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Airborne 01.19.18: Airbus A380 Reprieve, FAA Sued, FAA Defends Drop Zone
Mon, Jan 22,2018 03:39:01AM EST
Also: Skydiving Museum, Nature Air Suspended, IAC 2017 Collegiate Program, StandardAero Ceases LAX Ops You can hear the sigh of relief from across the Atlantic... After several months of questions about the viability of the A380 program, and whether Airbus would continue to manufacture the Super Jumbo airliners, new life has been breathed into the program with an order from Emirates. Analysts have been saying since an agreement between Emirates and Airbus hit a snag last year at the Dubai Airshow that the deal was "make or break"for the A380. Now, the carrier has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to acquire up to 36 additional A380 aircraft. The agreement was signed Thursday morning at the airline’s headquarters. The commitment is for 20 A380s and an option for 16 more with deliveries to start in 2020, valued at $16 billion at latest list prices. The FAA has been hit with another lawsuit over its drone registration database, and this time the agency is facing nearly $840 million in penalties. Drone attorney Jonathan Rupprecht writes that the case has been brought by Robert Taylor -- the brother of John Taylor, who won a case against the FAA that temporarily suspended the FAA's drone registration requirement. Rupprecht says that this case is a Class Action suit of at least 836,796 members. Nearly four years after it was initially denied in 2014, the FAA has told the city of Casa Grande, AZ that it must allow the establishment of a drop zone at the Casa Grande Municipal Airport (KCGZ). Skydive Coastal California has been operating out of the airport as Phoenix Area Skydiving, but that the drop zone used by the company is outside the city limits. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

AMA Drone Report 01.18.18: 1 Million Drone Reg's, Autel EVO, FAA Sued Again
Sun, Jan 21,2018 06:10:57PM EST
Also: New DJI Mavic?, SureFly Not Yet, Drones Tracking Illegal Dumping, 'Illicit'Drone Video The FAA has registered a million drones, the DOT announced last week at CES in Las Vegas, with the vast majority of them being used for recreational purposes. Speaking at CES 2018, SecTrans Elaine Chao said the 1,000,000 total registration figure includes 878,000 hobbyists, who receive one identification number for all the drones they own, and 122,000 commercial, public and other drones, which are individually registered. In addition to being required by law, the registration process helps educate drone operators who are new to aviation by having them agree to the FAA’s operating rules and increases airspace security by identifying drones with their owner. Autel Robotics USA has announced its new flagship aircraft line, the EVO. EVO is a portable camera drone with foldable arms and a sleek, compact form factor. The drone was introduced last week at CES 2018. The EVO will be equipped with a 4K UHD camera on a 3-Axis Gimbal. EVO’s camera records high definition footage at 60 fps. Rear and front sensors let EVO fly with multiple intelligent flight modes and obstacle avoidance. EVO’s controller has a built-in 3.3 inch OLED screen with live HD dual band transmission and a 7KM range. The FAA has been hit with another lawsuit over its drone registration database, and this time the agency is facing nearly $840 million in penalties. Drone attorney Jonathan Rupprecht writes that the case has been brought by Robert Taylor -- the brother of John Taylor, who won a case against the FAA that temporarily suspended the FAA's drone registration requirement. Rupprecht says that this case is a Class Action suit of at least 836,796 members. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 01.16.18: AUVSI Trusted Operator, Typhoon H Plus, Intel
Sun, Jan 21,2018 06:10:39PM EST
Also: Drones Tracking Illegal Dumping, Arctic UAS, Airspace Situational Awareness, TrueView R20 AUVSI has announced the appointment of leading industry stakeholders to serve on a steering committee and as brand ambassadors who will develop the Trusted Operator Program (TOP) for remote pilots and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) training organizations. AUVSI launched TOP in November, to facilitate best practices, codes of conduct and professionalism for operators of services provided by UAS, also known as drones. Yuneec International has announced the second generation of its proven six-rotor hex platform, Typhoon H Plus. The second generation of Typhoon H features Yuneec's all-new, larger, highly stable six rotor hex airframe. The vehicle offers a 40 percent reduction in noise from previous hex models, and stable flight in winds up to 30mph. Typhoon H Plus is equipped with a high aperture one-inch sensor camera capable of 20 megapixel stills and 4K resolution video at 60fps. The new model also boasts an improved low-light performance compared to previous models. Remember the drone light show presented at the Super Bowl last year? Though pre-taped (an FAA TFR prevented the show from being presented live), it was pretty impressive. The show was executed by Intel Shooting Star drones, and in a keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the company said it has developed a variant of the swarm drone that is safe for indoor use. But unfortunately, you can't buy one. The "Shooting Star Mini"can locate itself in space without using a GPS, according to the company. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (01.22.18)
Sun, Jan 21,2018 06:08:50PM EST
“I can’t think of a better place to bring this airplane in its first year. I think everybody who attends the show is really into experimental airplanes, obviously with it being the Experimental Aircraft Association. I think they’ll really enjoy seeing this airplane do its thing.” Source: Dell Coller, EAA 683852, commenting on the truly unitque Yak-110, an innovative aerobatic airplane created by attaching two Yak-55s together and adding a jet engine in addition to the two radial engines, is slated to appear and perform at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 for the first time ever. Dell, the primary builder of the Yak-110, said he believes Oshkosh is the perfect place to bring his new experimental airplane. We quite agree...

