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Airborne 11.15.19: DeLand Showcase, Another Airport Threat, Continental Air Show
Sat, Nov 16,2019 09:11:09PM EST
Also: First Air Canada A220, Allegiant Aircraft Base, X-57 Electric Airplane, Kaman Receives Boeing Award It never fails... have a major Fly-In and Mother Nature tends to rear her ugly head. However, in the case of the DeLand Sport Aviation Showcase, the weather turned out surprisingly warm, and despite some clouds and threats of storms, the weather was held at bay. For now. Thankfully, this year's DSAS19 event started with record advance ticket sales, sold out indoor and outdoor exhibits, and a lot of people ready to celebrate the last big Sport Aviation event of 2019. There is a lot to see here this year... 100 exhibitors... Santa Clara County may be trying to take a page from Santa Monica's book and close Reid-Hillview airport in East San Jose, but the FAA says it will vigorously oppose any closure plans -- though we’ve heard that line before... Last December, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted to stop accepting new federal AIP grants for the airport, allowing it to close as soon as 2031. But the FAA said 'not so fast."The agency's Office of Airports director for the Western Pacific Area Mark McClardy sent a letter to the Board of Supervisors in October saying Reid-Hillview (KHRV) is a "crucial asset"for aviation in the region. For the first time in more than half a century, there will be a change of ownership at Continental Air Show Productions (CASP). Dave Olmstead, the company’s long-time operations director, will assume sole ownership effective December 1. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

ANN FAQ: How Do I Become A News Spy?
Sat, Nov 16,2019 09:10:59PM 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. Fortunately for us, we realized early on we couldn't be everywhere at once -- curse the laws of physics! -- so we came up with the idea of News-Spies. Just as the title suggests, a News-Spy is a reader who notices a news item -- be it in the newspaper, on television, or something they came across at their own airport, town hall, at the office water cooler or just by walking down the street -- basically, any item a reader may think is newsworthy, that pertains to the world of aviation.

Airborne 11.15.19: DeLand Showcase, Another Airport Threat, Continental Air Show
Sat, Nov 16,2019 09:10:55PM EST
Also: First Air Canada A220, Allegiant Aircraft Base, X-57 Electric Airplane, Kaman Receives Boeing Award It never fails... have a major Fly-In and Mother Nature tends to rear her ugly head. However, in the case of the DeLand Sport Aviation Showcase, the weather turned out surprisingly warm, and despite some clouds and threats of storms, the weather was held at bay. For now. Thankfully, this year's DSAS19 event started with record advance ticket sales, sold out indoor and outdoor exhibits, and a lot of people ready to celebrate the last big Sport Aviation event of 2019. There is a lot to see here this year... 100 exhibitors... Santa Clara County may be trying to take a page from Santa Monica's book and close Reid-Hillview airport in East San Jose, but the FAA says it will vigorously oppose any closure plans -- though we’ve heard that line before... Last December, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors voted to stop accepting new federal AIP grants for the airport, allowing it to close as soon as 2031. But the FAA said 'not so fast."The agency's Office of Airports director for the Western Pacific Area Mark McClardy sent a letter to the Board of Supervisors in October saying Reid-Hillview (KHRV) is a "crucial asset"for aviation in the region. For the first time in more than half a century, there will be a change of ownership at Continental Air Show Productions (CASP). Dave Olmstead, the company’s long-time operations director, will assume sole ownership effective December 1. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

