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Airborne-Flight Training 04.08.20: Piedmont-Pipistrel, Machado eCourse, Bristell
Wed, Apr 08,2020 09:32:47PM EST
Also: King Schools, FAA Eases Medical Renewal, SAFE CFI-PRO, FSANA Urges Flight Schools To Follow CDC, NAFI Seeks Relief North Carolina's Piedmont flight training has taken delivery of the first five Pipistrel Alpha Trainers for an aggressive upgrade of their flight training operations. With a pilot shortage at a historic high, Piedmont Flight Training is fulfilling the need to attract and train future aviators with exceptional instruction and outstanding aircraft. And, the Pipistrel is the perfect aircraft with its cutting-edge technology. Just because you may be sheltering at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, you can still sharpen your flying skills. To help, Rod Machado is offering an eLearning course "The Art of Takeoffs And Landings"... a series of videos lasting just under 8 hours. "Every flight starts with a takeoff and ends with a landing, yet many pilots lack the fundamentals to do them consistently because they weren’t properly taught, or they haven’t practiced enough to be proficient,"Machado said in his news release. Experts from the financial world think that when the virus threat diminishes, we’re going to experience a strong recovery in a number of industries,,, aviation amongst them. So... we’ll still need motivated student pilots willing to spend serious money and time to get certified and (eventually) put to work. The Sebring Flight Academy, using Bristell flight training aircraft, has come up with a brilliant plan to get students pilots to a point of being working pilots in near record time and at a greatly reduced cost. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 04.03.20: EAA-Sportys, AUS Suspends UAV Reg, A/C Registry Probs
Wed, Apr 08,2020 08:49:15PM EST
Also: Raytheon-United Tech Merger, Aviation Database NPRM, Air Force Academy Tragedy, Crew Dragon Mockup Jettisoned Another milestone was reached by EAA this month, as a total of 75,000 Young Eagles have now taken the next step in their aviation journeys by enrolling in Sporty’s Learn to Fly Course after their EAA Young Eagles flights. The online Sporty’s course is available free to all of the more than 2.2 million EAA Young Eagles as a follow-up to their initial introductory flight by volunteer EAA-member pilots. The course is a comprehensive online ground school, test prep, and flight training companion that provides all the knowledge and concepts to pass the FAA Private Pilot written test, oral exam, and checkride. The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) of Australia has announced a number of measures to alleviate pressure on Australian RPA operators while ensuring the ongoing safety of aviation. COVID-19 is expected to continue to disrupt business and operations for some time, so we are putting in place further measures to assist the RPAS industry. Drone registration for commercial operators and excluded category operators was scheduled to commence on 1 April 2020 in line with legislation that was passed in July 2019. The U.S. aircraft registry, managed by the FAA, maintains information on approximately 300,000 civil aircraft. The FAA issues aircraft registration to individuals and entities that meet eligibility requirements, such as U.S. citizenship or permanent legal residence. Registry fraud and abuse hinders the ability of law-enforcement and safety officials to use the registry to identify aircraft and their owners who might be involved in illicit or unsafe operations. GAO was asked to examine registry fraud and abuse. In its report, the GAO assesses FAA’s actions to (1) prevent, (2) detect, and (3) respond to fraud and abuse risks in aircraft registrations. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 04.06.20: First FlightDesign F2, Stratolaunch Tests, Pipistrel
Wed, Apr 08,2020 08:48:35PM EST
Also: ERAU Free Online Courses, Orion Passes Tests, Boeing Shuts Philly, A320 Production After rerouting from the cancelled Sun N’ Fun airshow, the very first F2-LSA has arrived at Flight Design USA headquarters in Connecticut. The F2 has completed ASTM and US LSA compliance testing, and serial production has started. The next F2’s are expected to arrive in the US by June 2020. F2 CS-23 and the F2 UL for Europe are expected to be certified by October 2020. The F2 series represents a next-generation effort for Flight Design as it expands its light aircraft offerings. F2 is an EASA CS-23 certified aircraft with an MTOW of 650 kg, or if flown as an SLSA or Ultralight -- 600 kg MTOW. Stratolaunch, a company that was founded by the late Paul Allen, is shifting its focus to hypersonic test beds carried aloft by its purpose-built aircraft. The Stratolaunch aircraft had originally been built for horizontal-launch satellite missions, carrying a rocket to altitude which would then boost its payload into orbit. But the company was sold last year after Allen's death in 2018, and it has now relaunched with an updated website explaining its new mission. Pipistrel is a project partner in the ARTEM project (Aircraft noise Reduction Technologies and related Environmental iMpact) that aims at the maturing of promising novel concepts and methods which are directly coupled to new low noise and disruptive 2035 and 2050 aircraft configurations. Last week, members of Pipistrel Vertical Solutions (PVS) research have just returned from a week long wind tunnel testing in INCAS, Bucharest. The team was performing tests on a composite design model wing with modular attachment points for different Distributed Electrical Propulsion (DEP) configurations, designed and built by PVS within the ARTEM European project. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

