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Klyde Morris (02.20.17)
Sun, Feb 19,2017 09:01:02PM EST
Klyde's Still On SpaceX's Case... As Usual FMI: www.klydemorris.com

SpaceX Falcon 9 Back In ISS Delivery Biz
Sun, Feb 19,2017 08:57:59PM EST
Eighth Successful First Stage Landing/Recovery Looked Almost Easy... They're back in the ISS delivery business as a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifted off at 9:39 a.m. EST, Sunday. About 5,500 pounds of research equipment, cargo and supplies are packed into the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft that is now in Earth orbit and headed to the station on the CRS-10 mission. SpaceX’s Dragon cargo craft launched from historic Launch Complex 39A and was the first commercial launch from Kennedy’s historic pad that once launched Apollo and Space Shuttle missions. Dragon separated from the Falcon 9 about 10 minutes after launch.

Napa Jet Center (KAPC) To Offer Expanded Maintenance Services
Sat, Feb 18,2017 09:54:59PM EST
Textron Aviation Selects Napa Jet Center For Maintenance Of Bonanza/Baron Series Napa Jet Center (KAPC) has been selected by Textron Aviation to add the Beechcraft Authorized Service Center authorization for the Bonanza/Baron Series of aircraft to Napa Jet Center’s extensive listing of its FAA 145 authorized maintenance capabilities.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (02.20.17)
Sat, Feb 18,2017 09:51:36PM EST
“One of the main uses for the UAS will be for high-risk situations such as someone barricaded in a home or building. The UAS will allow us to get a bird’s-eye view and see more of what’s going on without having to put any of our deputies in danger. The capability will also increase public safety for search and rescue operations. We will no longer have to lose valuable time waiting on helicopters or airplanes to locate missing subjects.” Source: Sheriff Neil Godfrey, explaining that the Moore County Sheriff’s Office has purchased an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) equipped with an eye-in-the-sky camera for surveillance in a variety of law enforcement operations. Three deputies have been trained and have received their FAA and North Carolina certifications which are required for the deputies to fly and operate these types of aircraft legally in North Carolina.

Moore County, NC Sheriff’s Office Purchases UAS
Sat, Feb 18,2017 09:49:17PM EST
Will Be Employed For A Variety Of Law Enforcement Operations Sheriff Neil Godfrey announced today that the Moore County Sheriff’s Office has purchased an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) equipped with an eye-in-the-sky camera for surveillance in a variety of law enforcement operations. Three deputies have been trained and have received their FAA and North Carolina certifications which are required for the deputies to fly and operate these types of aircraft legally in North Carolina.

Airborne 02.17.17: Privatization Fight Is ON, X-37B Stays Up, TSA Arrests
Sat, Feb 18,2017 09:39:46PM EST
Also: HeliTrak PMA, Aviation’s Next Big Fight, New KC Airport, Verifly, CFM Orders, Purdue Aviation, P&W Expansion Some of the aviation industry’s worst fears appear to have been confirmed after a recent White House meeting with the executives of many of the country's major airlines. President Donald Trump was reportedly "extraordinarily positive"about the concept of spinning off Air Traffic Control to a private, non-profit corporation. That was the assessment of A4A president and CEO Nick Calio, who attended the meeting. The corporation would likely have strong representation from the airlines, according to a report appearing on Fortune online. Calio said that in his view, Trump is "on track to do that"in reference to backing a bill that would separate ATC from the FAA. The word had gone out that the X-37B mini-shuttle would be landing at Kennedy Space Center on Tuesday, but it turned out to be a false alarm -- again. The USAF said that sending out notices to clear the airspace were a component of an exercise for the program. "The X-37 is still on-orbit,"said Capt. Annmarie Annicelli, an Air Force spokeswoman at the Pentagon. "The program is conducting a regularly scheduled exercise this week."It’s just one more reason not to trust the TSA. Last week, a federal grand jury in the District of Puerto Rico returned a superseding indictment against twelve defendants charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine. During the course of the conspiracy, the defendants smuggled suitcases, each containing at least 8 to 15 kilograms of cocaine, through the TSA security system at the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport. Sometimes as many as five mules were used on each flight, with each mule checking-in up to two suitcases. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (02.19.17)
Sat, Feb 18,2017 03:54:03PM EST
Aero-News Quote of the Day "Although our navigation algorithms can get even better, and we need to test them in many other parts of the world, this is a positive sign for Loon’s economic and operational viability. We’ll be able to put together a Loon network over a particular region in weeks not months, and it would be a lot less work to launch and manage. We’ll reduce the number of balloons we need and get greater value out of each one. All of this helps reduce the costs of operating a Loon-powered network, which is good news for the telco partners we’ll work with around the world to make Loon a reality, and critical given that cost has been one key factor keeping reliable Internet from people living in rural and remote regions."Source: Writing on BlogX, Alphabet's 'Captain of Moonshots"Astro Teller says that newly-developed algorithms can now send much smaller teams of balloons to cluster over a specific area and loiter there, providing much more reliable access to the Internet.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.20.17): Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR)
Sat, Feb 18,2017 03:46:54PM EST
Temporary Flight Restriction (TFR) A TFR is a regulatory action issued by the FAA via the U.S. NOTAM System, under the authority of United States Code, Title 49. TFRs are issued within the sovereign airspace of the United States and its territories to restrict certain aircraft from operating within a defined area on a temporary basis to protect persons or property in the air or on the ground. While not all inclusive, TFRs may be issued for disaster or hazard situations such as: toxic gas leaks or spills, fumes from flammable agents, aircraft accident/incident sites, aviation or ground resources engaged in wildlife suppression, or aircraft relief activities following a disaster. TFRs may also be issued in support of VIP movements; for reasons of national security; or when determined necessary for the management of air traffic in the vicinity of aerial demonstrations or major sporting events. NAS users or other interested parties should contact a FSS for TFR information. Additionally, TFR information can be found in automated briefings, NOTAM publications, and on the internet at http://www.faa.gov. The FAA also distributes TFR information to aviation user groups for further dissemination.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.19.17): Takeoff Hold Lights (THL)
Sat, Feb 18,2017 03:44:01PM EST
Takeoff Hold Lights (THL) The THL system is composed of in-pavement lighting in a double, longitudinal row of lights aligned either side of the runway centerline. The lights are focused toward the arrival end of the runway at the “line up and wait” point, and they extend for 1,500 feet in front of the holding aircraft. Illuminated red lights indicate to an aircraft in position for takeoff or rolling that it is unsafe to takeoff because the runway is occupied or about to be occupied by an aircraft or vehicle.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (02.20.17)
Sat, Feb 18,2017 03:40:46PM EST
Aero Linx: The Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance AWAM is an international orgranization, open to both women and men and has membership opportunities for students and corporations. Our membership consists of maintenance technicians, engineers, teachers, scientists, vendors and pilots that support maintenance in one form or another. Our goal is to help women in the aviation maintenance related fields and find ways to network and support each other in this field.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (02.19.17)
Sat, Feb 18,2017 03:37:31PM EST
Aero Linx: Modification and Replacement Parts Association (MARPA) MARPA is the non-profit trade association that represents the Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) community. A PMA is an FAA design and production approval that verifies that the design of an aircraft part meets FAA safety regulations, and the fabrication inspection system meets FAA quality standards designed to assure that every part actually produced continues to meet the FAA-approved design. MARPA's mission is to promote uniform, outstanding standards within the FAA PMA industry. MARPA speaks with a single, powerful voice to the entire worldwide aviation community to elevate awareness and acceptance. MARPA works with government authorities throughout the world to seek a regulatory atmosphere that promotes high levels of safety without imposing needless resource burdens on the industry. This is just one of the many reasons PMA parts manufacturers can produce parts that are significantly less expensive than their competitors'.

