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Airborne 09.13.19: Lost Plane Reward!, Hurricane Hunters, EASA v FAA
Sat, Sep 14,2019 11:48:39PM EST
Also: New K-MAX Order, $514,558 Civil Penalty, Boeing 702X Satellites, JetBlue Foundation The pilot and owner of a 1945 Grumman TBM Avenger is asking for help locating the airplane he was forced to abandon during a flight last year, and he's willing to pay $20,000 to anyone who finds the airplane. That's not as easy as it sounds. Ron Carlson, explains... "...I just want to refresh my offer of $20,000 cash to find my still missing 1945 Grumman TBM Avenger. Many of you are probably familiar with the story, but for those who are not, it crashed a year and a half ago after a catastrophic engine failure and fire, in early May of 2018."The Air Force Reserve’s 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, aka the Hurricane Hunters, have flown 25 missions, from Aug. 25 to their last, Sept. 6, in support of Hurricane Dorian. Operations began with three WC-130J aircrafts and one C-130J Super Hercules aircraft from the 403rd Wing departing Keesler Air Force Base, Aug. 25, for Curaçao to provide weather reconnaissance support of what was then Tropical Storm Dorian. EASA is apparently, if not arrogantly, unwilling to just go along with the FAA when it comes to recertification of the Boeing 737 MAX. The European aviation regulator said Tuesday that it plans to send its own pilots and engineers to conduct their own test flights before allowing the airliner to resume service in Europe. EASA is also not sold on Boeing's plan to require two Angle of Attack sensors for the MCAS on the airplane, favoring a system that would require agreement of three independent sensors. The move is a major shift in certification reciprocity that has been the norm for years between the FAA and international regulators. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 09.10.19: Remote ID NPRM Delay, UAvionix, ANAFI FPV
Sat, Sep 14,2019 11:48:30PM EST
Also: Drone Delivery Test, AiRXOS UTM Pilot Program, FAA/UAS Partnership, Altitude Angel DoT has delayed the publication of an NPRM concerning remote identification of UAVs until December of this year. According to the DOT Significant Rulemaking Report, the action would implement system(s) for the remote identification of certain unmanned aircraft systems. The remote identification of unmanned aircraft systems in the national airspace system would further address security and law enforcement concerns regarding the further integration of these aircraft into the national airspace while also enabling greater operational capabilities by these same aircraft. UAvionix offered free pingRX unmanned aircraft system (UAS) ADS-B receivers to first responders and UAS service organizations participating in rescue and recovery efforts associated with Hurricane Dorian. PingRX is a dual-frequency ADS-B receiver designed for use onboard a UAS. Retailing for $249 and weighing 5 grams, pingRX can provide the operator with a digital view of ADS-B-equipped aircraft in the airspace up to hundreds of miles away. The ANAFI FPV drone from Parrot puts the operator in the cockpit of Parrot’s new ultraportable UAV. The aircraft delivers live, immersive video from its 180-degree tilting camera to the included Cockpit Glasses. Parrot says that the ANAFI FPV boasts in-depth manual controls for piloting and imaging, 4K HDR video and 21-megapixel images, easy-to-use modes and presets, portability, long battery life, and on the go USB-C charging. The FPV experience is undertaken by pairing a smartphone to ANAFI FPV with the FreeFlight 6.6 app, placing the phone in the included Cockpit glasses, placing them on your head, and taking flight. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

