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Airborne-Flight Training 05.20.20: Sporty's Resumes, RRA Motor-Glider, Texas A/C
Mon, Jun 01,2020 10:40:09PM EST
Also: EAA Confirms COVID-19 SFAR Problems, Tech School Revoked, Rudy Frasca Goes West, FAA Examiner Bribe Attempt We’re a few steps closer to ‘normalcy.’ With many Ohio businesses open and others preparing for a restart, Sporty's Academy tells us they have resumed training operations last week. Sporty's maintenance staff has carefully examined the entire fleet and cleared each aircraft for return to service, but also notes that each pilot should do the same for themselves as they prepare to return to the flight deck. In light of the new reality, Sporty's has made changes. Getting a pilot’s license is expensive... right? I mean, WAY EXPENSIVE... like over $10K or something... or so they tell us. Well... maybe not. Right Rudder Aviation of Florida’s Inverness Airport (KINF) looked over the regs and then looked over at their Pipistrel Motor-Glider and realized that a glider pilot requires only 10 hours and a total of 20 flights to get their Private Pilot ticket, IF they’re sharp enough to do so in minimum time. So... they built a course around that, featuring 10 hours in the airplane, 8 hours of dual, a whole pile of books and course materials, online ground school, written test exam fee AND the examiner fee for the checkride... for $2995. A promising candidate for next-generation flight training fleets now has a financing program available for it... Texas Aircraft Manufacturing is reporting that it has partnered with Hondo-TX-based Community National Bank to offer Fly-Away Financing for all factory-new Colt-S and Colt-SL S-LSA aircraft. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 05.29.20: Tecnam P2010 TDI, 737 MAX Production, B-29 Doc Resumes
Mon, Jun 01,2020 10:39:32PM EST
Also: GAMA Report Bad News, Another Airshow Cancelled, ALPA v Ligado, Shorter USAF Pilots Tecnam has announced the introduction of a new airframe, with an aero-diesel engine and a Type Certificate expected by July. Burning just 5.2 US Gal per hour, the P-2010 TDI takes advantage of the high-wing configuration with 3 access doors plus another dedicated one for the baggage compartment. It can cover 1,000nm on a full tank of 63 Gallons. Boeing has resumed production of the 737 MAX at the company’s Renton, Washington factory. The 737 program began building airplanes at a low rate as it implements more than a dozen initiatives focused on enhancing workplace safety and product quality. “We’ve been on a continuous journey to evolve our production system and make it even stronger,” said Walt Odisho, vice president and general manager of the 737 program. “These initiatives are the next step in creating the optimal build environment for the 737 MAX.” After more than two months of being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the B-29 Doc Hangar, Education and Visitors Center will reopen to the public June 2. Doc’s Friends, Inc., closed the facility that B-29 Doc calls home in Wichita in March to take precautions to protect the health and safety of its volunteers and flight crew teams during the public health concern with COVID-19 (coronavirus). All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

MHI RJ Aviation Group Launches
Mon, Jun 01,2020 10:21:59PM EST
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Closes Acquisition of CRJ Series Program MHI RJ Aviation Group (MHIRJ) has launched a newly created group of entities for the global regional aircraft industry including the CRJ Series aircraft. The launch of MHIRJ coincides with the acquisition close of the CRJ Series Program from Bombardier Inc. by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. "I am pleased to announce the opening chapter of MHIRJ's story,"said Hiroaki Yamamoto, President & CEO of the MHI RJ Aviation Group. "Building on the solid foundations already in place and with the strong support of the MHI group of companies, there is new energy on board and our team is committed to serving the regional aviation market and becoming a platform for growth in the industry."

First KC-130J Super Hercules Tanker Arrives At Stewart ANGB USMCR Squadron
Mon, Jun 01,2020 10:14:21PM EST
VMGR-452 Is The Second Marine Reserve Squadron To Operate The KC-130J Lockheed Martin recently delivered the first KC-130J Super Hercules tanker assigned to Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 452 (VMGR-452), the Marine Forces Reserve squadron at Stewart Air National Guard Base, New York. A U.S. Marine Corps crew ferried the aircraft from Lockheed Martin’s facility here on May 28 to the aircraft’s new home. VMGR-452 is the second Marine Reserve squadron to operate KC-130Js and this delivery signifies the recapitalization of the squadron’s existing KC-130T fleet. VMGR-452 — known as the Yankees — has operated Hercules tankers for more than 30 years, flying KC-130s in support of Operations Desert Storm, Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.

F-35 Continues To Makes Itself At Home At MCAS Miramar
Mon, Jun 01,2020 10:06:40PM EST
VMFA-314 Black Knights Made History By Becoming First F-35C Squadron in the USMC Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 314 welcomed its most recent delivery of the F-35C Lightning II at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar May 18, 2020. Earlier this year, the VMFA-314 Black Knights made history when they became the first F-35C squadron in the Marine Corps. “We are extremely excited to be receiving our seventh aircraft today,” said Lt. Col. Cedar Hinton, commanding officer of VMFA-314. “Each of these amazing machines represents a significant leap in capability for our squadron and brings us one step closer to becoming fully combat capable.”

