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Classic Aero-TV: The Cost-Effective Airtext LT - Aviation's Ultimate Messenger??
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:53:34PM EST
From 2018 (YouTube Version): A Smaller, Lighter, And Lower Cost Texting Product That Is Portable Send Solutions introduced a new texting product that is smaller, lighter, lower cost, and portable at AirVenture this year... the AirtextLT. With the approaching ADS-B mandate deadline at the end of 2019 Send Solutions found that avionics facilities were limited in installation man-hours and could not fit Airtext installations into their schedule. By having a portable solution the company says they have solved the temporary inconvenience of installation availability and still provide the low-cost connectivity to the customer. The AirtextLT is half the the size, half the weight and is half the price of it’s certified big-brother - Airtext.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (11.26.23)
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:53:31PM EST
Aero Linx: The International Civil Aviation English Association (ICAEA) The International Civil Aviation English Association (ICAEA) is a non-profit, non-partisan association that exists to: 1) facilitate exchanges between people and organisations involved in the use of English in aviation, 2) raise awareness of language proficiency and its effect on aviation safety, service quality and industry efficiency, 3) develop expertise about the use, training and testing of English in all aviation professions, 4) promote the sharing of expertise and cooperation between professions, industry and training organisations.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (11.26.23): Breakout
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:53:28PM EST
Breakout A technique to direct aircraft out of the approach stream. In the context of simultaneous (independent) parallel operations, a breakout is used to direct threatened aircraft away from a deviating aircraft.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (11.27.23)
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:53:24PM EST
Aero Linx: Aviators Code Initiative The Permanent Editorial Board (PEB) provides editorial oversight and stewardship of the Aviators Code Initiative (ACI) and implementation of the family of codes of conduct and supporting materials, available at formal editorial body oversees the ACI and provides balance to ongoing revisions and new content. The following group of experts from the aviation community volunteer to serve as the PEB.

Classic Aero-TV: The Red Tail Project--Carrying the Torch of the Tuskegee Airmen
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:53:18PM EST
From 2009 (YouTube Version): Educational Organization Aims to Inspire by Sharing Tuskegee Story Founding leader Don Hinz summarized the Red Tail Project’s mission in simple, yet eloquent words: “Inspire youth and tell the story of the Tuskegee Airmen all across America.” Since its inception, the non-profit organization has dedicated itself to sharing the extraordinary legacy of the first African Americans to be trained as WWII military pilots; these brave servicemen served their country honorably, despite the tremendous prejudice and adversity they faced during that time in our nation’s history.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (11.27.23)
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:53:14PM EST
“When I took that first flight lesson in 1967, I had no idea it would lead to nearly 60 years of being hooked on aviation and flying. I’ve been blessed to have a career that has allowed me to work with so many people in an ever-changing and evolving industry that has helped to connect people and make air travel safe for so many people. I am humbled to receive these honors and recognition from the FAA, and I look forward to continuing to volunteer and work with my fellow B-29 Doc maintainers to keep Doc flying for generations to come.” Source: Bob Hays, a crewman working with the B-29 Doc crew, has been recognized by the FAA with its highest honor: The Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award. If that wasn't enough, he also got a second-lifetime capstone award in the form of the FAA's Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award, given to those who demonstrate professionalism, skill, and expertise for more than 5 decades without incident.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (11.27.23): Charted VFR Flyways
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:53:10PM EST
Charted VFR Flyways Charted VFR Flyways are flight paths recommended for use to bypass areas heavily traversed by large turbine-powered aircraft. Pilot compliance with recommended flyways and associated altitudes is strictly voluntary. VFR Flyway Planning charts are published on the back of existing VFR Terminal Area charts.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (11.28.23): Mach Technique [ICAO]
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:53:07PM EST
Mach Technique [ICAO] Describes a control technique used by air traffic control whereby turbojet aircraft operating successively along suitable routes are cleared to maintain appropriate MACH numbers for a relevant portion of the en route phase of flight. The principle objective is to achieve improved utilization of the airspace and to ensure that separation between successive aircraft does not decrease below the established minima.

Airborne 11.27.23: MAX 10 Update, Air Tour Restriction, Starship IFT2 Details
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:53:03PM EST
Also: Oshkosh Dates Thru 2027, Liberty University, Inadequate ATC Staffing, Stratolaunch Boeing's 737 MAX 10 has been given the go-ahead for type-inspection authorization by the FAA, allowing the regulator to begin its own testing on the aircraft after hundreds of in-house flights. Boeing is understandably antsy to get that type certificate in hand for the MAX 10, given a long line of backorders that numbers somewhere north of 1,000 aircraft. The National Park Service and the FAA have published their now complete air tour management plan for Mount Rushmore. All flights must stay 1/2 sm away from park boundaries, or 5,000 ft AGL. The plan isn't a surprise to local operators, being the stuff of years-long controversy thanks to the park's confluence of indigenous lands, controversial custody, overt politicism, and increasing crowds. SpaceX is releasing a few tentative details about the recent IFT2 Starship test... On November 18, 2023, Starship successfully lifted off at 7:02 a.m. CT from Starbase in Texas and achieved a number of major milestones... All 33 Raptor engines on the Super Heavy Booster started up successfully and, for the first time, completed a full-duration burn during ascent. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (11.28.23)
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:52:58PM EST
“The Dijon Commercial Court has just ordered the liquidation of Robin Aircraft and declined, for insufficiency or incompatibility, the three proposed takeover bids. A cold shower falls on the shoulders of all those who participated in or encouraged the adventure. The harshness of the times and the human limitations of the crew force us to get down on one knee. But they don’t force us to give up.” Source: CEO Casimir Pillissier in a final swan song via Robin Aircraft’s presswire, discussing the forced liquidation of the company.

