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August 20, 2018

Garmin Sues uAvionix Over Patent Infringement

Says Smaller Company Appropriated ADS-B Technology

Garmin has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against uAvionix, saying the smaller company has taken its ADS-B technology without its permission. The patent in question is referred to as the '301 patent. According to court documents, uAvionix and Garmin entered into talks related to drones. But the filing by Garmin alleges that uAvionix had taken its ADS-B technology without permission. At the same time, Garmin is well-known as a 600-pound Gorilla that knows how to throw its weight around and has been accused of being an industry bully for years... it's up to the courts to decide whether Garmin is playing aggrieved party or bully.

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Airborne 08.17.18: Best SportPlanes, FAA Killing HIWAS?, New Blue Angel Planes

Also: CTS First PW2000, Hypersonic Weapon Contract, Nat'l Airspace System Book, Alaska Accident

In light of the increasing use of questionable marketing and some deceptive tactics by companies like Icon Aircraft and Cirrus, ANN has attempted to cut through the fog and list companies and aircraft we feel comfortable in recommending to our readers and viewers. This year, we’re pleased to report a solid and growing list of great planes and companies that deserve your consideration, and that we’re also attempting to ease your chores by adding an ‘Integrity rating” to our evaluation p

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AMA Drone Report 08.16.18: Model Av Politics, MultiGP Int'l, Drone Chute

Also: Illinois Drone Rules, San Diego FD, 2018 UAS Summit & Expo, Drone Ops over DOD Facilities

The aero-political scene remains active and a bit frustrating but AMA remains an active participant in important model aviation issues. AMA tells us that, “The AMA Government Affairs team has been working persistently with lawmakers this year to ensure our hobby is protected in FAA reauthorization legislation. The Senate’s August recess gave our team a few days to adjust our strategy towards preserving Section 336 and to address some state and local concerns.” The largest profession

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Flying Blind: How A Drone Can Soar Without Using GPS

University Of Washington Researchers Develop Backup System For Unmanned Aircraft

Drones use GPS to find their way without a pilot. But GPS signals can be easily blocked by tall skyscrapers or trees — leaving drones lost. Now researchers at the University of Washington have developed a new method that gives aircraft a backup system in case GPS fails: An antenna on the ground that can tell a drone where it is. The team successfully tested their system in June.

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It's ALIVE! 2018 AirVenture Innovation Preview Program Now Available

Get The Inside Details On THE Most Exciting NEW Innovations And Product Announcements From OSHKOSH 2018...

The staff of EAA and the Aero-News Network were pleased to release the latest in a series of novel Aero-TV/Airborne programs designed to draw attention to the most innovative and aggressively oriented companies in the aviation universe -- and most particularly, those with REAL news to impart at AirVenture 2018. ANN and EAA have joined together again to present the highly successful "AirVenture Innovation Preview," (which we call the "AIP", for short), to highlight the incredibly innovative and news-making products that provid

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NTSB Releases Preliminary Report From Alaska Accident August 4

National Park Service Will Not Attempt Recovery Of The Aircraft

The NTSB has released its preliminary report from an accident which occurred on August 4 in which a single-engine, de Havilland DHC-2 (Beaver) airplane, N323KT, sustained substantial damage during an impact with steep, high altitude, snow-covered terrain about 50 miles northwest of Talkeetna, Alaska, in Denali National Park and Preserve. The airplane was registered to Rust Properties, LLC and operated by Rust's Flying Service Inc, doing business as K2 Aviation as a visual flight rules on-demand commercial air tour flight. The commercial pilot and four passengers sustained fatal injuries.

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JetBlue Announces Board Of Director Appointments

B. Ben Baldanza And Sarah Robb O'Hagan Approved Unanimously By The Board

JetBlue Airways has announced the appointment of B. Ben Baldanza and Sarah Robb O'Hagan to its Board of Directors. The independent director appointments are effective immediately, following unanimous approval by the company’s Board of Directors.

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Drones Help Oklahoma Farmers Fight Wild Pig Problem

Animals Can Cause $2 Billion In Crop Damage In The State

Drones are being used in an experiment being conducted by the Choctaw Nation in central Oklahoma to combat crop damage caused by wild pigs in the state.

