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Fri, Jul 25, 2014

OSH2013, Day Four, Revisited: Big Beech Deal, Hartzell, FreeFlight, Yuneec

Also: Pelton Intvw Part 4, King Schools, Night Air Show Highlights

Beechcraft has come roaring back from reorganization to land the largest order of prop-driven airplanes in history. Hartzell Propeller announced a multi-year partnership with Team AeroDynamix, the world's largest formation aerobatic team, at AirVenture 2013. FreeFlight Systems announced that the FAA has issued TSO authorization for the RANGR (Ranger) FDL-978-XVR ADS-B transceiver family with optional internal WAAS/GPS. King Schools, together with Helicopter Association International (HAI) announced Thursday that they will release the first ever online Flight Instructor Refresher Course (FIRC) specifically designed for helicopter flight instructors. Green Wing International began sales of its e-Spyder electric Experimental/Amateur-built aircraft Monday. The e-Spyder is a single-place airplane powered by a Yuneec electric motor that has received certification in Germany. Each day th

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Fri, Jul 25, 2014

FAA Says Part 23 Re-Write Is Two Years Behind Schedule

Final Rule Now Not Expected Before December 2017

The FAA's Associate Administrator for Aviation Safety Peggy Gilligan told the House Transportation Aviation Subcommittee Wednesday that the Part 23 re-write is about two years behind schedule, with a final rule now expected in December 2017.

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Fri, Jul 25, 2014

Dutch Safety Board Heads Investigation Into MH17 Incident

Probe Underway, Black Boxes Currently Being Analyzed 

The Dutch Safety Board took over formal responsibility for the air crash investigation from Ukraine Wednesday evening. The two black boxes have since arrived in the United Kingdom, where they are currently being read out and analyzed by a team of international specialists. The on-site investigation in Ukraine is currently in underway.

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Fri, Jul 25, 2014

Trig Avionics Announces New ADS-B Out Solution

TN70 WAAS GPS Receiver Optimized For Use With Other Trig Avionics

Trig Avionics is introducing its new TN70 WAAS GPS with companion Antenna, optimized for use with Trig products.

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Fri, Jul 25, 2014

Klyde Morris 07.25.14

At Least They're All Actual Places ...

FMI: www.klydemorris.com

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Fri, Jul 25, 2014

AeroSports Update: Meet the Superstars Of Aerobatic Performers

The Concorde Battery Corporation Hosts A Daily ‘Meet And Greet’ Session With Airshow Performers At Their AirVenture Booth

One of the great adventures of EAA AirVenture Oshkosh is to watch the outstanding performers strut their stuff in the afternoon air shows. To the casual observer they seem to be performing maneuvers that are beyond the capabilities of a sane human.

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Fri, Jul 25, 2014

ANN's 'Who's Who' At Oshkosh: Nathan Cremisino

Introducing Staff, Stringers, Videographers, And People Who Make It All Work

Anyone who's ever been to Oshkosh knows that there are hundreds of events and activities as well as tens of thousands of people that descend (some quite literally) on Wittman Regional Airport in mid-summer. While we have a very hard-working and dedicated staff, ANN could not provide you with the extensive information we do without the help of some equally ... some might say more ... dedicated volunteers who give a week of their time to make sure you have the best possible coverage of the show.

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Fri, Jul 25, 2014

SpaceX Soft Lands Falcon 9 Rocket First Stage

Confirms Ability Of Booster To Touch Down At Near Zero Velocity

Following last week's successful launch of six ORBCOMM satellites, the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket’s first stage that carried the satellite to orbit reentered Earth’s atmosphere and soft landed in the Atlantic Ocean. SpaceX says this test confirms that the Falcon 9 booster is able to consistently reenter from space at hypersonic velocity, restart main engines twice, deploy landing legs and touch down at near zero velocity.

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Fri, Jul 25, 2014

Indiana 17-Year-Old Down During Around-The-World Attempt

A-36 Bonanza Went Down In The Pacific Ocean, Boy's Father Still Missing

An Indiana teenager who was attempting to fly around the world with his father in an A-36 Bonanza was fatally injured Tuesday when the plane went down in the Pacific ocean between American Samoa and Hawaii.

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Fri, Jul 25, 2014

WingX Pro Allows AirVenture NOTAM Display With Moving Map

Technique Applies To Any PDF File

For those pilots lucky enough to be flying in to AirVenture next week, it can get really busy so, WingX has tried to make it easier. WingX Pro7's documents feature enables you to easily import any number of documents, including the AirVenture NOTAM.

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