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ANN FAQ: Submit a News Story!
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:40:24PM EST
Have A Story That NEEDS To Be Featured On Aero-News? Here’s How To Submit A Story To Our Team Some of the greatest new stories ANN has ever covered have been submitted by our viewers and readers! We are very proud of our viewers and readers, as they are some of the most active and influential individuals in the aviation industry. We rely on them to share their knowledge and updates with us, so we can keep the entire community up-to-date through our various programs and platforms. The ANN staff scours theweb for the latest info and intel... but we're just a few folks with only so many hours in the day... so YOUR eyes and ears may be REALLY helpful in making sure we don't miss a thing!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (06.12.24)
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:40:20PM EST
“The legislation now includes a task force with industry representation ensuring that we have a seat at the table and our voice will be heard as conversations about the future of the heliport continue in the months and years to come...” Source: Josh Rousseau, VAI’s Northeast US regional representative, commenting as Vertical Aviation International claims that it successfully used its call to action to ensure the salvation of the West 30th Street Heliport in New York City.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (06.12.24)
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:40:17PM EST
Aero Linx: Waco Museum The WACO Historical Society, in addition to preserving aviation's past, is also dedicated and actively works to nurture aviation's future through its Learning Center programs. The goal of the Learning Center is to use aviation-related hands-on teaching projects to inspire and educate. We want to reach students, assist and train teachers, and inspire adults to support lifelong learning.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (06.12.24): Adcock Range
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:40:13PM EST
Adcock Range National low-frequency radio navigation system (c.1930-c.1950) replaced by an omnirange (VOR) system. It consisted of four segmented quadrants broadcasting Morse Code "A"(dot-dash) and "N"(dash-dot) signals in opposing quadrants so that pilots could orient their position relative to a "beam"broadcasting a steady tone, and a Morse Code station identifier. Using a "build-and-fade"technique, a pilot could (ideally) pinpoint his location by the strength or weakness of a signal.

Airborne Affordable Flyers 06.06.24: 200th ALTO, Rotax SB, Risen 916iSV
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:40:10PM EST
Also: uAvionix AV-Link, Does Simming Make Better Pilots?, World Games, AMA National Fun Fly Czech sportplane manufacturer Direct Fly has finished delivering its 200th ALTO NG, the latest iteration of their 600-kg sportplane. The Alto was previously offered as the Alto 912 TG model, sporting some light tweaks and changes for improved stiffness and durability. The Rotax folks have published a Service Bulletin after issues were noted that may affect all R915i and R916i series engines. Rotax operators have reported occasional, isolated, cases a momentary slipping of the overload clutch -- which may lead to a slight exceedance of the maximum rpm limit, followed by the engine rpm quickly normalizing. In perusing over 1,000 variations of sport aircraft for the current SportPlane Resource Guide, a few designs definitely catch the eye. One of the most startling of these is an all-composite, V-Tail machine that appears to offer an extraordinarily low drag coefficient, along with a big bubble canopy and wide side-by-side seating. The Risen 915i SV has now been upgraded to the Risen 916i SV. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (06.13.24)
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:40:04PM EST
“NBAA has a tremendous responsibility to the business aviation industry, and we are constantly collaborating with them. Our flight departments, professionals and aircraft owners gain from advocacy, professional development and an incredibly robust and authoritative resource hub. In the business of business aviation, NBAA plays a critical role in achieving our goals, and fostering a culture of learning and continuous improvement.” Source: Joe Barber, Chief Commercial Officer for Clay Lacy Aviation, detailing a new partnership will add some extra niceties for those under the National Business Aviation Association's umbrella, providing Clay Lacy Aviation's services under a special pilot program for members.

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (06.13.24): Dead Reckoning
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:40:00PM EST
Dead Reckoning Dead reckoning, as applied to flying, is the navigation of an airplane solely by means of computations based on airspeed, course, heading, wind direction, and speed, groundspeed, and elapsed time.

