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Airborne 09.22.17: Breitling DC-3, World Aerobatic Championships, CFI Training
Sun, Sep 24,2017 10:02:04PM EST
Also: Egan PLIMP, Aero-Honesty, Orbital ATK, United Airlines 747, New AIA Boss, Bristow Norway, ABS Celebrates 50th Having departed from Geneva last March, the Breitling DC-3 made its grand return to Switzerland after circling the globe, landing in Sion where 100,000 passionate enthusiasts had gathered to attend the Breitling Sion Airshow 2017. A new feat for this legendary plane still in perfectly flightworthy condition and which is celebrating its 77th birthday this year. To share its passion for aviation with a broad audience around the planet, Breitling launched its DC-3 on a world tour in stages that notably included the Balkans, the Middle East, India, South East Asia, the Pacific and North America. Russia’s Mikhail Mamistov has been crowned FAI World Aerobatic Champion for a third time after a hard-fought competition in South Africa. The legendary Aerobatic pilot won the FAI Gold Medal at the 29th FAI World Aerobatic Championships in Malelane, SA. He came out top ahead of two strong French pilots: Francois Rallet was in second place with French team mate Olivier Masurel Aerobatics in third. The top three pilots were all flying the Extra 330SC. The recent Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee (ARAC) report that was approved last week contains a recommendation to change requirements that require CFIs to hold that designation for two years before they may train a first time instructor applicant. The change recommended by the ARAC says that a CFI must: “have held a flight instructor certificate for at least 24 months or has completed a FAA approved standardization course at a part 141 training school that provides instruction on the intricacies of training a flight instructor applicant.” All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

RFP: ANN Seeking New Site/Facility For Major Studio Upgrade
Sun, Sep 24,2017 10:01:49PM EST
It's Official: Aggressive Upgrades For New Airborne Programs WILL Require New Digs It's been in development for years, but we're getting to a point where we think we can pull off something TRULY REMARKABLE - which will require us to make BIG CHANGES. So... ANN is officially looking for a new home for a major new initiative... hopefully, a permanent one. We are now in the implementation phases of THE most significant upgrades we've ever undertaken and preparing to make significant operational modifications to accomodate them. As a result, we're currently inviting proposals for a NEW airport/office studio facility to serve as a home base and studio for new programming about to be introduced by the Aero-News Network, Inc., the Aviation World's Real-Time News and Information Service, our Daily Airborne Unlimited programming, our new 'Aero-Doc'documentary division, as well as other Aero-TV/Aero-Verse productions.

Airborne-Unmanned 09.19.17: FAA OKs FL Drone Ops, ICAO Registry?, No Pot Drones
Sun, Sep 24,2017 10:01:34PM EST
Also: FAA Reauthorization, Medical Drone Transport, USMC Quadcopters, Canister Launched UAS, Atlas Dynamics Airborne, primarily based in Jacksonville, FL is starting to recover from Hurricane Irma, and we can thank the Unmanned community for much of that. After the widespread devastation Hurricane Irma wreaked on Florida, unmanned aircraft have been invaluable in supporting response and recovery efforts here. A wide variety of agencies sought FAA authorization to fly drones in the affected areas. The FAA responded quickly, issuing a total of well over 100 airspace authorizations. This could get ugly... The ICAO is backing an effort to create a single global drone registry with a goal of the adoption of common rules for flying and tracking UAVs. The idea will be discussed at a symposium planned for Sept. 22-23 in Montreal. Stephen Creamer, director of ICAO's Air Navigation Bureau, said that the single database would become a one-stop-shop to remotely identify and track drones and their operators. The ICAO could become the operator of such a database. This is so... California... The California Bureau of Cannabis Control has shot down the idea of delivering pot using drones in the state. The bureau released an initial study that outlined emergency regulations being formulated ahead of January 1, when the sale of marijuana will be allowed with proper retail licensing for recreational use. But the bureau was very clear that only trailers or commercial vehicles can be used. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

