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Airborne 01.22.18: Yak-110 Coming 2 OSH18!, Halladay Impaired, NTSB Bell 525 PC
Mon, Jan 22,2018 09:24:48PM EST
Also: Hong Kong Airlines Recruit, AUVSI Innovation Challenge, Uncontained Engine Failure, Wings Over The Rockies OK... we really can’t wait to see this... The Yak-110, an innovative aerobatic airplane created by attaching two Yak-55s together and adding a jet engine in addition to the two radial engines, is slated to appear and perform at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 for the first time ever. The primary builder of the Yak-110, Dell Coller, EAA 683852, said he believes Oshkosh is the perfect place to bring his new experimental airplane. “I can’t think of a better place to bring this airplane in its first year,” Dell said. “I think everybody who attends the show is really into experimental airplanes, obviously with it being the Experimental Aircraft Association. I think they’ll really enjoy seeing this airplane do its thing.” The highly visible Icon A5 accident, the second fatal crash of the year, that took the life of former major league player Roy Halladay now has a few blanks filled in by the revelation of drugs in Halladay’s system, according to the local Medical Examiner's autopsy report. The NTSB has released its probable cause report from an accident involving a Bell 525 on a test flight in July, 2016. According to the report, the experimental research and development helicopter was undergoing developmental flight tests before type certification. On the day of the accident, the helicopter test crew was performing a series of one-engine-inoperative (OEI) tests at increasing airspeeds with a heavy, forward center-of-gravity configuration. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

NTSB To Meet On Uncontained Engine Failure
Mon, Jan 22,2018 09:22:57PM EST
Meeting Tuesday Will Be To Determine Probable Cause The NTSB is scheduled to meet Jan. 23, 2018, to determine the probable cause of the Oct. 28, 2016, American Airlines flight 383 uncontained engine failure.

AFJROTC Launches Flight Academy Program To Address Aircrew Shortage
Mon, Jan 22,2018 09:22:02PM EST
Select Candidates Will Earn Private Pilot Certificates Beginning This Summer Headquarters Air Force Junior ROTC has launched a program aimed at potentially putting more pilots in the cockpits of military aircraft to help address the Air Force’s ongoing aircrew shortage.

Roy Halladay May Have Been Impaired At Time Of Icon A5 Accident
Mon, Jan 22,2018 09:21:13PM EST
Forensic Pathologist Says He Had A Combination Of Drugs In His System Former major league baseball pitcher Roy Halladay may have been operating his Icon A5 under the influence of drugs, according to an autopsy report released by the Pinellas-Pasco (FL) Medical Examiner’s Office on Friday.

AMA Drone Report 01.18.18: 1 Million Drone Reg's, Autel EVO, FAA Sued Again
Mon, Jan 22,2018 09:18:59PM EST
Also: New DJI Mavic?, SureFly Not Yet, Drones Tracking Illegal Dumping, 'Illicit'Drone Video The FAA has registered a million drones, the DOT announced last week at CES in Las Vegas, with the vast majority of them being used for recreational purposes. Speaking at CES 2018, SecTrans Elaine Chao said the 1,000,000 total registration figure includes 878,000 hobbyists, who receive one identification number for all the drones they own, and 122,000 commercial, public and other drones, which are individually registered. In addition to being required by law, the registration process helps educate drone operators who are new to aviation by having them agree to the FAA’s operating rules and increases airspace security by identifying drones with their owner. Autel Robotics USA has announced its new flagship aircraft line, the EVO. EVO is a portable camera drone with foldable arms and a sleek, compact form factor. The drone was introduced last week at CES 2018. The EVO will be equipped with a 4K UHD camera on a 3-Axis Gimbal. EVO’s camera records high definition footage at 60 fps. Rear and front sensors let EVO fly with multiple intelligent flight modes and obstacle avoidance. EVO’s controller has a built-in 3.3 inch OLED screen with live HD dual band transmission and a 7KM range. The FAA has been hit with another lawsuit over its drone registration database, and this time the agency is facing nearly $840 million in penalties. Drone attorney Jonathan Rupprecht writes that the case has been brought by Robert Taylor -- the brother of John Taylor, who won a case against the FAA that temporarily suspended the FAA's drone registration requirement. Rupprecht says that this case is a Class Action suit of at least 836,796 members. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of the AMA Drone Report!!!

