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Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:13:12PM EST
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Airborne-Unmanned 10.19.21: 8-Day Drone Test, Honda eVTOL, Bell APT
Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:10:53PM EST
Also: Jaunt Air Mobility, Mars Helo Chief, Electra eSTOL, BepiColombo A final flight time of 8 days, 50 minutes, and 47 seconds covering 12,200 miles of continuous flight was achieved when the Vanilla Unmanned prototype ISR UAS touched down October 2. It created the newest world record for unrefueled, internal combustion endurance of an unmanned aircraft. The ET-CTF has been essential to the development of Vanilla’s prototype drone aircraft, trying to create a cost-effective, airborne intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance demands for long-term periods aloft. Honda Motor Company recently released its ambitious "2030 Vision", an series of changes and projects geared towards future-proofing the company by integrating its wide range of expertise in combustion, electrics, aeronautics, and robotics into a series of products suited for a rapidly changing economy. Central to their new "mobility ecosystem"will be a hybrid gas turbine and electrically powered vertical takeoff and landing aircraft, currently dubbed the Honda eVTOL. Bell’s Autonomous Pod Transport, or APT, has proved its conceptual pack mule capabilities after airdropping test supplies successfully.An unmanned VTOL quad-rotor, the APT is designed to carry two standard tactical packs, each carrying up to 60 pounds, with a maximum payload of 100 lbs. Ranging from ammunition, water, medical supplies, batteries, or fuel, the capability to flexibly resupply personnel with minimal impact to transit is one of the hallmarks of drone tasking. It can drop the bags over separate locations, if needed. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (10.25.21)
Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:10:42PM EST
Aero Linx: International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers'Associations IFATCA is an international collective of air traffic controller associations. It was established in 1961 and is the largest and most comprehensive representative body for air traffic control in the world. Objectives of the Federation: The objects of the International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers'Associations are: 1) To operate as a non-­profit and non-­political federation of air traffic controllers'associations; 2) To promote safety, efficiency and regularity in International Air Navigation; 3) To assist and advise in the development of safe and orderly systems of Air Traffic Control; 4) To promote and uphold a high standard of knowledge and professional efficiency among Air Traffic Controllers; 5) To protect and safeguard the interests of the Air Traffic Control profession; 6) To make mutual benefit affiliations with other international professional organisations; 7) To strive for a world-wide Federation of Air Traffic Controllers'Associations.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (10.25.21): Man Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS)
Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:10:39PM EST
Man Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS) MANPADS are lightweight, shoulder-launched, missile systems used to bring down aircraft and create mass casualties. The potential for MANPADS use against airborne aircraft is real and requires familiarity with the subject. Terrorists choose MANPADS because the weapons are low cost, highly mobile, require minimal set-up time, and are easy to use and maintain. Although the weapons have limited range, and their accuracy is affected by poor visibility and adverse weather, they can be fired from anywhere on land or from boats where there is unrestricted visibility to the target.

