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AMA Drone Report 09.20.18: Section 336 Update, LAANC Course, Drones In Florence
Sat, Sep 22,2018 09:51:30PM EST
Also: FAA Reauthorization Stalled, Golf Course Drone Delivery, eBee X Fixed-Wing, Drone Locates Missing Woman AMA president Rich Hanson has sent letters to the House and Senate, requesting they consider a risk-based approach to regulating recreational UAS. This would ensure the safe integration of UAS into the nation’s airspace while continuing to allow responsible model aircraft operators to fly safely. It is still uncertain if Congress will pass an FAA Authorization bill by the September 30 deadline, but legislators have begun work to resolve some of the issues surrounding the Special Rule for Model Aircraft (Section 336), which may include remote ID requirements on some aircraft. A congressional update on Section 336 was just releasedvia a video from Interim Executive Director, Chad Budreau. Drone pilots can take a new free King Schools course titled Using LAANC to Fly Drones in Controlled Airspace to learn how to use the FAA Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability. The online course includes HD video and bullet points followed by interactive questions to test your knowledge. Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability, pronounced “LANCE,” is the result of a partnership effort between the FAA and private industry. LAANC enables drone pilots to access controlled airspace near airports through near real-time processing of airspace authorizations. In this course, Co-Chairman of King Schools Martha King explains how operators of drones can get that authorization. Drones will be instrumental in helping assess the damage caused by hurricane Florence, which struck the North Carolina coast over the weekend and is continuing to cause widespread flooding across a broad area of the country. Brien Reil, a spokesman for the Washington-based industry group Edison Electric Institute said that at least 53 teams have been recruited to help with the damage assessment. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 09.19.18: SpaceX Moonshot, 747 'Art Car', Nat'l Aerobatic Championships
Sat, Sep 22,2018 09:51:21PM EST
Also: FAA Reauthorization Stalled, First 777X, Unlicensed Pilot Arrested, Soundproofing PC-12 A Japanese entrepreneur and billionaire is the first passenger named for SpaceX's trip around the moon, which the company plans for 2023. Yusaku Maezawa has been named as the first private passenger to fly around the moon. No human has been that close to the moon since 1972. Maezawa, whose net worth has been estimated at $2.9 billion, appeared on stage with SpaceX founder Elon Musk for an event held at the company's headquarters. "Finally I can tell you that I choose to go to the moon,"he said. The Bureau of Land Management wants the owners of an "art car"from Burning Man that is made from the front half of a Boeing 747 fuselage removed from government land. It has been parked on the Black Rock Desert since the event ended two weeks ago. The display had been moved about 12 miles from the Burning Man site in the Nevada desert onto land managed by the Bureau. BLM acting communications chief Rudy Evenson said that the owners of the vehicle need to apply for a new permit to move the airplane since the event is over. Normally, as an art project the 747 would have been covered by the Burning Man organization's recreation permit, but that has expired. Some of the nation’s best aerobatic aircraft pilots will return to Oshkosh on September 22-28 to compete for the U.S. National Aerobatic Championships, hosted by the International Aerobatic Club. The event moved to Oshkosh last year after spending most of the past 45 years in Sherman/Denison, Texas. Approximately 100 pilots will compete in five separate categories during the week, ranging from Primary to Unlimited in both powered and glider aircraft. In addition, the top finishers in the Unlimited category will earn spots on the U.S. team that will compete next year at the world championships in France. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 09.18.18: Airware Grounded, AUVSI Urges Congress, LMC And DRL
Sat, Sep 22,2018 09:51:17PM EST
Also: DroneInsurance.com And AirMap, EagleView And PrecisionHawk, Laser-Carrying Drones, Army Drones Claiming to offer, “... a cloud-based platform to manage, process, view, analyze and collaborate around data for insurance, property management, mining, quarrying, and construction,” Airware has elected to shut down operations after spending some 118 million in investment capital. Airware was founded in 2011 in Newport Beach, California, by Jonathan Downey and relocated to San Francisco in January 2014, and purchased Redbird, a drone analytics software company, in 2016. Company staffers were offered little warning... having been notified the day of the shutdown. At its height, the company reportedly had over 140 employees. AUVSI has urged lawmakers working on a reauthorization bill for the FAA to include legislative proposals that would give the Departments of Homeland Security and Justice the authority to mitigate UAS that are used for nefarious purposes, while maintaining the FAA’s exclusive sovereignty over the airspace. Lockheed Martin and Drone Racing League have announced an innovation competition, challenging teams to develop artificial intelligence (AI) technology that will enable an autonomous drone to race a pilot-operated drone – and win. Participating teams will compete in a series of challenges for their share of over $2 million in prizes. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Airborne 09.21.18: Paul Allen's MonsterPlane, Reno Air Races, Diamond Doubles