Airborne-Unmanned 01.16.18: AUVSI Trusted Operator, Typhoon H Plus, Intel
Mon, Jan 22,2018 09:18:42PM EST
Also: Drones Tracking Illegal Dumping, Arctic UAS, Airspace Situational Awareness, TrueView R20 AUVSI has announced the appointment of leading industry stakeholders to serve on a steering committee and as brand ambassadors who will develop the Trusted Operator Program (TOP) for remote pilots and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) training organizations. AUVSI launched TOP in November, to facilitate best practices, codes of conduct and professionalism for operators of services provided by UAS, also known as drones. Yuneec International has announced the second generation of its proven six-rotor hex platform, Typhoon H Plus. The second generation of Typhoon H features Yuneec's all-new, larger, highly stable six rotor hex airframe. The vehicle offers a 40 percent reduction in noise from previous hex models, and stable flight in winds up to 30mph. Typhoon H Plus is equipped with a high aperture one-inch sensor camera capable of 20 megapixel stills and 4K resolution video at 60fps. The new model also boasts an improved low-light performance compared to previous models. Remember the drone light show presented at the Super Bowl last year? Though pre-taped (anFAA TFR prevented the show from being presented live), it was pretty impressive. The show was executed by Intel Shooting Star drones, and in a keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the company said it has developed a variant of the swarm drone that is safe for indoor use. But unfortunately, you can't buy one. The "Shooting Star Mini"can locate itself in space without using a GPS, according to the company. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unmanned!!!

Airborne 01.22.18: Yak-110 Coming 2 OSH18!, Halladay Impaired, NTSB Bell 525 PC
Mon, Jan 22,2018 09:18:16PM EST
Also: Hong Kong Airlines Recruit, AUVSI Innovation Challenge, Uncontained Engine Failure, Wings Over The Rockies OK... we really can’t wait to see this... The Yak-110, an innovative aerobatic airplane created by attaching two Yak-55s together and adding a jet engine in addition to the two radial engines, is slated to appear and perform at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 for the first time ever. The primary builder of the Yak-110, Dell Coller, EAA 683852, said he believes Oshkosh is the perfect place to bring his new experimental airplane. “I can’t think of a better place to bring this airplane in its first year,” Dell said. “I think everybody who attends the show is really into experimental airplanes, obviously with it being the Experimental Aircraft Association. I think they’ll really enjoy seeing this airplane do its thing.” The highly visible Icon A5 accident, the second fatal crash of the year, that took the life of former major league player Roy Halladay now has a few blanks filled in by the revelation of drugs in Halladay’s system, according to the local Medical Examiner's autopsy report. The NTSB has released its probable cause report from an accident involving a Bell 525 on a test flight in July, 2016. According to the report, the experimental research and development helicopter was undergoing developmental flight tests before type certification. On the day of the accident, the helicopter test crew was performing a series of one-engine-inoperative (OEI) tests at increasing airspeeds with a heavy, forward center-of-gravity configuration. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 01.19.18: Airbus A380 Reprieve, FAA Sued, FAA Defends Drop Zone
Mon, Jan 22,2018 09:15:53PM EST
Also: Skydiving Museum, Nature Air Suspended, IAC 2017 Collegiate Program, StandardAero Ceases LAX Ops You can hear the sigh of relief from across the Atlantic... After several months of questions about the viability of the A380 program, and whether Airbus would continue to manufacture the Super Jumbo airliners, new life has been breathed into the program with an order from Emirates. Analysts have been saying since an agreement between Emirates and Airbus hit a snag last year at the Dubai Airshow that the deal was "make or break"for the A380. Now, the carrier has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to acquire up to 36 additional A380 aircraft. The agreement was signed Thursday morning at the airline’s headquarters. The commitment is for 20 A380s and an option for 16 more with deliveries to start in 2020, valued at $16 billion at latest list prices. The FAA has been hit with another lawsuit over its drone registration database, and this time the agency is facing nearly $840 million in penalties. Drone attorney Jonathan Rupprecht writes that the case has been brought by Robert Taylor -- the brother of John Taylor, who won a case against the FAA that temporarily suspended the FAA's drone registration requirement. Rupprecht says that this case is a Class Action suit of at least 836,796 members. Nearly four years after it was initially denied in 2014, the FAA has told the city of Casa Grande, AZ that it must allow the establishment of a drop zone at the Casa Grande Municipal Airport (KCGZ). Skydive Coastal California has been operating out of the airport as Phoenix Area Skydiving, but that the drop zone used by the company is outside the city limits. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Merlin PSA Now Flying With 4-Stroke HKS Power
Mon, Jan 22,2018 01:12:50PM EST
Personal Sport Aircraft Is 'Smooth, Fast, Quiet'Builder Says Flight testing is underway on the latest variant of the Merlin PSA (Personal Sport Aircraft) In Lakeland, FL. The airplane has a new engine option available; the smooth, economical, 4-stroke HKS 700E.