Airborne 10.22.21: Jetson ONE, Nonagenarian Skydives, Drones v Lava
Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:10:34PM EST
Also: NASA Adjusts Crew-3 Sked, Southwest Relents, ACR Electronics, Blue Sky Now Shipping Swedish company Jetson has officially launched their ONE, a commercially available, personal electric aircraft with VTOL capabilities. The cockpit is flanked by four twin rotors, and the folding, ultralight vehicle appears ready for sale in its recently released promotional video. The ONE appears suited for the recreational crowd, with space for a single pilot and… well, there’s probably somewhere to wedge a granola bar somewhere in that tubing. Piloting is accomplished by a fighter like HOTAS configuration, with the right hand controlling three axes of flight, and power on the left. Ten years ago, history maker Pat Moorehead completed a record 81 jumps on his 80th birthday to raise funds for the International Skydiving Museum & Hall of Fame (ISMHF), bringing in $20,000 with his efforts. Now, for his 90th birthday, he will jump again. For that 2011 attempt, Pat had the support of 50 riggers, cameramen, a pilot, and medical personnel on standby. A constant stream of parachute packing and aircraft prep took place over the course of 6 ½ hours, until he made his 81st jump with a celebratory American flag. The ongoing volcanic activity of Cumbre Vieja, on the Spanish Isle of La Palma, has been a subject of internet interest since it began. Early evacuations successfully removed residents from danger, but not all the island’s inhabitants have escaped, however, as viewers remotely touring the situation noticed four scrawny, haggard dogs trapped behind a house. Stuck behind the exclusion zone, with local airspace closed near the volcano, the dogs seemed doomed to starvation or death by lava flow. Local UAV companies Tecnofly and TicomSolutions stepped up to the plate and began airlifting food and water... All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 10.20.21: Mooney 4 Sale, Ruddervator Bounty, United Backs Off
Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:10:30PM EST
Also: Private Airport Under Fire, Soyuz Returns, Volocopter’s VoloDrone, Nat’l Av Hall of Fame An interesting rumor has made its way through the inboxes of aviation enthusiasts this week. A business for sale, labeled “Legendary Aircraft Manufacturer”, with an asking price of $15 million, accompanied by a short video of the Mooney factory. The unusual listing includes the owners’ 2020 overview and strategy document, now nearly a year out of date. The price may seem somewhat small in an industry that regularly headlines hundreds of millions of dollars in transactions, but some fans of the troubled marque worry that there isn’t much meat left on the bones. Interviews with the new president last year sounded pragmatic and realistic. CEO Jonny Pollack was clear in his interview with us that “we have to walk before we fly.” The American Bonanza Society/Air Safety Foundation (ABS/ASF) has increased its prize for the development and certification of parts vital to vintage V-Tail Bonanzas. The infamous ruddervator, now increasingly difficult to service and maintain, is a source of stress for operators keeping otherwise good birds running. The prize is good for $500,000 to the first enterprise that certifies and markets kits to replace the combination rudder/elevator skins on V-tail bonanzas, with the ASF requesting ABS members to match the amount for a $1 million total. A Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) has been issued, preventing United Airlines from denying certain requests for religious and medical accommodations from its COVID-19 vaccination mandate, until October 26. It disallows denial specifically for applications received after August 31st, preventing "hundreds of workers"from being placed on indefinite unpaid leave. The TRO is a continuation of an agreement last month to maintain the status quo, until outstanding legal action reaches a verdict. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

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Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:10:26PM EST
Have A Story That NEEDS To Be Featured On Aero-News? Here’s How To Submit A Story To Our Team Some of the greatest new stories ANN has ever covered have been submitted by our viewers and readers! We are very proud of our viewers and readers, as they are some of the most active and influential individuals in the aviation industry. We rely on them to share their knowledge and updates with us, so we can keep the entire community up-to-date through our various programs and platforms. The ANN staff scours theweb for the latest info and intel... but we're just a few folks with only so many hours in the day... so YOUR eyes and ears may be REALLY helpful in making sure we don't miss a thing!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (10.25.21)
Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:10:23PM EST
“This achievement is the culmination of our efforts including our Gold Standard Safety Awards, a groundbreaking study on single pilot go-around decision making and pilot performance analysis through flight operational quality assurance data collection."Source: David Miller, director of programs and safety education for the CJP Safety and Education Foundation, commenting on the report that the Association (CJP), the largest organization for operators of the Cessna Citation series of light jets, has successfully completed 12 months of accident and incident-free flights.

