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Sun, Nov 23,2014 10:49:26PM EST
Also: Holland Wants Gold, FAA Strangling UAVs?, RAF WWII Trainer For Sale, Bf109s Live, Georgia v Aerospace Engineers The Aircraft Electronics Association has released its third-quarter 2014 Avionics Market Report. In the three-month period of July, through September 2014, total worldwide business and general aviation avionics sales amounted to more than $614 million. The figure represented a 5 percent decrease in sales compared to the third-quarter 2013 amount of more than $646 million. Fantasy of Flight, in Polk City, Florida is going to make tomorrow a special day for World War Two veteran Barney Wasowicz. Wasowicz’s B-26 was shot down over France. Piloting the crippled plane until his crew bailed out, he then hit the silk, was captured by the Germans, and became a prisoner of war for 15 months. The Full Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure held a hearing on Tuesday of this week focused on preparing the next reauthorization of the FAA and the modernization and operation of the U.S. airspace. The hearing was titled “FAA Reauthorization: Issues in Modernizing and Operating the Nation’s Airspace.” All this... and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!
Sun, Nov 23,2014 09:11:34PM EST
“The NASA Student Launch – now in its 15th year – has engaged hundreds of students and educators in real-world scenarios that solve complex engineering challenges. Each team must meet rigorous standards and review processes, just like those applied in the NASA workplace.” Source: Tammy Rowan, manager of the Academic Affairs Office at Marshall, which organizes the NASA Student Launch Challenge.
Sun, Nov 23,2014 09:05:38PM EST
Airborne Communications Are One Of The Strengths Of Business Aviation At NBAA2014 ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, checked in on the world of airborne communication. There was a time in aviation when the expression, “aviate and communicate” had something to do with an emergency situation. Now, when it comes to executive travel in a corporate jet, it means something completely different. Business travelers need to communicate and that’s where Gogo Business Aviation comes into the picture. Jim stopped to talk with Gogo Business Aviation executive vice president and general manager, John Wade, to ask about this high tech business that business travelers don’t want to do without. Wade said that broadband interconnectivity is what business travelers expect and, among other things, that’s what Gogo gives them.
Sat, Nov 22,2014 09:58:41PM EST
"Reaching this stage that we call ATLO is a critical milestone. This is a very satisfying point of the mission as we transition from many teams working on their individual elements to integrating these elements into a functioning system. The subsystems are coming from all over the globe, and the ATLO team works to integrate them into the flight vehicle. We will then move rapidly to rigorous testing when the spacecraft has been assembled, and then to the launch preparations."Source: InSight Project Manager Tom Hoffman at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, California, commenting as NASA's InSight mission begins the assembly, test and launch operations (ATLO) phase of its development, on track for a March 2016 launch to Mars.
Sat, Nov 22,2014 09:56:26PM EST
Reportedly Purchased Through 'Dealers'Despite Embargo An Iranian company has acquired four Robinson R44 helicopters despite international trade sanctions against that country due to their disputed nuclear program.
Sat, Nov 22,2014 09:56:13PM EST
Presents $1,000 Prize To Wounded Warrior Project Barreling to Earth from an airplane thousands of feet up in the air is a feat all on its own. Now, try landing a parachute a quarter the size of a standard chute at speeds approaching 90 mph, add in a pond, a course, and you have a competition.
Sat, Nov 22,2014 09:55:59PM EST
All Aboard Rescued After Six Hours Stranded A pilot and five passengers have been rescued from a remote island in Great Slave Lake in Canada's Northwest Territories after the pilot of the Cessna 208 made a forced landing on the frozen lake.
Sat, Nov 22,2014 09:55:28PM EST
Long-Time President Judy Willey Is Retiring Bill Braack has been named as the new president of the board of directors of the Oregon International Air Show. The appointment follows the retirement of Judy Willey, who had served in the role for 20 years.
Sat, Nov 22,2014 09:55:04PM EST
European Tests Show Feasibility Of UAV Integration In Shared Airspace A series of flight tests demonstrating the feasibility of a UAV being integrated in a shared (manned/unmanned aircraft) airspace, in compliance with European civil aviation regulations and air control procedures, has recently been completed by Safran subsidiary Sagem.
Sat, Nov 22,2014 09:54:45PM EST
Teenager Aspires To Be Among First Manned Crew To Mars Abigail Harrison, 17, has been invited to be behind the scenes at NASA's Kennedy Space Center to provide press coverage and commentary during the upcoming launch of Orion, atop a Delta IV Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's Space Launch Complex on December 4, 2014.
Sat, Nov 22,2014 09:54:05PM EST
Contract For Maintenance Of NH-90 Rotor Blade During the Netherlands Industry for Defense and Security event in Rotterdam - The Netherlands on November 20th 2014, Airborne Services signed an agreement for the maintenance of the NH90 rotor blades with NHIndustries.
Sat, Nov 22,2014 09:53:44PM EST
Will Work With General Dynamics To Remanufacture Four Aircraft Kaman Corp. has entered into a contract with General Dynamics Canada to remanufacture and upgrade four Kaman SH-2G Super Seasprite aircraft and provide support for the operation of a fifth aircraft for the Peruvian Navy. The program value to Kaman is expected to exceed $40 million.
Sat, Nov 22,2014 09:53:22PM EST
Presented Annually For Aerospace Excellence Mr. Dave Caddey and Mr. Ron Holdway have been awarded the James C. Floyd Award by the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada (AIAC) for their exceptional contribution in the development of Canada's space industry. Mr. Caddey and Mr. Holdway were honoured by the aerospace community at a ceremony during the Annual Aerospace Dinner on November 18th in Ottawa. This marks the first time the James C. Floyd Award has been awarded to two individuals at once.
Sat, Nov 22,2014 09:52:50PM EST
Student Launch Challenge Set For April 7-12 NASA has selected eight teams from middle and high schools across the country to participate in the 2014-2015 NASA Student Launch Challenge, April 7-12, organized by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Sat, Nov 22,2014 09:52:34PM EST
PASP Has Acquired Six Bell 407GXs Bell Helicopter has delivered the sixth Bell 407GX to the Pennsylvania (PA) State Police. Announced earlier this year, this marked the 200th purchase agreement made for the Bell 407GX in North America.
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