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Airborne 09.24.18: FAA ReAuth Update, Record Flight, Maggie Taraska Returns
Mon, Sep 24,2018 10:49:44PM EST
Also: Cathay Pacific Mispaints, Orion's First Service Module, FAA Fly Safe-LOC, Neutron Star In the wee hours of the start of the weekend a new version of the FAA Reauthorization bill was published... and the news is mixed. The 1200 page document was released September 22nd at 0040ET... to initially mixed reviews. Some initial notes show that this five year bill does not include the draconian Privatization effort that has been aggressively fought by nearly everyone in aviation and the onerous ATC fees levied on EAA and other venues have been dropped. There is also some additional language in support of the Pilot’s Bill of Rights. GA groups are analyzing the 1200 page doc now. And the news for model aviation may be dire... On September 24, 2013, Canadian pilot Alexis Reichert set a new female world record for flight duration in a human-powered rotorcraft by staying airborne for 53 seconds in the Atlas Human-Powered Helicopter. Ratified by FAI, her record-breaking flight fell into the air sports category Experimental/New Technologies. It was conducted at The Soccer Center in Ontario, Canada less than a year after initial flight-testing of the Atlas began, and was measured using video analysis of the flight data. Alexis’ achievement came just a few months after her brother Todd Reichert smashed the general record by managing a 64-second flight. The 17-year-old student pilot who caught national attention when she made a successful emergency landing on her first solo flight was back in the cockpit just days after that eventful flight. Maggie Taraska was back at Beverly Regional Airport in Massachusetts just a few days after she landed her two-wheeled airplane on her first solo flight and walked away. The plane, a Piper Warrior, lost its right main landing gear just after Taraska had taken off on her first solo. She circled the airport for about half an hour before her instructor and air traffic controllers talked her through the landing, which she pulled off like a pro. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 09.21.18: Paul Allen's MonsterPlane, Reno Air Races, Diamond Doubles
Mon, Sep 24,2018 10:45:31PM EST
Also: Aviators Indicted, Hartzell Appointment, World's First 777, ASTM Parachutes For Drones Stratolaunch Systems founder Paul Allen has put his mark on the fuselage of the enormous airplane being flight tested as a horizontal launch system. Allen tweeted photos this week of the Stratolauncher, being built by Scaled Composites, emblazoned with "Stratolaunch: A Paul G. Allen Company"on the left fuselage. While there had been hopes of flight testing the airplane this summer, there are still three taxi tests on the schedule, delaying the first flight of the aircraft into the fall at the earliest. The results from the 2018 edition of the Reno Air Races are in, following the completion of the Gold races. The Gold races are essentially the final, and all heat winners are named champions in their division. Over the past ten years, the event has attracted more than 1 million spectators and generated more than $600 million for the region’s economy. The event features six racing classes, a large display of static aircraft and several military and civil flight demonstrations. Diamond plans to double production at its London, Ontario, Canada facility next year bringing the number of airplanes produced to 150 and adding about 100 workers to the payroll. The plant will manufacture about 75 airplanes this year. Diamond's CEO in London Scott McFadzean believes that the market in China is about to "explode", and other demand is growing worldwide. McFadzean said that the company is now building for the global market like it did previously for the North American market. He said that the Chinese market is "huge compared to Western countries."All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 09.24.18: FAA ReAuth Update, Record Flight, Maggie Taraska Returns
Mon, Sep 24,2018 10:44:51PM EST
Also: Cathay Pacific Mispaints, Orion's First Service Module, FAA Fly Safe-LOC, Neutron Star In the wee hours of the start of the weekend a new version of the FAA Reauthorization bill was published... and the news is mixed. The 1200 page document was released September 22nd at 0040ET... to initially mixed reviews. Some initial notes show that this five year bill does not include the draconian Privatization effort that has been aggressively fought by nearly everyone in aviation and the onerous ATC fees levied on EAA and other venues have been dropped. There is also some additional language in support of the Pilot’s Bill of Rights. GA groups are analyzing the 1200 page doc now. And the news for model aviation may be dire... On September 24, 2013, Canadian pilot Alexis Reichert set a new female world record for flight duration in a human-powered rotorcraft by staying airborne for 53 seconds in the Atlas Human-Powered Helicopter. Ratified by FAI, her record-breaking flight fell into the air sports category Experimental/New Technologies. It was conducted at The Soccer Center in Ontario, Canada less than a year after initial flight-testing of the Atlas began, and was measured using video analysis of the flight data. Alexis’ achievement came just a few months after her brother Todd Reichert smashed the general record by managing a 64-second flight. The 17-year-old student pilot who caught national attention when she made a successful emergency landing on her first solo flight was back in the cockpit just days after that eventful flight. Maggie Taraska was back at Beverly Regional Airport in Massachusetts just a few days after she landed her two-wheeled airplane on her first solo flight and walked away. The plane, a Piper Warrior, lost its right main landing gear just after Taraska had taken off on her first solo. She circled the airport for about half an hour before her instructor and air traffic controllers talked her through the landing, which she pulled off like a pro. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

