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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

Airborne 09.02.15: Legacy 450 Cert, NBAA v EPA, FAA's Paper UAV Approval

Also: Denver Aviation Charter School, ABQ Balloon Fiesta, Pilot Faces Charges, P-8A Poseidon Buy, Wounded Warriors Pilot Lost, NASA Tests Rocket Engines, JetBlue Brawl

Another new executive jet will start service later this year. It’s been announced that the FAA has certified Embraer Executive Jet’s new Legacy 450. The approval comes a few weeks after the aircraft earned certification from Brazil's civil aeronautics authority. The Legacy 450 seats up to nine people and has an operating range of 2,348 nautical miles at Mach point eight zero. The airplane has a maximum ceiling of 45,000 feet and a top speed of Mach point eight three. In formal comments submitted this week, the NBAA reiterated the Association’s significant concern over a recent announcement from the Environmental Protection Agency that the agency might consider new regulations for aircraft-carbon emissions. NBAA&rsqu

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Thu, Sep 03, 2015

Aero-TV: Rockwell Collins Pro Line Fusion - Giving the King Air Royal Treatment

The King Air Gets A First Class Upgrade... via RC's Pro Line Fusion

Rockwell Collins has come up with an STC for the installation of its Pro Line Fusion cockpit panel system in King Air airplanes. While at EAA AirVenture 2015, ANN News Editor, Tom Patton, visited with Mitch Bernstein, who is the After Marketing Manager for Rockwell Collins. Tom’s interview takes place in a King Air that has been converted to the new Pro Line Fusion display.

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Wed, Sep 02, 2015

Airborne 09.02.15: Legacy 450 Cert, NBAA v EPA, FAA's Paper UAV Approval

Also: Denver Aviation Charter School, ABQ Balloon Fiesta, Pilot Faces Charges, P-8A Poseidon Buy, Wounded Warriors Pilot Lost, NASA Tests Rocket Engines, JetBlue Brawl

Another new executive jet will start service later this year. It’s been announced that the FAA has certified Embraer Executive Jet’s new Legacy 450. The approval comes a few weeks after the aircraft earned certification from Brazil's civil aeronautics authority. The Legacy 450 seats up to nine people and has an operating range of 2,348 nautical miles at Mach point eight zero. The airplane has a maximum ceiling of 45,000 feet and a top speed of Mach point eight three. In formal comments submitted this week, the NBAA reiterated the Association’s significant concern over a recent announcement from the Environmental Protection Agency that the agency might consider new regulations for aircraft-carbon emissions. NBAA

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Wed, Sep 02, 2015

Airborne 09.01.15: RV-12 Milestone, MH370 Wreckage... NOT?, Sling 2 To Hawaii

Also: JetFuelX, Aero-Calendar, CEO Lends Corporate Jet, Citation Latitude Delivers, Trans States Pilots, Airbus Heli’s H175, Pink King Air

Van’s Aircraft tells us that On August 27, their shipping department had several orders to fill, and by the end of the day, they’d rolled the 937th RV-12 kit empennage package onto the shipping dock. While the number 937 seems like an odd number to celebrate, Van’s says that combined with the S-LSA “fly-away” RV-12s the company has constructed, the total number of RV-12 empennage kits produced and sold now totals one thousand. Despite the fact that Malaysian authorities have said with certainty that the airplane part found on Reunion Island is from the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777, which went missing March 8, 2014, French authorities are not ready to say with certainty that they agree. The French are inspecting the debris bec

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Tue, Sep 01, 2015

Airborne 09.01.15: RV-12 Milestone, MH370 Wreckage... NOT?, Sling 2 To Hawaii

Also: JetFuelX, Aero-Calendar, CEO Lends Corporate Jet, Citation Latitude Delivers, Trans States Pilots, Airbus Heli’s H175, Pink King Air

