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Klyde Morris (08.05.22)
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:03:09PM EST
Klyde Based This On A REAL Conversation With SouthWest... Just Days Ago... FMI:

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (08.14.22): On-Course Indication
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:03:04PM EST
On-Course Indication An indication on an instrument, which provides the pilot a visual means of determining that the aircraft is located on the centerline of a given navigational track, or an indication on a radar scope that an aircraft is on a given track.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (08.14.22)
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:02:59PM EST
Aero Linx: International Air & Transportation Safety Bar Association (IATSBA) Originally founded in 1984 as the National Transportation Safety Board Bar Association, today’s International Air & Transportation Safety Bar Association (IATSBA) has grown to comprise attorneys from across the United States and other parts of the globe. Many routinely practice before the United States National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Department of Transportation (DOT), and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). While the original focus of the group centered on representation of pilots and aviation businesses in regulatory, certification, and enforcement proceedings, the Association has grown to encompass members who practice extensively in other areas of transportation law to include: accident litigation, mass casualty accident litigation, aviation insurance defense, transportation transactions, aviation and transportation taxation, and business law with a focus on aviation and other transportation enterprises. Membership in the Association is open to practicing attorneys, law students, and other individuals interested in aviation and transportation law.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (08.14.22)
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:02:56PM EST
“Our end goal is, the United States of America is half men, half women. Well, space should be at least that... If we cannot make these spacecraft equitable, and we can’t fly any type of person on them, then we need to look at our systems and reevaluate.” Source: Reid Weisman, chief over the astronaut program, parroting the Biden Administration's politically correct rhetoric, seemingly placing as much emphasis on social engineering as aerospace engineering.

ANN FAQ: Q&A 101
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:02:52PM EST
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Airborne 08.10.22: TL 3000 Sirius, Boeing PTO Forecast, SAF Controversies
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:02:49PM EST
Also: Flight Design Update, F/A-18E/F SLM, Flight Delays Worsen, SWA Attdt Hurt by Hard Ldg In all the hub-bub of readying for Oshkosh, we missed the chance to publish our first impressions of a recent flight test series using the TL Sport Aircraft TL 3000 Sirius... A slick high-wing tractor tri-gear produced by a Czech company, TL Ultralight. Using a variety of 912 and 914 series engines for power (with the 915 not far away), the 112-136 mph Sirius was a machine that, for some reason, we had overlooked to this point... to our regret now that ANN Editor-In-Chief Jim Campbell, has flown the bird -- and liked it-- a lot. Boeing has made public the results of its much-anticipatedPilot and Technician Outlook (PTO)—a work that peers twenty-years into the future of the aerospace industry and portends what profits or perils lie therein. Happily, Boeing’s forecast calls for tremendous growth throughout the commercial aviation sector. Between now and 2041, the airframer predicts the global commercial fleet will grow to north of 47,000 aircraft—nearly double its current size. To support such a multitude of machines, Boeing posits that air carriers will need hire 602,000 pilots, 610,000 maintenance technicians, and 899,000 cabin crew members. In yet another instance that speaks to widening gulf between the aims of America’s citizens and businesses and the federal lawmakers by whom they’re governed, U.S. fuel retailers are fighting the inclusion of a tax credit for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) in Democrats'massive $430-billion spending bill. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 08.15.22: NTSB v RedBull Stunt, Pilot Reinstated, ALPA v Pilot Shortage
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:02:43PM EST
Also: FAA's Dynamic System, Russian Helicopter Deal, FAA Denies Culpability, Artemis Last April's ill-advised TV stunt, under the PR guise of a Red Bull event, embarrassed the GA world to the extreme... and now the NTSB has had a few things to say about it... a very few things to say. The NTSB concluded that, "The accident airplane was part of an exhibition event, the goal of which was for two pilots to fly two similarly equipped airplanes in a vertical dive, after which they would simultaneously bail out and transfer to the other airplane. The pilot of one airplane was able to successfully transfer to the other airplane and land without incident, however, the other pilot could not enter the second airplane because it entered an inverted spin shortly after egress..."In an instance likely to resonate with current and former Part 135 pilots, a federal whistleblower investigation has vindicated an aviator wrongfully fired for refusing to fly under circumstances he deemed dangerous and contrary to federal aviation regulation. Amidst deafening caterwauling to the contrary, ALPA—the world’s largest pilot union—has consistently and confidently refuted claims that the airline industry is in the incipient throes of death by pilot shortage. On 11 August 2022, ALPA bolstered its position by citing data that establishes convincingly—if not incontrovertibly—that the ongoing racket being made about pilot shortages is more so an attempt by airlines to divert attention from their shabby performance and chronic mismanagement than it is an assertion of fact. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Flight Training 08.11.22: Thrust Flight, Delta Propel, PTO Forecast
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:02:37PM EST
Also: Astronaut Training, Taiwan Pilot Shortage, I Hart Flying, USAF and Aptima Thrust Flight has earned FAA Examining Authority over the Commercial Single-Engine Land facet of its Part 141-approved training curriculum. Examining Authority enables designated academy personnel to perform check-rides for enrolled students pursuing Commercial Pilot Certification. The U.S. is in the midst of a nationwide shortage of Designated Pilot Examiners—pilots authorized by the FAA to perform check-rides in the stead of FAA examiners. Delta is among the world’s oldest, largest, and most profitable airlines. Delta's Propel program transforms baggage-handlers and ticket-agents into airline pilots. Viewed through a more refined lens, the program—which was founded in 2018—allows Delta personnel who hold Private Pilot Certificates and have been in the carrier’s employ for more than three-years to undergo a screening process and—if accepted—receive qualified job offers to become Delta pilots. A Boeing forecast predicts the global commercial fleet will grow to north of 47,000 aircraft—nearly double its current size. To support such a multitude of machines, Boeing posits that air carriers will need hire 602,000 pilots, 610,000 maintenance technicians, and 899,000 cabin crew members. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-UnCrewed 08.09.22: VerdeGo Aero, Skylift UAVs, FAA Drone Regs Upheld
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:02:32PM EST
Also: NTSB Updates Definition, Masten Space Systems, Artemis Payload, Schiebel’s Camcopter S-100 VerdeGo Aero, the Daytona Beach-based manufacturer of hybrid-electric aerospace power-plants, has succeeded in raising $12-million in a Series “A” funding campaign spearheaded by RTX Ventures (Raytheon Technologies). The monies will finance the expansion of VerdeGo’s operation and accelerate the development of emergent hybrid-propulsion technologies. Founded in 2017 by the grandson of Charles Lindbergh—yes, THAT Charles Lindbergh—VerdeGo initially set out to develop its own line of eVTOL aircraft. In 2018, however, the company executed a decisive pivot, shifting its objective from aircraft-maker to hybrid-propulsion pioneer. Skylift, the U.K.-based maker of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) founded by a pilot, a sailor, and software developer, is making ready to demonstrate the ability of its drones to deliver prescription medications across the Isle of Wight. In partnership with Apian—a drone startup founded by medical students and ex-Googlers—Skylift’s UAVs will convey chemotherapy drugs from a pharmacy at Portsmouth Hospitals University to St. Mary’s Hospital. A United States Court has issued an opinion denying a petition for review of the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Remote ID rule. Subject rule requires unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) to be equipped with components or systems by which they may be individually but anonymously identified—after the fashion in which a license plate identifies an automobile without publicly disclosing the identity of the vehicle’s owner. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Airborne 08.12.22: Snowbird Grounding, AEA 2Q Report, Paul Allen’s Warbirds
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:02:27PM EST
Also: $10-Million eVTOL Deposit, Clay Lacy Expands, VNY Runway Reopens, Artemis Launch Date The CT-114 Tutor aircraft flown by the Royal Canadian Air Force’s Snowbirds flight demonstration squadron have been ordered grounded until a deliberate, detailed, and broad airworthiness risk-assessment can be completed. The move was ordered by the Operational Airworthiness Authority for the RCAF, Maj. Gen. Iain Huddleston. AEA represents nearly 1,300 member companies in more than forty countries. Their Avionics Market Report for 2022’s second-quarter showed an 11.7% increase in avionics sales over the previous quarter, and a 19.9% increase over the same period in 2021. AEA president and CEO Mike Adamson states: "It is encouraging to see sales continue to climb, up nearly 16% compared to the first six months of 2021..."Paul Allen was many things: an entrepreneur; a tech mogul; the owner of the Seattle Seahawks and Portland Trail Blazers; a philanthropist and a damn good software engineer. He was also an aviation enthusiast—the sort who applied his considerable means to the acquisition of not only contemporary business jets, but iconic, historical aircraft, the preservation of which behooves the whole of mankind. Allen’s 2018 death called into question the future of his collection. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (08.15.22)
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:02:20PM EST
Aero Linx: The European Safety Promotion Network Rotorcraft (ESPN-R) The European Safety Promotion Network Rotorcraft (ESPN-R) is a mixed industry-authorities team established in January 2017 by the Rotorcraft Sectorial Committee (RSC), now called the Rotorcraft Committee (R.COM).

