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Airborne 01.18.19: Pipistrel Adventurer, Airlander 10, Iridium NEXT
Mon, Jan 21,2019 11:40:19PM EST
Also: Canadian Filmmaker Opposed to New Regs, EMAS Technology, BRS Aerospace, VSE Aviation Acquires 1st Choice One hundred years ago, in 1919, saw the first successful flight from England to Australia. The Great Air Race (GAR) for 2019 presents a unique and major opportunity to commemorate the centenary of that historic event. Capitalizing on a concept initially proposed by a well–known Australian aviator and adventurer Dick Smith AC, the 2019 Centenary Great Air Race will be targeting innovative, new aviation technologies with the lowest environmental impact. This concept will push the boundaries of current aviation technology, and the resources and the expertise that is required to design and fly such an aircraft on this 18,000 nautical mile adventure. Several Pipistrel dealers have entered the GAR, flying a new model specifically fine-tuned for this competition. The new Pipistrel “Adventurer” aircraft was developed as a limited edition model purposely designed for events like the GAR. As of December, 2018, there had been 20 entries from the UK, Europe, USA, Canada and Australia. Hybrid Air Vehicles will not be rebuilding the prototype Airlander 10 airship after six flights and two incidents. The 302-foot long aircraft was slightly damaged in 2016 on its second flight when it bumped into the ground during a landing attempt. In 2017, the hull of the prototype automatically deflated (as designed) when it came loose from its moorings, sending a female employee of the company to the hospital. The damage was considered "very significant"and HAV's insurer agreed to pay about $26 million, which was well below the $41 million HAV told its shareholders was the "maximum insured value"of the aircraft. The last batch of Iridium NEXT satellites has been successfully launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. With this successful eighth launch, the Iridium NEXT fleet is now fully deployed to low earth orbit. The operational constellation comprises 66 satellites, at an altitude of about 485 miles, organized in six orbital planes, each containing 11 satellites, plus nine spare satellites in a parking orbit and six more ground spares. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 01.15.19: New CA Regs, State Farm Waiver, Indemnis Chute
Mon, Jan 21,2019 11:40:00PM EST
Also: Heathrow Drone Sighting, DJI Smart Remote Controller, Hydrogen Multi-Rotor UAV, Northwest UAV Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport, has announced Canada’s new rules for remotely piloted aircraft systems. The new rules, which will come into force on June 1, 2019, apply to all drone pilots flying drones between 250 grams and 25 kilograms that are operated within the drone pilot’s visual-line-of-sight, regardless of whether the drone is flown for fun, work or research. The new simplified rules reflect significant consultations with Canadians and the industry. The final regulations introduce two main categories of drone operation: basic and advanced. The categories are based on distance from bystanders and airspace rules. State Farm has reportedly been granted the first national waiver to any company in the U.S. by the FAA. The national waiver allows State Farm to conduct drone operations over people (OOP) and flights beyond the pilot’s visual line of sight (BVLOS) through November 2022. Previous waivers State Farm was granted were limited to a short time frame and to specific geographic areas impacted by hurricanes. The Indemnis Nexus parachute system for the DJI Inspire 2 drone has been validated as compliant with the new international standard for drone parachutes, following a strenuous testing procedure at the New York UAS Test Site in Rome, NY managed by NUAIR. This chute opens a wide range of new possibilities for professional drone operators intending to demonstrate that they can safely and reliably fly over people as well as sensitive locations. The FAA prohibits most drone operations directly over people as a safety precaution. Professional drone operators can apply for a waiver from that restriction if they can demonstrate they have robust safety mitigations in place. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