AMA Drone Report 09.12.19: ANAFI FPV, EAA Comments on Amazon, Remote ID SNAFU
Sat, Sep 14,2019 11:48:22PM EST
Also: Drone Threat Against Heathrow, Football Foul-Up, Iran Arrests Drone Pilots, Flirtey Unveils 'The Future'The ANAFI FPV drone from Parrot puts the operator in the cockpit of Parrot’s new ultraportable UAV. The aircraft delivers live, immersive video from its 180-degree tilting camera to the included Cockpit Glasses. Parrot says that the ANAFI FPV boasts in-depth manual controls for piloting and imaging, 4K HDR video and 21-megapixel images, easy-to-use modes and presets, portability, long battery life, and on the go USB-C charging. The FPV experience is undertaken by pairing a smartphone to ANAFI FPV with the FreeFlight 6.6 app, placing the phone in the included Cockpit glasses, placing them on your head, and taking flight. Safety for manned aircraft, not commercial expediency, must be the priority for federal air regulators as they consider an exemption application by Amazon regarding package deliveries by UAS, noted EAA in formal comments to the FAA. EAA made the comments in response to Amazon’s petition to the FAA that requested relief from certain rules in order to conduct deliveries by UAS, commonly known as drones. The exemption would allow Amazon additional freedom to operate below 400 feet above ground level (AGL) without the line-of-sight observation requirements for UAS operations. DoT has delayed the publication of an NPRM concerning remote identification of UAVs until December of this year. According to the DOT Significant Rulemaking Report, the action would implement system(s) for the remote identification of certain unmanned aircraft systems. The remote identification of unmanned aircraft systems in the national airspace system would further address security and law enforcement concerns regarding the further integration of these aircraft into the national airspace while also enabling greater operational capabilities by these same aircraft. The rulemaking project was initiated in February of 2018. The new projected date for publication of the NPRM is December 20, 2019, with the comment period open through February 1, 2020. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 09.13.19: Lost Plane Reward!, Hurricane Hunters, EASA v FAA
Sat, Sep 14,2019 11:48:14PM EST
Also: New K-MAX Order, $514,558 Civil Penalty, Boeing 702X Satellites, JetBlue Foundation The pilot and owner of a 1945 Grumman TBM Avenger is asking for help locating the airplane he was forced to abandon during a flight last year, and he's willing to pay $20,000 to anyone who finds the airplane. That's not as easy as it sounds. Ron Carlson, explains... "...I just want to refresh my offer of $20,000 cash to find my still missing 1945 Grumman TBM Avenger. Many of you are probably familiar with the story, but for those who are not, it crashed a year and a half ago after a catastrophic engine failure and fire, in early May of 2018."The Air Force Reserve’s 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, aka the Hurricane Hunters, have flown 25 missions, from Aug. 25 to their last, Sept. 6, in support of Hurricane Dorian. Operations began with three WC-130J aircrafts and one C-130J Super Hercules aircraft from the 403rd Wing departing Keesler Air Force Base, Aug. 25, for Curaçao to provide weather reconnaissance support of what was then Tropical Storm Dorian. EASA is apparently, if not arrogantly, unwilling to just go along with the FAA when it comes to recertification of the Boeing 737 MAX. The European aviation regulator said Tuesday that it plans to send its own pilots and engineers to conduct their own test flights before allowing the airliner to resume service in Europe. EASA is also not sold on Boeing's plan to require two Angle of Attack sensors for the MCAS on the airplane, favoring a system that would require agreement of three independent sensors. The move is a major shift in certification reciprocity that has been the norm for years between the FAA and international regulators. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (09.15.19)
Sat, Sep 14,2019 11:47:42PM EST
Aero-News Quote of the Day “Our mission is to go out and find the exact center of the storm and find how big the wind radius is and figure out what is going on in the storm environment. We then relay that information to the National Hurricane Center to improve their forecasts.” Source: Capt. Garrett Black, 53rd WRS aerial reconnaissance weather officer, in details associated with the Air Force Reserve’s 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, aka the Hurricane Hunters, who flew 25 missions, from Aug. 25 to their last, Sept. 6, in support of Hurricane Dorian.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (09.15.19): Final Approach Fix
Sat, Sep 14,2019 11:43:06PM EST
Final Approach Fix The fix from which the final approach (IFR) to an airport is executed and which identifies the beginning of the final approach segment. It is designated on Government charts by the Maltese Cross symbol for nonprecision approaches and the lightning bolt symbol for precision approaches; or when ATC directs a lower-than-published glideslope/path intercept altitude, it is the resultant actual point of the glideslope/path intercept.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (09.15.19)
Sat, Sep 14,2019 11:38:39PM EST
Aero Linx: Sol Relief, Inc. In September and October of 2017 Hurricanes Irma and Maria caused massive devastation in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and many other areas of the Caribbean. A former St. Croix, U.S.V.I. resident and pilot, Jennifer Lockwood, wanted to help. Jennifer partnered with St. Pete Air and the Glasscock Family Foundation to create an innovative disaster relief mission utilizing small aircraft to serve U.S.V.I and Puerto Rico with immediate aid. From that mission a new venture focused on providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief with the use of aviation was formed – Sol Relief, Inc. In 2018, Bill Auer, owner of Tampa Bay Air Charter, was welcomed to the Board of Directors.

ANN FAQ: Contributing To Aero-TV
Fri, Sep 13,2019 10:51:38PM EST
How To Get A Story On Aero-TV News/Feature Programming How do I submit a story idea or lead to Aero-TV? If you would like to submit a story idea or lead, please contact Jim Campbell via the link below. Please include the following information when submitting a story idea or lead: who the intended subject is, a general story outline of said subject, important dates or deadlines for the story lead, and any appropriate contact information for both yourself and related subjects.

Airborne 09.11.19: Tico Belle, Transat Balloon Crossing, Moon Colony
Fri, Sep 13,2019 10:24:54PM EST
Also: 777X Load Testing, 1000th Super Puma, GE Aviation Trade Secrets Theft, Chandrayaan 2 An airplane that once carried paratroopers into France on D-Day has taken a role in providing humanitarian relief to the hurricane-ravaged islands of the Bahamas in the wake of Dorian. Tico Belle, a C-47 Skytrain owned by the Valiant Air Command based in Titusville, FL flew to Orlando International Airport on Saturday to pick up about 5,000 pounds of much-needed supplies, and then carried the cargo to Sandy Point on Great Abaco Island. Norman Daniels, commander of the Valiant Air Command, said that the aircraft was viable, and "we have volunteer pilots who are willing to make the trip."In the summer of 2020, Deborah Day and Mike Scholes will take on the exciting and challenging record-breaking attempt adventure to fly across the Atlantic Ocean in a Cameron Balloons built, lighter-than-air, gas and hot-air combination balloon. The pilots plan to take off from New Brunswick, East Coast of Canada with the aim to land “where the winds take them” over Europe. The adventurous flight is expected to take between 5 to 7 days aloft and the couple also hope to break existing distance (the Atlantic Ocean is approximately 2,520 nautical miles), duration and altitude records for this size of aerostat. The Open Lunar Foundation has revealed plans for a moon village after spending some five years developing the plan mostly in secret. Venture capitalist Steve Jurvetson posted a message on Twitter last week indicating that the establishment of the settlement would cost around $5 billion. "At $5B, it’s not only achievable within current NASA budgets, it offers the tantalizing possibility that a single passionate individual could fund the entire program as their legacy!” Jurvetson Tweeted. The Open Lunar Foundation is comprised of a group of tech executives and engineers who hope to make the vision a reality. Many of the foundation's members have former ties to NASA. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