Sat, Sep 22,2018 09:51:08PM EST
Also: Aviators Indicted, Hartzell Appointment, World's First 777, ASTM Parachutes For Drones Stratolaunch Systems founder Paul Allen has put his mark on the fuselage of the enormous airplane being flight tested as a horizontal launch system. Allen tweeted photos this week of the Stratolauncher, being built by Scaled Composites, emblazoned with "Stratolaunch: A Paul G. Allen Company"on the left fuselage. While there had been hopes of flight testing the airplane this summer, there are still three taxi tests on the schedule, delaying the first flight of the aircraft into the fall at the earliest. The results from the 2018 edition of the Reno Air Races are in, following the completion of the Gold races. The Gold races are essentially the final, and all heat winners are named champions in their division. Over the past ten years, the event has attracted more than 1 million spectators and generated more than $600 million for the region’s economy. The event features six racing classes, a large display of static aircraft and several military and civil flight demonstrations. Diamond plans to double production at its London, Ontario, Canada facility next year bringing the number of airplanes produced to 150 and adding about 100 workers to the payroll. The plant will manufacture about 75 airplanes this year. Diamond's CEO in London Scott McFadzean believes that the market in China is about to "explode", and other demand is growing worldwide. McFadzean said that the company is now building for the global market like it did previously for the North American market. He said that the Chinese market is "huge compared to Western countries."All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 09.21.18: Paul Allen's MonsterPlane, Reno Air Races, Diamond Doubles
Sat, Sep 22,2018 09:51:03PM EST
Also: Aviators Indicted, Hartzell Appointment, World's First 777, ASTM Parachutes For Drones Stratolaunch Systems founder Paul Allen has put his mark on the fuselage of the enormous airplane being flight tested as a horizontal launch system. Allen tweeted photos this week of the Stratolauncher, being built by Scaled Composites, emblazoned with "Stratolaunch: A Paul G. Allen Company"on the left fuselage. While there had been hopes of flight testing the airplane this summer, there are still three taxi tests on the schedule, delaying the first flight of the aircraft into the fall at the earliest. The results from the 2018 edition of the Reno Air Races are in, following the completion of the Gold races. The Gold races are essentially the final, and all heat winners are named champions in their division. Over the past ten years, the event has attracted more than 1 million spectators and generated more than $600 million for the region’s economy. The event features six racing classes, a large display of static aircraft and several military and civil flight demonstrations. Diamond plans to double production at its London, Ontario, Canada facility next year bringing the number of airplanes produced to 150 and adding about 100 workers to the payroll. The plant will manufacture about 75 airplanes this year. Diamond's CEO in London Scott McFadzean believes that the market in China is about to "explode", and other demand is growing worldwide. McFadzean said that the company is now building for the global market like it did previously for the North American market. He said that the Chinese market is "huge compared to Western countries."All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (09.23.18)
Sat, Sep 22,2018 04:31:21PM EST
"I am excited to get these trainers in the hands of the U.S. Air Force Rescue Warriors. The combat rescue mission is uniquely challenging in that it requires much of the mission planning to occur while in flight rather than prior to flight. This is due to the time-critical nature of the mission and the reality that the threat, location and condition of isolated personnel to be rescued are not fully known prior to takeoff. This requires that the aircrew become highly skilled at using the enormous networking and information capabilities that reside within the HH-60W, and that takes training and practice. These Weapons Systems and Operational Flight trainers will allow that training at the highest fidelity and realism ever seen."Source: Tim Healy, Director, Air Force Programs, Sikorsky, discussing final assembly of the first HH-60W Combat Rescue Helicopter Weapons System and Operational Flight Trainers now underway, supporting the smooth entry of the aircraft into the U.S. Air Force fleet in 2020.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (09.23.18)
Sat, Sep 22,2018 04:23:44PM EST
Aero Linx: The Stearman Restorers Association The Stearman Restorers Association is an independent “Not for Profit” 501C-3 Corporation dedicated to the preservation, restoration, flying and safety of Stearman Aircraft through the education of both members and the public. The Stearman was a primary trainer for both Army and Navy cadets in WWII. The SRA was originally founded in 1966 and for the year 2012 1150 members in 25 countries...

