Never-Ending Lineup includes Class III PFD, EA100 Autopilot
Attitude Interface, Engine Monitoring and Evolution Backup
Aspen Avionics has filled in the blanks after a
series of announcements was made a few days ago during ANN's LIVE
Aero-Streaming of AEA2010's exciting New Product Introduction
forums. The company has added details about pricing
and availability for new products to be released by the company
Evolution Synthetic Vision Will Be Available In Q1, 2011
Aspen Avionics will be adding Evolution Synthetic Vision to its
Evolution 1000 Pro Primary Flight Display (PFD) in Q1, 2011. The
feature will be available as a software upgrade to Evolution Flight
Displays in the field and an option to new Evolution PFDs from
NASA, JAXA Will Combine Satellite Resources To Double
In a unique collaboration between national space agencies, the
United States and Japan began combining elements of their satellite
resources on Monday to increase a critical type of Earth
ANN Daily Touch-And-Go:
04.14.10 (ANN's Short-Form Daily News
ANN Daily Aero-Briefing:
04.14.10 (ANN's Long-Form Daily News
ANN Special Feature: AEA History &
Scholarships - 04.14.10 (ANN Special
Report, with AEA President Paula Derks)
Hawker Beechcraft is debuting the 50th anniversary Beechcraft
Baron G58 this week. The limited edition Baron that incorporates
high performance Hartzell Scimitar propellers, elegant interior
design features and amenities, and a choice of four distinctive
external paint schemes.
Stromberg Brings 25 Years Of Software And Aviation
Jerry Stromberg has joined Appareo Systems as an account
executive on the sales and marketing team. His responsibilities
will include supporting Appareo's existing customers and driving
the growth of the company's custom engineering services.
Located at the Burlington, VT Airport, Heritage Aviation Offers
Heritage Aviation will unveil its brand new,
79,000-square-foot, eco-friendly Fixed Base Operation (FBO) at the
Burlington International Airport (BTV) during a celebration to be
held on May 20, 2010. The company is proud to offer a full-service
facility with 24/7 service at this important international
American Legend Intro's Classic J3 Certified S-LSA
American Legend Aircraft is introducing the Classic J3.
This 'new' aircraft is based on the Legend Cub incorporating
numerous safety improving and "slimming" features. It will be S-LSA
certified. The Classic J3 will be priced at $94,895.00 complete and
ready to fly.
Three Guys, Three Helicycles... Way Too Much Fun
See Part One Of This
Some years ago, it was my pleasure and privelege to get to know
a gentle, sweet man by the name of BJ Schramm. Uncommonly talented
in all things rotary-wing related, BJ had a gift for rotors and was
a truly great human being, to boot.
Adding Aviation Tire Retreading To Existing New Tire Production
And Creates 74 New Jobs
$11.3 Million Dollars... that's what Michelin North America says
it will invest iin the expansion of its aviation tire operations in
Norwood, N.C. Beginning in the second half of 2010, the company
will add aviation tire retreading to its current aviation new tire
manufacturing at the site. The project is expected to create 74 new
jobs phased in over the next 18 months.
A T-39N Sabreliner went down near Ellijay, Ga.,
at approximately 1600, April 12th. There were four personnel aboard
the aircraft assigned to Training Air Wing Six based out of Naval
Air Station Pensacola, Fla.
Company Continues Nearly A Decade Of GPS Ground Support
As part of the Raytheon team awarded the space-based Global
Positioning System (GPS) advanced control segment program (OCX),
Boeing announced Monday that it will develop portions of the U.S.
Air Force's new ground control segment.
Republic Airways Holdings has disclosed that the Frontier name
and (in)famous “spokesanimals” will be the face of the
unified branded airline. The announcement was made Tuesday morning
during simultaneous press conferences in Frontier’s hometown
of Denver and Midwest’s hometown of Milwaukee.
AF Plan Could Have "Severely" Inhibited Air Guard's
Nearly 45,000 National Guard officers are expressing their
approval of a bi-partisan congressional effort to turn back an Air
Force plan to take C-130 cargo planes from the Air Guard to replace
aging active-component aircraft.
Ames Research Center, one of 10 NASA field installations, is
located in the heart of California's Silicon Valley at the core of
the research cluster of high-tech companies, universities and
laboratories that define the region's character. With over $3.0
billion in capital equipment, 2,300 research personnel and a $600
million annual budget, Ames' economic impact is significant.
"No one in the Air Force can cite a single example when
the Air Guard did not show up when called... And we keep
asking for examples."
Source: A portion of the comments
associated with a statement issued by nearly 45,000 National Guard
officers who expressed their approval of a bi-partisan
congressional effort to turn back an Air Force plan to take C-130
cargo planes from the Air Guard to replace aging active-component