ANN FAQ: How Do I Become A News Spy?
Sat, Feb 18,2017 03:20:50PM EST
We're Everywhere... Thanks To You! Even with the vast resources and incredibly far-reaching scope of the Aero-News Network, every now and then a story that should be reported on slips through our fingers. There's a lot of news out there, and sometimes we just don't get to all of it... so we came up with the idea of News Spies.

ANN FAQ: What Does The Airborne Partnership Initiative Mean For Your Business
Sat, Feb 18,2017 03:20:16PM EST
Get Your Breaking News Out To The Industry A partnership between ANN and others in the aviation/aerospace industry offers more exposure, a greatly lessened strain on individual resources, and the pivotal advantage of starting out with what is already a solid, professional award- winning platform…which is Airborne Unlimited.

Airborne 02.16.17: Craig Fuller v Privatization, Flying Car, 3 Million Drones?
Fri, Feb 17,2017 04:50:58PM EST
Also: Radar Tower Targeted, AEA 2017, JetPack Aviation, Harrier Demos, DC-3 Documentary, Nigerian Airlines, Skydiving Former AOPA president and CEO Craig Fuller says that the meeting last week between airline executives and President Donald Trump was a missed opportunity for the aviation community to outline a path for the modernization of the nation's air transportation system. Fuller said that the entire aviation community, including the airlines, have been at the table with FAA leadership developing recommendations for the NAS. But with only airlines represented at the meeting with the President, only a very narrow point of view was represented. This week, flying car manufacturer PAL-V has officially started the sales of its commercial models, the Liberty Pioneer and Liberty Sport. Following the successful test programs of their concept vehicles in 2009 and 2012, PAL-V started the design of the commercial products that are now being launched... Production of drones for personal and commercial use is growing rapidly, with global market revenue expected to increase 34 percent to reach more than $6 billion in 2017and grow to more than $11.2 billion by 2020, according to a new forecast from Gartner, Inc. Almost three million drones will be produced in 2017, 39 percent more than in 2016. The overall drone market will see substantial growth, but the dynamics of the personal and commercial submarkets are very different. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 02.17.17: Privatization Fight Is ON, X-37B Stays Up, TSA Arrests
Fri, Feb 17,2017 04:47:44PM EST
Also: HeliTrak PMA, Aviation’s Next Big Fight, New KC Airport, Verifly, CFM Orders, Purdue Aviation, P&W Expansion Some of the aviation industry’s worst fears appear to have been confirmed after a recent White House meeting with the executives of many of the country's major airlines. President Donald Trump was reportedly "extraordinarily positive"about the concept of spinning off Air Traffic Control to a private, non-profit corporation. That was the assessment of A4A president and CEO Nick Calio, who attended the meeting. The corporation would likely have strong representation from the airlines, according to a report appearing on Fortune online. Calio said that in his view, Trump is "on track to do that"in reference to backing a bill that would separate ATC from the FAA. The word had gone out that the X-37B mini-shuttle would be landing at Kennedy Space Center on Tuesday, but it turned out to be a false alarm -- again. The USAF said that sending out notices to clear the airspace were a component of an exercise for the program. "The X-37 is still on-orbit,"said Capt. Annmarie Annicelli, an Air Force spokeswoman at the Pentagon. "The program is conducting a regularly scheduled exercise this week."It’s just one more reason not to trust the TSA. Last week, a federal grand jury in the District of Puerto Rico returned a superseding indictment against twelve defendants charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine. During the course of the conspiracy, the defendants smuggled suitcases, each containing at least 8 to 15 kilograms of cocaine, through the TSA security system at the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport. Sometimes as many as five mules were used on each flight, with each mule checking-in up to two suitcases. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

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