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Airborne 01.23.17: PMA Approval Breakthrough, PBoR in Legal Ruling, R44 Cadet
Mon, Jan 23,2017 08:44:54PM EST
Also: DJI Phantom 4, SpaceX Launch Vid, BasicMed AC, Rolls-Royce, Next F-35A Base, UAV Perched Ldg, K-MAX A proposed new compliance pathway for Parts Manufacturer Approval for manufacturing of low risk safety-enhancing avionics and other low risk equipment emerged during a January 17 meeting in Oshkosh between EAA, top FAA officials, and aviation industry members. This alternate approach would be based on a tiered system that provides different methods to show a compliant quality system and varied levels of oversight, based on the level of risk associated with the specific equipment being certified. A foreign pilot has been cleared of charges that he falsified an FAA medical application form, and an emergency order of revocation of his airman privileges has been reversed. His attorney says that the case is the first intentional falsification matter where the Pilot’s Bill of Rights medical reform mandates that became law in 2012 played a key role in the victory. Earlier this month, Robinson Helicopter Company delivered an R44 Cadet to the University of North Dakota. This is the first Cadet to be used in UND’s flight training program. It’s reported that UND Aerospace owns the largest civilian flight training operation in the world with three campuses and over 150 aircraft and flight training devices. The helicopter training division is located at the Grand Forks, North Dakota campus and logs over 5000 hours in helicopters annually. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

AMA Drone Report 01.23.17: AMA Expo West, Propel Star Wars Drones, Lily Folds
Mon, Jan 23,2017 07:42:57PM EST
Also: Ready Made RC FPV Fest, ERAU Offering Drone Course, Second Drone Advisory Committee Meeting AMA Expo West was quite a transition for the ANN crew... who went from the insanity of Las Vegas and the Consumer Electronics Show to the relative calm of the model aviation community. Incoming AMA President Rich Hansen spent a great deal of time with ANN chatting about the future of model aviation and the hobby drone community... and we’ll feature those remarks in upcoming Aero-TV feature interviews. By all appearances, the busy convention seemed a successful gathering... Drones come in all shapes and sizes, and we’re finding out that their design purpose is almost limitless. Propel RC proved this point at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show with their fascinating line of Star Wars drones. While these drones are obviously aimed at the market of fun and fantasy, the technology involved in their design and controllability is stunning. Propel RC put a lot of work into creating a drone design series that would match the challenge of the different flying vehicles in the Star Wars movie series. The Lily 'Throw and Shoot'flying camera drone has been permanently grounded. The founders of the company announced that the company would be ceasing operations, and refunds will be offered to those who had pre-ordered the drone. Antoine Balaresque and Henry Bradlow sent an email announcing the decision to its customers, which was provided to ANN. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 01.23.17: PMA Approval Breakthrough, PBoR in Legal Ruling, R44 Cadet
Mon, Jan 23,2017 07:42:25PM EST
Also: DJI Phantom 4, SpaceX Launch Vid, BasicMed AC, Rolls-Royce, Next F-35A Base, UAV Perched Ldg, K-MAX A proposed new compliance pathway for Parts Manufacturer Approval for manufacturing of low risk safety-enhancing avionics and other low risk equipment emerged during a January 17 meeting in Oshkosh between EAA, top FAA officials, and aviation industry members. This alternate approach would be based on a tiered system that provides different methods to show a compliant quality system and varied levels of oversight, based on the level of risk associated with the specific equipment being certified. A foreign pilot has been cleared of charges that he falsified an FAA medical application form, and an emergency order of revocation of his airman privileges has been reversed. His attorney says that the case is the first intentional falsification matter where thePilot’s Bill of Rights medical reform mandates that became law in 2012 played a key role in the victory. Earlier this month, Robinson Helicopter Company delivered an R44 Cadet to the University of North Dakota. This is the first Cadet to be used in UND’s flight training program. It’s reported that UND Aerospace owns the largest civilian flight training operation in the world with three campuses and over 150 aircraft and flight training devices. The helicopter training division is located at the Grand Forks, North Dakota campus and logs over 5000 hours in helicopters annually. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Air Force COS Goldfein Addresses Priorities For The 21st Century
Mon, Jan 23,2017 06:42:53PM EST
Outlines His Perspective For The Future Of American Air Power Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein outlined his perspective on the future of American airpower and how Airmen “deployed in place” play a vital role in today’s Air Force during his discussion at the American Enterprise Institute Public Forum in Washington, D.C., Jan. 18, 2017.

