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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.24.24): Hold For Release
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:56PM EST
Hold For Release Used by ATC to delay an aircraft for traffic management reasons; i.e., weather, traffic volume, etc. Hold for release instructions (including departure delay information) are used to inform a pilot or a controller (either directly or through an authorized relay) that an IFR departure clearance is not valid until a release time or additional instructions have been received.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (02.24.24)
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:54PM EST
"By continuing to align our drone operations with our commercial aircraft and helicopter operations, we are building confidence with global regulators. This has allowed Volatus to obtain numerous special approvals for operations requiring Beyond Visual Line of Sight flights, higher altitude flights, and heavier aircraft operations not currently covered by today's regulations both in Canada and the United States. Each authority allows us to increase our service offering and generate greater revenues using advanced drone technology."Source: Glen Lynch, CEO of Volatus, chatting about having been given authorization from the FAA to use uncrewed drones above 55 pounds for agricultural operations, even beyond visual sightlines.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.25.24): LAHSO
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:51PM EST
LAHSO An acronym for “Land and Hold Short Operation.” These operations include landing and holding short of an intersecting runway, a taxiway, a predetermined point, or an approach/departure flightpath.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (02.25.24)
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:49PM EST
Aero Linx: Brigade Air Mission Aviation Adventure Camps Brigade Air has developed strategic partnerships with organizations and schools such as Wycliffe/JAARS, Moody Aviation and Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF). This vital support enables us to introduce teenagers to aviation, inform them about training requirements , and inspire them to consider mission aviation as a life path. Read one camper’s story our site. After camp, she trained, then returned as a volunteer pilot in 2019.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (02.25.24)
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:46PM EST
“Today’s announcement by the IRS amounts to nothing more than an audit in search of a problem, and an attempt to broadly paint with a negative brush the thousands of U.S. companies of all sizes that rely on business aircraft to effectively compete in a global marketplace... It is difficult to understand why the agency is suggesting that these companies — some of the most respected, well-managed businesses in the world — are not in compliance with applicable tax laws... For decades, studies have shown that companies utilizing business aircraft to successfully address some portion of their transportation challenges consistently outperform comparable companies without the asset.” Source: NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen, commenting on the questionable IRS announcement that they will be targeting BizAv in the future.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (02.26.24)
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:43PM EST
"We have heard that directly from the source. BPPP instructors tell us they fly an average of 11 directly-scheduled training events in ABS-type airplanes for every one ABS/ASF-managed flight. ABS Members use our website overwhelmingly to seek out highly qualified instructors for flight training, and we will continue to support this need by training and identifying more instructors to give you even more training options. BPPP training materials and syllabi will be available to all ABS Members and flight instructors on a new Flight Training Resources web page. Making good information available to pilots and instructors will not change."Source: From a portion of the statements made by the American Bonanza Society as they changed their training programs.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (02.26.24)
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:39PM EST
Aero Linx: Pilots N Paws Pilots N Paws is a non-profit organization that thrives off the generous donations from people like you! Every donation counts and helps us save the lives of innocent animals.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.26.24): Landing Minimums
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:37PM EST
Landing Minimums The minimum visibility prescribed for landing a civil aircraft while using an instrument approach procedure. The minimum applies with other limitations set forth in 14 CFR Part 91 with respect to the Minimum Descent Altitude (MDA) or Decision Height (DH) prescribed in the instrument approach procedures as follows: (Note: Descent below the MDA or DH must meet the conditions stated in 14 CFR Section 91.175.) 1) Straight-in landing minimums. A statement of MDA and visibility, or DH and visibility, required for a straight-in landing on a specified runway, or 2) Circling minimums. A statement of MDA and visibility required for the circle-to-land maneuver.

Airborne 02.22.24: Set Jet Kaput, Eclipse Chase, Defending GA-Again
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:34PM EST
Also: Lakewood Airport v SportAv Haters, UTI-Miramar A&P Program, AERO Friedrichshafen, SnF 24 Update Set Jet, a private jet operator hoping to carve out a niche offering by-the-seat charter flights, has quietly folded up shop and closed down after running out of investor money. For the firm's almost 3,000-strong membership base, the news is bad all around, according to an apologetic but disappointing email. Set Jet's operations are completely closed. Delta Air Lines will be offering passengers a chance to view the upcoming solar eclipse from the air, using an Airbus A220-300 with "premium viewing, extra-large windows"to follow the path of the eclipse at its peak. Delta Flight DL 1218 will take off from Austin, Texas at 12:15 Central, and land in Detroit, Michigan at 16:20 Eastern, following a track that will provide them with the greatest exposure to the eclipse. A group of GA-related stakeholders addressed proposed Senate regulations that would have "significant and insurmountable"impacts on small operators around the country. The group includes a wide variety of big industry names related to general aviation, parachuting, and warbird operations, each throwing their weight behind a letter urging lawmakers to reconsider regs surrounding parachute use and air tours. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

