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Thu, Jun 21, 2018

AMA Drone Report 06.21.18: NC Drone Summit, AMA v Raleigh Regs, Yuneec Typhoon H Plus

Also: ERAU UAS Program, UK Drone Rescue, ANN/AMA Oshkosh Coverage, Fat Shark 101

The North Carolina Department of Transportation is planning a Drone Summit and Flight Expo for August 5-7. Participants include key industry representatives, technology pathfinders, influential government officials, and pioneering users. A dynamic agenda of keynote talks, panel discussions, and contributed presentations covers the spectrum of commercial and public safety UAS applications. A Flight Expo will showcase drone mission capabilities by flying demonstration missions on site during the conference. AMA scored another round of cooperative responses from the City of Raleigh -- whom they counseled and worked with to craft a set of more reasonable regs than were originally proposed. AMA’s Tyler Dobbs told ANN’s AMA Drone Report that, “AMA worked with the city of Raleigh for a number of months to remove the problematic language from the original draft. This final version is a

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Thu, Jun 21, 2018

Flair Airlines Claims A New Hometown

Will Build On Success Flying From Edmonton International Airport

Flair Airlines: Flair, Canada's low-fare airline, has announced that after extensive analysis, it will build on the success of Edmonton International Airport as its Main Transfer Hub and officially establish itself as Edmonton's Hometown Airline. Flair will continue to expand its network to/from Edmonton by growing its frequency and network - both domestic and trans-border; announcing new low-fare routes in the coming weeks.  Flair will also progressively relocate its operations and executive base in Edmonton.

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Thu, Jun 21, 2018

Hong Kong’s Government Flying Service Receive H175s

Aircraft First To Be Delivered To The Country In Public Services Configuration

Hong Kong based Government Flying Service (GFS) has received three H175s in public services configuration, becoming the world’s first operator of this new variant which enlarges the H175 mission capacity to search and rescue (SAR), emergency medical services, law enforcement, firefighting as well as land and maritime border control operations.

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Thu, Jun 21, 2018

Bombardier’s Global 7500 Jets Begin Arriving in Montreal

On-Schedule Ramp-Up Continues And Program Surpasses 2,300 Flight Test Hours

Bombardier announced that Global 7500 aircraft started arriving at the company’s Montreal facilities last month, where high-precision completion work is being carried out on this industry-defining jet. Skilled workers at Bombardier’s state-of-the-art Center of Excellence in Dorval, Quebec, have been building and assembling complete interior sets including kitchens, state room beds, dining furniture and Nuage seats for multiple customer aircraft since the centre’s inauguration in 2017.

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Thu, Jun 21, 2018

JetBlue Marks Return To Pre-Hurricane Levels Of Service In Puerto Rico

Operating Up To 48 Flights Per Day From The Island To 13 Cities During Summer Peak Season

JetBlue, Puerto Rico’s largest airline, recently marked the return of its full flight schedule on the island after last year’s hurricanes by celebrating with customers, crewmembers and partners today at San Juan’s Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU). JetBlue’s return of capacity, which coincides with its 16th anniversary of service in San Juan, came six months earlier than originally planned, given the improved demand for travel to Puerto Rico as the island continues to recover from Hurricane Maria and welcomes new visitors.

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Thu, Jun 21, 2018

Black Swift Technologies Awarded NASA Contract

Will Develop UAS For Atmospheric Observations Of Venus

Black Swift Technologies (BST), a specialized engineering firm recognized for its purpose-built scientific aerial platforms, has been awarded a NASA contract to develop an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) to perform upper atmospheric observations of the planet Venus.

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Thu, Jun 21, 2018

NASA Awards The Short Wave Infrared Sensor Chip Assembly For WFIRST

California Company Will Provide 72 Devices For The Spacecraft

NASA has awarded a contract to Teledyne Scientific & Imaging, LLC, Camarillo, California, for the Short Wave Infrared Sensor Chip Assembly (SCA) for the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) Project.

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Thu, Jun 21, 2018

Air Georgian Announces Ratification of First Collective Agreement With UNIFOR

Vote For The Pact Was Over 90 Percent

Air Georgian has ratified a three-year collective bargaining agreement with Unifor, with 91 percent of members voting in favor of the agreement. Air Georgian and Unifor have worked collaboratively to produce this first ever contract, which sets the foundation for a long term positive working relationship.

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Thu, Jun 21, 2018

Pilot Fatally Injured In Alaska Midair Laid To Rest In Airplane Cockpit

Family Said A Cherokee 180 Was His 'Dream Airplane'

Flight instructor and pastor James Poelman, who was fatally injured last week in a midair collision over the Big Susitna River in Alaska, was laid to rest Monday in the cockpit of an aircraft his family said was his "dream airplane."

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Thu, Jun 21, 2018

ESA Sentinel-3 Flies Tandem

Two Satellites Flying In Formation In Orbit

The key to monitoring Earth’s changing environment and to guaranteeing a consistent stream of satellite data to improve our daily lives is to take the same measurements over the course of decades. But how do you know that measurements from successive satellites, even though identical in build, are like for like?

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