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (09.23.18): Obstacle
Sat, Sep 22,2018 04:18:39PM EST
Obstacle An existing object, object of natural growth, or terrain at a fixed geographical location or which may be expected at a fixed location within a prescribed area with reference to which vertical clearance is or must be provided during flight operation.

ANN FAQ: Contact Us (Updated)
Sat, Sep 22,2018 04:14:26PM EST
Update: We've Moved! Aero-News recently relocated its Global Headquarters from one aviation centric location... near Northeast Florida Regional Airport in St. Augustine... to a spot near both Cecil Field and Herlong Airport. So ...for anyone needing to contact ANN via snail mail, here is our updated address: Aero-News Network 6001 Argyle Forest Blvd., Ste. 21-252, Jacksonville, FL, 32244.

Airborne 09.17.18: Round The World Spitfire, Reno MidAir, Loon Program
Thu, Sep 20,2018 08:06:16PM EST
Also: NATA Leadership, Navy Presents DFC, Wright Brothers Memorial, Orion Parachute Tests We rarely get jealous of our fellow aviators but a recent announcement has definitely inspired us to be green with envy. Seriously... just say the name, SPITFIRE, and you have nearly any pilot’s immediate attention as they consider the iconic airplane that so many have admired and so few have actually flown. And as exciting as the aircraft and its warrior history may be, there is one thing that this infamous aircraft has never done... fly around the world. BUT... two adventurous aviators seem intent on changing all that. The two British flyers, Matt Jones and Steve Brooks, intend to leave Southern England on a trans-global journey by next fall in a brightly polished silver Spitfire Mark IX, returning the following Christmas after an adventure that should require some 150 stops in over 30 countries. The most recent edition of the Reno Air Races had a little unplanned excitement this weekend as two L39s tangled during a Friday morning race, damaging both aircraft but no so much that both aircraft weren’t able to return both pilots safely... though the same probably can’t be said of their checkbooks. The two pilots involved in the midair were Race 37 pilot Alexandre Eckmann of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, piloting, and Race 13 pilot Nathan Harnagel of Friendswood, Texas, piloting Reality Czech. The incident took place about 1000 local time during the Jet Heat 2B, not far from Pylon 4 along the 7.9 mile course. Alphabet's Loon has reached what it is calling a major milestone after successfully relaying data across some 540 nautical miles between a network of seven balloons. For the experiment, the connection originated from the launch site in Navata to a balloon floating at about 65,000 feet. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 09.19.18: SpaceX Moonshot, 747 'Art Car', Nat'l Aerobatic Championships
Thu, Sep 20,2018 08:06:10PM EST
Also: FAA Reauthorization Stalled, First 777X, Unlicensed Pilot Arrested, Soundproofing PC-12 A Japanese entrepreneur and billionaire is the first passenger named for SpaceX's trip around the moon, which the company plans for 2023. Yusaku Maezawa has been named as the first private passenger to fly around the moon. No human has been that close to the moon since 1972. Maezawa, whose net worth has been estimated at $2.9 billion, appeared on stage with SpaceX founder Elon Musk for an event held at the company's headquarters. "Finally I can tell you that I choose to go to the moon,"he said. The Bureau of Land Management wants the owners of an "art car"from Burning Man that is made from the front half of a Boeing 747 fuselage removed from government land. It has been parked on the Black Rock Desert since the event ended two weeks ago. The display had been moved about 12 miles from the Burning Man site in the Nevada desert onto land managed by the Bureau. BLM acting communications chief Rudy Evenson said that the owners of the vehicle need to apply for a new permit to move the airplane since the event is over. Normally, as an art project the 747 would have been covered by the Burning Man organization's recreation permit, but that has expired. Some of the nation’s best aerobatic aircraft pilots will return to Oshkosh on September 22-28 to compete for the U.S. National Aerobatic Championships, hosted by the International Aerobatic Club. The event moved to Oshkosh last year after spending most of the past 45 years in Sherman/Denison, Texas. Approximately 100 pilots will compete in five separate categories during the week, ranging from Primary to Unlimited in both powered and glider aircraft. In addition, the top finishers in the Unlimited category will earn spots on the U.S. team that will compete next year at the world championships in France. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