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Klyde Morris (08.20.18)

Klyde Deals With Two Different Aero-Cultures...

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BFA Advocates Against Balloon Amendment In FAA Bill

Would End Exclusion For Balloon Pilots From Medical Certificate Requirements

The Balloon Federation of America is urging its members to contact members of the U.S. Senate concerning certain language in the FAA Reauthorization bill currently waiting action in the U.S. Senate.

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Bombardier Continues African Market Penetration With Pre-Owned Q400

Places Three Aircraft With PassionAir Based In Ghana

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has placed three pre-owned Q400 turboprops with PassionAir from the Republic of Ghana. The airline acquired the aircraft through a dry-lease with a third party.

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Airborne-Unmanned 08.14.18: Wing Delivery, Pilot Unions, Drones Herd Birds

Also: Cyberhawk, Oceans Unmanned, VerdeGo Aero, Swift Engineering

A pioneering commercial BVLOS delivery by drone brought ice cream to a two-year-old in a demonstration conducted in Virginia by Alphabet's Wing. The delivery flight covered 1.4 miles, and arrived within eight minutes from the time the order was completed by the mom of the lucky toddler. It was conducted under new rules that allow some states and other government entities to experiment with BVLOS drone flights put in place last year. Among those in attendance at the demonstration was Earl Lawrence, director of the FAA's UAS Integration Off

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Boeing To Acquire Millennium Space Systems

Company Is A Provider Of Agile, Flight-Proven Small-Satellite Solutions

Boeing will acquire Millennium Space Systems, a provider of agile, flight-proven small-satellite solutions, under an acquisition agreement that will expand Boeing's satellite and space portfolio, talent and capabilities.

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KBRwyle Provides U.S. Navy With Exclusive High-G Flight Training

Will Conduct Centrifuge-Based Training For 600 Students, Including Blue Angels

The U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD) has awarded a contract to KBRwyle to provide centrifuge-based training for all U.S. Navy and Marine Corps aircrew including the world famous flight demonstration squadron, the Blue Angels.

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Southwest Airlines Announces Leadership Changes

Three Named to Executive Positions At The Carrier

Southwest Airlines has announced several leadership changes at the carrier. Southwest Airlines welcomes Tammy Amirault onboard as Managing Director, Technology—Enterprise Management and Analytics to succeed Sherry Staber, Southwest's Vice President, Technology—Enterprise Management & Technical Operations who announced her plans to retire. Amirault joins Southwest from IMPRIVA, a San Francisco-based strategic business and IT consulting firm, where she most recently served as Senior Vice President.

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Western Aircraft Named Embraer Authorized Service Center

FAA Certified Repair Station Is Located In Boise, ID

Western Aircraft, a Greenwich AeroGroup company, announced today that it has been signed as an Embraer Executive Jets Authorized Service Center for the full maintenance support of Phenom 100/300 and Legacy 450/500 aircraft and line maintenance for Legacy 600 and 650 aircraft.

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FlightSafety International Introduces PT6 Engine Familiarization

Course Will Be Offered In Brazil, Canada And Other Locations In The Near Future

FlightSafety International announces a new PT6 engine familiarization training program for pilots. The course will be offered in Botucato, Brazil; Montreal, Canada; and at other FlightSafety locations in the near future.

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Magellan Aerospace Signs Long Term Purchase Agreement With Pratt & Whitney

Will Manufacture Aluminum Casting For Next Generation Product Family Of Engines

Magellan Aerospace has entered into a six year agreement with Pratt & Whitney to manufacture aluminum castings for their Next Generation Product Family ("NGPF") of engines, powering the Airbus A320neo, Airbus A220 (formerly known as Bombardier C-Series), Embraer E2 series and Mitsubishi MRJ aircraft. The castings will be produced at Magellan's facilities in Haley, Ontario, Canada and Glendale, AZ. The agreement is expected to generate approximately $81 million (Canadian) in revenue for Magellan through 2023.

