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Airborne 11.09.18: Global 7500 Cert, 737 MAX Emergency AD, V1 'Flying Bomb'
Mon, Nov 12,2018 10:58:38PM EST
Also: Trig European Office, Sonoma Jet Center, Sikorsky Award, Airbus A330-800 Flies The FAA has certified the Bombardier Global 7500. It will enter into-service later this year. Earlier this year, the aircraft demonstrated the expansion of its advertised maximum range to 7,700 nautical miles- - 300 nautical miles further than they had initially projected. It has exceeded takeoff and landing performance, making challenging airports such as Chicago Executive, and Eagle County, Colorado, easier to maneuver in adverse weather conditions. The FAA, after a recent Lion Air crash that took the loves of all on board, has issued an emergency AD for Boeing 787 MAX-8 and MAX-9 airplanes following analysis performed by Boeing showing that if an erroneously high single angle of attack (AOA) sensor input is received by the flight control system, there is a potential for repeated nose-down trim commands of the horizontal stabilizer. The FAA issued this AD to address this potential resulting nose-down trim, which could cause the flight crew to have difficulty controlling the airplane, and lead to excessive nose-down attitude, significant altitude loss, and possible impact with terrain. The remains of a German V1 "flying bomb"that was shot down during WWII have been unearthed by an archeological team working on a site near Ashford on Kent, England. It was one of almost 10,000 that were launched towards England from Germany in the latter stages of the war. The team unearthed several key metal parts of the V1. Allied fighter aircraft and anti-aircraft artillery had become adept at shooting down the so-called "buzz bombs"in flight, and this particular bomb was one that was intercepted before it reached its target. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (11.11.18)
Mon, Nov 12,2018 10:39:58PM EST
Aero Linx: Wings of Hope Wings of Hope is a global humanitarian charity that has been helping the world’s poor since 1962. As our name suggests, we use our wings to deliver resources to the poor—but not all of our efforts involve aviation. Wings of Hope changes and saves lives through the power of aviation. We work on a global scale, helping the world’s poorest citizens access the basic resources essential for human dignity...

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (11.11.18)
Mon, Nov 12,2018 10:39:54PM EST
"Enough is enough. Air Wisconsin Flight Attendants are ready to do whatever it takes to get a new contract. We have made every sacrifice to ensure the stability of the airline while management refuses to offer meaningful pay and work rule improvements. Higher pay, no more delay!"Source: Ernie Lazernick, AFA Air Wisconsin President. Air Wisconsin Flight Attendants, represented by the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA), have voted 99 percent to authorize a strike. Air Wisconsin provides regional air service for United Airlines.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (11.11.18): Hold-Short Point
Mon, Nov 12,2018 10:39:50PM EST
Hold-Short Point A point on the runway beyond which a landing aircraft with a LAHSO clearance is not authorized to proceed. This point may be located prior to an intersecting runway, taxiway, predetermined point, or approach/departure flight path.

Aero-Help Wanted: ANN REALLY Needs A Sales Pro
Mon, Nov 12,2018 10:39:46PM EST
ANN/Airborne/Aero-TV Marketing Department Needs Part or Full Time Personnel E-I-C Note: For some reason, finding really motivated/honest/professional sales help has been a tough gig. And that need is greater now than ever. As a media partner to two of the most pivotal players in the drone arena... and new programs, on the way, devoted to women working and playing in the aviation and aerospace community, as well as avionics and other major aero-interests, coming soon -- NOW is the time to get this part of our business properly staffed. That's not all... what about all the other aspects of aviation and aerospace? Well... we have most of those covered -- or about to be covered. That's right; there's more... with nearly a dozen such agreements either done or in the works... and MASSIVE upgrades to the Airborne Unlimited program itself. So -- it's time to ramp up some efforts here -- sales, in particular -- and we need exceptional personnel, for the job. If you'd like to help chart the course for a game-changing program produced by THE company that transformed the aviation news and information industry, NOW is the time to check us out -- JRC, ANN E-I-C.

