This is a previously unreleased video from the ANN archives.
While at the 2011 U.S. Sport Aviation Expo, ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell met with Guido Scheidt, the U.S. Sales Representative for AutoGyro. Scheidt said he recognizes that the U.S. market for autogyros is not very well developed, and his company is here to fix that.
NASA and ISS Partners Named Crews For Missions That Begin In
The crews for a number of upcoming ISS missions have been named
by NASA and its ISS partners. The crews include NASA astronauts Tom
Marshburn of Statesville, N.C., who previously was announced as
part of Expedition 34; Chris Cassidy, who was born in Salem, Mass.,
and considers York, Maine his hometown; Karen Nyberg, a native of
Vining, Minn.; Michael Hopkins, who was born in Lebanon, Mo., and
grew up in Richland, Mo.; and Rick Mastracchio of Waterbury,
Down From 302 Aircraft Delivered In The Previous Fiscal
Delivery figures released Thursday by Bombardier Aerospace
indicate the company delivered 244 aircraft for the fiscal year
ending January 31, 2011, compared to 302 aircraft deliveries in the
previous fiscal year 2009/10 (year ending January 31, 2010).
Rocket scientists and technicians abound in the Melbourne, FL,
region, and international aviation giants like Embraer are
embracing the high-caliber work force that the space
shuttle’s retirement is leaving behind.
lift obtained through airspeed because of increased efficiency of
the rotor system, whether it be when transitioning from a hover
into horizontal flight or when hovering in a
Aero-Linx: Hatz Biplane
The official webpage of the Hatz Biplane Association, dedicated
to the education and enjoyment of building and flying Hatz CB-1,
Classic, Bantam, and Kelly-D biplanes. Here you will find HBA news,
builder info, where to buy plans and information paks about the
Hatz and the Kelly-D biplanes, a forum to trade messages with other
builders, a bookstore, and much more.
“We’re at the starting gate of our economic
renaissance. We’ve got the talent, we’ve got the
land, and goodness knows we have the climate. It doesn’t take
a rocket scientist to figure out this is where international
companies should grow. Embraer just figured it out
Source: Melbourne Mayor Harry Goode,
commenting on the fact that on Monday, Embraer opens the doors
of its $41 million complex at Melbourne International Airport,
initially hiring 200 highly trained workers at an average salary of
$50,000. Annual payroll at Embraer’s first North American
aircraft-assembly plant will exceed $10 million, translating into a
local economic impact of $23 million a year.