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AMA Drone Report 12.05.19: Drone Thieves, JetQuad, SkyPixel And DJI
Fri, Dec 06,2019 09:45:58PM EST
Also: Helios Visions, DoJ v Drones, $100,000 AMA Grant, Airborne Drone Programming Upgrades Two thieves broke into Atlanta Hobby Shop in Forsyth, GA on November 30 and made off with about $81,000 in high-end drones, according to the owner of the store. The entire incident only took about four minutes. Atlanta Hobby owner Cliff Whitney said the thieves apparently were familiar with the store. They broke in, went immediately to the light switch, and knew right were to go for the highest-dollar items. The thieves wore concealing clothing, but the entire incident was captured on the store's security cameras. The thieves also stole toys from the "Toys for Tots"box in which the store was collecting donations for Christmas. Fusion Flight has been developing a turbine-powered VTOL drone that it compares to a "scaled-down version of the Harrier Jump-Jet". The AB5 JetQuad is a new type of aircraft, according to the company website. This is not a quadcopter, nor a helicopter, nor an airplane. Four microturbine jet-engines produce a combined 200-Horsepower at full throttle and are all coupled with proprietary Thrust Vectoring Systems. DJI and SkyPixel have announced the annual Aerial Photo & Video Contest celebrating SkyPixel’s 5th anniversary. Running from December 3, 2019 to February 3, 2020, this year’s contest introduces a special “Aerial Story” category to celebrate its 5th year and welcomes submissions from professional photographers, videographers, aerial enthusiasts and content creators around the globe. This year’s SkyPixel Aerial Photo & Video Contest consists of 9 storytelling categories in two formats, one in photography and the other in video. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 12.04.19: Mooney's Back!, Mexican Ramp Checks, Hawker Hunter
Fri, Dec 06,2019 09:45:53PM EST
Also: Sling Pilot Academy, 777X Fuselage Failure, ERAU Safety Science Program, WTO Tariffs Mooney appears to be up and operating again in Kerrville, TX, as cars filled the parking this week following a furlough that lasted about a month. Company rep Devan Burns said that the furlough was lifted and "Mooney has resumed operations in Kerrville. At this time, there are negotiations with an additional investor."Mooney has been located in Kerrville since 1953. But sales have fallen to only about 20 airplanes a year since 2008, and there have been 11 owners and multiple bankruptcies in the company's history. If you're planning a trip to Mexico in your personal airplane or via charter, you may find yourself and your airplane to be the focus of heightened scrutiny. The reorganized Mexican civil aviation authority announced November 19 that it would be conducting ramp checks on every foreign aircraft operating under part 91 or part 135 at every airport in Mexico. The government sent out a directive to local handling agents announcing the change, though it is not clear when the new policy would be fully implemented. In October, the DGAC became the Civil Aviation Federal Agency (AFAC). This announcement of increased ramp checks is one of their first directives. A former RAF pilot who was flying a Hawker Hunter aircraft during the 2015 Shoreham Airshow which went down during a maneuver and impacted a highway has been acquitted by a jury on charges of manslaughter by gross negligence. Andrew Hill had been charged in the deaths of 11 people when his plane went down near the airport. Several others on the ground were injured. Hill was also seriously injured, but survived when he was ejected from the airplane during the accident. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 12.03.19: Elbit MAGNI, NATO Alliance XC, Noodles by Drone
Fri, Dec 06,2019 09:45:45PM EST
Also: Helios Visions, Gray Eagle ER, Urban Traffic Management, Drone Standards MOU Elbit Systems is launching MAGNI, a fully autonomous and robust Multi-Rotor VTOL UAS that is designed to significantly enhance the situational awareness capabilities of mobile forces. Compact and light-weight (5.5 pounds) MAGNI enables rapid deployment and launch (in less than 1 minute) from any combat vehicle transforming it to an effective intelligence gathering platform. The MAGNI system includes a thermal payload, a communications suite (dual S-Band or LTE), an automatic coordinate tracking capability as well as a built-in interface with Battle Management Systems (BMS). Carrying up to 350gr of payloads it offers a range of up to 1.62 nautical miles, a maximum operational altitude of 4000 feet and 30 minutes of endurance. Northrop Grumman has successfully ferried the first of five NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) aircraft, via a non-stop, 22-hour transatlantic flight. The aircraft took off on Wednesday, Nov. 20, from Palmdale, California and landed approximately 22 hours later on Nov. 21 at Sigonella Air Base, Sigonella, Italy. It was only a matter of time... The start of a limited delivery trial in Guangzhou, China, as part of the joint development of a drone cargo service, was announced at XAG headquarters. Formerly known as XAircraft, XAG is an agriculture technology company with pioneering expertise in precision agriculture and remote sensing drones. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

