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Wed, Nov 14, 2018

IATA: 'Spirit of Change' Needed To Improve European Competitiveness

Developing A Competitiveness Toolkit To Provide Analysis Of Air Connectivity

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called for a spirit of change from governments to capture the social and economic benefits of air connectivity, by enabling a more competitive air transport sector.

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Wed, Nov 14, 2018

Pilots Question Training For 737 MAX

New Stall Prevention Feature Was Not Adequately Publicized, Regulators Say

An automated stall-prevention system on Boeing's new 737 MAX airplanes was not properly publicized, and is being looked at as a possible contributing factor in an accident in Indonesia that fatally injured 189 people when one of the planes went down October 29.

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Wed, Nov 14, 2018

DOT OIG Releases FAA UAS Waiver Report

Finds Opportunities Exist For FAA To Strengthen Its Review And Oversight Processes For Unmanned Aircraft System Waivers

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) represent a substantial economic and technological opportunity for the United States. To advance the safe integration of commercial UAS into the National Airspace System (NAS), the FAA published a rule for small UAS in June 2016. However, the rule does not permit several operations that are highly valued by industry but considered to be higher risk, such as operating beyond line of sight or over people.

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Wed, Nov 14, 2018

KIST: Enhancing Drone Flight Duration With Lithium Metal Ion Batteries

Technology Has Been Developed Which Exhibits Twice The Energy Density That Of Conventional Lithium-Ion Battery

The Korean Ministry of Science and ICT have announced that a new Lithium Metal Ion battery has been developed by the KIST researchers lead by Dr. Won Il Cho. The developed battery possesses twice the energy density that of conventional Lithium Ion batteries, which are commonly used in smartphones and portable computers. The developed Lithium Metal Ion batteries are capable of maintaining 80% of the initial performance after going through more than 1,200 charge/discharge cycles.

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Wed, Nov 14, 2018

Airshow Announcer Hugh Oldham Announces Retirement

Has Been Narrating Airshows For More Than 40 Years

Veteran airshow announces Hugh Oldham has announced he is hanging up his microphone, at least mostly.

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Wed, Nov 14, 2018

ATR And Air New Zealand Explore The Future Of A Regional Aviation Ecosystem

Hybrid Aircraft Are Part Of The Equation

ATR and Air New Zealand have signed an agreement to explore the role of new propulsion technologies, could play in the future of the regional aircraft ecosystem.

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Wed, Nov 14, 2018

Bristow Group Announces CEO Transition

Jonathan Baliff To Retire From The Company Following Columbia Helicopters, Inc. Acquisition Close

Bristow Group has announced the upcoming retirement of Jonathan E. Baliff, Chief Executive Officer of Bristow Group, in the coming months. Thomas N. Amonett, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of Bristow, has been appointed to serve as the interim President of the Company during the CEO transition process.

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Wed, Nov 14, 2018

U.K. Transport Official Says Third Heathrow Runway Is Not Enough

Demand Over The Next 30 Years Will Outpace Capacity, According To Sarah Bishop

A third runway at Heathrow Airport will only put a temporary dent in the growing passenger demand over the next 30 years, according to a U.K. Department for Transport official.

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Wed, Nov 14, 2018

Aero-TV: A Sporty’s Pilot Shop Overview - ‘At Heart, We’re An Aviation Company’

One Of The True Success Stories In The Industry
 
Those of us who have been around General Aviation for decades have always know the name Sporty's Pilot Shop. Earlier this year, Aero-News Editor in Chief Jim Campbell sat down with John Zimmerman, the VP of Sporty's Catalog Division, to talk about the company's roots and future plans.

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Wed, Nov 14, 2018

Japan Post Company Transporting Documents By Drone

Service Offered Six Days Each Month In Fukushima

The Japan Post Company has initiated a pilot program to deliver documents by drone in Fukushima. The first such delivery took place last Wednesday, according to the Japan Times. It follows an easing of regulations in Japan in September intended to help deal with labor shortages in the transportation industry.

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