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (06.13.24)
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:39:57PM EST
Aero Linx: Vertical Aviation Safety Team (VAST) We are a public–private initiative to enhance worldwide flight operations safety in all segments of the vertical flight industry. Team members comprise international regional safety teams; safety authorities, including civil aviation authorities; and other industry stakeholders that work to improve global vertical flight safety.

ANN FAQ: How Do I Become A News Spy?
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:39:54PM EST
We're Everywhere... Thanks To You! Even with the vast resources and incredibly far-reaching scope of the Aero-News Network, every now and then a story that should be reported on slips through our fingers. There's a lot of news out there, and sometimes we just don't get to all of it. Fortunately for us, we realized early on we couldn't be everywhere at once -- curse the laws of physics! -- so we came up with the idea of News-Spies. Just as the title suggests, a News-Spy is a reader who notices a news item -- be it in the newspaper, on television, or something they came across at their own airport, town hall, at the office water cooler or just by walking down the street -- basically, any item a reader may think is newsworthy, that pertains to the world of aviation.

Airborne-Flight Training 06.13.24: Abandoned Students, Nolinor C172, Simming
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:39:50PM EST
Also: USN Jet Returns, MD530F Special Missions, PAL Aerospace, FedEx Picket Students of Atlantis Aviation Flight school are apparently either out the total sum of their prepaid flight training, or waiting on probate to get on with their careers, after the owners of the school died in an aircraft accident last March. Several students caught the attention of local news, sharing their plight with reporters in the hopes of continuing on with their training. Atlantis Aviation is, or was, a flight school offering students the usual zero-to-hero flight training experience in addition to the standard Part 61 experience. Nolinor Aviation has acquired a second Cessna 172 for its Become a Pilot program. This Cessna 172 (C-172), rich in history and carefully restored, will be made available to Nolinor Aviation employees, offering an exceptional pilot training opportunity. The Flight Simulation Association completed a survey of pilots and air traffic controllers across the country, looking to quantify the exact impact of home-based flight simulation on their resulting training. Now, with a plethora of free (but unvetted, to the consternation of the industry at large) information available online, it's not too surprising that kids today are seeing more benefits than those of old. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 06.07.24: Starship Stuns, D-Day Jumps, DJI at Mt Everest
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:39:43PM EST
Also: Starliner Launches, Boeing Loses Suit, AirVenture Gains Lancaster, AgEagle Sale Starship’s 4th Flight test was an engineering and visual success... providing a visual feast along much of the 66 minute journey. Starship successfully lifted off at 7:50 a.m. CT from Starbase in Texas, and completed a full-duration ascent burn. The booster’s flight ended with a landing burn and soft splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico. A handful of congressional Republican vets took a leap from a vintage C-47 Skytrain in Florida, commemorating the 80th anniversary of the beach landings on D-Day. A team of House Republicans was set to jump out of a C-47 Skytrain in commemoration of D-Day's 80th Anniversary, joined by a delegation to Normandy, France. DJI has made the first delivery tests on Mount Everest for some serious bragging rights. The company joined hands with Nepalese drone specialist Airlift, making use of the infamously brutal climate in order to show off its FlyCart 30. The little drone is able to haul 33 lbs of payload at a time even at altitude near the mountain. The FlyCart was able to haul a trio of oxygen bottles and 1.5 kilos of other supplies from the Everest Base Camp at 5,300 feet, all the way up to Camp 1. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

Airborne 06.12.24: Stupid Heli Trix, Seaplane v Boat, Aussie NIMBY
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:39:37PM EST
Also: Flt Students Abandoned, SERIOUS Balloon Action, CubCrafters Midwest, NYC Heliport Saved Suk Min Choi, known to his million-plus YouTube subscribers as Alex Choi, has been arrested and faces federal charges for “causing the placement of an explosive or incendiary device on an aircraft.” The charges result from Choi’s allegedly being the mastermind behind a scheme to create a video showing a Lamborghini speeding and doing donuts on a dry lake bed as passengers in a low-flying helicopter shoot fireworks aimed at the car. A well-filmed clip began circulating over the weekend, showing a Harbour Air seaplane as it began its takeoff roll and collided with a boat. The aircraft was operating under Harbour Air, a seaplane operator in Vancouver, Canada. The firm is a common sight there, with a handful of single-engine, high-wing turboprops tethered to the dock in between a constant stream of revenue flights. Thankfully, there were no fatalities reported... Airservices Australia logged a single resident's noise complaints in Perth more than 20,700 times throughout 2023, accounting for more than half of the entire country's noise reports in all. She wasn't the only reporter in the country with such an outsized effect, with the runner-up accounting for 4,071 complaints throughout the year. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