AMA Drone Report 11.14.19: DJI Drone-To-Phone, Drone Corridor, Drone Workshop
Sat, Nov 16,2019 09:10:47PM EST
Also: NOTAM Data Optimization Summit, CASA Warns Drone Pilots, Drones Reveal Iceland Glaciers, SeaWorld Drone Show Well... we knew this was coming... DJI is now demonstrating a direct drone-to-phone, Wi-Fi based solution to remotely identify airborne drones. DJI’s remote identification solution, developed in collaboration with industry stakeholders and regulators, broadcasts information from drones directly to off-the-shelf mobile phones using existing Wi-Fi protocols. Using a simple app, anyone within radio range of the drone can receive that signal and learn the location, altitude, speed and direction of the drone, as well as an identification number for the drone and the location of the pilot. A state supported 50-mile unmanned traffic management drone corridor, which runs from Central New York to the Mohawk Valley has been completed. The first-in-the-nation corridor is the most advanced drone testing corridor in the nation. With the needed infrastructure now in place, companies will be able to test both unmanned aerial systems platforms and UTM technologies in real world settings, generating data that will inform the industry and regulators and take them one step closer towards the routine commercial use of drones. The FAA and NASA will hold the UAS Traffic Management (UTM) Pilot Program (UPP) Phase 2 Industry Workshop in December. Building on UPP Phase 1, UPP Phase 2 will showcase additional technologies, including Remote Identification (ID) and operations with increasing volumes and density. The UPP’s success is dependent upon the ability to work with industry, various FAA Test Sites and IPP participants. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 11.12.19: Drone Delivery $$, UK Regs, Alaska BVLOS
Sat, Nov 16,2019 09:10:33PM EST
Also: Drones Fight Fires, Wayne Baker Joins DJI, DroneTracker 4.1, Autonomous Delivery Robot Service UPS Flight Forward Inc. (UPSFF) and CVS Pharmacy Inc. have successfully completed the first revenue-generating, residential drone deliveries of medical prescriptions from a CVS pharmacy to customers in Cary, North Carolina. One of the people on the receiving end of these landmark deliveries was a CVS customer with limited mobility, which makes it hard for them to make the trip to the store to pick up their prescription. Utilizing a Matternet M2 UAS, the flights launched from a CVS store in Cary. Once the UAS reached its destinations, it lowered the packages to the ground using a cable and a winch while hovering about 20 feet over the properties. The UK CAA has introduced a requirement for drone operators to register their aircraft, and the process includes an online test. The registration is about $12. Registrants are required to take an online education course and pass a test to qualify to fly their drones. After the requirements have been satisfied, the drone owner will receive a unique code that must be displayed on the aircraft so that it can be easily identified. Drone operators must also be in possession of a flyer ID. To be granted the document, they must pass a theory test. Kids under the age of 13 may fly drones if they pass the test, but a parent of guardian must register the aircraft for them. The University of Alaska’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Pilot Program (UAS IPP) conducted the first-ever ‘Beyond-Visual-Line-of-Sight’ (BVLOS) drone operation without visual observers, an industry milestone. After a safe and successful 3.87-mile mission to inspect the Trans-Alaska Pipeline infrastructure, a cohort of leading UAS organizations and technology partners earned permission to fly the same mission without a human visual observer. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

ANN FAQ: How Do I Become A News Spy?
Sat, Nov 16,2019 08:52:56PM 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.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (11.17.19)
Sat, Nov 16,2019 08:34:00PM EST
"CRISM spotted carbonates here years ago, but we only recently noticed how concentrated they are right where a lakeshore would be. We're going to encounter carbonate deposits in many locations throughout the mission, but the bathtub ring will be one of the most exciting places to visit."Source: Briony Horgan of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. the lead author of a paper published in the journal Icarus that identifies distinct deposits of minerals called carbonates along the inner rim of Jezero, the site of a lake more than 3.5 billion years ago. On Earth, carbonates help form structures that are hardy enough to survive in fossil form for billions of years, including seashells, coral and some stromatolites - rocks formed on this planet by ancient microbial life along ancient shorelines, where sunlight and water were plentiful.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (11.17.19): Safety Alert
Sat, Nov 16,2019 08:29:12PM EST
Safety Alert A safety alert issued by ATC to aircraft under their control if ATC is aware the aircraft is at an altitude which, in the controller’s judgment, places the aircraft in unsafe proximity to terrain, obstructions, or other aircraft. The controller may discontinue the issuance of further alerts if the pilot advises he/she is taking action to correct the situation or has the other aircraft in sight.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (11.17.19)
Sat, Nov 16,2019 08:24:12PM EST
Aero Linx: The Southwest Navion Air Group The Southwest Navion Air Group originated in 1971 as the Southwest Navioneers. Over time the members began referring to themselves as the Southwest Navion Air Group and thus SNAG was born. Many years later a lot of our members were living in the Southeast region of the United States and thus the name was changed to Southern Navion Air Group to better represent our geography. In general, our goal is to get together, have fun, share information and fly with Navion owners and those who genuinely love Navions. We accomplish this goal primarily through regularly scheduled SNAG "Fly-Ins"throughout the year, and publishing a monthly SNAG Newsletter. The fly-ins routinely begin with arrival on Friday followed by a casual evening social. Saturday's (weather permitting) begin with the traditional "Dawn Patrol"of Navions and flying events such as spot landing competitions, balloon busting and flour bombing. Sometimes, there are maintenance seminars or a general safety briefing dealing with a specific "this happened to me". There are always plenty of Navions for folks to observe several upgrades, various paint schemes, nose art or just admire an original North American Navion design.

Airborne 11.13.19: Mooney Woes, Naval Museum Eviction, 737MAX Update
Fri, Nov 15,2019 09:21:01PM EST
Also: Bombardier’s Safety Standdown, EAA Honors Five, Rutan Joins xCraft, FlightSafety Intro's 'FlightSmart'The Mooney factory in Kerrville, TX is currently closed, and all of its employees have been furloughed. A call to Mooney resulted in a recorded message saying that the employees had been furloughed. A post on the Mooneyspace.com indicated that the employees had been furloughed for a week and told to return to work a week from Monday. No other details were made available. There is no indication of the furlough on the company website. The company cut production and laid off some 60 employees in 2008, citing a weak economy and high fuel prices. The company continued to clear its backlog of aircraft, but no new airplanes were produced. Citing concerns over "general liability coverage"and "fluid spill violations"at Kalaeloa Airport, the Hawaii State Transportation Airports Division has issued a revocation notice to the Naval Air Museum, and ordered them to vacate the premises. Museum director Brad Hayes feels the eviction is not justified, and has vowed to fight the move. Hayes said that he has provided proof of insurance and a report from the EPA clearing the museum, but the state says its too little, too late. Transportation Department spokesman Tim Sakahara said that the documents were provided after the revocation order was issued, so it will stand. Boeing has released a statement updating its efforts to return the 737 MAX to service. Boeing says it is working closely with the FAA and other regulatory authorities as they work towards certification and safe return to commercial service. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

