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Sat, May 26, 2018

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (05.26.18): Dynamic Stability

The property of an aircraft that causes it, when disturbed from straight-and-level flight, to develop forces or moments that restore the original condition of straight and level.

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Sat, May 26, 2018

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (05.26.18)

ADS-B New Technology

ADS-B is about more than just replacing the ground-based system for tracking aircraft.

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Fri, May 25, 2018

Airborne 05.25.18: Aero-Fraud Sentenced, Perimeter Flight, Desert Jet Ctr

Also: Dallas Love Field, CAL FIRE Firehawks, Rotors ’N Ribs, Israeli Air Force F-35s

Robert Charles Jones Brady, owner of Beech Aviation, was sentenced in a US District Court to 7 years incarceration, 3 years supervised release, and a $400 special assessment fee for operating aircraft without an airman’s certificate, wire fraud, and falsification of records in a Federal investigation. An investigation by the DOT OIG found that it in 2016, FAA revoked Brady’s pilot certificates; yet he continued to operate aircraft and was involved in multiple schemes to defraud the Government, airmen, and the flying public using single, multi, and jet engine aircraft. Brady defrauded student pilots by directing Beach Aviation employees to fraudulently endorse student pilot logbooks as if they were FAA-certified flight instructors (CFI). International Aerobatic Club member Boyd Birchler and his wi

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Fri, May 25, 2018

Aero-TV: Drones Impacting The World - DJI and AUVSI Recognize Life-Saving UAVs

DJI Sponsors Inaugural AUVSI XCELLENCE Humanitarian Award

Five organizations that flew drones on critical, life-saving missions were recognized with the inaugural XCELLENCE Humanitarian Award by the Association for Unmanned Vehicles Systems International (AUVSI). The award, which is sponsored by DJI was presented at the AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018 conference at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado.

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Fri, May 25, 2018

Klyde Morris 05.24.18

The Secret To Success Is Sincerity, Klyde. Once You Can Fake That, You've Got It Made

FMI: www.klydemorris.com

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Fri, May 25, 2018

Teamsters Reach Tentative Agreement For Flight Dispatchers At Allegiant Air

Agreement Will Cover Workers For Five Years From Date Of Ratification

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters Airline Division and Teamsters Local 986 have reached a tentative agreement with Allegiant Air on a five-year contract for approximately 34 flight dispatchers at the company.

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Fri, May 25, 2018

Aero-TV: Drones Impacting The World - DJI and AUVSI Recognize Life-Saving UAVs

DJI Sponsors Inaugural AUVSI XCELLENCE Humanitarian Award
 
Five organizations that flew drones on critical, life-saving missions were recognized with the inaugural XCELLENCE Humanitarian Award by the Association for Unmanned Vehicles Systems International (AUVSI). The award, which is sponsored by DJI was presented at the AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2018 conference at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, Colorado.

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Fri, May 25, 2018

Fruity Chutes Names New Reseller

Inks Agreement With Corporate Service Supply & Manufacturing

Fruity Chutes, a manufacturer of recovery systems for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), has announced that Corporate Service Supply & Manufacturing (CSSM) of Ronkonkoma, NY, is now an authorized reseller of Fruity Chutes UAV Recovery systems.

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Fri, May 25, 2018

Airborne 05.25.18: Aero-Fraud Sentenced, Perimeter Flight, Desert Jet Ctr

Also: Dallas Love Field, CAL FIRE Firehawks, Rotors ’N Ribs, Israeli Air Force F-35s

Robert Charles Jones Brady, owner of Beech Aviation, was sentenced in a US District Court to 7 years incarceration, 3 years supervised release, and a $400 special assessment fee for operating aircraft without an airman’s certificate, wire fraud, and falsification of records in a Federal investigation. An investigation by the DOT OIG found that it in 2016, FAA revoked Brady’s pilot certificates; yet he continued to operate aircraft and was involved in multiple schemes to defraud the Government, airmen, and the flying public using single, multi, and jet engine aircraft. Brady defrauded student pilots by directing Beach Aviation employees to fraudulently endorse student pilot logbooks as if they were FAA-certified flight instructors (CFI). International Aerobatic Club member Boyd Birchler and his wife, Judy, are planning the adventure of a lifetime. They’re planning to f

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Fri, May 25, 2018

Airborne 05.23.18: KSMO Legal Woes, B777X Folding Wingtip, #OSH18COOL Campaign

Also: 2nd ERAU Arrow Wing Cracked, Memphis Airport, Orbital ATK Launch, Flexjet Pilot Salaries

Last week, representatives from the City of Santa Monica and the FAA sat before a judge in the D.C. Circuit Court jointly defending their consent decree that led to the shortening of the runway at KSMO, and will eventually lead to its closure. The two were before the court to respond to a Petition to Review filed by aviation interest groups in February 2017 asking the court to invalidate the Settlement Agreement between the FAA and the City. That agreement gave the city the authority to shorten the runway, which it did last December. The FAA has certified Boeing's design for folding wingtips on the 777X airliner that will allow the aircraft to operate at existing airport gates. The FAA said that the Boeing Model 777-8 and 777-9 airplanes will incorporate CFRP wings with folding wingtips. Boeing will inco

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