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April 14, 2013

ANN Daily Aero-Briefing: 04.15.13

The EAA’s Airventure Cup Race Flies Again This Year…

The States of Florida and Missouri Move to Limit Drones…

The FAA Amends Spe

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First B-2 Surpasses 7,000 Flight Hours

Bombers Entered Service In July, 1996

Since the first B-2 Spirit arrived at Whiteman AFB in Missouri in July 1996, its stealthiness and massive firepower have been used in missions around the world. During its latest mission April 1, the "Spirit of Florida" and its crew became the first B-2 to surpass 7,000 flight hours.

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AgustaWestland Unveils The AW169 AAS

Latest Military Helo To Be Offered By The Company

The latest generation AW169 AAS military helicopter was unveiled by AgustaWestland at the Army Aviation Association of America Annual Professional Forum and Exposition in Fort Worth, Texas. The company says the AW169 AAS is an advanced twin-engine helicopter with the capability to meet all US Army Armed Aerial Scout (AAS) mission requirements.

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California Cities Formally End Police Helicopter Program

Aircraft Had Not Patrolled Since June, 2011

The police departments of the cities of Costa Mesa and Newport Beach, CA, have formally dissolved their agreement to jointly provide police helicopter patrols for the two cities. The Airborne Law Enforcement (ABLE) board took the action at its final meeting last Thursday.

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World’s Pilot Leaders Discuss Globalization Of Aviation

Issue Addressed At The 68th Annual IFALPA Conference

Globalization within the airline industry took center stage Friday as hundreds of pilot leaders from around the world gathered in Dublin, Ireland for the 68th Annual Conference of the International Federation of Airline Pilots’ Association (IFALPA).

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Ground Testing Completed For A320neo PurePower Engines

Pratt & Whitney Preparing For Flight Tests

Ground testing for the first Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1100G-JM engine for the Airbus A320neo family of aircraft has been successfully completed at the company's West Palm Beach, FL, test facility. The engine completed over 120 hours of testing, validating overall engine operation and fuel efficiency. The engine will next undergo flight testing on the company's experimental 747 airplane at the Mirabel Aerospace Centre in Quebec, Canada.

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Air Lease Corporation Places Six New Boeing 737-800s

Aerolíneas Argentinas Will Take Delivery Beginning In November 2014

Air Lease Corporation has announced a lease agreement with Aerolíneas Argentinas for six new Boeing 737-800 aircraft, each on lease for twelve years. The aircraft are scheduled for delivery between November 2014 and February 2016.

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NASA Selects Explorer Investigations For Formulation

Planet-Hunting Satellite, Space Station Instruments To Be Developed For 2017 Launch

NASA's Astrophysics Explorer Program has selected two missions for launch in 2017: a planet-hunting satellite and an International Space Station instrument to observe X-rays from stars. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) and Neutron Star Interior Composition Explorer (NICER) were among four concept studies submitted in September 2012.

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US Navy Taps BAE To Provide Critical Mine Detection Sensor Prototype

Protecting Sailors And U.S. Marines From Prolific Threats Is A 24-7 Need

BAE Systems has been awarded a $20 million contract to develop an advanced prototype system that detects mines and obstacles in near-shore waters for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. As part of the Coastal Battlefield Reconnaissance and Analysis (COBRA) program, the laser-based airborne system will provide 24-hour capability to ensure our troops’ safe transition from ship to shore.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (04.14.13): Unpublished Route

Unpublished Route A route for which no minimum altitude is published or charted for pilot use. It may include a direct route between NAVAIDs, a radial, a radar vector, or a final approach course beyond the segments of an instrument approach procedure.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (04.14.13)

Aero Linx: The Sports Aviation Foundation The Sports Aviation Foundation was created in November of 2011 as the Minden-Tahoe Airport’s segment of the Douglas Economic Vitality Program. We are a 501(c) 3 non-profit Foundation; a very young organization, still evolving at the Airport and in the Community. There are three main components of the Foundation to enhance safety, economic vitality, aviation heritage, and excite our youth in the fields of math and science. These three main areas are the International Soaring Complex, the Aviation Heritage Museum and Memorial Garden, and the Annual Minden-Tahoe Airport Fly In and Round-Up.

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Aero-News: Quote Of The Day (04.14.13)

"This achievement is a testament to the men and women of both the 131st and 509th Bomb Wings who take a vested interest in the B-2 mission every day. Milestones like this cannot be accomplished without the dedication they consistently provide around the clock." Source: Lt. Col. Michael Pyburn, the 131st Operations Group commander, following the news that one of their B-2s had wracked up a total of 7000 hours on a single airframe. 

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