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Airborne 08.26.16: Citation Longitude Update, Falcon 9 Display, N Shore Heli Rte
Fri, Aug 26,2016 11:15:37PM EST
Also: Aerosim Scholarship, Santa Monica Nonsense, Marine One, UAV Developer Kit, FAA Penalty, F-35 Weapons Test, Coastal Helicopters The Cessna Citation Longitude moves closer to its first flight as initial ground engine tests on its Honeywell HTF7700L turbofan engines have been completed. This paves the way for the prototype aircraft to take its first flight in the coming weeks. The engine tests verified the functionality of the engine start, fuel system and auto-throttle as well as interfaces with the avionics, electrical and hydraulic systems. Elon Musk has made good on his promise to memorialize the first recovery of a Falcon 9 booster by having the rocket placed on permanent display outside the company's California headquarters. The booster was placed upright outside the building over the weekend. The booster was recovered at Cape Canaveral on December 21, 2015, after delivering 11 satellites to orbit. It was the first time a booster had been recovered after an orbital insertion mission. The FAA has extended the life of the controversial north shore helicopter corridor by four years, according to a final rule posted in the Federal Register. The final rule extends through August 6, 2020 the requirement for pilots of civil helicopters to use the North Shore Helicopter Route when transiting along the north shore of Long Island. The FAA expects that four years will be sufficient time to consider results of the described research efforts in determining appropriate future actions on the rule. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 08.25.16: Airlander 10 Accident, M500 EASA Cert, Flying Car Frenzy
Fri, Aug 26,2016 11:09:02PM EST
Also: Veterans Against Airshows, Redbird Migration 2016, Rocket Debris, Charles Taylor Award, Wayward Satellite, Norfolk International, Hawaiian Airlines It was only last week that we reported about the first flight of the Airlander-10 Hybrid Air Vehicle. Now, we’re sorry to say that we must report that the supersized airship suffered a mishap on its second test flight. In a statement posted on its website, Hybrid Air Vehicles said that the aircraft undertook its second test flight on Wednesday and flew for 100 minutes, completing all the planned tasks before returning to Cardington to land. According to the statement from the company, the Airlander experienced a heavy, nose first, landing and the front of the flight deck has sustained some damage which is currently being assessed. Both pilots and the ground crew are reported to be safe and well, and the aircraft is secured and stable at its normal mooring location. The European Aviation Safety Agency has certified Piper's M500, clearing the way for the aircraft to enter into service on the European registry. Piper says the five-place M500 features the latest advances in Garmin G1000 technology, with safety features unique to this class of aircraft. These features include Electronic Stability Protection, Underspeed Protection, Coupled Go-Round, Synthetic Vision Technology, and Automatic Level Mode.According to a report, the glamour and allure of seeing the world's first flying car being delivered to a client is garnering a lot of attention, and it’s said that Google is seeing over 135,000 monthly searches for the term "Flying Car"in North America alone. That is why CEO of PAL-V, Robert Dingemanse says he is so excited that a magazine recently selected PAL-V as the most likely company to deliver a real flying car. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 08.26.16: Citation Longitude Update, Falcon 9 Display, N Shore Heli Rte
Fri, Aug 26,2016 11:08:48PM EST
Also: Aerosim Scholarship, Santa Monica Nonsense, Marine One, UAV Developer Kit, FAA Penalty, F-35 Weapons Test, Coastal Helicopters The Cessna Citation Longitude moves closer to its first flight as initial ground engine tests on its Honeywell HTF7700L turbofan engines have been completed. This paves the way for the prototype aircraft to take its first flight in the coming weeks. The engine tests verified the functionality of the engine start, fuel system and auto-throttle as well as interfaces with the avionics, electrical and hydraulic systems. Elon Musk has made good on his promise to memorialize the first recovery of a Falcon 9 booster by having the rocket placed on permanent display outside the company's California headquarters. The booster was placed upright outside the building over the weekend. The booster was recovered at Cape Canaveral on December 21, 2015, after delivering 11 satellites to orbit. It was the first time a booster had been recovered after an orbital insertion mission. The FAA has extended the life of the controversial north shore helicopter corridor by four years, according to a final rule posted in the Federal Register. The final rule extends through August 6, 2020 the requirement for pilots of civil helicopters to use the North Shore Helicopter Route when transiting along the north shore of Long Island. The FAA expects that four years will be sufficient time to consider results of the described research efforts in determining appropriate future actions on the rule. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Prince Harry Helps Thwart Elephant Poachers In Africa
Fri, Aug 26,2016 12:53:06PM EST
Flies Helicopters Over Liwonde National Park As A Spotter Prince Harry has traded his military uniform for a civilian flight suit, and most recently is assisting in an effort to thwart elephant poachers in Africa.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (08.27.16)
Fri, Aug 26,2016 12:52:37PM EST
Experimental Soaring Association Formerly known as the Sailplane Homebuilders Association, the ESA is a national source for information regarding the design, building and flying of advanced and homebuilt sailplanes.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (08.27.16): Practice Instrument Approach
Fri, Aug 26,2016 12:52:06PM EST
An instrument approach procedure conducted by a VFR or an IFR aircraft for the purpose of pilot training or proficiency demonstrations.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (08.27.16)
Fri, Aug 26,2016 12:51:25PM EST
"If we can't fly, we'll drive."Source: Gulf Coast Aviation pilot Matthew Cahn.