Airborne 02.23.24: GA Sales UP, IRS v BizAv, Twin Otter Ferry Suit
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:29PM EST
Also: Air Canada ChatBot, USPA Seeks Action, JetBlue Pilots, G700 Records The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) showed that business is doing all right, with all aircraft segments seeing a modest 3.6% increase in shipments over 2022. Overall, the biggest winners were surprisingly piston aircraft, at an 11.8% increase over 2022 shipments. The runners-up were turbine helicopters and turboprop fixed-wing aircraft, training at 10.4% and 9.6% increases respectively. The IRS will begin ramping up scrutiny on the use of corporate jets for flight departments around the country, hammering those who allegedly use their official corporate aircraft for decidedly non-corporate travel -- no matter what additional damage may result. A widow of one deceased pilot aboard Google co-founder Sergey Brin's DHC-6 Twin Otter has sued, citing his co-owners'approval for an allegedly improperly installed auxiliary fuel system. The suit describes a series of events wherein the short-legged Twin Otter hampered plans to fly the float-equipped plane all the way to Fiji, where Brin and co-owners wanted to station it for a time. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.27.24): Air Traffic Service (ATS) Routes
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:23PM EST
Air Traffic Service (ATS) Routes The term “ATS Route” is a generic term that includes “VOR Federal airways,” “colored Federal airways,” “jet routes,” and “RNAV routes.” The term “ATS route” does not replace these more familiar route names, but serves only as an overall title when listing the types of routes that comprise the United States route structure.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (02.27.24)
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:20PM EST
Aero Linx: The Society of United States Naval Flight Surgeons (SUSNFS) The Society of United States Naval Flight Surgeons (SUSNFS) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1976 by CAPT Frank H. Austin, Jr. Its mission is to advance the science, art, and practice of aerospace medicine and the mission of the United States Navy and Marine Corps; to foster professional development in its members and strengthen fraternal ties; and to elevate the professional standing of Naval Flight Surgeons and other aerospace medicine practitioners. Membership in the Society is open to all Aeromedical Officer graduates of the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute in Pensacola, Florida.

Airborne 02.20.24: Uncle Sam v Drone Pilot, SnF NOTAM, Able Flight!
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:17PM EST
Also: Intuitive Machines Moonbound, Ansett Av Scholarships, Airbus 2023 Report, Armchair Airshow A US Atty, Jacqueline C. Romero, is hitting the media with the announcement that she has filed a complaint in US District Court against Michael DiCiurcio of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In this complaint, the United States alleges that DiCiurcio operated drones, 'unlawfully and unsafely in the Philadelphia area between at least December 2019 to the present. The FAA has published the notice and preflight info for this year's Sun 'n Fun Aerospace Expo, getting aviators ready for a jaunt down to Lakeland, Florida. The notice establishes arrival and departure procedures from April 8th to the 14th. Able Flight has seen its "greatest number of flight training scholarships for people with a disability in a single year,"seeing 10 new recipients enter the training pipeline as the group heads into 2024. The Class of 2024 will now be on their way to one of Able Flight's 2 training locations for a 2-month training program. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (02.27.24)
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:13PM EST
“The Greater Houston area is experiencing some of the highest population growth in the country, which calls for new and efficient ways to move across the region. Sugar Land’s strategic location within the Greater Houston region, and its forward-thinking city leadership, make it an ideal partner for us and one that is uniquely positioned as an early leader in the launch of air taxi services. We look forward to working with Sugar Land, local ecosystem stakeholders, and the FAA on both ground and air infrastructure, as we bring autonomous air taxi services to the Greater Houston region.” Source: Wisk CEO Brian Yutko, commenting on Wisk Aero having entered into a partnership with the City of Sugar Land, Texas, to bring their electric, 12-engine VTOL aircraft to taxi service in the area.

Airborne-NextGen 02.21.24: Pyka, Drone Racers @ World Games, US v Drone Pilot
Wed, Feb 28,2024 08:23:10PM EST
Also: Intuitive Machines, Another UAV-Related NPRM, Drone Soccer Tourney, UltraViolet EXplorer Mission Flight operations personnel from Pyka and AFWERX gathered on the tarmac at New Braunfels National Airport to witness the arrival of Pyka's Pelican Cargo, a large-scale autonomous electric cargo aircraft with a 400-pound payload capacity and 200-mile range, built for remote off-airport operations. The FAI has confirmed that Drone Racing is to be a feature at The World Games 2025 in Chengdu, China. Following the successful debut of the drone racing competition at the 2022 Games in Birmingham, USA, this novel air sport is set to captivate audiences once again at The World Games, which runs from 7 to 17 August 2025. A US Atty, Jacqueline C. Romero, is hitting the media with the announcement that she has filed a complaint in US District Court against Michael DiCiurcio of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In this complaint, the United States alleges that DiCiurcio operated drones, 'unlawfully and unsafely in the Philadelphia area between at least December 2019 to the present. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-NextGen!!!

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