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Australian Technicians Take-Off On F-35 Program

Traveling To The U.S. For Training At LMC Facility In Fort Worth, TX

Eight BAE Systems Australia technicians are on their way to the U.S. to be trained to support the arrival later this year of the Royal Australian Air Force F-35 Joint Strike Fighter aircraft.

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Engility Supports NASA Parker Solar Probe Mission To 'Touch The Sun'

Has Been Preparing For Launch For Five Years

Engility's Independent Verification and Validation support work for NASA's Parker Solar Probe (PSP) concluded Sunday with the successful launch of the spacecraft headed to the sun's atmosphere for a historic scientific discovery mission.

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Teamsters Win Agreement For UPS Aircraft Mechanics

New Tentative Agreement Provides The Best Pay And Benefits For Aircraft Mechanics At Any U.S. Airline, Union Says

One thousand three hundred UPS aircraft mechanics and related employees represented by Teamsters Local 2727 have secured significant raises in pay, improved retirement security and the protection of health care benefits in a new tentative agreement reached with the shipping company.

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NASA Armstrong To Collaborate With Empirical Systems

Twenty Proposals To Receive Funding Through Small Business Program

NASA has selected 20 research and technology proposals -- valued at $15 million -- from 19 American small businesses. Each is partnering with research institutions for Phase II of NASA's competitive Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) program. NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, will manage one STTR award, totaling $750,000 for Empirical Systems in Pismo Beach, California.

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GA-ASI Expands Flight Test And Training Center In North Dakota

Was Starting Point For Historic SkyGuardian Trans-Atlantic Flight

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) announced last week that it will be expanding its Flight Test and Training Center (FTTC) at the Grand Sky Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Business Park near Grand Forks, North Dakota.

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China Expands GA Infrastructure

Has More Than Doubled The Number Of General Aviation Airports Since The End Of 2017

The number of general aviation airports has more than doubled between the end of 2017 and June, 2018, with 173 GA airports now licensed in the country.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (08.20.18)

Aero Linx: The Reno Air Racing Association The Reno Air Racing Association is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization with donations being tax deductible. Our mission is to perpetuate the most unique air racing event and aviation experience in the world by combining the world’s fastest motor sport with spectacular military and civilian air entertainment. The Reno Air Racing Association Board of Directors, a small full-time staff and hundreds of volunteers work together to preserve this unique event. Staff members handle the thousands of details needed year-after-year, planning for the next event before the current one is completed. Approximately 2,500 volunteers serve in capacities ranging f

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (08.20.18): Wide-Area Augmentation System (WAAS)

Wide-Area Augmentation System (WAAS) The WAAS is a satellite navigation system consisting of the equipment and software which augments the GPS Standard Positioning Service (SPS). The WAAS provides enhanced integrity, accuracy, availability, and continuity over and above GPS SPS. The differential correction function provides improved accuracy required for precision approach.

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ANN FAQ: Getting The Word Out

Things To Know When You Send A News Release

Aero-News gets hundreds of releases every week, ranging from industry giants like Boeing and Cessna to the smallest of flying clubs and the most quaint of air shows. After having seen the best and the worst in press releases over the years, we have some ideas to help companies do so much more to help themselves, both with ANN and with the general media.

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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (08.20.18)

"Many of you have already contacted me to express your concerns about the language in “H.R.4” FAA Reauthorization Bill. Now is the time to communicate directly with your respective Senator." Source: Cheri White, BFA President, commenting on the Balloon Federation of America as it urges its members to contact members of the U.S. Senate concerning certain language in the FAA Reauthorization bill currently waiting action in the U.S. Senate. The bill contains an amendment by Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-TX), known as the “Commercial Balloon Pilot Safety Act of 2018” which calls for the FAA to revise 14CFR part 61.3(c) regarding second class medical certificates, such that balloon pilots would no longer be excluded from th

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August 19, 2018

ICAO, South Africa Partner On Path Towards Gender Equality In Global Aviation

Dr. Fang Liu Keynoted The First-Ever Global Aviation Gender Summit

In a major step forward for gender equality and gender action in international air transport, ICAO and South Africa’s Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) were joined by over 500 leaders and experts from around the world in Cape Town for the opening of the first-ever Global Aviation Gender Summit.