Van’s Aircraft tells us that On August 27, their shipping department had several orders to fill, and by the end of the day, they’d rolled the 937th RV-12 kit empennage package onto the shipping dock. While the number 937 seems like an odd number to celebrate, Van’s says that combined with the S-LSA “fly-away” RV-12s the company has constructed, the total number of RV-12 empennage kits produced and sold now totals one thousand. Despite the fact that Malaysian authorities have said with certainty that the airplane part found on Reunion Island is from the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777, which went missing March 8, 2014, French authorities are not ready to say with certainty that they agree. The French are inspecting the debris bec

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Tue, Sep 01, 2015

Airborne 08.31.15: CAP 'Total Force' Upgrade, NBAA v User Fees, Airshow Loss

Also: Buzz Aldrin Space Institute, Drone Spots Shark, Texting Accident, SECAF At BellHeli, B4UFLY App, NTSB MidAir Prelim, ERAU Drones

Last week ANN’s Jim Campbell was fortunate to be at the CAP National Conference when it was announced that General Mark A. Welsh announced the official recognition of the Civil Air Patrol as the fourth member of the Air Force Total Force team. The official recognition reflects CAP’s key and continuing contributions to the Air Force mission working with the Active, Guard and Reserve components to provide the Air Force with a full spectrum of distinct and complementary capabilities. The NBAA is calling on its members to contact members of Congress during this recess with a message that they should oppose any FAA reauthorization bill that calls for privatized air traffic control funded by user fees. In an email to ANN, NBAA’s Chris Strong wrote, "This

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Mon, Aug 31, 2015

Airborne 08.31.15: CAP 'Total Force' Upgrade, NBAA v User Fees, Airshow Loss

Also: Buzz Aldrin Space Institute, Drone Spots Shark, Texting Accident, SECAF At BellHeli, B4UFLY App, NTSB MidAir Prelim, ERAU Drones

Last week ANN’s Jim Campbell was fortunate to be at the CAP National Conference when it was announced that General Mark A. Welsh announced the official recognition of the Civil Air Patrol as the fourth member of the Air Force Total Force team. The official recognition reflects CAP’s key and continuing contributions to the Air Force mission working with the Active, Guard and Reserve components to provide the Air Force with a full spectrum of distinct and complementary capabilities. The NBAA is calling on its members to contact members of Congress during this recess with a message that they should oppose any FAA reauthorization bill that calls for privatized air traffic control funded by user fees. In an email to ANN, NBAA’s Chris Strong wrote, "This

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Mon, Aug 31, 2015

Airborne 08.28.15: 'Big' Bezos Announcement?, MA Aero-Taxes, Harrison Ford

Also: Barnstorming: The FAA v Hoover Fight Ain’t Over, Hail-Damaged Dreamliner, UAV Shooter Charged, NASA Global Hawk, MiG-21 Lancers, ICAO Manual

Blue Origin founder and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos plans a trip to Cape Canaveral in Florida on September 15 for what is being called a "significant announcement regarding the commercial launch industry." Bezos has reportedly been in negotiations with Space Florida that could lead to the establishment of a manufacturing facility for Blue Origin at Exploration Park south of the Kennedy Space Center's secure area on the Florida coast. The Massachusetts legislature is considering reinstating a 6.25 percent sales tax on airplane sales, parts, and maintenance that was abolished in 2002. Some in the current legislature are calling the tax break a "giveaway for wealthy executives with corporate jets." But the aviation industry counters that bringing back the t

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Sat, Aug 29, 2015

RFP: ANN Considering Future Options For HQ Relocation

A Very Bright Future For ANN, Aero-TV, and Airborne May Require Some New Digs

ANN may be looking for a new home... hopefully, a permanent one. We're currently inviting proposals for a potential NEW airport/office facility to serve as home base and studio for the Aero-News Network, Inc., the Aviation World's Real-Time News and Information Service, and our Daily Airborne Unlimited programming, our new 'Aero-Doc' documentary division, as well as other Aero-TV/Aero-Verse productions. The successful bid will require an airport friendly community and a (preferably) airport based location where we can locate both an office, and a video production studio, as well as a hangar capable of hosting upwards of two GA aircraft...

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