New CEO Appointed At LJLA
Mon, Jan 22,2018 12:01:39PM EST
John Irving Steps Into Leadership Role At Liverpool John Lennon Airport Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) has announced that John Irving has been appointed as the new CEO of the Airport Company and is due to take charge on 12th March 2018.

LLOA Lifetime Aviation Entrepreneur Award Named After Kenn Ricci
Mon, Jan 22,2018 11:55:01AM EST
Bigelow Aerospace Founder Robert Bigelow Receives 2018 Kenn Ricci Lifetime Aviation Entrepreneur Award For the first time in its 15-year history, the Living Legends of Aviation has renamed its iconic award to honor aviation entrepreneurs for their lifetime achievements. Starting this year, the award will be the "Kenn Ricci Lifetime Aviation Entrepreneur Award,"named after the aviation visionary and founder of Directional Aviation, the parent of companies including Flexjet, Sentient Jet, Skyjet, Nextant Aerospace and Constant Aviation.

Colorado Skydiving Company To Be Hit With Steep Fee Increase
Mon, Jan 22,2018 11:52:06AM EST
May Reduce Its Use Area To Keep Fees Manageable The Longmont, CO City Council has implemented a new fee structure for land use at Vance Brand Municipal Airport (KLMO) which will have a direct impact on Mile-Hi Skydiving in terms of the amount of land it may use or the fees it pays.

Generic Aircraft Airbag Restraints Under Development By AmSafe
Mon, Jan 22,2018 11:50:18AM EST
Company Hopes To Roll Out The Product At Sun 'N Fun Since 2004, AmSafe has been providing airbag seatbelt restraint to general aviation customers. Their devices have been standard equipment on Cessna Single Engine and Cirrus SR20/22 since 2005. They have also been offered as standard equipment on Diamond DA-40/42, Mooney and Air Tractor aircraft for many years.

Jazz Aviation Pathways Program Expands To 16 Organizations
Mon, Jan 22,2018 11:45:03AM EST
Adds Collège Air Richelieu To Its Pathways Roster Collège Air Richelieu of Saint-Hubert, Quebec has been added to the Jazz Aviation Pathways Program, which was developed in 2007 to create a streamlined career path for the pilot profession in Canada. The addition of Collège Air Richelieu brings the number of Jazz APP educational institutions to 12, and the overall number of organizations to 16.

Gulfstream Delivers Final G450
Mon, Jan 22,2018 11:43:10AM EST
Aircraft Has Been In Production For 12 Years Gulfstream Aerospace has delivered the final Gulfstream G450 as it prepares to usher in the next generation of business aviation with the all-new Gulfstream G500.

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