Power Flow Systems Offers Improved Cabin Heat for Cessna 172/175
Mon, Jun 01,2020 09:22:42PM EST
Design Enhancement That 'Significantly Increases Cabin Heat Output'Power Flow Systems has engineered a design enhancement that significantly increases the cabin heat output for their Cessna 172 and 175 second generation exhaust systems (our p/n, PFS-13204). In the original design (dating from 2003), the cool air enters at the front left of the shroud, passes over the internal collector pipes which serve as heat exchangers, then exits to the cabin on the back left side of the shroud. Unfortunately, they tell us that this was almost a direct straight-through pathway. The Cabin heat SCAT hose connection would then come out of the left side and have to snake its way back to the far right side firewall where the cabin heat mixing valve is located. For most customers, the heat output of the Power Flow was considered to be acceptable, but some flying in extremely cold temperatures told PFS that they wanted an improvement.

ISS Welcomes First SpaceX Crew Dragon with NASA Astronauts
Mon, Jun 01,2020 09:09:51PM EST
Joins Chris Cassidy, Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley arrived at the International Space Station on Sunday aboard the first commercially built and operated American spacecraft to carry humans to orbit, opening a new era in human spaceflight. The pair of astronauts docked to the space station’s Harmony module at 10:16 a.m. EDT Sunday as the microgravity laboratory flew 262 miles above the border northern China and Mongolia. Behnken and Hurley, the first astronauts to fly to SpaceX’s Crew Dragon to the station, were welcomed as crew members of Expedition 63 by fellow NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy and two Russian cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (06.02.20)
Mon, Jun 01,2020 08:44:16PM EST
"After take-off aircraft CT114161 was observed gaining altitude and departing the formation. Shortly thereafter, the aircraft initiated a left turn, followed shortly by an abrupt steep nose low attitude. Both occupants subsequently ejected from the aircraft. A detailed analysis of video footage recovered for the investigation revealed one bird in very close proximity to the aircraft right engine intake during the critical phase of take-off. The two occupants ejected the aircraft however one received serious injuries and the other received fatal injuries. The aircraft was destroyed on impact."Source: From a sad but stunning initial report published by Canada's National Defence Airworthiness Investigative Authority, following the May 17th accident that took the life of Snowbird PAO, Captain Jenn Casey, and seriously injured Snowbird Pilot Captain Rich MacDougall.

Insurance Program To Cover 'Usage-Based'Pilot Rentals
Mon, Jun 01,2020 08:34:24PM EST
Starr Insurance Companies Launches 'Starr Gate'OK... aviation insurance just got interesting and more useful. There is a new kind of general aviation insurance policy providing pilots who rent aircraft with flexibility for their insurance needs through “high-definition underwriting” and usage-based pricing -- coupled with a tool that can also improve a pilot’s skills. Until now, pilots may not have had real flexibility in their insurance coverage and often paid for coverage they didn’t need. Now, Starr, a leading aviation insurer, has established a way for pilots to pay for coverage based on when they are flying. The program includes the ability to access CloudAhoy, a popular third-party, cloud-based pilot analytics tool, for a potential discount on the premium.

Classic Aero-TV: SureFooted -- Jessica Cox Continues To Inspire Aviators
Mon, Jun 01,2020 05:49:18PM EST
From 2015: There Are No Horizons Unreachable To The Inspired Flyer Who Dreams Big Aviation has had a history, albeit a short history, of showcasing people who inspire us. A recent example of inspiration born of aviation is Jessica Cox, the young lady who although born without arms was able to obtain her pilot certificate. In this video, her story continues, and it's a video that can inspires us far beyond the world of aviation. While at Sun 'n Fun 2015, ANN News Editor, Tom Patton, had a chance to talk with Jessica about a new and exciting experience she encountered, and we get updated regarding her various projects. The video shows Jessica excited about her opportunity to fly in an aerobatic airplane. She once again shows us that her ability to improvise had to be applied for her to experience this flight. As if flying were not enough, Jessica has now authored a book titled, Disarming Your Limits, which was written to encourage others to succeed when it was thought that achievement could not be attained. She also goes on to provide some details of a movie titled, Right Footed, that features her challenges and successes. The film will be previewed at EAA-AirVenture 2015.