AMA Drone Report 09.21.17: AMA Expo West, Parrot Mambo, No Drone Pot Delivery
Sun, Sep 24,2017 10:01:16PM EST
Also: Drone Injury Study, Cook County-IL, Northeastern Drone Society, Propel Star Wars Drones, GA UAS Integration One of the pinnacle model aviation events of the year is coming up and we wanted to make sure that you marked your schedule to be in Ontario, CA, right after the first of the year for the 2018 AMA Expo West. It will be the 20th annual rendition of the event and, as usual, it will feature the latest products in radio-controlled model aviation, demonstrations, interactive displays, and exploration of the intricacies of flying model airplanes, helicopters, rockets, gliders, and -- of course, DRONES! Parrot has introduced a newmini-drone targeted at the growing drone racing market. The Mambo is equipped with an FPV HD camera, and comes with the new Parrot Cockpitglasses 2 (FPV goggles) and accompanying Parrot Flypad piloting controller. It is intended to be flown both outdoors and inside. It also comes fully equipped with a range of brand new piloting modes designed for training new and experienced racing pilots, and Parrot Mambo FPV’s new power battery provides up to 10 minutes of flight time. This is so... California... The California Bureau of Cannabis Control has shot down the idea of delivering pot using drones in the state. The bureau released an initial study that outlined emergency regulations being formulated ahead of January 1, when the sale of marijuana will be allowed with proper retail licensing for recreational use. But the bureau was very clear that only trailers or commercial vehicles can be used. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

AMA Comments On Singer Decision
Sat, Sep 23,2017 10:33:22PM EST
Dr. Michael Singer’s Victory in A Federal Court Has Serious Legal Potential Rich Hanson, President of the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA), has issued the following statement on Dr. Michael Singer’s victory in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts regarding a local law in Newton, Massachusetts that regulated unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), in violation of federal preemption: “AMA is pleased that the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts has ruled in favor of Dr. Michael Singer in his lawsuit against the City of Newton, Massachusetts concerning the regulation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). The Court’s ruling affirms the role of the federal government in overseeing our nation’s airspace. We congratulate Dr. Singer on his victory...

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (09.25.17)
Sat, Sep 23,2017 10:32:33PM EST
“AMA is pleased that the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts has ruled in favor of Dr. Michael Singer in his lawsuit against the City of Newton, Massachusetts concerning the regulation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). The Court’s ruling affirms the role of the federal government in overseeing our nation’s airspace. We congratulate Dr. Singer on his victory. Any state or local regulations of UAS operations or airspace should wait until the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Drone Advisory Committee (DAC) has reached consensus recommendations on the proper role of state and local governments in these types of issues. AMA is currently working with this committee, which includes the FAA, state and local governing bodies, and other industry stakeholders, on recommendations for safely incorporating UAS into our nation’s airspace. State and local governments across the country can rely on existing technology-neutral statues and tort laws within their jurisdiction to protect people and property on the ground. Consultation with the FAA is encouraged, and as always, AMA is also happy to offer guidance.” Source: From Rich Hanson, President of the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA), who issued a statement on Dr. Michael Singer’s victory in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts regarding a local law in Newton, Massachusetts that regulated unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), in violation of federal preemption.

