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Sat, May 28, 2016

Hurricane Hunters, NOAA Stress Hurricane Preparedness

Aircraft, Crews Toured Gulf Coast States During Hurricane Awareness Week

An Air Force Reserve “Hurricane Hunter” aircrew with their WC-130J Super Hercules joined National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration hurricane experts May 16-20 to promote preparedness at five Gulf Coast cities.

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Sat, May 28, 2016

Aero-News: Quote Of The Day (05.28.16)

“This is an important outreach mission to educate the public, especially the children who will take the preparedness message back to their families.” Source: Col. Frank L. Amodeo, the 403rd WG "Hurricane Hunter" commander.

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Sat, May 28, 2016

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (05.28.16): Runway Entrance Lights (REL)

An array of red lights which include the first light at the hold line followed by a series of evenly spaced lights to the runway edge aligned with the taxiway centerline.

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Sat, May 28, 2016

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (05.28.16)

Open or Close an Airport or Runway

Before opening or closing an airport or runway, airport sponsors should find out the necessary steps and contact their nearest FAA District or Regional Airports Office.

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Fri, May 27, 2016

Airborne 05.27.16: More MH370 Debris, Airport 4 Sale, Hurricane Hunters

Also: PWC PW307D, Icon Scandal, Memorial Day, IASO, Nat'l Warplane Museum, Gogo Cloud, Orbital ATK, Honor Flight Austin

The Australia's Minister for Infrastructure and Transport, Darren Chester, has confirmed reports that three new pieces of debris have been found and are of interest in connection to the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370. Two of the articles were found in Mauritius and one came from Mozambique. Up to this date, it’s reported that more than 40,000 square miles of the 46,000 square mile search zone in the southern Indian Ocean have been examined, according to the Australian government. Now’s your chance if you’re looking to buy an airport…in Germany. Situated in a desirable central location southwest of Berlin, the Madgeburg Cochstedt International Airport is for sale on a Liquidity Services online marketplace. It’s a for

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Fri, May 27, 2016

Klyde Morris 05.27.16

As No Lesser Philosopher Than Steve Miller Said ... 'Go On, Take The Money And Run'

FMI: www.klydemorris.com

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Fri, May 27, 2016

Airborne 05.26.16: Icon Flaming Out, Airbus Heli-Patent, UAV Registry

Also: TSA Dust-Up, Honor Flight, The API -- What’s This ALL About?, EASA Cert's G650ER, First E190-E2, DiCaprio BizJet, WingX Pro7, BASE Jump Tragedy

Late Wednesday, Icon finally let a few bits of news slip out... and though tightly controlled and hyped to the max, the news is a shocking disappointment that may signal the downfall of the little amphib company that couldn't brag enough... Airbus has filed a patent on an advanced version of its Eurocopter X3, which set an unofficial speed record of 263 knots in 2013. In order for a patent to stand, the filing must be detailed and specific as it relates to the concepts of the item to be patented. On Monday of this week we reported that the FAA would be releasing information regarding registered drone owners limited to city, state, and ZIP Code, but with no name or address information. Now, according to analyst, John Goglia, the

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Thu, May 26, 2016

Airborne 05.26.16: Icon Flaming Out, Airbus Heli-Patent, UAV Registry

Also: TSA Dust-Up, Honor Flight, The API -- What’s This ALL About?, EASA Cert's G650ER, First E190-E2, DiCaprio BizJet, WingX Pro7, BASE Jump Tragedy

Late Wednesday, Icon finally let a few bits of news slip out... and though tightly controlled and hyped to the max, the news is a shocking disappointment that may signal the downfall of the little amphib company that couldn't brag enough... Airbus has filed a patent on an advanced version of its Eurocopter X3, which set an unofficial speed record of 263 knots in 2013. In order for a patent to stand, the filing must be detailed and specific as it relates to the concepts of the item to be patented. On Monday of this week we reported that the FAA would be releasing information regarding registered drone owners limited to city, state, and ZIP Code, but with no name or address information. Now, according to analyst, John Goglia, the

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Thu, May 26, 2016

Airborne 05.25.16: Canada SeaPlane Regs, Blimp Downed, Citation Longitude Mated

Also: USAF Hassled, Hummel UltraCruiser, Helo Limits, FAA Video, Greg Connell Accident, Medical Helo Suit, Bombardier's 100th VistaJet

Canada is proposing changes to their seaplane regulations. The proposed regulations respond to the Transportation Safety Board of Canada’s recommendations following the 2009 seaplane accident in Lyall Harbour, British Columbia and the 2012 accident in Lillabelle Lake, Ontario. The changes appear to be addressing the fact that, when on the water, a seaplane is effectively a boat and that passengers should be protected in the case of an occurrence that places them in the water. This issue is particularly important in Canada because of the extensive use of seaplane travel in their more remote areas. An advertising blimp made an off-airport emergency landing last Friday, with initial reports indicating the problem had something to do with engine o

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Wed, May 25, 2016

Airborne 05.25.16: Canada SeaPlane Regs, Blimp Downed, Citation Longitude Mated

Also: USAF Hassled, Hummel UltraCruiser, Helo Limits, FAA Video, Greg Connell Accident, Medical Helo Suit, Bombardier's 100th VistaJet

Canada is proposing changes to their seaplane regulations. The proposed regulations respond to the Transportation Safety Board of Canada’s recommendations following the 2009 seaplane accident in Lyall Harbour, British Columbia and the 2012 accident in Lillabelle Lake, Ontario. The changes appear to be addressing the fact that, when on the water, a seaplane is effectively a boat and that passengers should be protected in the case of an occurrence that places them in the water. This issue is particularly important in Canada because of the extensive use of seaplane travel in their more remote areas. An advertising blimp made an off-airport emergency landing last Friday, with initial reports indicating the problem had something to do with engine o

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