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Aero-TV: Of Australia’s Jabiru Aircraft and Engines
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:17:19PM EST
The Antipodes Finest Four-Stork Aero-Mills Co-founded in 1988 by Rodney Stiff and Phil Ainsworth, Bundaberg, Queensland’s Jabiru Aircraft is an Australian, family-owned maker of kit and ready-built civil Special Light Sport Aircraft (SLSA). Unique among LSA and SLSA concerns, Jabiru also designs and manufactures a range of light, four and six-cylinder aero-engines by which its aircraft are powered. SLSA aircraft—more or less—are the LSA equivalents of larger, type-certificated general-aviation aircraft. As opposed to FAA standards, SLSA aircraft are built to consensus standards—guidelines collectively developed by industry, pilots, and the FAA. The consensus standard model has long been utilized to develop products the likes of automobiles, paints, toys, etc.

NTSB Prelim: Cessna R182
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:12:24PM EST
Airplane Lifted Off Nose-High, The Wings Buffeted, And The Airplane Drifted Left Into Trees On May 21, 2023, about 1447 eastern daylight time, a Cessna R182, N182LG, was destroyed when it was involved in an accident near Macon, North Carolina. The private pilot was fatally injured. The airplane was operated as a Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 personal flight.The airplane was departing on runway 18 at Nocarva Airport (NC10), Macon, North Carolina. Runway 18 was 1,900 ft long, 100 ft wide, and consisted of a turf surface.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (06.06.23)
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:12:20PM EST
“During this event, the NORAD aircraft also used flares—which may have been visible to the public—in an attempt to draw attention from the pilot. Flares are employed with highest regard for safety of the intercepted aircraft and people on the ground. Flares burn out quickly and completely and there is no danger to the people on the ground when dispensed.” Source: From a post-incident statement by NORAD, after a Cessna Citation was approached by their fighters after the aircraft went incommunicado and violated airspace...

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (06.06.23): Breakout
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:12:16PM EST
Breakout A technique to direct aircraft out of the approach stream. In the context of simultaneous (independent) parallel operations, a breakout is used to direct threatened aircraft away from a deviating aircraft.

Airborne 06.01.23: Reno Seeks New Home, Jet It Kaput, SLS Criticized
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:12:13PM EST
Also: Diamond DA62 SurveyStar, Blue Origin, Radio Altimeter 5G SAIB, ALPA v 1500 HR Rule The Reno Air Racing Association (RARA) is now accepting bids from airports and localities seeking to partner with the organization for purpose of hosting future air racing events. Last March, the Reno Air Racing Association’s board of directors regretfully announced that 2023’s 59th National Championship Air Races—spanning 13 through 17 September—are to be the last held at Reno, Nevada’s Reno-Stead Airport (4SD). North Carolina-based charter and fractional ownership concern Jet It—the world’s 12th largest private jet operator by the metrics of charter and fractional flight hours—is reportedly shuttering its flight operations. The first unmanned SLS launch was made on 16 November 2022. Past successes notwithstanding, the SLS program, as of May 2023, is north of $6-billion over-budget and more than six-years behind schedule—so states a scathing new audit undertaken by NASA’s Inspector General. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

Airborne 06.02.23: Air Tours Attacked, Skydivers Over Sixty, EAA Beer?
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:12:08PM EST
Also: China’s C919, Sierra Space, Ameriflight Drones, Bizarre Utah A/C Mishap The National Park Service (NPS) and the FAA are rewriting the regulations by which air tours over U.S. national parks are conducted. Extant drafts of the agencies’ Air Tour Management Plans (ATMPs) call for radical and reactionary measures the likes of eliminating air tours in their entirety in some U.S. parks and, in others, cutting such undertakings by as much as 86-percent. Founded in 1992 under the guiding premise “You don't quit skydiving because you get old; you get old because you quit skydiving,” Skydivers Over Sixty (SOS) has evolved into an international organization comprising upwards of 2,650 members hailing from thirty nations. No... we’re not making this up... Attendees of July's AirVenture (and anyone visiting the nearby Fox Valley) can get a taste of some limited-run ale in celebration of the EAA's 70th anniversary. As part of a larger celebration, the group okayed their local watering hole, the Stone Arch Brew Pub of Appleton, Wisconsin, to produce a special commemorative beer. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (06.07.23): Glideslope Intercept Altitude
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:12:02PM EST
Glideslope Intercept Altitude The published minimum altitude to intercept the glideslope in the intermediate segment of an instrument approach. Government charts use the lightning bolt symbol to identify this intercept point. This intersection is called the Precise Final Approach fix (PFAF). ATC directs a higher altitude, the resultant intercept becomes the PFAF.

Airborne 06.05.23: Starliner Delay-Again, RAF Discrimination, Bill Barber Award
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:11:58PM EST
Also: AAL Parks Jets, Boeing Owns Wisk, AEA 1Q/23, CubCrafters Stock Increase Boeing is standing down from a planned 21 July launch of its Starliner. Boeing vice-president Mark Nappi stated Boeing personnel had spent the holiday investigating issues and elected to delay the test-flight which would have seen NASA astronauts Suni Williams and Butch Wilmore conveyed to the ISS. A series of emails reportedly written by RAF pilot selection board members has graphically instantiated the service’s worrying and worsening proclivity to prioritize inclusivity over excellence. Written between 2020 and 2021 and leaked to a legacy Commonwealth news outlet, subject emails illustrate a purposeful and concerted push to systematically exclude White male recruits from and fast-track women and minorities into pilot positions. Nathan K. Hammond has been named as the next recipient of 2023’s Bill Barber Award for Showmanship. Among the airshow industry’s most prestigious honors, the Barber Award recognizes excellence in airmanship, airshow performance, and panache. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

