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Airborne 08.30.16: Commercial UAS Takes-Off, SWA Engine Failure, MH370 Debris
Tue, Aug 30,2016 07:39:09PM EST
Also: Humans-To-Mars, Burgess-Wright Model-F, Aero-Calendar, Sport CFI NPRM, Air Safety Forum, Stemme Tragedy, PowerEgg As we reported in our Monday edition of Airborne Unlimited, regulations governing recreational and commercial operations of small, unmanned aircraft systems are now in effect, and the reactions are now coming in. AUVSI President and CEO, Brian Wynne, said at a press conference on Monday that with regulations governing civil and commercial operations of unmanned aircraft systems now in effect, more businesses and innovators are poised to take flight and unlock the tremendous economic benefits of the technology. Wynne added that the UAS industry is poised to be one of the fastest-growing in American history. A Southwest Airlines flight from New Orleans to Orlando, Florida made an emergency landing at Pensacola International Airport on Saturday after the airplane suffered an uncontained failure of its left engine. A knowledgeable observer said that initial photographs provided by various news sources seem to indicate that both the compressor section and turbine section of the left engine failed, causing some of the liberated parts to impact the fuselage. On the second day of the International Astronautical Congress being held next month in Guadalajara, Mexico, Elon Musk is scheduled to present a special keynote address "Making Humans a Multiplanetary Species."Musk has talked in the past about SpaceX rockets journeying to Mars. The planned speech will look at some of the technical challenges that must be overcome to make such a colonization mission possible. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 08.29.16: sUAS Rules Get REAL, Pilots To The Rescue, ISS Update
Tue, Aug 30,2016 03:33:30PM EST
Also: AA MD-80s, A320 Birdstrike, SWA Picketed, Randy Babbitt, STEREO Mission, Prince Harry v Poachers, ANA Dreamliners August 29 is a big day as it relates to recreational and non-recreational small, remotely controlled, aerial vehicles as the new FAR 107 is being implemented. Let’s take a quick look at how all of this is affecting commercial use of unmanned aerial vehicles - and recreational use of all sorts of remote-controlled aircraft. Recreational RC flyers have previously operated under an FAA advisory circular and a public law describing what they can and cannot do as hobbyists. Now, the advisory circular and the public law still exists, but FAR 101 has been rewritten to also include the definition of recreational flying as a new regulation. The spirit of general aviation can shine brightly when needed, as such is the case with individuals in general aviation taking things in their own hands to help provide flood relief on the Gulf Coast. A group of pilots from Gulf Coast Aviation operating out of New Orleans'Lakefront Airport flew some $300 in emergency supplies to Ryan Airport in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to assist with flood relief efforts. If owning your own space station is on your bucket list, things are looking up! With NASA looking beyond Low Earth Orbit towards the moon, Mars and asteroids, it is very unlikely that it will continue to operate the International Space Station beyond 2024. So what does a federal agency do with an aging orbiting laboratory? All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 08.30.16: Commercial UAS Takes-Off, SWA Engine Failure, MH370 Debris
Tue, Aug 30,2016 03:32:54PM EST
Also: Humans-To-Mars, Burgess-Wright Model-F, Aero-Calendar, Sport CFI NPRM, Air Safety Forum, Stemme Tragedy, PowerEgg As we reported in our Monday edition of Airborne Unlimited, regulations governing recreational and commercial operations of small, unmanned aircraft systems are now in effect, and the reactions are now coming in. AUVSI President and CEO, Brian Wynne, said at a press conference on Monday that with regulations governing civil and commercial operations of unmanned aircraft systems now in effect, more businesses and innovators are poised to take flight and unlock the tremendous economic benefits of the technology. Wynne added that the UAS industry is poised to be one of the fastest-growing in American history. A Southwest Airlines flight from New Orleans to Orlando, Florida made an emergency landing at Pensacola International Airport on Saturday after the airplane suffered an uncontained failure of its left engine. A knowledgeable observer said that initial photographs provided by various news sources seem to indicate that both the compressor section and turbine section of the left engine failed, causing some of the liberated parts to impact the fuselage. On the second day of the International Astronautical Congress being held next month in Guadalajara, Mexico, Elon Musk is scheduled to present a special keynote address "Making Humans a Multiplanetary Species."Musk has talked in the past about SpaceX rockets journeying to Mars. The planned speech will look at some of the technical challenges that must be overcome to make such a colonization mission possible. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (08.31.16)
Tue, Aug 30,2016 03:00:20PM EST
General Aviation ADS-B Rebate Program Latest updates from the FAA concerning its efforts to help pilots meet the 2020 deadline for ADS-B Out equipage.