ANN FAQ: What Does The API Mean To You
Fri, Aug 26,2016 12:50:41PM EST
Engaging The Aviation World's Pivotal Organizations, Interests And Viewpoints The Airborne Partnership Initiative, we call it the API, is a plan developed by ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, to build a synergistic, industry-wide, aviation/aerospace news program. Our aim is to grow this program to include a significant portion, if not a majority, of the aviation world’s pivotal organizations, interests, and viewpoints.

Aerospace Industry Brings Economic, Educational Opportunity To Colorado
Fri, Aug 26,2016 12:50:36PM EST
Several Stops Planned Across The State Next Week The Colorado Space Business Roundtable (CSBR) is conducting an Aerospace Business Development Road Trip across western Colorado. CSBR is traveling to four communities to share how the aerospace industry benefits every community in Colorado.

China Airlines'First A350 XWB Ready For More Ground And Flight Tests
Fri, Aug 26,2016 12:48:30PM EST
Delivery Scheduled For Fall 2016 The first A350 XWB for China Airlines (CAL) has rolled out from cabin furnishing & engine installation at the Airbus Toulouse Final Assembly Line. The aircraft is now ready to proceed to further ground and flight testing. This first A350-900 for CAL is scheduled for delivery in Q3 2016.

NASA Establishes Contact With STEREO Mission
Fri, Aug 26,2016 12:47:46PM EST
Spacecraft Had Been NORDO For Nearly Two Years ... Seems To Be Fine On Aug. 21, 2016, contact was reestablished with one of NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatories, known as the STEREO-B spacecraft, after communications were lost on Oct. 1, 2014. Over 22 months, the STEREO team has worked to attempt contact with the spacecraft.

Makeshift Airlift Helps Louisiana Flood Victims
Fri, Aug 26,2016 12:46:57PM EST
Gulf Coast Aviation Pilots Fly Supplies To Hard-Hit Areas A group of pilots from Gulf Coast Aviation operating out of New Orleans'Lakefront Airport (KNEW) flew some $300 in emergency supplies to Ryan Airport in Baton Rouge, LA to assist with flood relief efforts.

Plane Lands On Sandbar At Massachusetts'Quabbin Reservoir
Fri, Aug 26,2016 12:46:10PM EST
The Next Day, An Ultralight Helicopter Goes Down In Ashland Reservoir Troopers assigned to the State Police Barracks in Belchertown and the Air Wing, along with FAA and Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) personnel, responded Tuesday to calls of a plane landing inside the Quabbin Reservoir just east of Amherst.

NASA Awards Launch Services Contract For Mars 2020 Rover Mission
Fri, Aug 26,2016 12:45:13PM EST
ULA Will Send The Robot On Its Way To The Red Planet NASA has selected United Launch Services LLC of Centennial, Colorado, to provide launch services for a mission that will address high-priority science goals for the agency’s Journey to Mars.

ANA Cancels Some Dreamliner Flights
Fri, Aug 26,2016 12:44:24PM EST
Reports Problems With Compressor Blades In Rolls-Royce Engines Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) will cancel some of its Dreamliner flights over the next few weeks due to an issue with compressor blades in the Rolls-Royce engines that power the aircraft.

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