AMA Drone Report 03.26.20: Remote ID RFI, UAV Dodgeball, UAS Reg Extended
Wed, Apr 08,2020 08:48:28PM EST
Also: Mars Rover Takes Selfie, AMA Working Remotely, Drones Save Koalas, ANN's Infamous April 1st Edition The FAA has posted a Request for Information (RFI) seeking input from the manned aviation community regarding whether and/or how they can potentially receive and use UAS remote ID information to further enhance safety, by reducing collision risks at lower altitudes. The FAA says the posting is not an RFP. Drones can do many things, but avoiding obstacles is not their strongest suit yet – especially when they move quickly. Although many flying robots are equipped with cameras that can detect obstacles, it typically takes from 20 to 40 milliseconds for the drone to process the image and react. It may seem quick, but it is not enough to avoid a bird or another drone, or even a static obstacle when the drone itself is flying at high speed. This can be a problem when drones are used in unpredictable environments. In order to solve this problem, researchers at the University of Zurich have equipped a quadcopter with special cameras and algorithms that reduced its reaction time down to a few milliseconds – enough to avoid a ball thrown at it from a short distance. With all the craziness we have to bear these days, there is a little temporary relief for those of you in need of a UAS Registration renewal. On March 13, 2020 you may have received an email from the FAA about extending your UAS registration. What does this mean for AMA members? For most members, your FAA registration expiration date has been extended to December 12, 2020. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne 04.01.20: April 1st Episode, Bloomberg-NASA, Sanders-BizAv, Space Force
Wed, Apr 08,2020 08:48:18PM EST
Also: 737 MAX and CDC, ‘Steam Gauge’ Rating, OneAviation Bids For Cirrus, EAA Water Park Billionaire Michael Bloomberg has announced that he will start his own commercial space company in an effort to spend the money he has earmarked for his Presidential campaign. But rather than start from scratch, he is making a bid for NASA. Bloomberg joins a small but growing club of billionaires who have made their fortune in the tech industry and then started launching rockets into space. But rather than build something from the ground up, Bloomberg is exploring what it would take to buy NASA from the U.S. Government. The NBAA has announced that Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has been added to the roster of business aviation boosters as part of its “No Plane, No Gain” campaign. Sanders, a self-proclaimed democratic socialist, has made extensive use of corporate jets in his run for President, using up to three Gulfstream jets to ferry himself and his entourage between campaign events, and that caught the attention of NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen. “We may disagree on a lot of issues, but anybody who gets the value of private jets for business use deserves to be considered,” Bolen said. “We reached out to the Sanders campaign, and while they were initially leery of the idea because of the apparent conflict between socialism and corporate airplanes, Sanders himself was very receptive to the idea.” When the U.S. Space Force was announced, the Internet blew up over the similarities between the new logo and the Starfleet emblem seen in every episode of Star Trek. And now, Rod Roddenberry says he wants his cut. Roddenberry filed a lawsuit in federal court claiming that the Space Force logo “clearly is a direct copy of the ‘Starfleet’ logo that was created for the Star Trek franchise,” according to court documents. The suit seeks an undisclosed amount from the federal government for use of the image under copyright law. “They could have just called it “Starfleet”, Roddenberry said. “I mean it’s so obvious. If they had called and asked, I probably would have said ‘yes’ and been flattered. But since they just kinda stole it, I want a piece of the action.” All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Picking Up Where The AEA NPI Left Off--The 2020 Avionics Innovation Preview!
Wed, Apr 08,2020 08:48:08PM EST
Welcome to the Avionics Program that would not die… Like all of you, we would much rather have, a couple of weeks ago, have been presenting The 2020 AEA New Product Introduction Live Programming (known as the 'NPI') we were preparing so carefully, as well as an additional seven or eight hours of live interviews. But it appeared that somebody upstairs was bound and determined to give us their best version of the Zombie Apocalypse, and so here we are. One of the hits of our Annual AEA LIVE Coverage was the opening day's presentation of dozens of new product 'reveals'showcased, in rapid-fire, exciting, succession all the cool new things that were to come for the next year... it was proof positive that the avionics industry was one of the most innovative on Planet Earth. We missed providing that to you... until now. Over the last few several days, the best of the ANN staff, (which frankly is pretty much all of them), has put together what we call "NPI – Plan B."