Airborne-NextGen 06.11.24: Archer PT 135, Harbour Air ePlane, Starship 4!
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:39:26PM EST
Also: AgEagle Sale, Osage Nation's Skyway36 Droneport, TriFan 600, DJI v Mt. Everest Archer has been given some very good news as of late, now having been granted their operator certificate from the FAA. Even better for them, they've been given the Part 135 cert too, empowering their plans for air taxi operations in the future once the Midnight aircraft is ready to go. Once in full swing, Archer will offer short-hop rides aboard their 4-passenger eVTOL aircraft. Harbour Air, an all-seaplane operator in Vancouver, announced that they would be offering a conversion program using some of their single-engine turboprops and magniX's Magni650 electric systems. They signed a letter of intent with Bel-Air Aviation, a sightseeing operator on the East Coast of Canada. Under the deal, they plan to buy 3 'eBeaver'conversions, in a deal that will replace their DHC-2's propulsion systems with the magniX equivalent. Starship’s 4th Flight test was an engineering and visual success... providing a visual feast along much of the 66 minute journey. Flight 4 ended with Starship igniting its three center Raptor engines and executing the first flip maneuver and landing burn since its suborbital campaign, followed by a soft splashdown of the ship in the Indian Ocean. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-NextGen!!!

Airborne 06.10.24: Gone West-Bill Anders, M700 FIKI, TFR Corrections
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:39:18PM EST
Also: Virgin Galactic, TBMOPA’s European Convention, B-29 Doc and B-25 Berlin Express, Fairchild XNQ-1 An astronaut who was part of what was then mankind's greatest adventure... the first flight to orbit the moon and return back, has died in an accident while flying a T-34. Bill Anders, is credited with the famous Earthrise photo of the Earth coming up over the moon (taken aboard Apollo 8), and was confirmed to be the only occupant of the aircraft. Anders was 90 years old and his loss was confirmed by his son, Greg. Piper has received Flight into Known Icing (FIKI) certification from the FAA for its M700 FURY. The FIKI system comes standard on all M700 FURY aircraft, and is an electromechanical expulsion deicing system located on the tail as well as the leading edge of the wing. The recent FAA reauthorization brings a much-needed change to a long-running problem regarding air show restrictions. The law also specifically allows for the safe operation of air show aircraft during a sporting event, so long as the aircraft do not fly over the stadium itself or adjacent parking facilities. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

Airborne 06.10.24: Gone West-Bill Anders, M700 FIKI, TFR Corrections
Fri, Jun 14,2024 07:39:09PM EST
Also: Virgin Galactic, TBMOPA’s European Convention, B-29 Doc and B-25 Berlin Express, Fairchild XNQ-1 An astronaut who was part of what was then mankind's greatest adventure... the first flight to orbit the moon and return back, has died in an accident while flying a T-34. Bill Anders, is credited with the famous Earthrise photo of the Earth coming up over the moon (taken aboard Apollo 8), and was confirmed to be the only occupant of the aircraft. Anders was 90 years old and his loss was confirmed by his son, Greg. Piper has received Flight into Known Icing (FIKI) certification from the FAA for its M700 FURY. The FIKI system comes standard on all M700 FURY aircraft, and is an electromechanical expulsion deicing system located on the tail as well as the leading edge of the wing. The recent FAA reauthorization brings a much-needed change to a long-running problem regarding air show restrictions. The law also specifically allows for the safe operation of air show aircraft during a sporting event, so long as the aircraft do not fly over the stadium itself or adjacent parking facilities. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

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