AMA Drone Report 01.17.19: DJI Smart Controller, UVify Swarm, Indemnis Chute
Mon, Jan 21,2019 11:39:53PM EST
Also: Heathrow Drone Paranoia, GDU SAGA, New UK Drone Regs, State Farm Waiver DJI introduced a new remote controller for its drones at CES 2019. The Smart Controller features an ultra-bright display screen and controls optimized for DJI drones. Using a 5.5” screen built into the controller itself, the Smart Controller allows pilots to quickly get their drone in the air without the need to connect a mobile device. It can be paired with DJI's newest drones including Mavic 2 Zoom and Mavic 2 Pro which use DJI's OcuSync 2.0 video transmission system, displaying vivid images in Full HD resolution. UVify has unveiled its IFO swarm lightshow drone at CES in Las Vegas. After reviewing the existing lightshow swarm drones currently available, UVify decided to build the IFO swarm lightshow drone from the ground up to be "the longest flying and most efficient in its class."According to a company news release, the UVify IFO is the world’s first swarm lightshow drone available to the general public as a service, and boasts several innovative features that will bring the beauty of drone lightshows to people around the world. The Indemnis Nexus parachute system for the DJI Inspire 2 drone has been validated as compliant with the new international standard for drone parachutes, following a strenuous testing procedure at the New York UAS Test Site in Rome, NY managed by NUAIR. This chute opens a wide range of new possibilities for professional drone operators intending to demonstrate that they can safely and reliably fly over people as well as sensitive locations. The FAA prohibits most drone operations directly over people as a safety precaution. Professional drone operators can apply for a waiver from that restriction if they can demonstrate they have robust safety mitigations in place. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 01.21.19: SubSonex Upgraded!, Aero Club Of Atlanta, Snow v Citation
Mon, Jan 21,2019 11:39:12PM EST
Also: Aerocor-Apex Aviation, Sikorsky Presents $ To Make-A-Wish, Chinese Av Mkt, JetBlue Donating One of the coolest little sportplanes to ever work its way out of the feverish and somewhat convoluted imagination of Sonex Boss, John Monnett, is the SubSonex -- a single-seat kitjet powered by a small jet turbine engine... resulting in an aerobatic bird that is about as unique as anything currently offered. However; Sonex has upped the ante and announced a number of upgrades for their SubSonex kitjet program. Three new kit features are now included under current SubSonex pricing, and upgrade kits are available to existing customers. And... another aviation program gets hit by the government shutdown... with the industry wondering just how much damage will be done by the reduced staffing levels in most facets of aviation and aerospace government programs. The most recent casualty is the monthly Atlanta Aero Club gathering... Due to problems that have resulted from the political impasse/government shutdown, the Atlanta Aero Club will, unfortunately, have to cancel the January 24th luncheon. When more than 16 inches of heavy snow dubbed "Sierra Cement"fell in Reno last week, it left a Cessna Citation X aircraft parked on the ramp at Truckee Tahoe Airport (KTRK) resting on its tail. The weight of the snow accumulating on the airplane's horizontal stabilizers and engines pushed the tail of the airplane onto the ground, leaving it in a distinctly nose-up attitude. Aviation and community services manager for airport Mark Lamb,reported that the Citation X has "really massive engines in the rear, so they tend to be a little tail heavy anyway."Normally, the airplane would have been moved off the airport when a heavy snowfall was forecast, but this particular Citation was down for maintenance, and could not be flown to a safer location. Lamb said that while there are new executive jet hangars at the airport, the Citation X was too large to be accommodated. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 01.21.19: SubSonex Upgraded!, Aero Club Of Atlanta, Snow v Citation
Mon, Jan 21,2019 11:36:53PM EST
Also: Aerocor-Apex Aviation, Sikorsky Presents $ To Make-A-Wish, Chinese Av Mkt, JetBlue Donating One of the coolest little sportplanes to ever work its way out of the feverish and somewhat convoluted imagination of Sonex Boss, John Monnett, is the SubSonex -- a single-seat kitjet powered by a small jet turbine engine... resulting in an aerobatic bird that is about as unique as anything currently offered. However; Sonex has upped the ante and announced a number of upgrades for their SubSonex kitjet program. Three new kit features are now included under current SubSonex pricing, and upgrade kits are available to existing customers. And... another aviation program gets hit by the government shutdown... with the industry wondering just how much damage will be done by the reduced staffing levels in most facets of aviation and aerospace government programs. The most recent casualty is the monthly Atlanta Aero Club gathering... Due to problems that have resulted from the political impasse/government shutdown, the Atlanta Aero Club will, unfortunately, have to cancel the January 24th luncheon. When more than 16 inches of heavy snow dubbed "Sierra Cement"fell in Reno last week, it left a Cessna Citation X aircraft parked on the ramp at Truckee Tahoe Airport (KTRK) resting on its tail. The weight of the snow accumulating on the airplane's horizontal stabilizers and engines pushed the tail of the airplane onto the ground, leaving it in a distinctly nose-up attitude. Aviation and community services manager for airport Mark Lamb,reported that the Citation X has "really massive engines in the rear, so they tend to be a little tail heavy anyway."Normally, the airplane would have been moved off the airport when a heavy snowfall was forecast, but this particular Citation was down for maintenance, and could not be flown to a safer location. Lamb said that while there are new executive jet hangars at the airport, the Citation X was too large to be accommodated. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Bombardier Appoints Peter Bromby As VP, Worldwide Sales, Learjet Aircraft
Mon, Jan 21,2019 02:38:42PM EST
Seasoned Professional Brings More Than 20 Years Of Leadership And Experience In Business Aviation Sales Bombardier Business Aircraft has appointed Peter Bromby as vice president, Worldwide Sales, Learjet Aircraft.Bromby will assume overall responsibility for sales with a dedicated U.S.-based sales team and apply his vast experience and insight to driving sales of this impressive Bombardier brand. He will retain his current responsibilities as vice president, Worldwide Pre-owned Aircraft Sales.