Barnstorming: Did Anybody Get The Number Off That Truck?
Wed, Apr 08,2020 08:47:58PM EST
Yes, We Will Recover From This… But Have Little Doubt That Aviation Will Never Be Quite The Same Hi folks… I don't know about the rest of you but I have the unmistakable impression that I’ve just been hit by a truck… We entered 2020 about as optimistic as we've ever been… We had a major new marketing initiative (the TYS Program… more on that, another time) that was setting the world on fire, we had some new people coming into the mix that were really raising our capabilities, and we were very much on the path to greater things. Actually; we should have been on our way to the best year we've had in over a decade. We also spent some serious money (for which I'm now kicking myself) and had completed massive upgrades in some of our video gear, especially our live streaming capabilities in anticipation of AEA 2020, we were getting ready to field our most aggressive coverage of the Sun n Fun Fly–In, we had major changes already underway for ANN, and it was just plain exciting. Heck, we thought we were getting ready to take over the world. And then… The virus.

ANN FAQ: Q&A 101
Wed, Apr 08,2020 08:47:46PM EST
A Few Questions AND Answers To Help You Get MORE Out of ANN!

Airborne 04.06.20: First FlightDesign F2, Stratolaunch Tests, Pipistrel
Wed, Apr 08,2020 08:47:43PM EST
Also: ERAU Free Online Courses, Orion Passes Tests, Boeing Shuts Philly, A320 Production After rerouting from the cancelled Sun N’ Fun airshow, the very first F2-LSA has arrived at Flight Design USA headquarters in Connecticut. The F2 has completed ASTM and US LSA compliance testing, and serial production has started. The next F2’s are expected to arrive in the US by June 2020. F2 CS-23 and the F2 UL for Europe are expected to be certified by October 2020. The F2 series represents a next-generation effort for Flight Design as it expands its light aircraft offerings. F2 is an EASA CS-23 certified aircraft with an MTOW of 650 kg, or if flown as an SLSA or Ultralight -- 600 kg MTOW. Stratolaunch, a company that was founded by the late Paul Allen, is shifting its focus to hypersonic test beds carried aloft by its purpose-built aircraft. The Stratolaunch aircraft had originally been built for horizontal-launch satellite missions, carrying a rocket to altitude which would then boost its payload into orbit. But the company was sold last year after Allen's death in 2018, and it has now relaunched with an updated website explaining its new mission. Pipistrel is a project partner in the ARTEM project (Aircraft noise Reduction Technologies and related Environmental iMpact) that aims at the maturing of promising novel concepts and methods which are directly coupled to new low noise and disruptive 2035 and 2050 aircraft configurations. Last week, members of Pipistrel Vertical Solutions (PVS) research have just returned from a week long wind tunnel testing in INCAS, Bucharest. The team was performing tests on a composite design model wing with modular attachment points for different Distributed Electrical Propulsion (DEP) configurations, designed and built by PVS within the ARTEM European project. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 03.31.20: BVLOS in Canada, UPS Flight Forward, Continental
Wed, Apr 08,2020 08:47:15PM EST
Also: ANN’s April 1st Episode, Parrot And DroneLogbook, ‘Pandemic Drone’, AVIUS Air Delivery MVT Geo-solutions and Iris Automation have been granted the first BVLOS Special Flight Operations Certificate (SFOC) by Transport Canada using only onboard Detect-and-Avoid (DAA). The approval was granted based on the utilization of Iris Automation’s DAA system, called Casia, which provides commercial drones with automated collision avoidance maneuvers. The waiver permits flights within the UAS Center of Excellence’s controlled airspace Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) test range in Alma, Quebec. This is the first BVLOS flight at the location leveraging only onboard DAA for air risk mitigation, and does not require ground-based observers or radar. UPS Flight Forward (UPSFF) will collaborate with German drone-maker Wingcopter to develop a next generation of package delivery drones. As part of this collaboration – UPSFF’s first new relationship with a drone manufacturer since its formation – both companies will work toward earning regulatory certification for a Wingcopter unmanned aircraft to make commercial delivery flights in the United States. Continental Aerospace Technologies has named Robert J. Stoppek as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and president. Stoppek was formerly the CEO for Waukesha Engine, part of the former GE Distributed Power business prior to joining Continental. In October of 2019, Continental appointed Michael Skolnik as the Interim CEO in addition to his duties as Chief Operating Officer (COO). As the company transitions the leadership roles to Stoppek, Skolnik and other senior leadership are eager to work together to shape the future of Continental. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

