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Fri, Mar 05, 2021

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (03.05.21)

Aero Linx: International Association of Professional Gyroplane Training (IAPGT) We are an Association of people who fly, build or regulate Gyroplanes, who have a dream of a single Gyroplane pilot licence accepted in every country around the world, and a community of Gyroplane Pilots who are free from accidents. Gyroplane Flying Instructors, in addition to teaching the minimum standards prescribed by the regulator in the country in which they are operating, can opt-in to the IAPGT framework. This means they are working in accordance with the IAPGT Voluntary Code of Practice.

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Fri, Mar 05, 2021

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (03.05.21): Clearway

Clearway An area beyond the takeoff runway under the control of airport authorities within which terrain or fixed obstacles may not extend above specified limits. These areas may be required for certain turbine-powered operations and the size and upward slope of the clearway will differ depending on when the aircraft was certificated.

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Fri, Mar 05, 2021

ANN FAQ: May I Post An Aero-News Story On MY Site?

As Long As You Ask Us, It's Usually OK

It's a question the ANN staff is asked too many times per week to count. The message usually goes something like this: "I really enjoyed the story Aero-News did on (fill in topic here.) I'd love to post it on my blog/newsletter/website... is that OK?"

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Fri, Mar 05, 2021

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (03.05.21)

“The Gulfstream team continues its commitment to the future of the G280 program, ensuring adherence to the most stringent standards, whether for safety, performance or noise emissions. Aircraft noise abatement goals are vital to ensuring the livelihood of the aviation and aerospace industries and demonstrating our efforts to be good neighbors to those who live or work near airfields, airports or flight paths.” Source: Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream, commenting on recent determinations by the FAA. which has confirmed that the super-midsize Gulfstream G280 meets the certifying organization’s recently intensified noise standards.

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Thu, Mar 04, 2021

Airborne 03.01.21: ERAU e-Plane, Flying Leatherneck, Citation Excel Upgrade

Also: FAA Vaccine Update, New Glenn Schedule, Collier Trophy Nominees, Van’s Aircraft

After nearly four years of perseverance, the Embry-Riddle's Eagle Flight Research Center (EFRC) team is celebrating a milestone in its electric propulsion research: its Diamond HK-36 completed a successful taxi test exclusively on electrical power. Dubbed the eSpirit of St. Louis — in honor of Charles Lindbergh’s notion of balance between aviation and the environment — the aircraft serves as a testbed for students to gain experience on the interdisciplinary aspects of mixing electrical engineering skills with aerospace engineering. On April 1, 2021, the United States Marine Corps intends to permanently close MCAS Miramar’s Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum. The future of the artifacts, research library, and aircraft, which belong to the Marine Corps, is unknown. We have been told th

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Thu, Mar 04, 2021

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (03.04.21)

Aero Linx: Alaskan Aviation Safety Foundation Welcome to the Alaskan Aviation Safety Foundation. The foundation was created to improve aviation safety in Alaska through education, advocacy and research. We are a non-profit  membership organization, established as a 501(c) 3 tax exempt corporation. Some of our activities include organizing  safety seminars, hosting a  segment on public television, and participating in a variety of forums and working groups to promote aviation safety.

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Thu, Mar 04, 2021

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (03.04.21): Area Navigation (RNAV)

Area Navigation (RNAV) A method of navigation which permits aircraft operation on any desired flight path within the coverage of ground - or space-based navigation aids or within the limits of the capability of self-contained aids, or a combination of these.

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Thu, Mar 04, 2021

ANN FAQ: Share Aero-News With Your Friends

Send Them A Story -- We Don't Mind!

Do you need another set of eyes to see that story you can't believe Jim just wrote? Want to spread ANN's unique wisdom and perspective to the masses, or share the latest Klyde Morris with another member of the flying community? (Or perhaps to someone who just really, really likes ants?)

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Wed, Mar 03, 2021

Airborne 03.01.21: ERAU e-Plane, Flying Leatherneck, Citation Excel Upgrade

Also: FAA Vaccine Update, New Glenn Schedule, Collier Trophy Nominees, Van’s Aircraft

After nearly four years of perseverance, the Embry-Riddle's Eagle Flight Research Center (EFRC) team is celebrating a milestone in its electric propulsion research: its Diamond HK-36 completed a successful taxi test exclusively on electrical power. Dubbed the eSpirit of St. Louis — in honor of Charles Lindbergh’s notion of balance between aviation and the environment — the aircraft serves as a testbed for students to gain experience on the interdisciplinary aspects of mixing electrical engineering skills with aerospace engineering. On April 1, 2021, the United States Marine Corps intends to permanently close MCAS Miramar’s Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum. The future of the artifacts, research library, and aircraft, which belong to the Marine Corps, is unknown. We have been told th

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Tue, Mar 02, 2021

Airborne 02.26.21: PAL-V Milestone, Air Race E, EAA Air Academy

Also: Howard 250 Joins LSFM, SmartSky Raises Bucks, Hydrogen Powered Propulsion System

Getting a flying car to the market is hard but PAL-V notes latest milestone. Following their obtaining on-the-road operating permissions for Europe, PAL-V is now reportedly also the first to complete the full certification basis with EASA. Based on PAL-V's 10 years of test results, EASA specialist teams finalized the requirements for the PAL-V Liberty. The final phase is compliance demonstration before CarFlying becomes reality for PAL-V's customers. Air Race E, a hopeful electric air race promoter, has announced it is launching two new distinct race classes: one an airplane and the other a VTOL. The move to amplify its operations and create more races is reportedly the direct result of high levels of interest and demand from across the industry. The new airplane formula will be named the Performance Class and w

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