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Sun, Jul 24, 2016

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (07.24.16)

Beech 33/35/36 Bonanza (and Debonair/Mentor/Baron/Travel Air) Page

The Bonanza Home Page is dedicated to furthering the fellowship and airmanship of the Bonanza - best light plane made - and the Bonanza Pilot, the most discriminating around.

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Fri, Jul 22, 2016

Airborne 07.22.16: ONE Aviation New Jet, Drone Pilot Nabbed, Stemme Twin Voyager

Also: AEA Giveaway, 44 Trips To OSH, Airbus Drones, Future Pilots, NTSB Training, Air BP, Boeing Forecast, ALPA Milestone

ONE Aviation has provided ANN with the initial outline for an improved Eclipse project that offers more performance and features. Currently known as 'Project Canada', ONE Aviation proudly intones that this new aircraft is all about offering more. What we know about the term more is that when compared to the current Eclipse, the Canada requires less runway, can climb to altitude in a shorter time, has a better range that combines with a service ceiling of 43,000 feet. It also has more payload and will cruise at Mach .65. Despite the widely discussed new FAA drone/UAS regulations, and industry programs informing people about safely operating their drones, California fire law enforcement officers arrested Eric Wamser last week who allegedly interfered with firefigh

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Fri, Jul 22, 2016

Airborne 07.21.16: KC46 Update, Fly A P40 at AirVenture?, Runway Conditions

Also: ANN 2016 Oshkosh Schedule, Airplane Efficiency, Federal Excise Tax, A320neo, Jet Demos, 100+ Exoplanets, CFM's $8.2B Deal

The KC-46 Pegasus aerial tanker program moved closer to production last week as it completed all flight tests required for the Milestone C production decision by offloading 1,500 pounds of fuel to an A-10 Thunderbolt II - this is the airplane commonly known as the Warthog. Attendees at AirVenture next week will have an opportunity to Remember Pearl Harbor first hand. Redbird, A2A Flight Simulations, and Flying are sponsoring a 75th Commemoration of the attack on Pearl Harbor at booth, 445 during AirVenture 2016. They are joining with the Pacific Aviation Museum at Pearl Harbor to allow AirVenture attendees to experience flying the custom MX2 full motion simulator built by Red Bird Flight Simulation which mimics the World War Two Curtiss P-40 fighter. This

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Thu, Jul 21, 2016

Airborne 07.21.16: KC46 Update, Fly A P40 at AirVenture?, Runway Conditions

Also: ANN 2016 Oshkosh Schedule, Airplane Efficiency, Federal Excise Tax, A320neo, Jet Demos, 100+ Exoplanets, CFM's $8.2B Deal

The KC-46 Pegasus aerial tanker program moved closer to production last week as it completed all flight tests required for the Milestone C production decision by offloading 1,500 pounds of fuel to an A-10 Thunderbolt II - this is the airplane commonly known as the Warthog. Attendees at AirVenture next week will have an opportunity to Remember Pearl Harbor first hand. Redbird, A2A Flight Simulations, and Flying are sponsoring a 75th Commemoration of the attack on Pearl Harbor at booth, 445 during AirVenture 2016. They are joining with the Pacific Aviation Museum at Pearl Harbor to allow AirVenture attendees to experience flying the custom MX2 full motion simulator built by Red Bird Flight Simulation which mimics the World War Two Curtiss P-40 fighter. This

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Thu, Jul 21, 2016

Airborne 07.20.16: R44 Cadet Deliveries, Red Bull Budapest, UAL Pilot Suspended

Also: CA Airshow Tragedy, Zenith Designer Chris Heintz, Blue Angels, Astronics EVS, Mars Rover, USCG Rescue, Skydiver v KingAir

In the realm of helicopter training, a new trainer is now in service as the Robinson Helicopter Company has delivered its first two production R44 Cadet helicopters to Heliflite Australia, which is a longtime Robinson dealer. The two-place R44 Cadet received FAA certification in May of this year. The Cadet features a reduced maximum gross weight of 2200 pounds, while the derated engine power provides increased performance margins at high altitudes and extends the time between overhaul by 200 hours. The Red Bull Air Races held in Budapest over the weekend can best be described with the phrase, sometimes you just can’t catch a break! Things started turning sour when poor weather conditions, including rain and low clouds, forced the race committee to ca

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Wed, Jul 20, 2016

Airborne 07.20.16: R44 Cadet Deliveries, Red Bull Budapest, UAL Pilot Suspended

Also: CA Airshow Tragedy, Zenith Designer Chris Heintz, Blue Angels, Astronics EVS, Mars Rover, USCG Rescue, Skydiver v KingAir

In the realm of helicopter training, a new trainer is now in service as the Robinson Helicopter Company has delivered its first two production R44 Cadet helicopters to Heliflite Australia, which is a longtime Robinson dealer. The two-place R44 Cadet received FAA certification in May of this year. The Cadet features a reduced maximum gross weight of 2200 pounds, while the derated engine power provides increased performance margins at high altitudes and extends the time between overhaul by 200 hours. The Red Bull Air Races held in Budapest over the weekend can best be described with the phrase, sometimes you just can’t catch a break! Things started turning sour when poor weather conditions, including rain and low clouds, forced the race committee to ca

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Wed, Jul 20, 2016

Airborne 07.19.16: SpaceX Launches and Lands, AirVenture Warbirds, Perlan 2

Also: New DJI Cam, Aero-Calendar, Eileen Collins @GOP, FAA Reauth Details, New Hartzell Prop, Rocketry Students, NavWorx ADS600-EXP

SpaceX continues to provide YouTube with some fantastic video as they recovered a fifth Falcon 9 booster, and for the second time, the rocket landed back at Cape Canaveral following its launch of a Dragon supply spacecraft to the International Space Station. The spacecraft launched early Monday morning from Cape Canaveral, sending the Dragon supply ship on its way to the orbiting outpost. About 2.5 minutes after launch, the first stage separated from the capsule, fired its rockets again, and returned to the Cape for a soft landing a few miles south of the launch pad. While at EAA AirVenture you’ll notice EAA’s Ford Trimotor and their classic Bell helicopters giving rides all day long, but those aren’t the only rides that will be avail

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