To Be On Permanent Display At Museum Of Flight In Seattle
On the anniversary of the Apollo 12 Moon landing on Nov. 19, 1969, The Museum of Flight made the first public showing of the restored remains of the F-1 rocket engines used to launch NASA's historic Apollo 12 and Apollo 16 missions to the Moon. The historic engines were recovered from the sea by Seattle-based Bezos Expeditions in 2013 and have been under conservation at the Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center. At the request of the Bezos Expeditions team, NASA has now given the artifacts to the Museum for permanent display in Seattle.
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The FAA has posted the recommendations of its UAS Registration Task Force on its website and says these recommendations will be added to the more than 4,500 public comments received to date by the agency and other data for crafting the final rule. No timeline has been set for issuing a final rule on UAV registration, which was originally supposed to be published in September of this year. Pilots are about to have one fewer choice when it comes to buying a new headset. Audio company Sennheiser says it plans to withdraw from the aircraft headset business as of March 2016. The company will fulfill all its obligations for servicing and spare parts throughout the full guarantee period for its headsets. Headsets for the air traffic control (ATC) sector are not affected by this decision, but will continue to be marketed with the current ATC team
Officials Launch Airbus Helicopters Industries In Brasov, Romania
In a ceremony held Tuesday by Guillaume Faury, CEO of Airbus Helicopters, and in the presence of Alexandru Nastase, Secretary of State, Airbus Helicopters set down the foundation stone of its new Romanian factory, established to assemble the latest helicopter to join the H Family of aircraft – the H215.
Hybrid Airship Certification Plan For Commercial Transport Approved By The FAA
The Federal Aviation Administration recently approved Lockheed Martin's project specific certification plan for the Hybrid Airship. Given that Hybrid Airships did not fit within existing FAA regulations, the team worked to create a new set of criteria allowing non rigid hybrid airships to safely operate in a commercial capacity.
Airline Is The First To Incorporate This Technological Tool In Mexico And Latin America
Aeromexico, in partnership with Lockheed Martin Commercial Flight Training (LMCFT), presented its new Boeing 787 flight simulator late last week at the Aeromexico Training facility. This device will allow Aeromexico's pilots to train under highly realistic operating conditions.
Rockwell Collins' ARINCDirect Services To Support FAA's Aircraft Fleet
The FAA has selected Rockwell Collins’ ARINCDirect flight planning, flight scheduling, international trip support, aircraft data link, safety management and flight tracking services to support flight operations for its fleet of 32 specially-equipped flight inspection aircraft.