AMA Drone Report 09.20.18: Section 336 Update, LAANC Course, Drones In Florence
Mon, Sep 24,2018 10:05:08PM EST
Also: FAA Reauthorization Stalled, Golf Course Drone Delivery, eBee X Fixed-Wing, Drone Locates Missing Woman AMA president Rich Hanson has sent letters to the House and Senate, requesting they consider a risk-based approach to regulating recreational UAS. This would ensure the safe integration of UAS into the nation’s airspace while continuing to allow responsible model aircraft operators to fly safely. It is still uncertain if Congress will pass an FAA Authorization bill by the September 30 deadline, but legislators have begun work to resolve some of the issues surrounding the Special Rule for Model Aircraft (Section 336), which may include remote ID requirements on some aircraft. A congressional update on Section 336 was just released via a video from Interim Executive Director, Chad Budreau. Drone pilots can take a new free King Schools course titled Using LAANC to Fly Drones in Controlled Airspace to learn how to use the FAA Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability. The online course includes HD video and bullet points followed by interactive questions to test your knowledge. Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability, pronounced “LANCE,” is the result of a partnership effort between the FAA and private industry. LAANC enables drone pilots to access controlled airspace near airports through near real-time processing of airspace authorizations. In this course, Co-Chairman of King Schools Martha King explains how operators of drones can get that authorization. Drones will be instrumental in helping assess the damage caused by hurricane Florence, which struck the North Carolina coast over the weekend and is continuing to cause widespread flooding across a broad area of the country. Brien Reil, a spokesman for the Washington-based industry group Edison Electric Institute said that at least 53 teams have been recruited to help with the damage assessment. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 09.18.18: Airware Grounded, AUVSI Urges Congress, LMC And DRL
Mon, Sep 24,2018 10:04:55PM EST
Also: DroneInsurance.com And AirMap, EagleView And PrecisionHawk, Laser-Carrying Drones, Army Drones Claiming to offer, “... a cloud-based platform to manage, process, view, analyze and collaborate around data for insurance, property management, mining, quarrying, and construction,” Airware has elected to shut down operations after spending some 118 million in investment capital. Airware was founded in 2011 in Newport Beach, California, by Jonathan Downey and relocated to San Francisco in January 2014, and purchased Redbird, a drone analytics software company, in 2016. Company staffers were offered little warning... having been notified the day of the shutdown. At its height, the company reportedly had over 140 employees. AUVSI has urged lawmakers working on a reauthorization bill for the FAA to include legislative proposals that would give the Departments of Homeland Security and Justice the authority to mitigate UAS that are used for nefarious purposes, while maintaining the FAA’s exclusive sovereignty over the airspace. Lockheed Martin and Drone Racing League have announced an innovation competition, challenging teams to develop artificial intelligence (AI) technology that will enable an autonomous drone to race a pilot-operated drone – and win. Participating teams will compete in a series of challenges for their share of over $2 million in prizes. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Florida County Will Use Drones To Track Alzheimer's Patients
Mon, Sep 24,2018 09:59:36PM EST
State Grant Will Fund A Pilot Program In Orange County, FL Florida State Senator Linda Stewart has announced that a state grant valued at $75,000 has been secured for a pilot program to use drones to keep tabs on adults with Alzheimer's disease.