Airborne 08.08.22: MOSAIC Delays, Savage Norden STOL, Boeing Strike Averted
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:02:16PM EST
Also: Astronaut Training, F-15 at 50, Canadian ADS-B Mandate, Thrust Flight The Annual Oshkosh “Meet the Boss” event was one of the most sparsely attended editions we’ve seen to date… seemingly due to the fact that word was out that the FAA had disappointing news… and they did. What everyone wanted to hear, was positive news about MOSAIC… a program that would determine the future of light aircraft. A working version, if not the NPRM itself, was previously promised for this year but due to the politics of separating the program into segments that set unmanned aircraft and autonomous vehicles apart from the pseudo-LSA sport aircraft community, it needed revision. SportairUSA, the Arkansas-based FAA certified Repair Station and aircraft and components distributor, has announced that the American version of Zlin’s new Savage Norden STOL aircraft has received FAA approval in the category of Special Light Sport Aircraft. Zlin Aircraft—formerly and perhaps more widely known as Moravan Otrokovice—is a Czech aircraft manufacturer of light agricultural, aerobatic, and backcountry airplanes. The company’s Savage Norden is a largely clean-sheet high-wing, STOL, aluminum monoplane designed for backcountry use. Boeing’s fortunes—in every sense—are on the rise. The 2022 Farnborough Airshow saw the plane-maker secure 237 firm orders; deals with Delta, ANA, and Qatar airlines for 175 MAX variants effectively resuscitated Boeing’s long beleaguered 737 MAX program. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (08.15.22)
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:02:04PM EST
(The NTSB) "determines the probable cause(s) of this accident to be: The unoccupied airplanes exceedance of the critical angle of attack which resulted in a stall, subsequent inverted spin, and impact with terrain."Source: The NTSB, in their Probable Cause findings, after investigating a bizarre, misguided 'Plane Swap"stunt that resulted in the destruction of one aircraft.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (08.15.22): Option Approach
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:02:00PM EST
Option Approach An approach requested and conducted by a pilot which will result in either a touch-and-go, missed approach, low approach, stop-and-go, or full stop landing. Pilots should advise ATC if they decide to remain on the runway, of any delay in their stop and go, delay clearing the runway, or are unable to comply with the instruction(s).

Read/Watch/Listen... ANN Does It All
Tue, Aug 16,2022 11:01:55PM EST
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