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Sat, Sep 23,2017 09:39:14PM EST
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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (09.24.17)
Sat, Sep 23,2017 04:06:29PM EST
“[My dad] said of himself, ‘I am, and ever will be, a white-socks, pocket protector, nerdy engineer. If you asked the nominees whether they think like engineers, they would probably ask you to more specifically define what that means, as any engineer would!” Source: Rick Armstrong, who supports the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation as a member of their Board of Trustees, commenting about his father, astronaut Neil Armstrong. Forty-five college students from all parts of the country were named this year’s scholarship winners by the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation. The scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate excellence in engineering, natural or applied science, technology, or mathematics and plan to advance research in their chosen field. Engility partners with the Foundation to support and mentor Astronaut Scholars and the scholarship program.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (09.25.17)
Sat, Sep 23,2017 03:53:51PM EST
Aero Linx: The Commercial Spaceflight Federation The Commercial Spaceflight Federation is the leading voice for the commercial spaceflight industry. Founded in 2006, CSF and its 70+ members are laying the foundation for a sustainable space economy and democratizing access to space for scientists, students, civilians, and businesses. CSF members are responsible for the creation of thousands of high-tech jobs driven by billions of dollars in investment. Through the promotion of technology innovation, CSF is guiding the expansion of Earth’s economic sphere, bolstering U.S. leadership in aerospace, and inspiring America’s next generation of engineers and explorers.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (09.24.17)
Sat, Sep 23,2017 03:50:56PM EST
Aero Linx: The Canadian Business Aviation Association (CBAA) The Canadian Business Aviation Association (CBAA) is a non-profit association formed in 1961 as Canada’s voice for business aviation. Since its inception, CBAA has assumed an increasing leadership role in its advocacy for Canadian business aviation interests. With a membership of approximately 400 companies and organizations, including operators, management companies and suppliers, CBAA represents the entire business aviation community with a unified and collective voice.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (09.25.17): Hover Taxi
Sat, Sep 23,2017 03:46:30PM EST
Hover Taxi Used to describe a helicopter/VTOL aircraft movement conducted above the surface and in ground effect at airspeeds less than approximately 20 knots. The actual height may vary, and some helicopters may require hover taxi above 25 feet AGL to reduce ground effect turbulence or provide clearance for cargo slingloads.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (09.24.17): Hold For Release
Sat, Sep 23,2017 03:44:01PM EST
Hold For Release Used by ATC to delay an aircraft for traffic management reasons; i.e., weather, traffic volume, etc. Hold for release instructions (including departure delay information) are used to inform a pilot or a controller (either directly or through an authorized relay) that an IFR departure clearance is not valid until a release time or additional instructions have been received.

ANN FAQ: Like Us On Facebook
Sat, Sep 23,2017 02:25:56PM EST
There's A Lot To Like On ANN's Latest Social Media Site We all know how important Social Media is to a lot of people, particularly those under 30. We also know how important those folks are to the future of aviation. In so many forums and at so many events, we talk about how to attract the next generation of pilots, mechanics, and enthusiasts to our industry, and social media is certainly critical to getting the message out to those who practically live online.

ANN FAQ: Getting The Word Out
Sat, Sep 23,2017 02:24:58PM EST
Things To Know When You Send A News Release Aero-News gets hundreds of releases every week, ranging from industry giants like Boeing and Cessna to the smallest of flying clubs and the most quaint of air shows. After having seen the best and the worst in press releases over the years, we have some ideas to help companies do so much more to help themselves, both with ANN and with the general media.

Airborne 09.21.17: Pilot Runs 4 Senate, Seaplane Base Hit, Sonaca 200
Fri, Sep 22,2017 08:30:54PM EST
Also: Mitchell Airport, AMA, Plane v Elk, Ariane 6, Lakeville Airport, Alaska Airlines Airshow and test pilot Bob Bishop is launching a run for the United States Senate in 2018. He kicked off his campaign Monday with an event in Tucson which included a static display of a BD-5J campaign plane dubbed "Freedom". Bishop started his business career at the age of 13 while living in Phoenix, AZ. Flying and excellence have been his passions. "Being in service to others is his primary goal. He is a compassionate capitalist, who puts people before profits,"the website states. Bishop built several examples of the BD-5J. He purchased 20 kits when they were first introduced, and some are still flying today. Over 300 people in Arizona are reportedly now employed due to his early investing activities. The Tavares Seaplane Base (FA1) and Marina in Lake County, FL was badly damaged by what authorities believe was a small tornado spawned by Hurricane Irma as it churned up the west coast of the state last Monday. There were some 25 boats piled up that would need to be untangled and assessed. It was not reported how many, if any, airplanes were damaged or destroyed by the storm. Sonaca Aircraft’s first customers have been invited to test the Sonaca 200, a new two-seater single-engine aircraft designed for training and leisure flights. The Belgian Flight School (BFS) has confirmed an initial order. The Sonaca 200 reportedly demonstrates good maneuverability in each flight phase (climb, descent, turns with steep bank angle and unpowered approaches). Pierre Van Wetter, Sonaca Aircraft’s Co-Founder & Chief Commercial Officer said about 30 pre-orders have been recorded. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

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