Airborne-Unmanned 11.06.18: Autonomous Sikorsky, Trusted Operator, Northwest UAV
Mon, Nov 12,2018 10:39:38PM EST
Also: Drones Deliver Vaccines, High-Resolution Forecasts, Microsoft Azure, Propeller Aero And DJI U.S. Army pilots exercised supervised autonomy to direct an optionally-piloted helicopter (OPV) through a series of missions to demonstrate technology developed by Lockheed Martin company Sikorsky and DARPA. The series of flights marked the first time that non-Sikorsky pilots operated the Sikorsky Autonomy Research Aircraft (SARA), a modified S-76B commercial helicopter, as an OPV aircraft. Sikorsky is developing autonomous and optionally-piloted technology that will ultimately decrease instances of the number one cause of helicopter crashes: Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT). AUVSI has launched the Trusted Operator Program (TOP), a new certification program available to remote pilots and UAS training organizations. Through TOP, operators and organizations can distinguish themselves in a growing marketplace by holding themselves to a higher standard of safety and professionalism. UAV propulsion manufacturer Northwest UAV (NWUAV) has successfully completed the first phase towards FAA 14 CFR Part 21 Type Certification in support of the NW44 type certification program. Members of the FAA team, which comprised FAA Flight Standards (AC-AW), AIR UAS Programs and Procedures Division, AIR Policy & Innovation Division and the Engine Directorate, came together on October 16th and 17th at NWUAV headquarters in McMinnville, Oregon for the first gated certification process in collaboration with the FAA. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (11.12.18)
Mon, Nov 12,2018 10:39:29PM EST
Aero Linx: Hope Air In 1986, Hope Air – then called Mission Air Transportation Network – was co-founded by two women, Joan Rogers and Jinnie Bradshaw, who were inspired to start the charity after witnessing the impact of long-distance travel on cancer care patients at Princess Margaret Hospital. On a brisk November day, Hope Air arranged its first flight for a Canadian to get from their home to the hospital – a child from New Brunswick travelled to Toronto for cancer treatment. In that first year, the charity arranged 56 flights. Since then, Hope Air has arranged more than 130,000 free flights for low-income Canadians travelling to vital medical care far from home.

AMA Drone Report 11.08.18: FAI Championships, Drone Controller, Vaccines By Air
Mon, Nov 12,2018 10:39:20PM EST
Also: Mavic 2 Pro Eval Starts, DJI Expands, FlightSafety Test Prep, What’s A ‘Hover 2?’ Imagine being a 15-year-old drone racer from Australia... and now imagine that you’re in China to win a $24K check. The new World Drone Racing Champion was announced after four days of competition at an event organized by the FAI’s World Air Sports Federation, running from 1-4 November 2018. Finishing at the top in a field of 127 drone racers from 34 countries, Rudi Browning, walked away from the experience clutching a $24,000 cash prize. Drone pilots, from commercial experts to novices, may now increase their flight precision and improve their image/video quality with a first-of-its-kind single-handed controller from Fluidity Technologies. The FT Aviator drone controller was designed by former NASA astronaut Scott Parazynski. Unlike traditional controllers, which most closely resemble a gaming controller with a complex two-thumbed control design, the FT Aviator intuitively unlocks the human potential to fly a drone with a more natural and exacting way of piloting. rones continue to have a positive effect on the world around us... though the general media seems loathe to mention as much as they might. The government of Vanuatu has signed agreements with two companies for a demonstration project to delivery vaccines to 39 remote villages in the country. The vaccines are temperature sensitive, and often take days to deliver to remote villages in the island nation. There are 83 islands in the Vanuatuan archipelago. Only about a third of the country is accessible by road or air. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 11.12.18: Hawkins OUT of Icon, Hoversurf = Ultralight, $$$ USAF Mugs
Mon, Nov 12,2018 10:38:38PM EST
Also: SimCom TBM910 FTD, JAL Pilot Arrested, New Contract For 15 E175s, Aero-TV: DeltaHawk Diesel The other shoe has dropped... Kirk Hawkins, the driving force behind the Icon Aircraft program and a massive litany of mis-steps, is no longer the CEO of the foundering aircraft concern. Icon is wrapping up the matter with as much positive spin as they can, though the company admits that Hawkins has resigned as CEO, and will reportedly stay on in "an undefined role"while President and COO Thomas Wiener will lead the company in the interim. Hawkins has been leading the company since its inception, and guided it through a series of blunders and broken promises that gave way to several minor and major accidents that tarred the image of an aircraft once touted for its safety features. The FAA has made a determination that the Hoversurf Hoverbike S3 meets the applicability requirements of § 103.1(a), (c), and (e) -- making the device an ultralight aircraft, flyable by someone who does not hold a pilot certificate. Reps of the company met with the FAA to discuss the vehicle. "Based on the information and specification provided by Hoversurf, the SJC FSDO and AFS-800 have concluded that the Hoversurf Hoverbike S3 meets the applicability of part 103 rules for operation as an ultralight. Hoversurf has renamed the Hoverbike S3 to its new name, Hover One. The FAA has no objections to the name change."Secretary of the Air Force (SECAF) Heather Wilson has sent a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) that is critical of what she says is "wasteful spending in the Department of Defense."The letter responds to Grassley’s request related to the procurement of special coffee mugs that can reheat liquids used aboard refueling tankers in flight. The mugs have increased in price from $693 each to $1,280. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 11.12.18: Hawkins OUT of Icon, Hoversurf = Ultralight, $$$ USAF Mugs
Mon, Nov 12,2018 10:37:53PM EST
Also: SimCom TBM910 FTD, JAL Pilot Arrested, New Contract For 15 E175s, Aero-TV: DeltaHawk Diesel The other shoe has dropped... Kirk Hawkins, the driving force behind the Icon Aircraft program and a massive litany of mis-steps, is no longer the CEO of the foundering aircraft concern. Icon is wrapping up the matter with as much positive spin as they can, though the company admits that Hawkins has resigned as CEO, and will reportedly stay on in "an undefined role"while President and COO Thomas Wiener will lead the company in the interim. Hawkins has been leading the company since its inception, and guided it through a series of blunders and broken promises that gave way to several minor and major accidents that tarred the image of an aircraft once touted for its safety features. The FAA has made a determination that the Hoversurf Hoverbike S3 meets the applicability requirements of § 103.1(a), (c), and (e) -- making the device an ultralight aircraft, flyable by someone who does not hold a pilot certificate. Reps of the company met with the FAA to discuss the vehicle. "Based on the information and specification provided by Hoversurf, the SJC FSDO and AFS-800 have concluded that the Hoversurf Hoverbike S3 meets the applicability of part 103 rules for operation as an ultralight. Hoversurf has renamed the Hoverbike S3 to its new name, Hover One. The FAA has no objections to the name change."Secretary of the Air Force (SECAF) Heather Wilson has sent a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) that is critical of what she says is "wasteful spending in the Department of Defense."The letter responds to Grassley’s request related to the procurement of special coffee mugs that can reheat liquids used aboard refueling tankers in flight. The mugs have increased in price from $693 each to $1,280. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Tacoma Narrows Aviation Opens New FBO Facility
Mon, Nov 12,2018 02:55:51PM EST
Corporate Air Center Was Phase Two For The Development Of The Company Tacoma Narrows Aviation has completed its new executive terminal facility: the FBO’s corporate air center. The corporate air center includes 30,000 square feet of heated hangar space, 2,500 square feet of passenger and crew amenities, and 5,500 square feet of office space.