Klyde Morris (01.22.18)
Sun, Jan 21,2018 05:13:29PM EST
Klyde Offers A Few More Insights Into The Peculiarities of 'Security Theater'FMI: www.klydemorris.com

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (01.21.18)
Sat, Jan 20,2018 04:19:40PM EST
“Being in structural maintenance kind of centers around building parts for the aircraft. I took a personal interest in the project because it’s not something we normally get to do and it gave me the opportunity to be creative. It was mutually beneficial for my section because we recruited [Airmen still in training] to assist in construction, which gave them upgrade training in our career field.” Source: Staff Sgt. Scott Trombley, 100th MXG aircraft structural maintenance craftsman, discussing aircraft fuels systems Airmen assigned to the 100th Maintenance Squadron and the fact that they need to become familiar with claustrophobic work spaces, such as the fuel tanks within the wings of an aircraft, in order to do their jobs.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (01.22.18): Outer Area
Sat, Jan 20,2018 04:16:40PM EST
Outer Area (associated with Class C airspace) Nonregulatory airspace surrounding designated Class C airspace airports wherein ATC provides radar vectoring and sequencing on a full-time basis for all IFR and participating VFR aircraft. The service provided in the outer area is called Class C service which includes: IFR/IFR−standard IFR separation; IFR/VFR−traffic advisories and conflict resolution; and VFR/VFR−traffic advisories and, as appropriate, safety alerts. The normal radius will be 20 nautical miles with some variations based on site-specific requirements. The outer area extends outward from the primary Class C airspace airport and extends from the lower limits of radar/radio coverage up to the ceiling of the approach control’s delegated airspace excluding the Class C charted area and other airspace as appropriate.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (01.21.18): Obstacle Departure Procedure (ODP)
Sat, Jan 20,2018 04:14:01PM EST
Obstacle Departure Procedure (ODP) A preplanned instrument flight rule (IFR) departure procedure printed for pilot use in textual or graphic form to provide obstruction clearance via the least onerous route from the terminal area to the appropriate en route structure. ODPs are recommended for obstruction clearance and may be flown without ATC clearance unless an alternate departure procedure (SID or radar vector) has been specifically assigned by ATC.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (01.22.18)
Sat, Jan 20,2018 04:11:32PM EST
Aero Linx: The Greenwood Military Aviation Museum Experience Greenwood's exciting military history and learn of its heroes through the Museum's permanent and temporary exhibits that chronicle its beginnings as an RAF Station in 1942; to its present day status as the largest airbase in Atlantic Canada. Walk through Greenwood's history; reflect in the Commemorative garden, on those who served their country. See the only Neptune aircraft in Canada along with an Argus, Lancaster, Dakota, Anson, Labrador, Challenger, Hercules, Aurora and Silver Stars in the Air Park.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (01.21.18)
Sat, Jan 20,2018 04:08:51PM EST
Aero Linx: The Airship Association The Airship Association believes that Lighter than Air Vehicles (LTAV) have the potential to provide viable and cost-effective aerospace platforms for a number of applications which are currently undertaken by a variety of more conventional forms of transport. LTAVs should not be considered a replacement for conventional aircraft or ships, but complementary; part of a comprehensive transport network which reduces the economic cost of transport in certain areas.

