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Mon, Jul 27, 2015

AeroSports Update, FAA Emphasizes Transition Training

The FAA Has Updated Their Advisory Circular For Transitioning To Unfamiliar Aircraft

The FAA released an update to an Advisory Circular (AC) on transitioning to unfamiliar aircraft. AC 90-109A is intended to help plan the transition to any unfamiliar fixed-wing airplanes, including type-certificated and/or experimental airplanes.

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Mon, Jul 27, 2015

Klassic Klyde Morris 07.27.15

Tell 'Em They Need To Read The Fine Print, Klyde

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Mon, Jul 27, 2015

Head Of Labor Relations At FAA Resigns

After Only 6 Months On The Job, David Feder, FAA Director Of Labor And Employee Relations Has Had Enough

It’s common in the world of high of government officials to hear resignations that are simply a polite way to acknowledge that someone has been fired. However, this time it appears that the resignation was genuine and represented a concern that the FAA is not complying with federal employment rules.

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Mon, Jul 27, 2015

FAA Approves Drone Delivery Of Medical Supplies In Rural Virginia

With Approval To Deliver Medical Supplies To Rural Areas In Virginia, Small Drones Display Their Usefulness

The use of small drones as delivery vehicles has been proposed for everything from the delivery of beer and pizza to the delivery of consumer goods purchased from large online companies such as Amazon. Now, with an overwhelming case of common sense being displayed, the FAA has approved drones for use in rural Virginia for delivering medical supplies.

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Mon, Jul 27, 2015

IFD440 Avionics Added To Jepp Single Aircraft Navigation Data And Charts Bundle

Jeppesen Services Suite Supplies Flight Data For Avidyne Series Avionics

Jeppesen and Avidyne Corporation have introduced new Jeppesen Services Suite bundled data packages for the IFD440 FMS/GPS/NAV/COM, featuring Jeppesen’s industry-leading navigation information and charting data. The new IFD440 data bundle service adds to the previously developed bundle for IFD540 FMS/GPS/NAV/COM and EX-S series multi-function display (MFD) avionics within a single aircraft.

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Mon, Jul 27, 2015

The Pegasus O-100 Engine Wings It's Way Towards Flight And Production

Engine Will Be Targeted At The Single And Light 2-Place LSA Market

Over the last 3 years Pete Plumb of Pegasus Power has been working diligently to bring his 0-100 kit engine from an idea of a more powerful engine for his "Cracker Jack" parasol which he designed himself, to a deliverable item to customers.

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Mon, Jul 27, 2015

Recreational Drones Hampered Firefighting Efforts

Recreational Drones And General Aviation Aircraft Need To Keep Clear Of A Firefighting Operation

On July 18 a major brush-fire broke out in the vicinity of Phelan, CA that was both dangerous and spectacular, and well covered by the media. Media coverage clearly showed the fire jumping a highway and setting several vehicles ablaze. These reports also focused on the fact that airborne firefighting operations were hampered by what was reported to be 5 recreational drones being flown in the fire area.

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Mon, Jul 27, 2015

Union Leaders Say Sen. Inhofe Is A ‘Tireless Advocate For Professional Pilots’

Leaders Of American Airlines And Southwest Airlines Pilots’ Unions Support The “Pilot’s Bill Of Rights 2”

The “Pilots Bill of Rights 2” is a hot issue in general aviation because of its proposed changes to the 3rd class medical requirements. However, there’s a lot more in this legislation that applies to everyone in aviation, and two major airline pilot unions are expressing their support for passage of the bill.

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Mon, Jul 27, 2015

Town Of East Hampton Takes Another Step To Limit Helicopter Operations

An Appeal Has Been Filed Against A Court Injunction That Prevented The Town From Limiting The Number Of Flights

The town of East Hampton has attempted to limit helicopter flights into their community by restricting the flights to only once per week, and by imposing a curfew for the operation. A court action filed by opponents to the laws resulted in a court ruling whereby the morning and evening curfew was upheld, but the limitation of the number of flights was not.

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Mon, Jul 27, 2015

Quest Aircraft Expands Global Dealer Network

New Dealer’s Sales Territory Includes India And Pakistan

Quest Aircraft Company continues to expand its dealer network as part of its overall global growth strategy. The company is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement with Thumby Aviation Pty Ltd. as the exclusive dealer for Kodiak aircraft in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and Sri Lanka.

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