AMA Drone Report 09.12.19: ANAFI FPV, EAA Comments on Amazon, Remote ID SNAFU
Fri, Sep 13,2019 01:00:21AM EST
Also: Drone Threat Against Heathrow, Football Foul-Up, Iran Arrests Drone Pilots, Flirtey Unveils 'The Future'The ANAFI FPV drone from Parrot puts the operator in the cockpit of Parrot’s new ultraportable UAV. The aircraft delivers live, immersive video from its 180-degree tilting camera to the included Cockpit Glasses. Parrot says that the ANAFI FPV boasts in-depth manual controls for piloting and imaging, 4K HDR video and 21-megapixel images, easy-to-use modes and presets, portability, long battery life, and on the go USB-C charging. The FPV experience is undertaken by pairing a smartphone to ANAFI FPV with the FreeFlight 6.6 app, placing the phone in the included Cockpit glasses, placing them on your head, and taking flight. Safety for manned aircraft, not commercial expediency, must be the priority for federal air regulators as they consider an exemption application by Amazon regarding package deliveries by UAS, noted EAA in formal comments to the FAA. EAA made the comments in response to Amazon’s petition to the FAA that requested relief from certain rules in order to conduct deliveries by UAS, commonly known as drones. The exemption would allow Amazon additional freedom to operate below 400 feet above ground level (AGL) without the line-of-sight observation requirements for UAS operations. DoT has delayed the publication of an NPRM concerning remote identification of UAVs until December of this year. According to the DOT Significant Rulemaking Report, the action would implement system(s) for the remote identification of certain unmanned aircraft systems. The remote identification of unmanned aircraft systems in the national airspace system would further address security and law enforcement concerns regarding the further integration of these aircraft into the national airspace while also enabling greater operational capabilities by these same aircraft. The rulemaking project was initiated in February of 2018. The new projected date for publication of the NPRM is December 20, 2019, with the comment period open through February 1, 2020. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Valqari To Launch First 5G Connected Drone Delivery To Smart Mailbox
Thu, Sep 12,2019 04:56:10PM EST
Drone Delivery Demo Conducted September 11th at Curiosity Lab Event Valqari, creator of the patented Smart Drone Delivery Mailbox and provider of last inch solutions for drone deliveries, has teamed up with Sprint to become the first smart mailbox to connect to their HTC 5G Hub. To showcase this cutting-edge advancement, Valqari’s technology was demonstrated at the grand opening of Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners on September 11th.

Hurricane Hunters Finish Flying Dorian
Thu, Sep 12,2019 04:53:16PM EST
Flew 25 Missions Assessing The Storm As It Developed And Rolled Up The U.S. East Coast The Air Force Reserve’s 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, aka the Hurricane Hunters, have flown 25 missions, from Aug. 25 to their last, Sept. 6, in support of Hurricane Dorian.

Travel Bloggers Imprisoned In Iran For Drone Flight
Thu, Sep 12,2019 04:37:22PM EST
Pair Was Documenting Their World Tour In Part Using Drone Photography A couple traveling on Australian passports has been arrested in Iran for allegedly operating a drone without a license and are being held in the country's notorious Evin prison.

Frost &Sullivan Names Top Innovators In The Global MRO Market
Thu, Sep 12,2019 04:33:49PM EST
Identifies The Top 17 Companies In The Industry Excelling At Innovation, Poised For Growth And Ripe For Investment Frost & Sullivan reveals that the maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) market experienced substantial growth in line with global fleet expansion. As the market worth $75 billion continues to increase for aircraft maintenance, MROs are adjusting capacity to meet the surging demand through the adoption of digital transformation, technology innovation, and unrivaled efficiencies as well as mergers, consolidations, buy-outs and alliances. Airlines are spinning their maintenance divisions off into separate MRO entities to produce fresh revenue streams as OEMs jockey for additional market share.

DJI And Delair Partner On Visual Intelligence Solutions
Thu, Sep 12,2019 04:31:46PM EST
To Enhance Visual Data Collection, Management & Analysis For Enterprises Drone manufacturer DJI and Delair, a provider of visual data management solutions for enterprise, have announced a partnership that will see the two companies collaborate on enhanced and integrated solutions for visual data collection and analysis for businesses. The partnership will include an agreement for Delair to sell DJI products through its worldwide sales channel, along with launching a relationship to build compatibility across platforms.

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