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Wed, Aug 31, 2016

Airborne 08.31.16: SpaceX To Relaunch Booster, Flaris Jet, Caravan Move

Also: ALPA On Small UAS, 2016 AMA Expo, Mars Simulation, Airlines Fined, Helicopter Ban, Floatplane Dog Rescue, Co-Pilot Arrested

Many experts claim that buying a late-model “pre-owned car” is a better value than buying a new one. Could it be that the same holds true for launching a satellite on a late-model “flight-proven rocket booster?” A satellite, which will be in a geostationary orbit and expand SES’s capabilities across Latin America, is scheduled for launch in the 4th quarter of this year. SES-10 will be the first-ever satellite to launch on a SpaceX ‘flight-proven rocket booster.’ The Polish company that is building a very small personal single-engine jet has successfully run the aircraft's engine for the first time. In an update posted to the Flaris website, the company says it has just finished adapting the fuselage of the Flaris

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Wed, Aug 31, 2016

Aero-TV: The New TN72 & the TT22 - Trig Transponders Prep For ADS-B

Space Saving Transponders To Meet The 2020 Mandate…

While at the EAA AirVenture 2016, ANN News Editor, Tom Patton, checked in with Trig Avionics to see what’s new and to get the inside scoop on their products. Tom had the opportunity to speak with Trig Avionics Marketing Manager, John Roper, and in this discussion the topic is the interface of the transponder and ADS-B Out. Roper starts the conversation by addressing experimental and light sport market and the application of their TT22 transponder.

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Wed, Aug 31, 2016

Airborne 08.30.16: Commercial UAS Takes-Off, SWA Engine Failure, MH370 Debris

Also: Humans-To-Mars, Burgess-Wright Model-F, Aero-Calendar, Sport CFI NPRM, Air Safety Forum, Stemme Tragedy, PowerEgg

As we reported in our Monday edition of Airborne Unlimited, regulations governing recreational and commercial operations of small, unmanned aircraft systems are now in effect, and the reactions are now coming in. AUVSI President and CEO, Brian Wynne, said at a press conference on Monday that with regulations governing civil and commercial operations of unmanned aircraft systems now in effect, more businesses and innovators are poised to take flight and unlock the tremendous economic benefits of the technology. Wynne added that the UAS industry is poised to be one of the fastest-growing in American history. A Southwest Airlines flight from New Orleans to Orlando, Florida made an emergency landing at Pensacola International Airport on Saturday after the airplane suf

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Wed, Aug 31, 2016

ANN FAQ: Here's How YOU Can Support The 'Let Bob Fly!' Documentary Project

Bob Has Asked ANN To Help Him Tell A Story That Could Transform The Fight For Airmen Rights... YOU Can Help!

Just a few days ago, ANN dropped the first hints (of many to come) of what has become an all-involving endeavor... to undertake an inspiring, exacting, professional, long-form documentary covering the tumultuous FAA v Bob Hoover debacle. 'Let Bob Fly!' is the working title for an aggressive and somewhat controversial new documentary. Some 20 years ago, one of the greatest living aviators was grounded by two FAA inspectors based on hearsay, innuendo and suspicious conjecture. The resulting fight cost Hoover three years of his life, untold amounts of money, and embarrassed the American aviation community to the core. At events like Lakeland, ICAS, Oshkosh, dozens of airshows all over the world, and the AOPA Conventions; people gathered, protested, made themselves heard and made it abundantly clear that the FAA had gone too far -- and that support for Hoover was pretty much an industry mandate.

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Wed, Aug 31, 2016

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (08.31.16)

“While a new contract is certainly not a done deal, this is the next step in the process.” Source: SWAPA President, Captain Jon Weaks.

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Wed, Aug 31, 2016

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (08.31.16): Aeronautical Beacon

A visual NAVAID displaying flashes of white and/or colored light to indicate the location of an airport, a heliport, a landmark, a certain point of a Federal airway in mountainous terrain, or an obstruction.

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Wed, Aug 31, 2016

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (08.31.16)

General Aviation ADS-B Rebate Program

Latest updates from the FAA concerning its efforts to help pilots meet the 2020 deadline for ADS-B Out equipage.

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Tue, Aug 30, 2016

Airborne 08.30.16: Commercial UAS Takes-Off, SWA Engine Failure, MH370 Debris

Also: Humans-To-Mars, Burgess-Wright Model-F, Aero-Calendar, Sport CFI NPRM, Air Safety Forum, Stemme Tragedy, PowerEgg

As we reported in our Monday edition of Airborne Unlimited, regulations governing recreational and commercial operations of small, unmanned aircraft systems are now in effect, and the reactions are now coming in. AUVSI President and CEO, Brian Wynne, said at a press conference on Monday that with regulations governing civil and commercial operations of unmanned aircraft systems now in effect, more businesses and innovators are poised to take flight and unlock the tremendous economic benefits of the technology. Wynne added that the UAS industry is poised to be one of the fastest-growing in American history. A Southwest Airlines flight from New Orleans to Orlando, Florida made an emergency landing at Pensacola International Airport on Saturday after the airplane suf

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Tue, Aug 30, 2016

Aero-TV: No Longer A Top Secret - One Aviation Unveils Project ‘Canada‘

The Engine And Airframe Changes Made To The Eclipse Allow More Flexibility...

While at EAA AirVenture 2016, ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, took advantage of one of the really nice days to search out Alan Klapmeier, the CEO of One Aviation. Jim wanted to talk about the latest variation of their Eclipse aircraft which, for the time being, is being referred to as ‘Canada’. Just the name ‘Eclipse’ is exciting because of its unique position in the field of personal jets, and now more is on the way.

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Tue, Aug 30, 2016

Aero-TV: No Longer A Top Secret - One Aviation Unveils Project ‘Canada‘

The Engine And Airframe Changes Made To The Eclipse Allow More Flexibility

 
While at EAA AirVenture 2016, ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, took advantage of one of the really nice days to search out Alan Klapmeier, the CEO of One Aviation. Jim wanted to talk about the latest variation of their Eclipse aircraft which, for the time being, is being referred to as ‘Canada’.

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