FAA Reauthorization Bill Would Allow Government To Disable Drones
Mon, Sep 24,2018 11:14:54AM EST
Section Included In The Bill Titled 'Preventing Emerging Threats'The FAA Reauthorization Bill that is scheduled for a house vote on Wednesday contains language that would allow the government to disable drones that are perceived as a threat, including shooting them down.

Ariane 5 Assembled And Cleared For Milestone Launch
Mon, Sep 24,2018 11:13:07AM EST
Will Mark The 100th Launch Of The Heavy-Lift Booster Arianespace’s upcoming mission from the Spaceport in French Guiana – which will mark the heavy-lift Ariane 5’s 100th launch – has been cleared for liftoff this week with a dual-satellite payload.

NASA's TESS Shares First Science Image In Hunt To Find New Worlds
Mon, Sep 24,2018 10:24:43AM EST
Captures A Wealth Of Stars And Other Objects, Including Systems Previously Known To Have Exoplanets NASA’s newest planet hunter, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), is now providing valuable data to help scientists discover and study exciting new exoplanets, or planets beyond our solar system. Part of the data from TESS’ initial science orbit includes a detailed picture of the southern sky taken with all four of the spacecraft’s wide-field cameras. This “first light” science image captures a wealth of stars and other objects, including systems previously known to have exoplanets.

Valor Studios, D-Day Squadron Working To Put Historic Warbirds Over Normandy
Mon, Sep 24,2018 10:22:38AM EST
Hopes To Take A Full Squadron Of C-47s To The 75th Anniversary Commemoration The D-Day Squadron has announced the addition of further corporate support to its efforts to return a full squadron of WW2 C-47s (known as the "Gooney Bird"or "Dakota") to Normandy, France for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

Airbus Helicopters Focuses On The Wind Turbine Growth Market
Mon, Sep 24,2018 10:17:40AM EST
Presenting Multiple Solutions At This Week's WindEnergy Expo Airbus Helicopters views the support for wind farms as a business segment that is undergoing global growth and expects demand for up to a thousand helicopters over the coming two decades, corresponding to revenues of approximately $10.6 billion. Airbus Helicopters will present its supply, maintenance and crew transport solutions at the WindEnergy expo, which will be held in Hamburg this week.

Santa Monica Airport Association Launches eNewsletter
Mon, Sep 24,2018 10:14:46AM EST
Looking To Keep Interested Parties Informed About The Group's Efforts The Santa Monica Airport Association has launched an electronic newsletter designed to keep interested parties in the loop on SMAA and related SMO news, including updates on legal actions, information about our airport- based events, and other news of special interest to the airport community.

First Ultra Long Range A350 XWB Delivered To Singapore Airlines
Mon, Sep 24,2018 10:12:58AM EST
Carrier Has Ordered Seven Of The Long-Range Airliners Airbus has delivered the first A350-900 Ultra Long Range (ULR) aircraft to launch customer Singapore Airlines (SIA). The latest variant of the best-selling A350 XWB is capable of flying further in commercial service than any other aircraft, with a range of up to 9,700 nautical miles, or over 20 hours non-stop. Altogether, SIA has ordered seven A350-900ULR aircraft, configured in a two-class layout, with 67 Business Class seats and 94 Premium Economy Class seats.

Two Fatally Injured In Jefferson County, MO Accident
Mon, Sep 24,2018 10:10:51AM EST
Plane Went Down After Reporting Electrical Issues A Cessna 150 with two people on board reported to be a father and his son. went down while attempting to land at Festus Memorial Airport (KFES) in Festus, MO, Thursday night. The accident resulted in the fatal injury of both occupants of the airplane.

New Products From ELITE Simulation Solutions Introduced
Mon, Sep 24,2018 10:08:20AM EST
ELITE STX Home, ProPanel III And Others Now Available ELITE Simulation Solutions has announced the availability of several new hardware products and a new version of their widely-used IFR training software. The much-anticipated release of ELITE XTS Home, a flight training software program specifically designed for pilots, leads the way and creates the demand for several of the new hardware products.

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