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Wed, Feb 26, 2020

Kobe Bryant's Widow Sues Helicopter Operator

Basketball Star And His 13-Year-Old Daughter Were Fatally Injured In California Accident

The widow of basketball star Kobe Bryant, who along with his 13-year-old daughter and seven others were fatally injured when the helicopter they were aboard impacted terrain in California last month, has sued the helicopter operator for the wrongful death of her husband and daughter.

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Wed, Feb 26, 2020

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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Wed, Feb 26, 2020

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (02.26.20)

“These new training requirements for flight crews will go a long way in providing the nation’s commercial pilot workforce with the latest and safest flight deck practices and procedures.” Source: FAA Administrator Steve Dickson

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Wed, Feb 26, 2020

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.26.20): Final Monitor Controller

Air Traffic Control Specialist assigned to radar monitor the flight path of aircraft during simultaneous parallel (approach courses spaced less than 9000 feet/9200 feet above 5000 feet) and simultaneous close parallel approach operations.

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Wed, Feb 26, 2020

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (02.26.20)

Taking flight together, United Airlines celebrates Black History Month

If you walk into the famed Museum of Science and Industry on Chicago's South Side, you'll pass scores of artifacts and tributes to our progress as human beings, our boundless ingenuity and endless curiosity, and — above all — our capacity to come together in pursuit of a better future.

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Wed, Feb 26, 2020

AD: The Boeing Company Airplanes

AD NUMBER: 2020-03-10

PRODUCT: Boeing Model 737 series airplanes, except for Model 737-100, -200, -200C, -300, -400, and -500 series airplanes.

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Tue, Feb 25, 2020

Airborne 02.24.20: New Bell EDAT, Jetman Upgrades, Amateur Rocket Fatality

Also: Artemis Lunar Exploration Program, X-57 Undergoes Tests, Airport Grants, Kuwait v Airbus

A bit of a surprise media leak made the ever-innovative folks at Bell Helicopter take the wraps off one of the more intriguing helicopter configurations we’ve seen in many years. Marrying a Bell 429 to something of a quadcopter-style electric multi-rotor tail assembly, the Bell EDAT (Electrically Distributed Anti-Torque), may offer some exciting new capabilities and efficiencies to the already rugged 429 and other Bell airframes. When the sport aviation world was introduced to ‘Jetman’ inventor Yves Rossy, he showed the world what could happen when you strapped a few small hobby-jet engines to a wing and strapped it to a skydiver. The result was a joy to behold a few years back. But recently, things have taken on a whole new aspect with the continued development of the Jetman program to

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Tue, Feb 25, 2020

Airborne-Unmanned 02.18.20: UAS Symposium, Unmanned Growlers, Bell Transport 70

Also: UAVOS Upgrades, UAV’s Flight Control Solutions, NASA-Collins Aerospace, Black Swift Technologies

The FAA and AUVSI will co-host the 5th Annual FAA UAS Symposium on June 16-18, 2020, at the Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD. The Symposium will bring together representatives from the FAA, other government agencies, industry, and academia. The presenters and panelists will discuss the latest information and advancements related to the diverse uses of unmanned aircraft, and how these new entrants are being safely integrated into the National Airspace System. Boeing and the U.S. Navy successfully flew two autonomously controlled EA-18G Growlers at Naval Air Station Patuxent River as unmanned air systems using a third Growler as a mission controller for the other two. The flights, conducted during the Navy Warfare Development Command’s annual fleet experiment (FLEX) exercises,

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Tue, Feb 25, 2020

Airborne-Unmanned 02.25.20: Solar UAV, uAvionix tailBeaconX, Parrot Micro-Drones

Also: Air-Taxi Feasibility Study, Blind Man Found By Drone, UAS Privacy-Environmental Concerns, Kigali Forum

PHASA-35, a 115-foot wingspan solar-electric aircraft, has successfully completed its maiden flight. PHASA-35 has been designed, built and now flown in less than two years. Designed to operate unmanned in the stratosphere, above the weather and conventional air traffic, PHASA-35 offers a persistent and affordable alternative to satellites combined with the flexibility of an aircraft, which could be used for a range of valuable applications including forest fire detection and maritime surveillance. As a High Altitude Long Endurance (HALE) vehicle, PHASA-35 is powered by the Sun during the day and by batteries overnight. The long-life battery and highly efficient solar technology could allow the aircraft to maintain flight for up to a year operating in the stratosphere, the upper regions of t

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Tue, Feb 25, 2020

FAA To Discontinue Notices To Airmen Publication

Information Will Be Relocated To New Websites

The FAA will discontinue publication of the notices of airmen publication (NTAP) effective June 18, with the final NTAP published on May 21. The decommissioning is part of the overall notices to airmen (NOTAM) modernization effort.

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