AMA Drone Report 12.05.19: Drone Thieves, JetQuad, SkyPixel And DJI
Fri, Dec 06,2019 09:45:36PM EST
Also: Helios Visions, DoJ v Drones, $100,000 AMA Grant, Airborne Drone Programming Upgrades Two thieves broke into Atlanta Hobby Shop in Forsyth, GA on November 30 and made off with about $81,000 in high-end drones, according to the owner of the store. The entire incident only took about four minutes. Atlanta Hobby owner Cliff Whitney said the thieves apparently were familiar with the store. They broke in, went immediately to the light switch, and knew right were to go for the highest-dollar items. The thieves wore concealing clothing, but the entire incident was captured on the store's security cameras. The thieves also stole toys from the "Toys for Tots"box in which the store was collecting donations for Christmas. Fusion Flight has been developing a turbine-powered VTOL drone that it compares to a "scaled-down version of the Harrier Jump-Jet". The AB5 JetQuad is a new type of aircraft, according to the company website. This is not a quadcopter, nor a helicopter, nor an airplane. Four microturbine jet-engines produce a combined 200-Horsepower at full throttle and are all coupled with proprietary Thrust Vectoring Systems. DJI and SkyPixel have announced the annual Aerial Photo & Video Contest celebrating SkyPixel’s 5th anniversary. Running from December 3, 2019 to February 3, 2020, this year’s contest introduces a special “Aerial Story” category to celebrate its 5th year and welcomes submissions from professional photographers, videographers, aerial enthusiasts and content creators around the globe. This year’s SkyPixel Aerial Photo & Video Contest consists of 9 storytelling categories in two formats, one in photography and the other in video. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 12.06.19: Cora eVTOL, Battle of Britain, B777 Repo
Fri, Dec 06,2019 09:45:11PM EST
Also: Bob Hoover Legacy Foundation, IFR Checkride Webinar, Heli SAFO, DA42 MT-Prop, NORAD Boeing and Kitty Hawk have rebooted their joint eVTOL project, rolling out a new brand for the Cora program. Now known as "Wisk", the new website explains that the recently-established company is a joint venture between The Boeing Company and Kitty Hawk Corporation. The aircraft is still called "Cora". The aircraft features a vertical lift system that includes 12 independent rotors. Each direct drive motor combination has only one moving part: the fan. Flight tests have shown that an issue with one rotor is automatically handled with no discernible change in the flight path. A unique public event on August 18, 2020 will commemorate the 80th anniversary of The Battle of Britain, the first campaign of WWII to be fought entirely in the air. Biggin Hill played a significant role in the battle, which culminated on August 18 ... a day that has since become known to history as "The Hardest Day". On that day, the German Luftwaffe made an all-out effort to destroy the RAF Fighter Command. A Nigerian court has ordered the seizure of an Emirates Boeing 777 to settle a decade-long dispute over a plane ticket. The airline reportedly owes 8.1 million Nigerian Naira ... or about $22,400 ... to Nigerian citizen Miss Promise Mekwunye over a disputed ticket. Mekwunye purchased a ticket for travel in December, 2007 from Dallas to Lagos and back. She says the $2,067 ticket was confirmed more than three times. But when she showed up at the gate, she was denied boarding with no other explanation than the ticket was cancelled. Emirates offered no compensation or other arrangements for her travel. Mekwunye got help from her father on a different airline using a longer route for $3,200. But there was no refund from Emirates. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 12.06.19: Cora eVTOL, Battle of Britain, B777 Repo
Fri, Dec 06,2019 09:44:44PM EST
Also: Bob Hoover Legacy Foundation, IFR Checkride Webinar, Heli SAFO, DA42 MT-Prop, NORAD Boeing and Kitty Hawk have rebooted their joint eVTOL project, rolling out a new brand for the Cora program. Now known as "Wisk", the new website explains that the recently-established company is a joint venture between The Boeing Company and Kitty Hawk Corporation. The aircraft is still called "Cora". The aircraft features a vertical lift system that includes 12 independent rotors. Each direct drive motor combination has only one moving part: the fan. Flight tests have shown that an issue with one rotor is automatically handled with no discernible change in the flight path. A unique public event on August 18, 2020 will commemorate the 80th anniversary of The Battle of Britain, the first campaign of WWII to be fought entirely in the air. Biggin Hill played a significant role in the battle, which culminated on August 18 ... a day that has since become known to history as "The Hardest Day". On that day, the German Luftwaffe made an all-out effort to destroy the RAF Fighter Command. A Nigerian court has ordered the seizure of an Emirates Boeing 777 to settle a decade-long dispute over a plane ticket. The airline reportedly owes 8.1 million Nigerian Naira ... or about $22,400 ... to Nigerian citizen Miss Promise Mekwunye over a disputed ticket. Mekwunye purchased a ticket for travel in December, 2007 from Dallas to Lagos and back. She says the $2,067 ticket was confirmed more than three times. But when she showed up at the gate, she was denied boarding with no other explanation than the ticket was cancelled. Emirates offered no compensation or other arrangements for her travel. Mekwunye got help from her father on a different airline using a longer route for $3,200. But there was no refund from Emirates. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Three Killed In Shooting At Pensacola NAS
Fri, Dec 06,2019 02:07:18PM EST
Gunman Identified As An Aviation Student From Saudi Arabia A shooting at a classroom at the Pensacola Naval Air Station this morning left three people and the gunman dead.