Airborne 01.17.18: Trans States $$$, Lost Pilot, Scout Aero Heli
Fri, Jan 19,2018 11:13:30PM EST
Also: Autonomous Air Tanker, Turkish Airliner Cliff Dive, GAMA Scholarship, Rolls-Royce Test Facility Trans States Airlines has announced a $44,000 signing bonus for new hire First Officers. The new bonus includes an additional $6,000 bonus for pilots with a type rating. Total first year compensation for new hire First Officers will now approach $86,000. Pilots with airline experience who are hired as Captain Qualified First Officers (CQFOs) can fly as a First Officer or a Captain, and can expect a minimum year one compensation package of up to $90,000, with the opportunity to earn even more when flying as a Captain. Once on property, Trans States pilots can also earn referral and mentor bonuses. Earlier this month a Cirrus SR22T airplane on a flight plan from Oklahoma City, OK to Georgetown, TX continued over the Gulf of Mexico before finally coming down in the Gulf north of Cancun, Mexico. The pilot apparently lost consciousness, and the plane flew on autopilot until its fuel was exhausted. Now, the son of that pilot, whose name was Bill Kinsinger, has launched a GoFundMe campaign in an effort to raise enough money to go locate the airplane and his dad's remains. A new aircraft is always big news for the GA market... but a new rotorcraft is even more noteworthy. A new three-place civilian helicopter has been introduced by Scout Aero of Coatesville, PA that is being marketed as a personal aircraft that is ready-to-fly at $195,000. According to the company website, the Scout has a range of 310 nautical miles cruising at 95 knots, equalling a 3.2 hour endurance. The service ceiling of the aircraft is listed at over 20,000 feet. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 01.19.18: Airbus A380 Reprieve, FAA Sued, FAA Defends Drop Zone
Fri, Jan 19,2018 11:11:45PM EST
Also: Skydiving Museum, Nature Air Suspended, IAC 2017 Collegiate Program, StandardAero Ceases LAX Ops You can hear the sigh of relief from across the Atlantic... After several months of questions about the viability of the A380 program, and whether Airbus would continue to manufacture the Super Jumbo airliners, new life has been breathed into the program with an order from Emirates. Analysts have been saying since an agreement between Emirates and Airbus hit a snag last year at the Dubai Airshow that the deal was "make or break"for the A380. Now, the carrier has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to acquire up to 36 additional A380 aircraft. The agreement was signed Thursday morning at the airline’s headquarters. The commitment is for 20 A380s and an option for 16 more with deliveries to start in 2020, valued at $16 billion at latest list prices. The FAA has been hit with another lawsuit over its drone registration database, and this time the agency is facing nearly $840 million in penalties. Drone attorney Jonathan Rupprecht writes that the case has been brought by Robert Taylor -- the brother of John Taylor, who won a case against the FAA that temporarily suspended the FAA's drone registration requirement. Rupprecht says that this case is a Class Action suit of at least 836,796 members. Nearly four years after it was initially denied in 2014, the FAA has told the city of Casa Grande, AZ that it must allow the establishment of a drop zone at the Casa Grande Municipal Airport (KCGZ). Skydive Coastal California has been operating out of the airport as Phoenix Area Skydiving, but that the drop zone used by the company is outside the city limits. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

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Fri, Jan 19,2018 10:37:28AM EST
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Taking To The Skies Aboard The Eurofighter Typhoon
Fri, Jan 19,2018 10:36:11AM EST
New Video Gives Viewers A Sense Of The Airplane's Capabilities A brand-new video takes viewers into the cockpit of the Eurofighter Typhoon combat aircraft, providing a fly-along perspective with Spanish Air Force pilots operating from Morón Air Base southeast of Seville, Spain.

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