NTSB: U.S. Aviation Fatalities Increased In 2018
Fri, Nov 15,2019 10:43:43AM EST
Most Of Those Were The Result Of GA Accidents, Board Says U.S. civil aviation deaths increased from 347 in 2017 to 393 in 2018, according to preliminary statistics released Wednesday by the National Transportation Safety Board.

GAMA Publishes 2019 Third Quarter Aircraft Shipment And Billings Report
Fri, Nov 15,2019 10:33:21AM EST
Another Mixed Bag, With Piston Airplanes And Business Jets Showing Positive Results GAMA today published a nine-month industry update with the release of its third quarter general aviation aircraft shipments and billings report. Aggregate business jet and piston airplane deliveries continued experiencing increases through the first nine months of 2019 compared to last year, whereas the number of turboprops and rotorcraft deliveries declined.

Airborne 11.13.19: Mooney Woes, Naval Museum Eviction, 737MAX Update
Thu, Nov 14,2019 10:37:45PM EST
Also: Bombardier’s Safety Standdown, EAA Honors Five, Rutan Joins xCraft, FlightSafety Intro's 'FlightSmart'The Mooney factory in Kerrville, TX is currently closed, and all of its employees have been furloughed. A call to Mooney resulted in a recorded message saying that the employees had been furloughed. A post on the Mooneyspace.com indicated that the employees had been furloughed for a week and told to return to work a week from Monday. No other details were made available. There is no indication of the furlough on the company website. The company cut production and laid off some 60 employees in 2008, citing a weak economy and high fuel prices. The company continued to clear its backlog of aircraft, but no new airplanes were produced. Citing concerns over "general liability coverage"and "fluid spill violations"at Kalaeloa Airport, the Hawaii State Transportation Airports Division has issued a revocation notice to the Naval Air Museum, and ordered them to vacate the premises. Museum director Brad Hayes feels the eviction is not justified, and has vowed to fight the move. Hayes said that he has provided proof of insurance and a report from the EPA clearing the museum, but the state says its too little, too late. Transportation Department spokesman Tim Sakahara said that the documents were provided after the revocation order was issued, so it will stand. Boeing has released a statement updating its efforts to return the 737 MAX to service. Boeing says it is working closely with the FAA and other regulatory authorities as they work towards certification and safe return to commercial service. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

AMA Drone Report 11.14.19: DJI Drone-To-Phone, Drone Corridor, Drone Workshop
Thu, Nov 14,2019 10:36:11PM EST
Also: NOTAM Data Optimization Summit, CASA Warns Drone Pilots, Drones Reveal Iceland Glaciers, SeaWorld Drone Show Well... we knew this was coming... DJI is now demonstrating a direct drone-to-phone, Wi-Fi based solution to remotely identify airborne drones. DJI’s remote identification solution, developed in collaboration with industry stakeholders and regulators, broadcasts information from drones directly to off-the-shelf mobile phones using existing Wi-Fi protocols. Using a simple app, anyone within radio range of the drone can receive that signal and learn the location, altitude, speed and direction of the drone, as well as an identification number for the drone and the location of the pilot. A state supported 50-mile unmanned traffic management drone corridor, which runs from Central New York to the Mohawk Valley has been completed. The first-in-the-nation corridor is the most advanced drone testing corridor in the nation. With the needed infrastructure now in place, companies will be able to test both unmanned aerial systems platforms and UTM technologies in real world settings, generating data that will inform the industry and regulators and take them one step closer towards the routine commercial use of drones. The FAA and NASA will hold the UAS Traffic Management (UTM) Pilot Program (UPP) Phase 2 Industry Workshop in December. Building on UPP Phase 1, UPP Phase 2 will showcase additional technologies, including Remote Identification (ID) and operations with increasing volumes and density. The UPP’s success is dependent upon the ability to work with industry, various FAA Test Sites and IPP participants. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

A ‘Novel’ Way Of Introducing Aviation To Young People
Thu, Nov 14,2019 05:04:37PM EST
Adventure Novel Features A Young Aviation Enthusiast Richard is a Training Captain with an international airline and his wife, Julie, is a writer. Their ten year old daughter, Talitha, dreams of following in her father’s footsteps and becoming a pilot herself one day.

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