Airborne 06.07.23: Stunning P-47D Reborn, Jet It Relief, APA v ALPA
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:11:54PM EST
Also: iPad Mini Kneeboard, B-29 Doc Tour, AT-6D to WASP Museum, Bushliner Powerplants The Dakota Territory Air Museum’s Republic P-47D Thunderbolt—following a painstaking eight-year restoration—took flight for the first time in 79-years. Resurrected to its wartime glory by a dedicated team at AirCorps Aviation, the iconic World War II fighter took to the skies, showcasing the passion, commitment, sharp minds, skilled hands, and intrepid souls of those who took part in the machine’s restoration. Honda Aircraft has compiled a support team tasked with assisting fractional owners of HondaJets previously managed by Jet It, the North Carolina-based charter and fractional ownership concern that, on 26 May 2023, set forth its intention to shutter the entirety of its flight operations. The Allied Pilots Association (APA), the labor union by which American Airlines pilots are represented, has rejected a merger with the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), which represents more than 74,000 pilots at forty U.S. and Canadian airlines. The APA’s decision was predicated primarily upon a consensus that merging with ALPA would provide insufficient benefit vis-à-vis the liabilities inherent forfeiture of the collective, independent voice of APA’s membership. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

Airborne-NextGen 06.06.23: Boeing Buys Wisk, Autel Robotics, FAA Drone Symposium
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:11:49PM EST
Also: NW-230 Heavy-Fuel UAV Engine, 28th ISS Resupply Mission, Ameriflight, Boeing’s Starliner Delayed... Again Boeing has acquired full ownership of Wisk Aero, the California-based, Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) joint-venture undertaken by Boeing and Kitty Hawk Corporation. Kitty Hawk’s sale of its stake in Wisk follows the company’s 2022 decision to abandon work on its aviation and aerospace ventures and gradually shutter its operations in their entirety. Autel Robotics is making ready to showcase its wares at the upcoming 7th Annual Energy Drone & Robotics Summit. The event will see Autel debut Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) the likes of its transportation and delivery optimized Titan model, and a new Enterprise series drone dubbed the Autel Alpha. The FAA’s Eighth Annual Drone Symposium and inaugural AAM Summit will be held at Maryland’s Baltimore Convention Center. The Drone Symposium will span the entirety of Tuesday, 01 August as well as the morning of Wednesday, 02 August 2023. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-NextGen!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (06.07.23)
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:11:41PM EST
Aero Linx: Ercoupe Owners Club We fly an airplane that was the peak of pre-World War II development. It took more than a decade and a half before the features of the Ercoupe were the norm in civil aviation. Yet the industry finally followed. The members of the Ercoupe Owners Club provide each other mutual support as we keep these classic aircraft in the air. Along the way, we've found that Coupe people are a little bit special, themselves. Please browse our site and enjoy.

ANN FAQ (Updated): You Can Sponsor ANN And/Or Aero-TV!
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:11:37PM EST
Help ANN Grow So That We Can Be Of Greater Service To You! For over 25 years, ANN has set the pace for the growing and evolving aero-info revolution. No other news service has done what ANN has done... and no one did it before Aero-News showed the rest of the aero-world how it's done. But.... we're embarking on the most aggressive programs and efforts we have EVER undertaken... so new sponsors to help us meet our lofty goals are more welcome than ever before. We hope that's you... or a company that you do business with... and that you'll see fit to speak up for and advocate ANN's value to the aviation world, in no uncertain terms. ANN has produced some 500,000 individual stories for publication online since it's full-time inception in 1996 (though aspects of this program actually date back to 1993). As online technologies developed, ANN stayed on the cutting edge of online news delivery and LED the entire industry, day by day, year by year.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (06.07.23)
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:11:33PM EST
“We understand the challenges faced by fractional owners who have been impacted by the suspension of their aircraft management after being released from contract by Jet It, and are now seeking alternative arrangements. Consistent with our dedication to customer satisfaction, we have developed and established this assistance plan for those HondaJet owners in need of additional support during this transition period.” Source: From a statement made by Honda Aircraft Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) and vice-president of customer service Amod Kelkar, dealing with some of the controversies initiated by the Jet It shutdown.

The SportPlane Resource Guide RETURNS!!!!
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:11:29PM EST
Emphasis On Growing The Future of Aviation Through Concentration on 'AFFORDABLE FLYERS'It's been a number of years since the Latest Edition of Jim Campbell's HUGE SportPlane Resource Guide first saw the light of day. That massive 1100 page book last featured over 800 exciting sport aircraft from all over the SportPlane universe... at a time when the SportPlane industry was still a healthy, thriving enterprise (those were the days...). While there has been some consideration, off and on, toward updating the nearly 5 pound book, the near implosion of the SportPlane and kit industry over the last decade has made such a pursuit an unwieldy one... until now.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (06.08.23)
Thu, Jun 08,2023 09:11:21PM EST
Aero-Linx: Porterfield Airplane Club The American Eagle Aircraft Corporation was started in 1925 by Ed Porterfield for the express purpose of providing a safe training aircraft for the fledgling Porterfield Flying School. Porterfield felt that a safer, better performing trainer was badly needed to replace the existing "Jennys"and Lincoln "Standards"being used in his flight school. In April 1926, the American Eagle, Model A-1, first flew from Richards Field in Kansas City, Missouri...

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