AeroSports Update: FAI World Glider Championship Results
Mon, Jan 23,2017 02:44:15PM EST
The 34th FAI World Gliding Championships In Australia Ends On A High A hard two-week battle in Australian skies sees three new FAI Gliding World Champions win gold. Three new FAI Gliding World Champions were crowned in Australia on Sunday, January 22, bringing to a close a hard-fought two-week long competition in Australia.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (01.24.17)
Mon, Jan 23,2017 02:43:15PM EST
SpaceX Launch with Ben and Van What better place to watch the SpaceX return to flight than from a vantage point about 8,500 feet above the ground. That's what these YouTubers did when SpaceX launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base January 14.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (01.24.17): Pilot's Discretion
Mon, Jan 23,2017 02:42:25PM EST
When used in conjunction with altitude assignments, means that ATC has offered the pilot the option of starting climb or descent whenever he/she wishes and conducting the climb or descent at any rate he/she wishes.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (01.24.17)
Mon, Jan 23,2017 02:41:30PM EST
"One of the great things about Boeing South Carolina is that our teammates already have a voice, and their ideas, concerns and feedback have driven many changes for the better, and continue to do so today."Source: Joan Robinson-Berry, Boeing South Carolina vice president and general manager. The IAM is again calling for a vote to organize machinists at Boeing's South Carolina campus.

ANN FAQ: Disqus
Mon, Jan 23,2017 02:40:26PM EST
A Powerful New Tool For You To Use For Your Aero-Conversations Want to start a conversation about a story you've seen on Aero-News? It's even easier with Disqus, a powerful, web-based comment tool you can use to talk about stories on Aero-News with your friends.

Airlink Becomes First South African Airline To Acquire Embraer E-Jets
Mon, Jan 23,2017 02:40:23PM EST
First Deliveries Expected In The First Half Of This year Airlink, Southern Africa's largest independent regional airline, is joining the E-Jet operator's family. The airline is acquiring five E-Jets - three E170s and two E190s, from ECC Leasing, a wholly-owned Embraer subsidiary. Airlink will start to receive the aircraft in the first half of 2017.

Aviation Explorers Take To The Sky At Leesburg International Airport
Mon, Jan 23,2017 02:39:05PM EST
Young Eagles Orientation Flights Conducted Over The Weekend EAA Chapter 534 Aviation Explorers got to fly in airplanes on Saturday January 21, 2017 at the Leesburg International Airport in Leesburg, Florida.

Esterline Signs Agreement With Sabena Technics
Mon, Jan 23,2017 02:38:04PM EST
Company Will Install CMA-6800 Display On ATR Aircraft Esterline Avionics Systems has recently signed a dealer agreement with Sabena technics to distribute the Esterline CMA-6800 LCD Display to ATR 42/72 operators, principally located in Europe.

CAE Wins Defense Contracts On Key Platforms
Mon, Jan 23,2017 02:36:54PM EST
Agreements Valued At More Than $134 Million (U.S.) CAE has won defense contracts on a range of customer platforms valued at more than $134 million (U.S.) to provide new simulation products, simulator upgrades and training support services for global military customers.

Swiss Signs For Jeppesen Crew Tracking Services
Mon, Jan 23,2017 02:34:43PM EST
Three-Year Agreement Targeted Towards More Efficiency In Crew Tracking Swiss International Air Lines, Ltd. (Swiss), the national airline of Switzerland, has signed a three-year agreement with Jeppesen for crew tracking services. Through the agreement, Swiss will integrate Jeppesen Crew Tracking into their operations to optimize crew planning and recover from disruptions to planned crew schedules.

ATR Reports Strong Sales Of Regional Airliners In 2016
Mon, Jan 23,2017 02:32:24PM EST
ATR -600s Rank First Among Regional Aircraft Sales Despite Challenging Market ATR says it further consolidated its position in 2016 as the preferred choice of regional airlines. The ATR -600s ranked first among all regional aircraft sales of the year, with orders for 36 aircraft (34 ATR 72-600s and 2 ATR 42-600s). ATR reports a market share of 35 percent in the 50-to-90-seat aircraft sector since 2010.

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