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Counter UAS Summit Planned For Reagan National Airport

Military, Industry Executives, Government And Researchers From Across The U.S. To Attend

The Counter-UAS Summit being held this week will provide a forum for military leaders, program executive officers, industry executives, academics and researchers to focus on emerging and innovative C-UAS technologies, such as directed energy weapons and EW measures. It will also address technologies to detect and identify drones in the battlefield, and cities to prevent attacks on critical infrastructures and citizens. 

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FAA Certifies ERJ145 Training In Abu Dhabi

CAE 7000XR Series Full-Flight Simulator Is Now Ready-For-Training For FAA Operators

The FAA has granted approval for for Part 142 training on a new Embraer ERJ 145 full-flight simulator (FFS) at Abu Dhabi Aviation Training Center. The certification enables the centre to conduct FAA-approved training, testing and certification for type-ratings on that platform. In November 2017, CAE and ADATC announced the introduction of the new ERJ145 pilot training program in the Middle-East, with Falcon Aviation as the launch customer.

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Aerojet Rocketdyne To Expand Solid Rocket Motor Center Of Excellence In Arkansas

New Infrastructure Will Support More Than 140 New Jobs

Aerojet Rocketdyne plans to expand its Southern Arkansas facility near Camden, where the company manufactures solid rocket motors and warheads critical to national defense.

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Colorado Community Rallies Behind Private Helicopter Firefighting Company

Douglas County Officials Have Asked Rampart Helicopter To Move

A private helicopter firefighting company in Castle Rock, CO has been asked to move out of its facility by the Douglas County Board of Commissioners while maintaining a contract with the company for on-call services. But the community is rallying behind the company in an effort to keep it in the area.

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New Edition Of 'Introduction to The National Airspace System' Available

Covers Much Of The Material Introduced In Pilot Ground School From A Non-Pilot Perspective

The second edition of Introduction to The National Airspace System by Dr. Donna F. Wilt is available now from University Aviation Press. This book brings together comprehensive National Airspace System (NAS) information from multiple FAA and other source materials, editing and expanding on them to form a cohesive, all-in-one account of a wide-reaching and complex topic.

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Air Force Awards Hypersonic Weapon Contract

Lockheed Martin To Develop A Second Prototype System

The U.S. Air Force has awarded a contract not to exceed $480 million to Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control to begin designing a second hypersonic weapon prototype. This contract will provide the critical design review, test and production readiness support for the Air-Launched Rapid Response Weapon (ARRW).

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CMIG Aviation Capital Delivers The First 737 MAX 8 To Lion Air

Part Of A Multi-Aircraft Transaction With The Lessor

CMIG Aviation Capital, an aircraft leasing company wholly owned by China Minsheng Investment Group, has delivered a Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft MSN 43000 in Seattle to be operated by Lion Air. This aircraft is part of a multiple aircraft transaction.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (08.19.18)

Aero Linx: The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, is one of the world's premier aerobatic display teams. Representing the speed, agility and precision of the Royal Air Force, the team is the public face of the service. They assist in recruiting to the Armed Forces, act as ambassadors for the United Kingdom at home and overseas and promote the best of British. Flying distinctive Hawk fast-jets, the team is made up of pilots, engineers and essential support staff with frontline, operational experience. Together, they demonstrate the excellence and capabilities of the Royal Air Force and the Service’s skilled, talented people. With th

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ANN FAQ: Like Us On Facebook

There's A Lot To Like On ANN's Latest Social Media Site

We all know how important Social Media is to a lot of people, particularly those under 30. We also know how important those folks are to the future of aviation. In so many forums and at so many events, we talk about how to attract the next generation of pilots, mechanics, and enthusiasts to our industry, and social media is certainly critical to getting the message out to those who practically live online.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (08.19.18): Waypoint

Waypoint A predetermined geographical position used for route/instrument approach definition, progress reports, published VFR routes, visual reporting points or points for transitioning and/or circumnavigating controlled and/or special use airspace, that is defined relative to a VORTAC station or in terms of latitude/longitude coordinates.

