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Fri, Feb 27, 2015

ANN Is Hiring! Videographers Needed For Airborne Unlimited Program Staff

Videographer/Reporters Needed For Airborne Unlimited Program Expansion

Aero-News and Airborne are expanding--and innovating! And we're seeking additional on-air video journalist(s) to assist us with our Feature and Scheduled programming. These are autonomous `one man/woman band` positions where you must be as comfortable behind the camera as in front of it. You will be responsible for presenting aviation/aerospace related news stories on camera while often handling all audio, video and lighting as well as editing the final product. The ideal candidate will be an experienced videographer and editor, with prior on-air experience. Being knowledgeable of the Aviation Industry is highly recommended (and will need to be learned, regardless).

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Fri, Feb 27, 2015

Police Investigate UAV Flights Over Paris Landmarks

Thee Al-Jazeera Journalists Arrested For Flying UAVs For A Story About The Unidentified UAVs

Paris police are investigating a series of UAV flights over the Eiffel Tower and other landmarks in the city that occurred earlier this week. The fights, which reportedly occurred Tuesday and Wednesday nights, have raised concerns about security in the city, though police say they are not threatening.

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Fri, Feb 27, 2015

Airborne 02.26.15: NBAA v Santa Monica, F22 Airshow Sked, Google Lunar XPrize

Also: Pioneering Space, IMC Clubs, BizJet Forecast, R44 SAIB, Twin Otter Upgrade, Cecil Field's Naval Influx

The saga of Santa Monica Airport in California continues as the NBAA has called into question new moves to diminish access to the airport.The Association’s latest statements about preserving airport access follows vote by the Santa Monica Airport Commission recommending that the city council move ahead to implement costly new leases for tenants, close a portion of the airport’s runway and enact a new emissions ordinance. If you have never seen an F-22 Raptor strut-Its-stuff, the Air Force is going to make it easier for you to know where you can see it live. The U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command F-22 Raptor demonstration has released their 2015 air show schedule, with the first performance set for the Melbourne, Florida Air & Space show held at Melbourne International Airport March 2

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Fri, Feb 27, 2015

Airbus To Unveil Latest Helicopter At Heli-Expo 2015

Reveal Of The X4 Medium-Sized Aircraft Planned For March 3

Airbus Helicopters plans to unveil its all-new X4 rotorcraft at Heli-Expo next week.

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Fri, Feb 27, 2015

Airborne 02.27.15: CS300 Flies, Nimoy Goes West, NTSB's Hart OK'd, Pilot's Bill of Rights II

Also: Bell 505 Update, Mooney Update, UAV Hysteria, AAR Sells Telair, True Blue Power, More UAV Waivers, Flyers Rights

The Bombardier CSeries CS300 airliner made its first flight today from Montreal's Mirabel airport. After a weather cancellation Thursday and nearly hour's delay this morning, the CS300 took off at 1100, ET, after dealing with an issue with the flight test monitoring system. Once fixed, C-FFDK took off from runway 24 without any problems and engaged in a 'picture perfect' 5 hour test flight. ANN also just learned of the passing of Science Fiction TV/Movie Icon, Leonard Nimoy, whose 'Mr. Spock' character inspired many to dream of great things. The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation approved Christopher Hart as chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board on February 26, sending the nomination to the full Senate. Hart originally served with the NTSB from 1990 to 1993. His most recent term with the NTSB started in August 2009

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Fri, Feb 27, 2015

Rockwell Collins Launches Pro Line Fusion For Helicopters

New Demonstrator Will Debut March 3 At HAI Heli-Expo

The flexible and modular Rockwell Collins Pro Line Fusion integrated avionics system has been selected for 17 aircraft, including business jet, air transport, tilt-rotor and military flight decks. It’s even been flight tested as an unmanned aerial system ground station.

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Fri, Feb 27, 2015

FAA To Implement Cold Weather Altitude Correction At Some Airports

New Information To Be Included In Instrument Procedures Beginning In March

The FAA plans to implement the cold temperature altitude corrections at “Cold Temperature Restricted Airports” found in Notice to Airmen Publication (NTAP) later this year.

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Fri, Feb 27, 2015

Bell Helicopter Delivers 1st Bell 429WLG In North America

Customer Is A NASCAR Driver And Entrepreneur

The first Bell 429WLG (Wheeled Landing Gear) to be delivered in the U.S. is now in the hands of its new owner; professional NASCAR driver and founder and CEO of SunEnergy1, Kenny Habul.

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Fri, Feb 27, 2015

U.K. Navy Pilot Receives RAF Decoration

Crash-Landed A Sea Fury T20 After Engine Failure

The pilot of a 1944 Sea Fury T20 making a demonstration flight during Air Day at Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose in Cornwall last July had kind of a bad day. During the flight, the engine of the airplane began to lose power, causing 44-year-old Lieutenant Commander Christopher Gotke to declare an emergency and extend his landing gear. But the plane lost all power before he could land, and as 21,000 people watched, he made a decision not to eject, and raised the landing gear to improve his glide ratio. As he approached the field, he put the gear back down, but the landing gear collapsed as the plane touched down, and the plane skidded to a stop on its belly.

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Fri, Feb 27, 2015

Twirly Birds To Celebrate 70 Years Of Vertical Flight Fellowship

Group To Gather At Heli-Expo In Orlando Next Week

Seventy years ago, a small group of fledgling helicopter pilots met to share stories, experiences, and the common bond of vertical flight, and as a nod to the pioneer airplane pilot group Early Birds, they called themselves, "Twirly Birds".  The group of "founder" members included helicopter pioneers such as Igor Sikorsky, Charles Lindberg, Stanley Hiller and Stewart Graham, to name a few. 

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