Airborne 05.29.20: Tecnam P2010 TDI, 737 MAX Production, B-29 Doc Resumes
Mon, Jun 01,2020 05:49:05PM EST
Also: GAMA Report Bad News, Another Airshow Cancelled, ALPA v Ligado, Shorter USAF Pilots Tecnam has announced the introduction of a new airframe, with an aero-diesel engine and a Type Certificate expected by July. Burning just 5.2 US Gal per hour, the P-2010 TDI takes advantage of the high-wing configuration with 3 access doors plus another dedicated one for the baggage compartment. It can cover 1,000nm on a full tank of 63 Gallons. Boeing has resumed production of the 737 MAX at the company’s Renton, Washington factory. The 737 program began building airplanes at a low rate as it implements more than a dozen initiatives focused on enhancing workplace safety and product quality. “We’ve been on a continuous journey to evolve our production system and make it even stronger,” said Walt Odisho, vice president and general manager of the 737 program. “These initiatives are the next step in creating the optimal build environment for the 737 MAX.” After more than two months of being closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the B-29 Doc Hangar, Education and Visitors Center will reopen to the public June 2. Doc’s Friends, Inc., closed the facility that B-29 Doc calls home in Wichita in March to take precautions to protect the health and safety of its volunteers and flight crew teams during the public health concern with COVID-19 (coronavirus). All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Classic Aero-TV: Historically Unique -- Marlin Horst's Exquisite Fairchild 71
Mon, Jun 01,2020 05:49:02PM EST
From 2014: Exotic Rebuild Reveals Aerial Work Of Art During EAA AirVenture 2014, ANN's Michael Maya Charles took the time to get a history lesson about a great airplane from days gone by. By 1929 aviation was being recognized for its ability to transport people and cargo to areas that were extremely hard to get to. This led the Fairchild Company to come up with a single engine transport plane known as the Fairchild 71. ANN's roving reporter met up with Marlin Horst who was responsible for the restoration of one of these classic Fairchild's. In this video, Horst recounts the massive project of first locating an airplane as rare as this, and then bringing it to a better than factory-new status.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (05.31.20): Enhanced Flight Vision System (EFVS)
Mon, Jun 01,2020 05:48:58PM EST
Enhanced Flight Vision System (EFVS) An EFVS is an installed aircraft system which uses an electronic means to provide a display of the forward external scene topography (the natural or man−made features of a place or region especially in a way to show their relative positions and elevation) through the use of imaging sensors, including but not limited to forward−looking infrared, millimeter wave radiometry, millimeter wave radar, or low−light level image intensification. An EFVS includes the display element, sensors, computers and power supplies, indications, and controls. An operator’s authorization to conduct an EFVS operation may have provisions which allow pilots to conduct IAPs when the reported weather is below minimums prescribed on the IAP to be flown.

Aero-FAQ: Dave Juwel's Aviation Marketing Stories -- ITBOA BNITBOB
Mon, Jun 01,2020 05:48:55PM EST
Dave Juwel's Aviation Marketing Stories ITBOA BNITBOB ... what does that mean? It's not gibberish, it's a lengthy acronym for "In The Business Of Aviation ... But Not In The Business Of Business."

Airborne-Unmanned 05.28.20: FAA UAS Symposium, Flirtey Patent, Senator Letter
Mon, Jun 01,2020 05:48:51PM EST
Also: AMA Remembers Bob Brown, New eVTOL Startup, Airobotics Gets Approval, UAS Delivers Defibrillators The FAA and AUVSI have announced the two-part virtual event for the revised FAA UAS Symposium – Remotely Piloted Edition, Episodes I and II, will take place on July 8 to 9 and August 18 to 19, 2020. Episode I is scheduled for July 8 to 9 with a focus on UAS traffic management (UTM) and international UAS integration. Episode II is planned for August 18 to 19 with a focus on UAS Integration Pilot Program (IPP) updates and public safety operations. Each event will feature keynote presentations, expert panels, guided and non-guided networking discussions, one-on-one meetings with experts in the FAA UAS Support Center and How-To Sessions with live Q&A. Flirtey has been granted what they call a critical patent for the safe and precise drone delivery of packages. This key patent describes a combination of hardware and software that enables the delivery of packages by a drone, potentially lifting the package to pick it up, holding it securely and lowering it once at the point of delivery. Flirtey's drone delivers its contents by lowering a tether, while the drone is suspended in air, and once the package is delivered, it then retracts the tether. Flirtey invented this method of delivery to be the safest and most precise, and also claims that it has since become the standard for the drone delivery industry. In a letter to DOT Secretary Elaine Chao and FAA Administrator Stephen Dickson, Sens. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) and Jacky Rosen (D-NV) have called on the DOT and FAA to pursue pathways for the expedited use of drones to address key gaps in the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) response efforts. Specifically, the Senators highlight the need to promote access to key health care essentials for constituents that do not have direct access to needed medications, personal protective equipment (PPE), and other essential supplies by way of an accelerated pathway toward expanded beyond visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) operations. They note that these proposed flexibilities will allow first responders, public health agencies, and retailers need to deliver these necessities in a timely and safe manner during the pandemic. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

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