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Airborne 08.21.19: F16s 4 Sale, Roadster In Space, 200th Bell 505
Fri, Aug 23,2019 12:31:48AM EST
Also: NetJets Pilot Sues, United 'Bottle to Throttle', Inhofe Workforce Development, Earnhardt Update An aircraft brokerage and leasing firm in Palm Beach, FL has listed an F-16AM Block 20 Mid-Life-Update aircraft for sale on its website, and the company says it has three similar aircraft available that could form a "mini-squadron"of the airplanes for a private owner. The plane is being offered by Jet Lease. It was acquired from Jordan which has been liquidating some of its older-model F-16s after that country bought newer models from Belgium and the Netherlands between 2008 and 2017. What is different about this sale is that these are not demilitarized airplanes to be used as status symbols for the uber-wealthy. A five-foot, two-inch tall female pilot has sued her former employer, NetJets, after being told she was too short to fly one of the company's planes. Pilot Shari Drerup filed the lawsuit on August 13. She is being supported by attorney Gloria Allred, who has a history of working on behalf of women's rights. Drerup is claiming gender discrimination in the suit after being let go by the fractional service. In her suit, Drerup says the was told that she was unable to reach the rudder pedals of the company's Phenom 300 after completing extensive training and being measured to ensure she would be able to fly all of the company's planes. SpaceX made a big splash when a red Tesla Roadster was launched into space during the first test flight of the Falcon Heavy rocket with a mannequin named "Starman"sitting in the driver's seat. Now, more than 550 days after being launched, the car and its "occupant"have completed their first orbit of the sun. The elliptical orbit has taken more than 762 million miles ... which exceeds the car's original 36,000-mile warranty, some 21,000 times. The next time is even remotely "close"to Earth will be November 5, 2020, when it will be about 32.2 million miles away. It will be much closer to Mars on October 7th, 2020 ... a measly 4.6 million miles. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

AMA Drone Report 08.15.19: Amazon Petition, Mavic-Mini?, Eek! Drone Flamethrower
Fri, Aug 23,2019 12:31:41AM EST
Also: Drone Shooter, DJI Pocket, DroneResponders, Passenger Drone Test Amazon has petitioned the FAA for a waiver from several current rules governing Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to allow the company to begin delivery services with its MK27 drone. Waivers requested by Amazon would, among other things, allow the aircraft to operate without a certificate of airworthiness and beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS). They further request that the aircraft be exempted from rules governing altitude, VFR fuel requirements and maintenance documentation. The rumor mill is ripe with the possibility that DJI may soon be unveiling a ‘Mini-Me’ version of the popular Mavic. While many hoped to hear the announcement in the same session that revealed the latest variation of the DJI Osmo 3 (which we want... bad), DJI remains mum for the moment. Video has surfaced though, as well as a spec sheet, and the details that seem consistent as having this foldable offering coming in at under 250 grams with all the right goodies (4k cams and the like). This makes the bird even smaller than the Spark and may signal a whole new product generation. OK... how could we resist this story? A drone has already been cast as a villain in at least one Hollywood movie, and this device might just take that concept to the next level. Throwflame, a company that commercially markets flamethrowers, had developed the TF-19 Wasp kit that allows a flamethrower to be added to a drone. And no, it's not April 1st. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 08.20.19: ROBOpilot First Flight, Amazon Petition, EHang Test
Fri, Aug 23,2019 12:31:34AM EST
Also: Saildrone Circumnavigates Antarctica, Falcon Research Project, AUVSI Innovation Challenge, Drone Traffic Testing The Air Force Research Laboratory and DZYNE Technologies successfully completed a two-hour initial flight of a revolutionary Robotic Pilot Unmanned Conversion Program called ROBOpilot Aug. 9 at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah. “Imagine being able to rapidly and affordably convert a general aviation aircraft, like a Cessna or Piper, into an unmanned aerial vehicle, having it fly a mission autonomously, and then returning it back to its original manned configuration,” said Dr. Alok Das, Senior Scientist with AFRL’s Center for Rapid Innovation. ROBOpilot interacts with an aircraft the same way as a human pilot would. Amazon has petitioned the FAA for a waiver from several current rules governing UAVs to allow the company to begin delivery services with its MK27 drone. Waivers requested by Amazon would, among other things, allow the aircraft to operate without a certificate of airworthiness and beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS). They further request that the aircraft be exempted from rules governing altitude, VFR fuel requirements and maintenance documentation. EHang has selected Guangzhou, China as its first urban air mobility (UAM) pilot city in the world to establish a low-altitude aviation transportation network that shuttles passengers and goods in a “safe, fast, environmentally friendly, cost-efficient and intelligent way.” Through the pilot program, EHang will help the Guangzhou government establish a command-and-control center to make sure that multiple AAVs flying at the same time in the city can remain in the air in a “safe and efficient manner,” and can respond to emergencies quickly. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