Airborne-Flight Training 10.21.21: KSU Skyhawks, USAF Help Wanted, Sonaca 200
Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:10:19PM EST
Also: ACE'New Exec Director, Nat’l Av Hall of Fame, New ERAU Safety Center, Aviation Scholarships Textron Aviation released news of a recent order for 10 Cessna Skyhawks, destined for Kansas State University Salinea Aerospace and Technology Campus, bringing their total fleet to 20. “K-State” also owns Bonanzas, Barons, motorgliders, and sailplanes in their collection, all put to use in their Part 141 pilot training program. The Salina, Kansas school was one of the earliest participants in Textron’s Top Hawk program, receiving their position in 2015. Since then, they use their customized, branded Skyhawks for promotional activities and flight training. The United State Air Force (USAF) found itself short of its annual goal for 1,500 new pilots, as increased airline hiring and low retention draw away aviators towards other careers. The Air Education Training Command (AETC) is the center of USAF's efforts to create pilots fit for stringent military standards. With an overhaul of the candidate selection process for more modern and equitable decision making, and efforts to increase the pool of qualified pilot applicants, training classes should show an improvement in size starting next year. Portuguese international flight school Pull Up Academy announced the selection of the Sonaca 200 for its newest trainer aircraft. The school selected the Sonaca 200 Pro, the highest trim level of the aircraft, including all-EFIS instrumentation provided by a G500 Txi, Gi 275, and other products from the Garmin portfolio. Powered by a Rotax 914F granting 115 hp through a three-bladed propeller, the aircraft is good for 7 hours of cruise flight between refuelings. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (10.26.21)
Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:10:10PM EST
Aero Linx: The Council of European Aerospace Societies (CEAS) The Council of European Aerospace Societies (CEAS) is an International Non-Profit Association, with the aim to develop a framework within which the major Aerospace Societies in Europe can work together. It presently comprises twelve Trustee Member Societies with a combined roughly 35.000 individual members: 3AF (France), AAAR (Romania), AIAE (Spain), AIDAA (Italy), CzAeS (Czech Republic), DGLR (Germany), FTF (Sweden), NVvL (Netherlands), PSAA (Poland), RAeS (United Kingdom), SVFW (Switzerland), TsAGI (Russia), and four Corporate Members: EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency), ESA (European Space Agency), EUROAVIA and EUROCONTROL (Belgium).

Airborne 10.20.21: Mooney 4 Sale, Ruddervator Bounty, United Backs Off
Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:10:06PM EST
Also: Private Airport Under Fire, Soyuz Returns, Volocopter’s VoloDrone, Nat’l Av Hall of Fame An interesting rumor has made its way through the inboxes of aviation enthusiasts this week. A business for sale, labeled “Legendary Aircraft Manufacturer”, with an asking price of $15 million, accompanied by a short video of the Mooney factory. The unusual listing includes the owners’ 2020 overview and strategy document, now nearly a year out of date. The price may seem somewhat small in an industry that regularly headlines hundreds of millions of dollars in transactions, but some fans of the troubled marque worry that there isn’t much meat left on the bones. Interviews with the new president last year sounded pragmatic and realistic. CEO Jonny Pollack was clear in his interview with us that “we have to walk before we fly.” The American Bonanza Society/Air Safety Foundation (ABS/ASF) has increased its prize for the development and certification of parts vital to vintage V-Tail Bonanzas. The infamous ruddervator, now increasingly difficult to service and maintain, is a source of stress for operators keeping otherwise good birds running. The prize is good for $500,000 to the first enterprise that certifies and markets kits to replace the combination rudder/elevator skins on V-tail bonanzas, with the ASF requesting ABS members to match the amount for a $1 million total. A Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) has been issued, preventing United Airlines from denying certain requests for religious and medical accommodations from its COVID-19 vaccination mandate, until October 26. It disallows denial specifically for applications received after August 31st, preventing "hundreds of workers"from being placed on indefinite unpaid leave. The TRO is a continuation of an agreement last month to maintain the status quo, until outstanding legal action reaches a verdict. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (10.26.21)
Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:10:01PM EST
"Now here is the funny part. I hit the forest floor, jump out of the plane (just in case it was about to explode), see that I'm 100% ok and holler (F---) Yeah! Survey my surroundings, thinking I'm way deep in the forest! Getting dark, I'll be spending the night and they're going to pluck me out in the morning with a helicopter. That'll be kinda cool, I've never flown in a helicopter. Then I get back in the plane to get on the radio to let ATC know I'm ok. As I'm talking to an airliner on 121.5, I hear a woosh go by, was that a car? Nahh, can't be, I'm in the middle of the damn forest. Finish my radio talk, I'm walking around and sure as shit, I see the top of a truck go whizzing by. I landed 20 yards from a paved one-lane road... My lucky day!"Source: The passionate description of what followed Pilot Albert Youngwerth's emergency use of an airframe parachute, built into his Lancair ES, over densely forested mountainous terrain when his engine quit at the wrong time...

