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Airborne 07.06.15

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Mon, Jul 06, 2015

Airborne 07.06.15: Solar Impulse 2, FAA Reauth Delay, Airline Investigation

Also: SpaceX Test, The G500, Senate Appropriations, TSA Causes Cash Confiscation, NASA v Thunderstorms, Virgin Atlantic Cuts, Bristow Scholarship

Even those of us who love flying will have to admit that being cramped into a single place cockpit for 5 days in an aircraft that is lucky to hit 50 miles per hour has got to be pushing the limits of having a good time. That’s exactly what Pilot Andre Borschberg had done when he landed the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 airplane at Kalaeloa Airport, Hawaii last Friday. The flight from Japan lasted 118 hours and covered about 5,144 miles across the Pacific Ocean. We had expected to see the draft FAA Reauthorization Bill release by now, but that isn’t going to happen. The U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee cancelled its planned release of a draft this month and it appears the bill now won't be shown to the public until sometim

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Mon, Jul 06, 2015

Aero-TV: An Intro To Quad-Copters – Horizon Hobby Explains A Model Revolution

The Quadcopter Revolution Is In Full Swing... Here's Info On How To Join In!

While at eFest 2015, ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, talks with a company known as Horizon Hobby to find out what’s going on in the rapidly changing world of remote control (RC) aircraft. In this interview, Jim talks with James Haley, the multirotor category manager for Horizon Hobby, about the new world of RC quadcopters. The term “quadcopters” started when the first toy versions of the 4 rotor vertical lift type models hit the market. Horizon Hobby uses the term multirotor because quadcopters have now progressed into more than 4 rotors.

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Mon, Jul 06, 2015

Yuneec International Adds The Power Of 4K To The Typhoon Family

Whether A Beginner Or Experienced Flyer, Typhoon Q500 4K Offers Smart Features For A Safe And Easy Flight

Yuneec International has launched the Typhoon Q500 4K. The newest member of the Typhoon family produces unparalleled 4K video quality and 12 megapixel still images while delivering Yuneec's standard of ready, easy and safe flight to consumers everywhere.

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Mon, Jul 06, 2015

Klyde Morris (07.06.15)

Excuse The Pun... But Klyde Is Clearly Having A Blast -- Pilot Style

FMI: www.klydemorris.com

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Mon, Jul 06, 2015

AeroSports Update: Sporty’s Catalog Just Got Bigger

Legend Cub and Sporty's Pilot Shop Partner on Sales and Sweepstakes

The American Legend Aircraft Company has announced a twofold partnership with Sporty's Pilot Shop. First, Sporty's will award a new Legend Cub as its next sweepstakes aircraft. Secondly, Sporty's will offer new aircraft sales of the Legend Cub through its FBO, Eastern Cincinnati Aviation.

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Mon, Jul 06, 2015

SpaceX Plans Downrange Abort Test From Kennedy Space Center

Relocated From Vandenberg AFB In California

A planned in-flight abort test for the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft has been moved from Vandenberg AFB in California to Pad 39A at Cape Canaveral in Florida ... and has been delayed until further notice.

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Mon, Jul 06, 2015

Airborne 07.03.15: New Trig Avionics, Cargo Biz Grows, iOS GPS Fix

Also: 'No Drone Zone', Aviation v Media, Women's Air Race Classic, Houston Spaceport, Navy's New A/C Launch System, GA Fly Safe, FAA InFO

Trig Avionics tells us they are unveiling their new avionic stack products for the first time at EAA AirVenture this year. Trig says it's TY96 and TY97 Aviation Radios define a new standard in dual 25 kHz and 8.33 kHz radio design with a slimline case that is only 1.3 inches high. They are being touted as the perfect replacement for older legacy radios such as the KY196A, KY197A or SL40. With the air cargo market showing signs of life, Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings Inc. has brought a 747-400 freighter out of storage in the desert with plans to put the airplane back in service. The cargo airline is also buying two Boeing 767 airliners for conversion to freighters, according to a company news release. Now users of ForeFlight can get back to operation as usual. The i

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Mon, Jul 06, 2015

Aero-TV: An Intro To Quad-Copters – Horizon Hobby Explains A Model Revolution

The Quadcopter Revolution Is In Full Swing... Here's Info On How To Join In!

While at eFest 2015, ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, talks with a company known as Horizon Hobby to find out what’s going on in the rapidly changing world of remote control (RC) aircraft. In this interview, Jim talks with James Haley, the multirotor category manager for Horizon Hobby, about the new world of RC quadcopters.

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Mon, Jul 06, 2015

Airborne 07.06.15: Solar Impulse In Hawaii, FAA Reauth Delayed, Airlines Investigated

Also: SpaceX Test, The G500, Senate Appropriations, TSA Causes Cash Confiscation, NASA v Thunderstorms, Virgin Atlantic Cuts, Bristow Scholarship

Even those of us who love flying will have to admit that being cramped into a single place cockpit for 5 days in an aircraft that is lucky to hit 50 miles per hour has got to be pushing the limits of having a good time. That’s exactly what Pilot Andre Borschberg had done when he landed the solar-powered Solar Impulse 2 airplane at Kalaeloa Airport, Hawaii last Friday. The flight from Japan lasted 118 hours and covered about 5,144 miles across the Pacific Ocean. We had expected to see the draft FAA Reauthorization Bill release by now, but that isn’t going to happen. The U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee cancelled its planned release of a draft this month and it appears the bill now won't be shown to the public until sometime in August. The U.S. Department of Justice has opened an investigation into w

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Mon, Jul 06, 2015

Prototype Airplane Could Lead To First To Fly On Mars

Prandtl-m Under Development At Armstrong Flight Center

When an aircraft makes its first flight on Mars in the 2020s, a NASA Armstrong innovation may have made it possible.

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