the signing of a five-year agreement covering maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) support for the Pratt & Whitney PT6A and PW100 turboprop engines. StandardAero will support SNC from its Designated Overhaul Facility (DOF) in Summerside, PE, Canada, and its other global locations.

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