France Impounds Ryanair Jet Over Nonpayment Of Fees
Mon, Nov 12,2018 02:53:06PM EST
Passengers Expecting To Travel To London Not Allowed To Board The Aircraft The French government impounded a Ryanair 737 Thursday as it prepared to take off for London, forcing the carrier to make other arrangements for the 149 passengers that were expecting to fly from Paris to London on the jet.

Boeing, Safran Joint Venture To Start Operations
Mon, Nov 12,2018 02:50:53PM EST
Secure Regulatory Approvals To Begin Their Joint Venture For Designing, Building And Servicing Auxiliary Power Units Boeing and Safran have received regulatory approvals for a joint venture so they can begin designing, building and servicing aircraft Auxiliary Power Units (APUs)—onboard engines that are primarily used to start the main engines and power aircraft systems while on the ground and, if necessary, in flight. The companies also named Etienne Boisseau as Chief Executive Officer of the joint venture.

WWI Pilot's Family Presented With Purple Heart
Mon, Nov 12,2018 02:48:40PM EST
Lt. Jason Hunt Was Shot Down Over France 100 Years Ago One hundred years and three months ago, Lt. Jason Hunt was shot down over France while conducting a photo reconnaissance mission by Germany's "Flying Circus". Friday afternoon, Purple Hearts Reunited presented a Purple Heart to 70-year-old Howard Scott, one of the airman's distant relatives.

Bristow Group To Combine With Columbia Helicopters In A $560 Million Transaction
Mon, Nov 12,2018 02:43:01PM EST
Creates A Leading Global Diversified Industrial Aviation Solutions Company Bristow Group has signed a definitive agreement to combine with privately-held Columbia Helicopters for $560 million. Columbia will be designated as an unrestricted subsidiary under the Columbia name and air operating certificate (AOC).

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