Bob Hoover Legacy Foundation on Display at Int’l Council of AirShows Convention
Thu, Dec 05,2019 08:31:51PM EST
Hoover Foundation Located at Booth #441 at ICAS19 Bob Hoover loved all things aviation, but he held a special affection for the airshow community and the immensely talented people that produced, staffed, and flew those shows. And… the airshow community loved him back just as much – and misses him greatly to this very day. With that in mind, the Bob Hoover Legacy Foundation is pleased to note that it will be traveling to the annual International Council of Airshows convention in Las Vegas, NV, this December 9-12, 2019. The Bob Hoover Legacy Foundation will be participating in the upcoming ICAS event, with their new tradeshow display, as an exhibitor, seeking partnerships and support from the community that serves as prominent aero-ambassadors to the rest of the world.

Airborne 12.04.19: Mooney's Back!, Mexican Ramp Checks, Hawker Hunter
Thu, Dec 05,2019 08:30:03PM EST
Also: Sling Pilot Academy, 777X Fuselage Failure, ERAU Safety Science Program, WTO Tariffs Mooney appears to be up and operating again in Kerrville, TX, as cars filled the parking this week following a furlough that lasted about a month. Company rep Devan Burns said that the furlough was lifted and "Mooney has resumed operations in Kerrville. At this time, there are negotiations with an additional investor."Mooney has been located in Kerrville since 1953. But sales have fallen to only about 20 airplanes a year since 2008, and there have been 11 owners and multiple bankruptcies in the company's history. If you're planning a trip to Mexico in your personal airplane or via charter, you may find yourself and your airplane to be the focus of heightened scrutiny. The reorganized Mexican civil aviation authority announced November 19 that it would be conducting ramp checks on every foreign aircraft operating under part 91 or part 135 at every airport in Mexico. The government sent out a directive to local handling agents announcing the change, though it is not clear when the new policy would be fully implemented. In October, the DGAC became the Civil Aviation Federal Agency (AFAC). This announcement of increased ramp checks is one of their first directives. A former RAF pilot who was flying a Hawker Hunter aircraft during the 2015 Shoreham Airshow which went down during a maneuver and impacted a highway has been acquitted by a jury on charges of manslaughter by gross negligence. Andrew Hill had been charged in the deaths of 11 people when his plane went down near the airport. Several others on the ground were injured. Hill was also seriously injured, but survived when he was ejected from the airplane during the accident. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 12.02.19: EAA v 'BeerVenture', DC Lockdown, S-64 Air Crane
Thu, Dec 05,2019 08:29:27PM EST
Also: Flight Design SB, Airport v Rabbits?, WAI’s 31st Conference, ICAO Council Leadership If you've been to AirVenture, you've probably noticed the party tent near the entrance advertising cold beer and servers in bikinis. The "Beer Venture"business has been something of a thorn in the side of EAA, which has been in discussions with brothers Carl, Dean and Steven Sosnoski. Those escalated when EAA filed a lawsuit claiming trademark infringement, unfair competition, trademark dilution and trademark counterfeiting. EAA’s Dick Knapinski said the talks have been "rather amicable", and that "the filing is a legal step to make sure (the discussion) stays on track, so it doesn't drop through the cracks. We fully expect to have a settlement."Of course, GA took the initial blame for this one but further investigation seems to indicate that media reports on this issue... were premature... again. The White House and the Capitol were placed on "Restrictive Access"for a short time last week when a mysterious "blob"was seen on radar at the Capitol Police Command Center. Media reported that a suspected aircraft was seen just south of the National Mall, and military aircraft were scrambled to respond to the potential threat. Erickson has delivered a massive K7 S-64 Air Crane helicopter to the Korean Forest Service (KFS) -- and it was no small effort to transport this rotary winged behemoth to the other side of the world. On Friday, November 22nd, the K7 aircraft was loaded onto an equally massive Antonov An-124 out of Medford, Oregon, Erickson's manufacturing facility. The S-64 was placed in S Korea since it was considered one of the best firefighting aircraft available. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 12.02.19: EAA v 'BeerVenture', DC Lockdown, S-64 Air Crane
