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Thu, Jan 19, 2017

Aero-TV: The 'All-New' M600 Program - Piper's New 'Leader Of The Pack'

The Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition Lets Us Take a Close Look at Piper’s M600…
 
Piper Aircraft is proud of their new M600 single-engine turboprop, and our ANN crew decided to take a look and provide you with the inside scoop on this new airplane. While at the National Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) held in November 2016, ANN News Editor, Tom Patton, linked up with Drew McEwen, who is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Piper Aircraft.

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Thu, Jan 19, 2017

Airborne 01.18.17: AirVenture 2017, King Schools Drone Test, Tico Warbirds

Also: Plastic Fuel, 747 Down, Great Lakes, Lily Suit, Neffenger Stepping Down, Coast Flt Training, Boeing-SpiceJet

EAA-AirVenture is many things to many people, and not the least of these is the story of historic flights and great aviators as well as the latest innovations to be found in recreational aviation. In order to highlight all of these, EAA has adopted a “theme format” to make it easier for individuals to find what it is that interests them the most at EAA AirVenture 2017. Historic aviation achievements, legendary pilots, and groundbreaking innovations will all be featured as some of the themes, and each day of AirVenture will feature a program or occurrence that presents unique highlights for the theme being featured on that specific day. We’ve been told the 40th Annual Tico Warbird Airshow will be held on March 10-12, and will include the USAF Thunderbirds, a unique Ni

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Wed, Jan 18, 2017

Airborne 01.18.17: AirVenture 2017, King Schools Drone Test, Tico Warbirds

Also: Plastic Fuel, 747 Down, Great Lakes, Lily Suit, Neffenger Stepping Down, Coast Flt Training, Boeing-SpiceJet

EAA-AirVenture is many things to many people, and not the least of these is the story of historic flights and great aviators as well as the latest innovations to be found in recreational aviation. In order to highlight all of these, EAA has adopted a “theme format” to make it easier for individuals to find what it is that interests them the most at EAA AirVenture 2017. Historic aviation achievements, legendary pilots, and groundbreaking innovations will all be featured as some of the themes, and each day of AirVenture will feature a program or occurrence that presents unique highlights for the theme being featured on that specific day. We’ve been told the 40th Annual Tico Warbird Airshow will be held on March 10-12, and will include the USAF Thunderbirds, a unique Ni

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Wed, Jan 18, 2017

Airborne 01.17.17: Gene Cernan, KSMO NIMBY's Threaten AvBiz, Lily Drones Kaput

Also: Gone West: Bill Bordeleau, Aero-Calendar, Duncan Aviation, Norwegian Air, Drone Advisory, QinetiQ, Drone v Space Needle

We’re sorry to report that, according to a Tweet from NASA, Apollo 17 Commander Gene Cernan passed away on Monday at the age of 82. Captain Cernan was one of fourteen astronauts selected by NASA in October 1963. He logged 566 hours and 15 minutes in space-of which more than 73 hours were spent on the surface of the moon. It’s reported that Cernan’s flight to the moon was the most scientifically rewarding of all the lunar flights. When speaking of all the crazy happenings going on at Santa Monica Airport in California, it leads us to paraphrase the statement from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, which goes something like this, “The protesters doth protest too much, methinks.” In modern English, we might say the protesters are making fools of themselv

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Tue, Jan 17, 2017

Airborne 01.17.17: Gene Cernan, KSMO NIMBY's Threaten AvBiz, Lily Drones Kaput

Also: Gone West: Bill Bordeleau, Aero-Calendar, Duncan Aviation, Norwegian Air, Drone Advisory, QinetiQ, Drone v Space Needle

We’re sorry to report that, according to a Tweet from NASA, Apollo 17 Commander Gene Cernan passed away on Monday at the age of 82. Captain Cernan was one of fourteen astronauts selected by NASA in October 1963. He logged 566 hours and 15 minutes in space-of which more than 73 hours were spent on the surface of the moon. It’s reported that Cernan’s flight to the moon was the most scientifically rewarding of all the lunar flights. When speaking of all the crazy happenings going on at Santa Monica Airport in California, it leads us to paraphrase the statement from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, which goes something like this, “The protesters doth protest too much, methinks.” In modern English, we might say the protesters are making fools of themselv

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Tue, Jan 17, 2017

Airborne 01.16.17: Dynon/EAA STC Expands, SpaceX, Chao Coy On ATC Privatization

Also: Project Titan, Part 23 Rule, SportAv HoF, Iran Air, FL's Space Coast, Galaxy Note7 Warnings, Boeing Employees

When Dynon and EAA announced that they had worked together to obtain an STC allowing the Dynon EFIS-D10A and EFIS-D100 displays to be installed in type certificated aircraft, it was a major step forward in bringing the technology and safety found in experimental homebuilt aircraft to the market for type certificated aircraft. Now, an expanded model list for EAA’s Accessible Safety STC has been granted by the FAA. The approval is now includes six models of Beechcraft airplanes, 14 various Cessna models of aircraft, five models of Piper PA series aircraft, and some models of the Maule, Mooney, and Grumman AA series aircraft. This weekend, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 successfully delivered 10 satellites to low-Earth orbit for Iridium. The 10 satellites are the first of at least 70 sat

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Mon, Jan 16, 2017

Airborne 01.16.17: Dynon/EAA STC Expands, SpaceX, Chao Coy On ATC Privatization

Also: Project Titan, Part 23 Rule, SportAv HoF, Iran Air, FL's Space Coast, Galaxy Note7 Warnings, Boeing Employees

When Dynon and EAA announced that they had worked together to obtain an STC allowing the Dynon EFIS-D10A and EFIS-D100 displays to be installed in type certificated aircraft, it was a major step forward in bringing the technology and safety found in experimental homebuilt aircraft to the market for type certificated aircraft. Now, an expanded model list for EAA’s Accessible Safety STC has been granted by the FAA. The approval is now includes six models of Beechcraft airplanes, 14 various Cessna models of aircraft, five models of Piper PA series aircraft, and some models of the Maule, Mooney, and Grumman AA series aircraft. This weekend, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 successfully delivered 10 satellites to low-Earth orbit for Iridium. The 10 satellites are the first of at least 70 sat

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