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Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Orbital Delivers First Engine To Insitu

Motor Purpose-Built For Small UAVs Including ScanEagle

Orbital Corporation Limited (Orbital) has delivered the first purpose-built ScanEagle Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) propulsion system to Boeing subsidiary Insitu for in-house testing and development. Designed specifically for Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (SUAS) class UAVs, it is the first reciprocating internal combustion propulsion system to be engineered from the ground up for unmanned aerospace applications.

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Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Larry Page Envisions The Airport Of The Future

Says Airplanes Are Efficient, Airports Are The Problem

As many in California dream of something called a Hyperloop train that would be designed to transport people from Los Angeles to San Francisco in about the time it takes Dominos to deliver a pizza ... Google co-founder Larry Page says that there is nothing wrong with flying between the two cities ... it's the getting on and off the airplane that makes flying inefficient and time-consuming.

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Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Falcon 7X To be Approved For Operation At World’s Highest Airport

Recent Trials In China Will Permit Operations As High As 15,000 Feet

The long range Falcon 7X will soon become the first business jet certified to operate at Daocheng Yading, the world’s highest commercial airport.

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Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Royal Canadian Air Force Cannibalizing Museum Plane For Spare Parts

Hercules On Display At National Air Force Museum Of Canada Keeping SAR Airplanes Flying

When you're trying to keep older airplanes flying and find replacement parts hard to come by ... what can you do?

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Mon, Sep 22, 2014

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (09.22.14): Dry Line

Dry Line The boundary between the dry desert air mass of the Southwest U.S. and the moist air mass from the Gulf of Mexico. It usually lies north-south across the central and southern High Plains states during spring and summer. The passage of a dry line results in a sharp decrease in humidity, clearing skies, and a wind shift from southeasterly or south to southwesterly or west. Its presence influences severe weather development in the Great Plains.

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Mon, Sep 22, 2014

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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Mon, Sep 22, 2014

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (09.22.14)

Aero Linx: University Aviation Association The University Aviation Association (UAA) is the voice of collegiate aviation to its members, the industry, government and the general public. Through the collective expertise of its members, this nonprofit organization plays a pivotal role in the advancement of degree-granting aviation programs that represent all segments of aviation. Today, UAA has more than 525 members, including 105 accredited colleges and universities. The organization and its members are poised to meet the ever-changing needs of the aviation industry and address the challenges of the 21st century.

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Mon, Sep 22, 2014

Aero-News: Quote Of The Day (09.22.14)

"Volunteers in aviation and those who support them are the heart and soul of charitable aviation, and the work they perform is invaluable. They fly needy patients for care, inspire youth by providing the unique perspective of their world from above, swiftly transport relief supplies and personnel following disasters, support environmental preservation work, relocate animals to new environments, and perform a myriad of other tasks. They all deserve to be honored with national recognition and these awards support that goal. When we honor one we honor all!" Source: Rol Murrow, President of the Air Care Alliance, commenting on  the announcement of the recipients of the 2014 Public Benefit Flying Awards.

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Sun, Sep 21, 2014

NASA Seeks America's 'Best And Brightest' For Research Fellowships

Applications Period Open For Space Technology Grants

NASA is seeking applications from U.S. graduate students for the agency's Space Technology Research Fellowships. The research grants, worth as much as $74,000 per year, will coincide with the start of the 2015 fall academic term.

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Sun, Sep 21, 2014

NBAA Names 2014 Humanitarian Award Recipients

International Jet Aviation, Make-A-Wish Foundation, To Be Honored In Orlando

The NBAA is pleased to announce that International Jet Aviation Services of Centennial, CO and the Make-A-Wish Foundation have been named as co-recipients of NBAA’s 2014 Al Ueltschi Award for Humanitarian Leadership.

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