2020 Airborne Special Programming Initiative Adds 'Airborne-Flight Training'
Wed, Apr 08,2020 08:46:50PM EST
'Airborne-Flight Training'Is the First Special Interest 'Airborne'News Program to Be Released In 2020 The Aero-News Network's Airborne Daily News Video programming slate has expanded... dramatically. Already in its second decade of serving the expanding interests of both the aviation and aerospace communities, Airborne's 'Aero-Verse'approach will commit itself to 5 new special interest weeklies in 2020. The first new special interest Airborne news program will dedicate itself to the growing, (as well as turbulent) world of flight training. The new program will cover the vast interests of the industry… from subjects of exceptional interest to new and continuing flight students, to the business of flight training itself… not to mention the constant issues brought forth by the implementation and changes to the currently regulatory environment by National aviation agencies like the USA's FAA and Canada's Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA). Debuting today (April 8th, 2020), 'Airborne-Flight Training'(A-FT) will webcast bi-monthly for a month or two while the program undergoes a 'shake-down'and gets all aspects of the system working properly while everyone is still sheltering at home, and will then adopt a weekly schedule by early summer. At least one more Airborne Special Interest News Program will be introduced in that time frame, with others joining the roster throughout the year.

ANN FAQ: View Aero-News Your Way ... The 'View Everything'Option
Wed, Apr 08,2020 08:45:48PM EST
Choose How YOU Want To View Your Aero News: View Everything We're all pretty excited about the new website design here at ANN, but we HAVE heard from some of you that you liked the way that content was displayed on the old site. We hear you, and before you chuck your bitgrinder out a 5th story window, you should know that there are several ways that you can view your Aero-Content.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (04.09.20): Slaved Compass
Wed, Apr 08,2020 08:44:47PM EST
A system whereby the heading gyro is “slaved to,” or continuously corrected to bring its direction readings into agreement with a remotely located magnetic direction sensing device (usually a flux valve or flux gate compass).

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (04.09.20)
Wed, Apr 08,2020 08:44:25PM EST
FAA Fact Sheet: David J. Hurley Air Traffic Control System Command Center If you think of our National Airspace System as a symphony, the command center is the conductor. It’s a 24/7 operation where staff set the traffic flow for the entire day.

Airborne-Flight Training 04.08.20: Piedmont-Pipistrel, Machado eCourse, Bristell
Wed, Apr 08,2020 07:00:48PM EST
Also: King Schools, FAA Eases Medical Renewal, SAFE CFI-PRO, FSANA Urges Flight Schools To Follow CDC, NAFI Seeks Relief North Carolina's Piedmont flight training has taken delivery of the first five Pipistrel Alpha Trainers for an aggressive upgrade of their flight training operations. With a pilot shortage at a historic high, Piedmont Flight Training is fulfilling the need to attract and train future aviators with exceptional instruction and outstanding aircraft. And, the Pipistrel is the perfect aircraft with its cutting-edge technology. Just because you may be sheltering at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, you can still sharpen your flying skills. To help, Rod Machado is offering an eLearning course "The Art of Takeoffs And Landings"... a series of videos lasting just under 8 hours. "Every flight starts with a takeoff and ends with a landing, yet many pilots lack the fundamentals to do them consistently because they weren’t properly taught, or they haven’t practiced enough to be proficient,"Machado said in his news release. Experts from the financial world think that when the virus threat diminishes, we’re going to experience a strong recovery in a number of industries,,, aviation amongst them. So... we’ll still need motivated student pilots willing to spend serious money and time to get certified and (eventually) put to work. The Sebring Flight Academy, using Bristell flight training aircraft, has come up with a brilliant plan to get students pilots to a point of being working pilots in near record time and at a greatly reduced cost. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

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