Airborne-NextGen 11.28.23: Pegasus Gyroplane, Stratolaunch Hypersonic, ERAU UAVs
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:52:53PM EST
Also: Archer Aviation, TEKEVER and CRFS, Lunar Hydrogen, Norfolk FD Drones ARC AeroSystems announced the return of the Avian Pegasus Gyroplane. Avian stemmed from employees of Avro Canada, designing their gyroplanes in Canada and ultimately producing 3 prototype pre-production aircraft to work through the certification process. Ultimately, the firm died out in the early 70s, with its assets put up for sale. One remaining prototype, along with the design's rights and type certification, found their way into ARC AeroSystems'hands in 2023. Stratolaunch LLC has continued its efforts to develop a Mach 5 capable aircraft, helped along by a familiarly Rutanesque design in the form of Scaled Composites'Roc. Stratolaunch had planned to offer satellite launch services by taking advantage of lower costs achieved by mid-air ignition, working with Scaled Composites of Burt Rutan fame to design a twin-fuselage aircraft capable of lifting a small rocket up as high as possible. A new program at Embry-Riddle has begun training Uncrewed Aircraft Systems students into becoming Remote Pilot Instructors. The program is reportedly successful so far, with 13 instructors produced, and each holding Trusted Operator Program credentials. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-NextGen!!!

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Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:52:48PM EST
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Airborne 11.20.23: CERTIFIED RV10!, Schweizer Refreshes 300cbi, Starship 2
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:52:45PM EST
Also: USCG Rescues 2 People-Dog, Coulson Fire, Flexjet AMT Training, Chaparral C1 Flyer Indústria Aeronáutica's locally assembled RV-10 LSA received approval from Brazil's ANAC, making it the first such multi-passenger sportplane in the world. Flyer Indústria Aeronáutica's RV-10 iteration cuts a familiar figure to those leaving the line back home. Line aircraft feature a Lycoming IO-540 with 260 horsepower good for a 211 mph top speed and 20,000-foot ceiling. Brazilian RV-10s will be factory-finished and ready to go, requiring nothing of prospective owners other than a checkbook and a license. Schweizer Helicopters are alive and kicking.... or at least rotating (jn part). The company has completed the first helicopter of its new OEM Certified Helicopters Program. The refurbished S300CBi is the complete package... and includes a new engine, blades, interior, paint, and low time components. The long-awaited and bureaucratically delayed second flight of the SpaceX Starship finally took place early Saturday... The monstrous vehicle did not destroy the pad and surrounding facilities this time around, SpaceX having learned well from the the first go-around as all 33 Raptors lit off and continued producing propulsion until stage separation... All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (11.28.23)
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:52:38PM EST
Aero Linx: Aerospace Physiology Society (AsPS) Aerospace Physiology Society (AsPS) Objectives and Purpose: 1) To encourage, promote, and advance the science and practice of aerospace physiology by: 2) Establishing and maintaining cooperation between aerospace physiology and other scientific disciplines, 3) Stimulating and accomplishing physiological investigation, and 4) Studying and disseminating pertinent knowledge and information through teaching and participation in scientific and technical meetings. 5) To enhance the professional stature of Aerospace Physiologists and associated disciplines within the Aerospace Medical Association, and 6) To provide a single unified voice within the Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) to present the views of the Society.

Airborne 11.21.23: D-Day Squadron Returns!, EAA Hall of Fame, Republic Hire$
Wed, Nov 29,2023 06:52:34PM EST
Also: Canadian Airport Bucks, Mojave UAV, Drone Express, RTX 1-Megawatt Motor The Commemorative Air Force has announced a redux of its popular 2019 tour for 2024, which will bring the Douglas C-47 and DC-3 around the country to make the 75th anniversary of the Berlin Airlift. The logistical troubles that accompany a wagon train of vintage air-cooled, radial engined multis will likely result in a small number of varied aircraft throughout the actual tour, but they’ll be on-brand for the D-Day Squadron. This year's new batch of EAA pioneers has been added to the Halls of Fame, with a handful representing each category served by the EAA. Republic Airways announced a new program for experienced aviators hopping aboard in the coming months, with $100,000 in sign-on bonuses on offer. Like usual, the bonuses primarily aim to entice pilots who already have command time in a Part 121 or 135 operation, with the requisite experience to walk right on to the left seat. Republic, just like the rest of the regional airline field, has seen plenty of its captain base enticed away by larger carriers in recent years. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

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