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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (08.19.18)

"We are going to go fast and leverage the best technology available to get hypersonic capability to the warfighter as soon as possible." Source: Secretary of the Air Force Heather A. Wilson, in reference to the USAF award of a contract not to exceed $480 million to Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control to begin designing a second hypersonic weapon prototype. This contract will provide the critical design review, test and production readiness support for the Air-Launched Rapid Response Weapon (ARRW).

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August 17, 2018

Airborne 08.17.18: Best SportPlanes, FAA Killing HIWAS?, New Blue Angel Planes

Also: CTS First PW2000, Hypersonic Weapon Contract, Nat'l Airspace System Book, Alaska Accident

In light of the increasing use of questionable marketing and some deceptive tactics by companies like Icon Aircraft and Cirrus, ANN has attempted to cut through the fog and list companies and aircraft we feel comfortable in recommending to our readers and viewers. This year, we’re pleased to report a solid and growing list of great planes and companies that deserve your consideration, and that we’re also attempting to ease your chores by adding an ‘Integrity rating” to our evaluation p

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Airborne 08.15.18: Bell 525 Milestone, Parker Solar Probe, NIMBY Nonsense

Also: Aerion Supersonic, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, Australia GA Maintenance, Flight Training Legislation

The Bell 525 Relentless program is closing in on an anticipated 2019 certification, as yet another milestone was completed as part of a series of rigorous test protocols. The Bell 525 program recently completed hot weather testing in Yuma, Arizona at temperatures up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit as well as high altitude operations to density altitudes of 14,000 feet. “We successfully completed hot weather testing last week in yuma, arizona,” said Troy Caudill, Chief Test Pilot, Bell 525 Pro

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August 16, 2018

AMA Drone Report 08.16.18: Model Av Politics, MultiGP Int'l, Drone Chute

Also: Illinois Drone Rules, San Diego FD, 2018 UAS Summit & Expo, Drone Ops over DOD Facilities

The aero-political scene remains active and a bit frustrating but AMA remains an active participant in important model aviation issues. AMA tells us that, “The AMA Government Affairs team has been working persistently with lawmakers this year to ensure our hobby is protected in FAA reauthorization legislation. The Senate’s August recess gave our team a few days to adjust our strategy towards preserving Section 336 and to address some state and local concerns.” The largest profession

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August 15, 2018

Airborne 08.13.18: Bizarre Q400 Theft, Female Hurricane Hunters, One Week Wonder

Also: Colorado Reservists, Flight Examiner Bribe Attempt, Boeing 737 Logjam, World Helicopter Day

An airport worker, first identified as a mechanic, and then as a ramp agent, apparently took unauthorized possession of a Horizon Air Q400 twin turboprop, powered it up, and somehow took off without permission from Sea-Tac Airport late Friday night. There are extensive questions (and few answers) as to how he took control, got the aircraft powered up, and then gained access to a runway to engage in a takeoff -- and how much supervision/surveillance surrounded the airplane. Throughout the flight, the only pe

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Airborne 08.15.18: Bell 525 Milestone, Parker Solar Probe, NIMBY Nonsense

Also: Aerion Supersonic, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport, Australia GA Maintenance, Flight Training Legislation

The Bell 525 Relentless program is closing in on an anticipated 2019 certification, as yet another milestone was completed as part of a series of rigorous test protocols. The Bell 525 program recently completed hot weather testing in Yuma, Arizona at temperatures up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit as well as high altitude operations to density altitudes of 14,000 feet. “We successfully completed hot weather testing last week in yuma, arizona,” said Troy Caudill, Chief Test Pilot, Bell 525 Pro

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August 14, 2018

Airborne-Unmanned 08.14.18: Wing Delivery, Pilot Unions, Drones Herd Birds

Also: Cyberhawk, Oceans Unmanned, VerdeGo Aero, Swift Engineering

A pioneering commercial BVLOS delivery by drone brought ice cream to a two-year-old in a demonstration conducted in Virginia by Alphabet's Wing. The delivery flight covered 1.4 miles, and arrived within eight minutes from the time the order was completed by the mom of the lucky toddler. It was conducted under new rules that allow some states and other government entities to experiment with BVLOS drone flights put in place last year. Among those in attendance at the demonstration was Earl Lawrence, director of the FAA's UAS Integration Off

