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Aero-News: Quote Of The Day (05.02.16)
Sun, May 01,2016 07:11:39PM EST
“The past months were amazing for ARCA Space Corporation, as the ArcaBoard was prepared for production. We couldn’t be happier knowing how fortunate we are to create and now ship the first true personal flying machine, the first hoverboard in history. A flying machine that will allow anyone to fly whenever and wherever they want. We are now leaving a mark upon the world, because from now on anyone can have a flying machine in their garage. It’s a history first. As a prediction, ArcaBoard opens a multi-billion-dollar hovering industry and we are sure that other companies will soon follow.” Source: Dumitru Popescu, ARCA Space Corporation, CEO, in comments made asthey start the production of the ArcaBoard, what the company is calling the world’s first commercially available hoverboard. The ArcaBoard will be produced in New Mexico. The deliveries will start in May to clients from China, France, Israel, Romania and United States.

Delta Orders Additional Airbus A321 Jets
Sun, May 01,2016 07:06:17PM EST
Order For 37 More A321s Brings The Total Order Book To 82 Of The Large Narrowbody Aircraft Delta Air Lines has reached an agreement with Airbus to acquire 37 additional A321s as part of its efforts to renew its narrowbody fleet. The fuel-efficient A321s will replace older-generation jets, including the MD-88.

Klyde Morris (05.02.16)
Sun, May 01,2016 04:49:52PM EST
Klyde: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same! FMI: www.klydemorris.com

FAA Small UAS Rules Getting Closer
Sun, May 01,2016 10:53:03AM EST
Proposed Regulations For Small UAS Operation Have Been Forwarded To The OMB For A Final Look After waiting for an extended time, the FAA has finally forwarded its proposed regulations for small unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to the White House for a final review. According to a report on ‘hlregulation.com,’ this move presents the final opportunity for interested parties to have an effect on the outcome of the regulation.

Airborne 04.26.16: Drone v Airplane-NOT!, eFusion Electric Plane, ANN@AEA-LIVE!!
Sat, Apr 30,2016 09:47:51PM EST
Also: MU-2 AOA, AMA Responds To Senate FAA Reauthorization, ANN@AEA Live 04/27-0830ET, ANN@AEA Live 04/28-1400ET, ANN@AEA Live 04/29-1100ET A report of a drone possibly colliding with a British Airways A320 on approach to Heathrow nearly broke the Internet. There were tons of breathless stories and offers to media outlets for "experts"to discuss the "problem."When we relayed this report last week, we also said that it was still being investigated that the airplane had suffered no damage. It looks like it was worth it to be a bit skeptical. The U.K. newspaper The Telegraph now reports that Transport Minister Robert Goodwill said that there had been no confirmation that a UAV had come in contact with the airplane. In fact, it may have been a plastic bag. The all-electric Magnus eFusion made its maiden flight in Hungary earlier this month. The eFusion of the Magnus Aircraft Corporation is a two seat side-by-side low-wing monoplane with fixed tricycle landing gear. Siemens designed a battery system for aviation use and optimized the electric propulsion system for application in the cost-sensitive segments of Very Light, Light Sport and Ultra-Light Aircraft. As we conclude today’s Airborne Unlimited broadcast, things will look different for the rest of the week. The cast and crew of Airborne Unlimited is heading for Orlando Florida and We’ll be live broadcasting from the Aircraft Electronics Association annual convention. We’ll be back with our regular broadcast format next week. See the attached LIVE Webcast schedule for more information. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

FAA Approves 5,000 Section 333 Exemption Petition Grants
Sat, Apr 30,2016 05:58:01PM EST
Gowdy Brothers Aerospace Looks To The Future Of Non-Recreational UAS Use FAA Airman and Airspace Rules Division announces 5,076 approved Section 333 petition grants. The FAA further clarified there were another 7,000 petitions waiting to be approved as of April 20th at the FAA UAS symposium hosted by Embry-Riddle University. This is significantly up from approximately 50 approved exemptions this time last year. Nevertheless, there has been a recent slowdown as individuals, businesses, non-profits and governmental agencies all anticipate regulatory changes.