AD: RUAG Aerospace Services GmbH Airplanes
Tue, Aug 30,2016 02:59:22PM EST
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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (08.31.16): Aeronautical Beacon
Tue, Aug 30,2016 02:56:52PM EST
A visual NAVAID displaying flashes of white and/or colored light to indicate the location of an airport, a heliport, a landmark, a certain point of a Federal airway in mountainous terrain, or an obstruction.

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (08.31.16)
Tue, Aug 30,2016 02:56:33PM EST
“While a new contract is certainly not a done deal, this is the next step in the process.” Source: SWAPA President, Captain Jon Weaks.

AMGH, Aviators Air Rescue Takes Delivery Of Airbus Helicopters H130
Tue, Aug 30,2016 02:55:20PM EST
Will Launch First Affordable Helicopter EMS Flights In India Executives of Air Medical Group Holdings (AMGH) and Aviators Air Rescue Ltd. accepted delivery Monday of the first of three Airbus Helicopters H130s, which the companies will use to launch the first affordable single-engine helicopter emergency medical services operation in India.

FAA Boosts Safety Standards For Lithium Batteries On Aircraft
Tue, Aug 30,2016 02:53:51PM EST
Standards Similar For Rechargeable And Non-Rechargeable Power Cells As new lithium batteries are approved on U.S. airliners and business airplanes, the FAA is reportedly applying more stringent safety standards for the power cells that power many critical systems on those aircraft.

Flightsafety International Promotes Bryan King
Tue, Aug 30,2016 02:52:32PM EST
Becomes Manager Of The Hondajet Learning Center In Greensboro, NC FlightSafety International announces that Bryan King has been promoted to Manager of the HondaJet Learning Center in Greensboro, North Carolina. He assumes this responsibility from Eric Dixon who has left the company to pursue other opportunities.

Hybrid Airships Are Coming To Alaska
Tue, Aug 30,2016 02:51:50PM EST
PRL Logistics Teams With Straightline Aviation Hybrid Enterprises, the exclusive reseller of Lockheed Martin's Hybrid Airships, has formed a strategic partnership between PRL Logistics Inc. and UK-based Hybrid Airship owner and operator, Straightline Aviation. This partnership will introduce the world's first heavy-lift Hybrid Airship – the LMH-1.

FAI World Championships For Space Models Lviv, Ukraine Deemed A Full Success
Tue, Aug 30,2016 02:50:57PM EST
Jan Sebesta From The Czech Republic Winning The Scale (S7) Model Competition The 2016 FAI World Championships for Space Models in Lviv, Ukraine concluded on Sunday with Jan Sebesta from the Czech Republic winning the scale (S7) model competition. Sebesta’s model of the Saturn V not only impressed the judges with its lifelike accuracy, but during the confirmation flight it performed flawlessly.

CAE Extends Multi-Crew Pilot License (MPL) FO Program With JAL
Tue, Aug 30,2016 02:48:58PM EST
Will Provide Services For An Additional Three Years CAE announced at the 2016 Asia Pacific Airline Training Symposium that it has extended the Japan Airlines (JAL) Multi-Crew Pilot License (MPL) First Officer Program for three additional years to a total of 10 years, effective until October 2023. Under the renewed agreement, 24 additional cadets will be selected to begin MPL training for the Japanese airline.

FAA Issues STC For Garmin G5000 Beechjet/Hawker Installation
Tue, Aug 30,2016 02:47:55PM EST
Early Adopter Installations Are Now Underway On Beechjet 400A/Hawker 400XP Aircraft The FAA has approved a supplemental type certification (STC) for the G5000 avionics suite in the Beechjet 400A/Hawker 400XP aircraft. The G5000 modernizes the cockpit, increases aircraft utility, offers significant weight savings and provides operators with a solution to fulfill global next generation airspace initiatives. Additionally, the G5000 upgrade offers lower cost of operation and solves parts obsolescence with zero-time avionics.

Yuneec Unveils Compact, Easy-To-Use Ultra HD Flying Camera
Tue, Aug 30,2016 02:46:07PM EST
Breeze Includes Autonomous Flight And Instantaneous Social Media Sharing Capabilities Yuneec International has announced the availability of the Breeze, creating an all-new mass consumer category for the brand. The Breeze, the ultimate flying camera, is controlled via mobile device, has five easy-to-use flights modes and is able to seamlessly share to social media channels.

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