AMA Drone Report 09.20.18: Section 336 Update, LAANC Course, Drones In Florence
Thu, Sep 20,2018 07:44:08PM EST
Also: FAA Reauthorization Stalled, Golf Course Drone Delivery, eBee X Fixed-Wing, Drone Locates Missing Woman AMA president Rich Hanson has sent letters to the House and Senate, requesting they consider a risk-based approach to regulating recreational UAS. This would ensure the safe integration of UAS into the nation’s airspace while continuing to allow responsible model aircraft operators to fly safely. It is still uncertain if Congress will pass an FAA Authorization bill by the September 30 deadline, but legislators have begun work to resolve some of the issues surrounding the Special Rule for Model Aircraft (Section 336), which may include remote ID requirements on some aircraft. A congressional update on Section 336 was just released via a video from Interim Executive Director, Chad Budreau. Drone pilots can take a new free King Schools course titled Using LAANC to Fly Drones in Controlled Airspace to learn how to use the FAA Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability. The online course includes HD video and bullet points followed by interactive questions to test your knowledge. Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability, pronounced “LANCE,” is the result of a partnership effort between the FAA and private industry. LAANC enables drone pilots to access controlled airspace near airports through near real-time processing of airspace authorizations. In this course, Co-Chairman of King Schools Martha King explains how operators of drones can get that authorization. Drones will be instrumental in helping assess the damage caused by hurricane Florence, which struck the North Carolina coast over the weekend and is continuing to cause widespread flooding across a broad area of the country. Brien Reil, a spokesman for the Washington-based industry group Edison Electric Institute said that at least 53 teams have been recruited to help with the damage assessment. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Hubble Uncovers Never-Before-Seen Features Around A Neutron Star
Thu, Sep 20,2018 03:27:14PM EST
Scientists Still Unsure What Is Causing The Unusual Infrared Light Emission An unusual infrared light emission from a nearby neutron star detected by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope could indicate new features never before seen. One possibility is that there is a dusty disk surrounding the neutron star; another is that there is an energetic wind coming off the object and slamming into gas in interstellar space the neutron star is plowing through.

IATA: Aviation Drives Economic Prosperity For Mauritius
Thu, Sep 20,2018 02:48:29PM EST
Calls On Government To Focus On The Sector As An Economic Enabler The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on the government of Mauritius to continue to focus on aviation as a strategic enabler of the country’s economic and social development.

Auburn 3-D Technology Helping Build Next Generation Of NASA Spacecraft
Thu, Sep 20,2018 02:47:44PM EST
Expanding On Existing Relationship With Marshall Space Flight Center NASA inspires the world with its mission of space exploration, scientific discovery and development of new technology. That's why Auburn University is partnering with NASA to employ 3-D printers that will build components for the next generation of spacecraft in support of a U.S.-led program for a human return to the Moon.

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