Aero-News: Quote Of The Day (05.01.16)
Sat, Apr 30,2016 03:29:38PM EST
"Working together, we have accomplished a truly incredible amount in the last couple of years. But we’re still really at the beginning of the process. We need to start thinking about bigger challenges, so I propose that we use this symposium to frame these challenges together."Source: FAA Boss, Michael Huerta, at a UAS Symposium held in conjunction with Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University last week to broaden the dialogue with industry and the public on how to safely integrate unmanned aircraft into the National Airspace System.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (05.02.16)
Sat, Apr 30,2016 03:26:47PM EST
Aero Linx: The Arizona Pilot’s Association (APA) The Arizona Pilot’s Association (APA) was organized in 1978 to give Arizona’s general aviation community a voice in aviation matters. Our mission remains much the same today as we continue to promote general aviation through advocacy at various levels of state and federal government, as well as through partnering with other aviation organizations in advocating our common interests: promoting aviation safety, pilot education, and public understanding of general aviation; preserving, maintaining, and even re-opening Arizona’s backcountry and recreational airstrips; broadcasting Arizona aviation news; and connecting Arizona pilots through aviation events.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (05.01.16)
Sat, Apr 30,2016 03:24:21PM EST
Aero Linx: Alaskan Aviation Safety Foundation The foundation was created to improve aviation safety in Alaska thorough education, advocacy and research. We are a non-profit membership organization, established as a 501(c) 3 tax exempt corporation. Some of our activities include organizing safety seminars, hosting a segment on public television, and participating in a variety of forums and working groups to promote aviation safety. If you are not already a member, consider joining the foundation.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (05.02.16): Comply With Restrictions
Sat, Apr 30,2016 03:22:05PM EST
Comply With Restrictions An ATC instruction that requires an aircraft being vectored back onto an arrival or departure procedure to comply with all altitude and/or speed restrictions depicted on the procedure. This term may be used in lieu of repeating each remaining restriction that appears on the procedure.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (05.01.16): Common Point
Sat, Apr 30,2016 03:19:45PM EST
Common Point A significant point over which two or more aircraft will report passing or have reported passing before proceeding on the same or diverging tracks. To establish/maintain longitudinal separation, a controller may determine a common point not originally in the aircraft’s flight plan and then clear the aircraft to fly over the point.

Carter Aviation Seeking Partners For UAS Business Development
Sat, Apr 30,2016 03:04:24PM EST
Company Says Slowed Rotor/Compound Technologies Could Have Applications In The Unmanned Market Carter Aviation Technologies, LLC (Carter) has explored interest in its Slowed Rotor/Compound (SR/C) technologies for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in the past. Carter has formed teams and partnerships and even secured UAS study contracts with its SR/C technology, but has yet to produce a UAS demonstrator.

ArcaBoard Starts Production, Delivery
Sat, Apr 30,2016 03:04:09PM EST
'First Commercially Available Hoverboard'To Be Produced In New Mexico ARCA Space Corporation has started the production of the ArcaBoard, what the company is calling the world’s first commercially available hoverboard. The ArcaBoard will be produced in New Mexico. The deliveries will start in May to clients from China, France, Israel, Romania and United States.

Robinson R22 Helicopter Flashcards App Now Available
Sat, Apr 30,2016 03:03:39PM EST
Apple And Android Apps Help In Memorization Of R22 Operations Based on the Flashcard set by Freddie Ephraim, ASA's R22 Helicopter Flashcards App is a must have for anyone learning to fly in the Robinson R22 model. Designed to facilitate memorization and deepen understanding of safe and effective helicopter operations, these flashcards help both civilian and military pilots master the aircraft.

SpaceX Wins National Security Launch Contract
Sat, Apr 30,2016 03:03:26PM EST
SpaceX Wins The Contract From Competitor ULA Because They Were The Only Bidder SpaceX has been looking to obtain a national security launch contract but United Launch Alliance (ULA), which is a joint venture by Lockheed Martin and Boeing, has been the preferred provider. This time, ULA elected not to bid and SpaceX was awarded the contract by default.

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