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August 13, 2018

Airborne 08.13.18: Bizarre Q400 Theft, Female Hurricane Hunters, One Week Wonder

Also: Colorado Reservists, Flight Examiner Bribe Attempt, Boeing 737 Logjam, World Helicopter Day

An airport worker, first identified as a mechanic, and then as a ramp agent, apparently took unauthorized possession of a Horizon Air Q400 twin turboprop, powered it up, and somehow took off without permission from Sea-Tac Airport late Friday night. There are extensive questions (and few answers) as to how he took control, got the aircraft powered up, and then gained access to a runway to engage in a takeoff -- and how much supervision/surveillance surrounded the airplane. Throughout the flight, the only pe

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August 11, 2018

‘Aviatrix’ Joins Airborne News’ Expanded Programming Roster For Fall 2018

New Airborne Program Highlights News & Features Dedicated To Women in the Aviation/Aerospace Community

The Aero-News Network, the producer of aviation’s longest running Daily aviation video news program series, Airborne, is pleased to announce the addition of ‘Airborne-Aviatrix’ to this year’s upcoming production schedule. It is the Airborne news team’s intention to produce innovative and compelling programming dedicated to the role of women in aviation and aerospace. Airborne-Aviatrix (AAx) will start as a weekly web news program produced under the Airborne programming mantra and will consist of stories, news and features about the important and under-reported role many of today’s women are playing in the A

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May 07, 2018

Edic Horizon International Flight Academy Signs For Two Bell 429s

Flight Training Facility Expands Services To Include Twin Engine Aircraft

Bell Helicopter has announced a signature from Edic Horizon International Flight Academy to purchase two Bell 429 aircraft. Based at Al Ain International Airport, Edic Horizon International Flight Academy utilizes their fleet of entirely Bell aircraft to provide flight training to a variety of international students.

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May 04, 2018

Jet Aviation Completes Acquisition Of Hawker Pacific

Transaction Valued At $250 Million

Jet Aviation has completed its acquisition of Hawker Pacific, a leading provider of Civil MRO, Fleet and FBO Services, and Aircraft Sales across Asia Pacific and the Middle East. The transaction is valued at $250 million.

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December 31, 2017

Parker Aerospace Awarded Contract To Provide Emirates’ 777X Hydraulic Pumps

Hydraulic Engine-Driven Pump And AC Motor Pump From Parker Aerospace Chosen As Supplier-Furnished Equipment For Emirates’ New 777X Fleet

Parker Aerospace, a business segment of Parker Hannifin Corporation has announced a pump call-out agreement with Emirates for its 777X aircraft. Emirates is the launch customer of the new Boeing aircraft with an order book of 150 777X, one of the single largest aircraft orders by value in the history of US commercial aviation. Parker will provide the hydraulic engine-driven pump and AC motor pump on the fleet of 777X wide-body airplanes.

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December 29, 2017

Flight Inspection (FI) Market Worth $5.57 Billion By 2022

Growth Forecast To Be 4.31 Percent During The Period

According to the new research report, now available on ASDReports, "Flight Inspection (FI) Market by Solution (System, & Services), End User (Commercial Airports, Defense Airports), Services Type (Commissioning, Routine, Special Inspection), System Type (Fixed, Mobile, Ground-based) and Region - Global Forecast to 2022", The Flight Inspection (FI) market is projected to grow from an estimated $4.51 billion in 2017 to $5.57 billion by 2022, at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of 4.31% during the forecast period.

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A Special Note From ANN To Our Friends/Readers

Hi Folks... This is a special issue of the Propwash newsletter, dedicated only to its being a personal message from the ANN gang to you. I promise not to do this too often, but hope that I can impose on you for a few minutes in order to seek your continued support. We'd like to make one last pitch for book orders while they might affect the total print order. We have sent this book to the printer and are in pre-press prep right now (proofs expected today)... and the more we can add to the print tally, the more cost-effective our printing prices (per book) become. As you

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