Thu, Dec 05,2019 08:29:24PM EST
Also: Flight Design SB, Airport v Rabbits?, WAI’s 31st Conference, ICAO Council Leadership If you've been to AirVenture, you've probably noticed the party tent near the entrance advertising cold beer and servers in bikinis. The "Beer Venture"business has been something of a thorn in the side of EAA, which has been in discussions with brothers Carl, Dean and Steven Sosnoski. Those escalated when EAA filed a lawsuit claiming trademark infringement, unfair competition, trademark dilution and trademark counterfeiting. EAA’s Dick Knapinski said the talks have been "rather amicable", and that "the filing is a legal step to make sure (the discussion) stays on track, so it doesn't drop through the cracks. We fully expect to have a settlement."Of course, GA took the initial blame for this one but further investigation seems to indicate that media reports on this issue... were premature... again. The White House and the Capitol were placed on "Restrictive Access"for a short time last week when a mysterious "blob"was seen on radar at the Capitol Police Command Center. Media reported that a suspected aircraft was seen just south of the National Mall, and military aircraft were scrambled to respond to the potential threat. Erickson has delivered a massive K7 S-64 Air Crane helicopter to the Korean Forest Service (KFS) -- and it was no small effort to transport this rotarywinged behemoth to the other side of the world. On Friday, November 22nd, the K7 aircraft was loaded onto an equally massive Antonov An-124 out of Medford, Oregon, Erickson's manufacturing facility. The S-64 was placed in S Korea since it was considered one of the best firefighting aircraft available. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

PACE Building Up Capacity, Curriculum At Air University
Thu, Dec 05,2019 02:58:26PM EST
Enables Units Across The Air Force To Cultivate An Environment Of Excellence The Profession of Arms Center of Excellence continues to integrate its mission and personnel into Air University. PACE moved from Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, in July 2019, realigning under AU’s Ira C. Eaker Center for Leadership Development at Maxwell Air Force Base.

Flightdocs Opens New Office In Toronto, Canada
Thu, Dec 05,2019 02:56:12PM EST
Will All Better Service For General And Business Aviation Operators Flightdocs, a provider of maintenance tracking, flight operations, and inventory management software solutions for flight departments around the world, is expanding its international footprint with the opening of a permanent office in Toronto, Canada. "This expansion supports the Flightdocs'strategic growth plan allowing for the strengthening of current customer relationships as well as expanding our global sales support coverage,"said Rick Heine, CEO and Chairman.

United Airlines Announces Leadership Transition
Thu, Dec 05,2019 02:52:34PM EST
Oscar Munoz, CEO, To Become Executive Chairman Of The Board Of Directors United Airlines today announced that Oscar Munoz, Chief Executive Officer, will transition to the role of Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of United Airlines Holdings, Inc. in May 2020. As CEO, Munoz has transformed United's culture and set new standards of operational and financial performance. J. Scott Kirby, president, will succeed Munoz as Chief Executive Officer.

The World’s First ISO Approved Drone Safety Standards Announced
Thu, Dec 05,2019 02:49:34PM EST
Follows A 12-Month Period Of Consultation With Stakeholders The world’s first ISO approved drone standards have been announced by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) following a 12-month period of consultation with drone professionals, academics, businesses and the general public.

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