The Abingdon Co. Races Into 2019 With New Automotive Inspired Watch
Mon, Jan 21,2019 02:38:02PM EST
Timepiece Designed With NASCAR Driver, Julia Landauer The Abingdon Co. is starting 2019 on the NASCAR circuit as they launch into the automotive racing arena with a new timepiece built in collaboration with two time champion NASCAR driver, Julia Landauer. The “Julia” watch will be available on Indiegogo during their crowdfunding campaign January 21-February 20.

United Launch Alliance Successfully Launches NROL-71
Mon, Jan 21,2019 02:32:40PM EST
Boosted Into Orbit Atop A Delta IV Rocket In Support Of National Security A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Delta IV Heavy rocket carrying a critical payload for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) denoted NROL-71 lifted off from Space Launch Complex-6 on Jan. 19 at 11:10 a.m. PST. The mission is in support of our country’s national defense.

Teamsters Local 357 Delivers Lunch To Air Traffic Controllers
Mon, Jan 21,2019 02:28:27PM EST
Republic Airline Teamsters And TRACON Air Traffic Controllers Seeking To Raise Awareness Of Safety Issues, Community Impact Of Government Shutdown As a gesture of union solidarity, members of the Teamsters Local 357 Executive Board led a group of Teamsters employed by Republic Airline on a visit to the Indianapolis International Airport Terminal Radar Approach Control Facilities (TRACON) last Thursday to bring lunch to air traffic controllers. The air traffic controllers, who have been working without pay due to the government shutdown, are members of the National Air Traffic Controllers Association.

Bell Boeing Awarded $144 M For V-22 Support
Mon, Jan 21,2019 02:25:41PM EST
Contract Adds Support For U.S. Navy CMV-22B Variant To Existing U.S. Air Force And U.S. Marine Corps Customers The Bell Boeing Joint Program Office has been awarded an estimated $143,863,184 firm-fixed-price requirements contract for performance-based logistics and engineering support for the V-22 platform. This is an 11-month base contract with four one-year option periods. Locations of performance are Texas and Pennsylvania for V-22 aircraft belonging to the U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force and U.S. Marine Corps.

Directional Aviation's Kenn Ricci Inducted Into The Living Legends Of Aviation
Mon, Jan 21,2019 02:22:36PM EST
Presents Jeff Bezos With Lifetime Aviation Entrepreneur Award Directional Aviation Principal Kenn Ricci, has been inducted into the Living Legends of Aviation, a prestigious organization composed of men and women of extraordinary accomplishment in aviation including industry leaders, innovators, pilots and astronauts. Ricci, who was chosen by the current members of the Living Legends, was inducted at the 16th annual Living Legends of Aviation Awards Gala, held over the weekend in Beverly Hills, CA.

Fisherman Claims To Have Found Glenn Miller's Plane
Mon, Jan 21,2019 02:15:00PM EST
Says He Hooked The UC-64A Norseman In His Nets Three Decades Ago One of history's great aviation mysteries revolves around renowned bandleader Glenn Miller, whose plane went missing on December 15, 1944 on a flight from England to Paris where he was scheduled to perform. Now, a fisherman has come forward to say that he hooked the plane in his nets 32 years ago, and the story is being viewed as credible.

AgEagle Launches New University Drone Program
Mon, Jan 21,2019 02:09:23PM EST
Precision UAVs To Enhance Agriculture Technology Curriculum At Arkansas State University And Modesto Junior College Drone imagery and data analytics provider AgEagle Aerial Systems has launched a new university-specific drone offering for 2019. Building on a sale to Arkansas State University - Newport (ASU) last year by Agribotix (acquired by AgEagle in August 2018), AgEagle has now entered into a new drone program agreement with Modesto Junior College (MJC) to enhance the curriculum of their agriculture technology department.

Stratolaunch Scales Back Operations
Mon, Jan 21,2019 02:06:23PM EST
Shelves Launch Vehicle And Rocket Engine Programs A few months after the passing of its founder Paul Allen, Stratolaunch has shelved several projects in an effort to streamline its operations. While the company will continue to work on the Stratolaunch aircraft for horizontal launch operations, it has dropped development on a new type of rocket engine as well as launch vehicles it had on the drawing board.

GAMA Accepting Scholarship Applications From High School Students
Mon, Jan 21,2019 02:04:22PM EST
Will Present A $2,000 Cash Award To A Graduating High School Senior GAMA is now taking applications for its Edward W. Stimpson “Aviation Excellence” Scholarship Award, which comes with a $2,000 cash prize.

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