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Thu, Sep 19, 2019

ZeroAvia Announces U.K. Government Grant To Develop Zero Emission Aviation

Award Valued At Approximately $3.3 Million

ZeroAvia, the leading innovator in decarbonising commercial aviation, today announced that it has received a £2.7m (approx. $3.3 million) grant from the U.K. Government to support in the development of the principal technology to enable practical, zero emission aviation in commercial aircraft.

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Thu, Sep 19, 2019

Airlink And United Airlines Conduct Hurricane Dorian Relief Flight

Brings Critical Supplies, Relief Teams To The Bahamas

As parts of the Bahamas fight to recover from the devastating impacts of Hurricane Dorian, humanitarian relief organization Airlink has partnered with United Airlines to operate a flight carrying critical supplies and relief teams for five nonprofits this week.

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Thu, Sep 19, 2019

AMA Drone Report 09.19.19: Flts Over People, Women & Drones, China UAV Ban?

Also: NASA's Dragonfly, Area 51 TFR, KDOT UAV Airport Inspections, Commercial Drone Market Gains

OK... this episode is loaded with a lot of regulatory stuff... so strap in and hang on... Since Part 107 came into effect in the summer of 2016, UAS operators in the United States have attempted to figure out how to get FAA approval to operate over people. These attempts had very limited success as thousands of waiver applications were rejected. All that changed this past June. Hensel Phelps, a general contractor out of Colorado, successfully secured a 107.39 for operations over people using the new ParaZero SafeAir + ASTM Professional Kit. The ASTM compliant SafeAir System broke through the waiver barrier and has proven to be the only truly scalable solution for operations over people. In the 3 months since the Hensel Phelps waiver, a total of 20 waivers for operations over people have been approved! Women And Drones has announced the 2019 Women to Watch in UAS List. The award i

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Thu, Sep 19, 2019

AMA Drone Report 09.12.19: ANAFI FPV, EAA Comments on Amazon, Remote ID SNAFU

Also: Drone Threat Against Heathrow, Football Foul-Up, Iran Arrests Drone Pilots, Flirtey Unveils 'The Future'

The ANAFI FPV drone from Parrot puts the operator in the cockpit of Parrot’s new ultraportable UAV. The aircraft delivers live, immersive video from its 180-degree tilting camera to the included Cockpit Glasses. Parrot says that the ANAFI FPV boasts in-depth manual controls for piloting and imaging, 4K HDR video and 21-megapixel images, easy-to-use modes and presets, portability, long battery life, and on the go USB-C charging. The FPV experience is undertaken by pairing a smartphone to ANAFI FPV with the FreeFlight 6.6 app, placing the phone in the included Cockpit glasses, placing them on your head, and taking flight. Safety for manned aircraft, not commercial expediency, must be the priority for federal air regulators as they consider an exemption application by Amazon regar

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Thu, Sep 19, 2019

AIR Convention Europe 2019 Begins

Gathers Around 700 Aviation Leaders In Lithuania

On September 17th, more than 700 aviation industry experts arrived in Vilnius, Lithuania to start the new session of talks about the present and future of the global commercial aviation market. The second AIR Convention Europe has officially gotten underway.

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Thu, Sep 19, 2019

Collins Aerospace Broadens Communication Capabilities For USAF U-2 Dragon Lady

Upgrade To High Frequency Radios Adds Real-Time Command And Control Capability

Collins Aerospace Systems has been selected by the U.S. Air Force (USAF) to upgrade its fleet of U-2 Dragon Lady aircraft with HF-9087D High Frequency (HF) radios. With a primary mission of reconnaissance, the U-2 will gain the ability to securely transfer Command and Control (C2) data in real-time over HF while still maintaining reliable, clear voice communications beyond line of sight.

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Thu, Sep 19, 2019

Bombardier Delivers First Of Three Global 6000 Business Jets To The Luftwaffe

Two Additional Aircraft To Be Delivered By The End Of The Year

Bombardier has delivered the first of three Global 6000 business jets destined for use by the Luftwaffe, Germany’s air force. The Luftwaffe, a longtime Bombardier aircraft operator, will use the Global 6000 business jets to fulfill political and parliamentary transport requirements.

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Thu, Sep 19, 2019

Trillium Engineering Tests New h.265 Video Encoder For Tactical Drones

Designed To Increase Resolution Of Video Captured By Unmanned Aircraft

Trillium Engineering, a manufacturer of gimbaled camera systems for small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), successfully conducted a test flight of a new video processor that will dramatically improve the operation of Group 2 UAS.

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Thu, Sep 19, 2019

Redbird Skyport At San Marcos Airport Has Closed

Shuttered After Eight Years Losing Money

The Redbird Skyport at San Marcos Airport in Texas (KHYI) closed its doors for good last week after eight years in operation during which Redbird founder Jerry Gregoire said it "never made a dime."

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Thu, Sep 19, 2019

USAF To Awards Small Rocket Orbital Launch Contract

Aevum Will Conduct The Horizontal Launches From Cecil Field In Jacksonville, FL

The U.S. Air Force’s Rocket Systems Launch Program (RSLP) office, part of the Space and Missile Systems Center Launch Enterprise, has awarded a $4.9 million contract to Aevum, Inc.for the Agile Small Launch Operational Normalizer (ASLON)-45 space lift mission via RSLP’s Small Rocket Program-Orbital (SRP-O) framework. The ASLON-45 mission will provide orbital launch services in support of the Department of Defense Space Test Program and other Government agencies; improving the DOD’s real-time threat warnings.

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