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (10.26.21): Terrain Following
Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:09:52PM EST
Terrain Following The flight of a military aircraft maintaining a constant AGL altitude above the terrain or the highest obstruction. The altitude of the aircraft will constantly change with the varying terrain and/or obstruction.

Airborne-Unmanned 10.26.21: Hydrogen Fuel Cells, Lava v UAV, Apple Drone?
Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:09:49PM EST
Also: Wing Strikes Deal, Reliable Robotics, Rocket Lab, Volocopter’s VoloDrone Airflow, an AAM company working on their 4 and 9-passenger electric STOL aircraft, has announced a new investment from Plug Power Inc.Known for their hydrogen engines and mobility fueling systems, Plug will help in the development and certification of a hydrogen fuel cell for short haul regional aircraft. Their new agreement with Airflow is hoped to bring their ProGen hydrogen cells to a wider market of vehicles, later branching to a wide spectrum of missions and aircraft types in the aviation industry. We have an update about the stranded dogs set to be rescued by drone from lava, new video has resurfaced that an unknown group of people rescued the dog but according to leales.org an animal welfare group, they are working to confirm the animals whereabouts... The ongoing volcanic activity of Cumbre Vieja, on the Spanish Isle of La Palma, has been a subject of internet interest since it began. Apple Drone Patent Revealed: is it for UAS for Cellular Networks? We shall see... Whatever projects they pursue, their market penetration and unique approach towards the end-user tends to have an effect on every product ecosystem they enter. It’s not an overstatement to say that whatever they do, there will be an industry reaction. The imperious swiss watch industry had a brief panic upon release of the highest tier Apple watch in 2014, fearing their watches would be knocked from their $5,000+ thrones. UAS manufacturers and pilots may rightly fear, then, the changes incoming when they see a sleek, glassy white drone mockup with the apple logo in their inbox. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Airborne 10.25.21: Citation Pilots, Apple Drone?, Rocket Lab Reuse
Wed, Oct 27,2021 09:09:42PM EST
Also: 180 Turn-Around Study, ACE Internships, TN Flt School, Embraer Touts 30 Q3 Jets The Citation Jet Pilots Owner Pilot Association (CJP), the largest organization for operators of the Cessna Citation series of light jets, has successfully completed 12 months of accident and incident-free flights. They say their dedication to safe operation through continual education is key to the accomplishment. David Miller, director of programs and safety education for the CJP Safety and Education Foundation, believes their efforts have paid off. Whatever projects they pursue, their market penetration and unique approach towards the end-user tends to have an effect on every product ecosystem they enter. It’s not an overstatement to say that whatever they do, there will be an industry reaction. The imperious swiss watch industry had a brief panic upon release of the highest tier Apple watch in 2014, fearing their watches would be knocked from their $5,000+ thrones. UAS manufacturers and pilots may rightly fear, then, the changes incoming when they see a sleek, glassy white drone mockup with the apple logo in their inbox. Rocket Lab has revealed its newest efforts refining its Electron rocket’s first stage recovery and reusability processes, during their next satellite delivery launch. After delivery of the second stage and payload towards its target, the first stage will complete a controlled descent, aided by parachutes, to a splashdown point in the ocean. Once there, their Ocean Recovery and Capture Apparatus (ORCA) system will retrieve the rocket and store it in its cradle for inspection and return to service. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

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