AMA Drone Report 08.22.19: AMA Reg Update, FAA Stakeholder Input, SkyPixel-DJI
Fri, Aug 23,2019 12:25:46AM EST
Also: AIR PIX Selfie Drone, Another NIMBY City, Drone Food Delivery, 'Monumental'Drone LIDAR Map While the Federal regulatory scene is getting a LOT of attention from AMA theses days, they remind us that they haven’t state and local regulatory issues go ignored. Many of the state legislative sessions have come to an end for the current cycle. This year, we continued to see many UAS-related proposals. However, as legislators begin to have a better understanding about the importance of our long-standing hobby, most of these bills were not overly concerning. Depending on the proposed restrictions or requirements, the AMA Government Affairs team has determined a level of engagement... The FAA has issued a Request for Information (RFI) seeking to work with stakeholders on the administration of a new aeronautical knowledge test for recreational drone operators. Section 349 of the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 requires new conditions to operate recreational small UAS. Many drones can be flown today with minimal training or knowledge of aviation rules or safety practices. The new statute is an opportunity to educate recreational flyers on UAS safety and to bring new flyers into the existing aviation safety culture. DJI and SkyPixel have announced the first short film contest inviting users to submit their cinematic stories shot with camera and gimbal products. The 2019 SkyPixel Short Film Contest will accept entries from August 15, 2019 to October 14, 2019, welcoming submissions from all types of creators from hobbyists to social media users and professional videographers around the globe. The 2019 SkyPixel Short Film Contest consists of three storytelling categories-'Big Moments Start Small,''Make Your Move'and 'Adventure Starts With You.'There is no restriction on the type or brand of equipments participants use, and they can submit as many videos as they wish. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

AMA Drone Report 08.22.19: AMA Reg Update, FAA Stakeholder Input, SkyPixel-DJI
Fri, Aug 23,2019 12:25:18AM EST
Also: AIR PIX Selfie Drone, Another NIMBY City, Drone Food Delivery, 'Monumental'Drone LIDAR Map While the Federal regulatory scene is getting a LOT of attention from AMA theses days, they remind us that they haven’t state and local regulatory issues go ignored. Many of the state legislative sessions have come to an end for the current cycle. This year, we continued to see many UAS-related proposals. However, as legislators begin to have a better understanding about the importance of our long-standing hobby, most of these bills were not overly concerning. Depending on the proposed restrictions or requirements, the AMA Government Affairs team has determined a level of engagement... The FAA has issued a Request for Information (RFI) seeking to work with stakeholders on the administration of a new aeronautical knowledge test for recreational drone operators. Section 349 of the FAA Reauthorization Act of 2018 requires new conditions to operate recreational small UAS. Many drones can be flown today with minimal training or knowledge of aviation rules or safety practices. The new statute is an opportunity to educate recreational flyers on UAS safety and to bring new flyers into the existing aviation safety culture. DJI and SkyPixel have announced the first short film contest inviting users to submit their cinematic stories shot with camera and gimbal products. The 2019 SkyPixel Short Film Contest will accept entries from August 15, 2019 to October 14, 2019, welcoming submissions from all types of creators from hobbyists to social media users and professional videographers around the globe. The 2019 SkyPixel Short Film Contest consists of three storytelling categories-'Big Moments Start Small,''Make Your Move'and 'Adventure Starts With You.'There is no restriction on the type or brand of equipments participants use, and they can submit as many videos as they wish. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

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Thu, Aug 22,2019 03:58:29PM EST
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Thu, Aug 22,2019 03:56:12PM EST
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AE Industrial Partners Completes Acquisition Of Columbia Helicopters
Thu, Aug 22,2019 03:53:35PM EST
Terms Of The Transaction Were Not Disclosed AE Industrial Partners, LP ("AEI"), a private equity firm specializing in Aerospace, Defense & Government Services, Power Generation, and Specialty Industrial markets, announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Columbia Helicopters ("Columbia"or the "Company"). Terms of the transaction, announced on July 18, 2019, were not disclosed.

State Department Approves F-16 Sale To Taiwan
Thu, Aug 22,2019 03:52:42PM EST
Notifies Congress Of Possible Sale Of Up To 66 Jets To The Country The U.S. State Department has made a determination approving a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States (TECRO) for 66 F-16C/D Block 70 aircraft and related equipment and support for an estimated cost of $8 billion. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) delivered the required certification notifying Congress of this possible sale Tuesday.

Problems With GE9X Engine May Delay 777X First Flight To 2020
Thu, Aug 22,2019 03:50:06PM EST
Was Initially To Have Flown In June Of This Year Boeing says that there has been a delay in the first flight of its 777X airliner caused by issues that have been developed in the GE9X engine.

Klyde Morris 08.23.19
Thu, Aug 22,2019 03:47:39PM EST
Something Tells Us That They'll Develop That Skill Pretty Quickly ... FMI: www.klydemorris.com

Airbus Aerial Receives Waiver for Urban BVLOS UAS Flights
Thu, Aug 22,2019 03:45:16PM EST
Authorized To Conduct Operations Over Populated Areas In North Dakota The FAA has granted a waiver to Airbus Aerial authorizing Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) operations in Grand Forks, ND without the need for a visual observer. The waiver allows Airbus Aerial to conduct such operations as part of North Dakota Department of Transportation’s UAS Integration Pilot Program (IPP).

Pence: Space Command Will Launch At The End Of August
Thu, Aug 22,2019 03:36:45PM EST
Congressional Funding Is Required To Establish The New Command Speaking at Tuesday's meeting of the National Space Council, Vice President Mike Pence said that the U.S. Space Command will officially start on August 29th. Air Force General John Raymond has been selected and confirmed as the first leader of the command.

SkyWest Airlines Names Greg Wooley Vice President - Airport Operations
Thu, Aug 22,2019 03:31:12PM EST
Steve Black To Retire After 28 Years With The Airline SkyWest Airlines has appointed Greg Wooley to the new position of vice president – Airport Operations, effective September 6, 2019. In this position, Wooley will be responsible for airport ground operations at all SkyWest and vendor-handled locations, as well as the development and implementation of their respective operational procedures and policies.

Westpac Little Ripper Partners With Amazon Web Services
Thu, Aug 22,2019 03:30:21PM EST
Provides Near-Real-Time Video Streaming Via The Cloud Westpac Little Ripper drones has teamed up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to produce what is hoped to be the world’s lowest latency video stream via a drone. The companies have been working together for the last 6 months to reduce the latency.

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