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Sun, Apr 05, 2020

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (04.05.20)

Aero Linx: AsBAA - Asian Business Aviation Association The purpose of the Asian Business Aviation Association (AsBAA) is to promote the benefits of business aviation in Asia. We aim to help the companies who rely on business aviation aircraft succeed in the Asian market though advocacy, information, networking, coordination of messages among the members and business support services.

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Sun, Apr 05, 2020

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (04.05.20)

“We’re able to build such a strong astronaut corps at NASA because we have such a strong pool of applicants to choose from. It’s always amazing to see the diversity of education, experience and skills that are represented in our applicants. We are excited to start reviewing astronaut applications to identify the next class of astronaut candidates.” Source: Anne Roemer, manager of the Astronaut Selection Board and director of human resources at Johnson Space center, commenting on the more than 12,000 people who have applied to join NASA’s next class of astronauts, demonstrating strong national interest to take part in America’s plans to explore the Moon and take humanity’s next giant leap – human missions to Mars.

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Sat, Apr 04, 2020

NAFI Seeks FAA Relief On Certification Expirations

Agency Says It Is Working To Determine What Course Of Action Is Appropriate

Due to member concerns, NAFI has reached out to the FAA seeking relief for flight instructors whose certificates were to expire March 31. In letters to the director of FAA Flight Standards office and the manager of the Airmen Training and Certification Branch, NAFI Board Chairman Bob Meder requested the same type of temporary regulatory relief for flight instructor certificates that would expire on March 31 as was recently given for medical certificates and Part 135 qualifications.

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Sat, Apr 04, 2020

Pipistrel Partners In ARTEM Project

Aircraft Noise Reduction Technologies And Related Environmental iMpact Studies Aircraft Configurations

Pipistrel is a project partner in the ARTEM project (Aircraft noise Reduction Technologies and related Environmental iMpact) that aims at the maturing of promising novel concepts and methods which are directly coupled to new low noise and disruptive 2035 and 2050 aircraft configurations.

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Sat, Apr 04, 2020

Lockheed Martin Announces Additional COVID-19 Measures

Committed To Maintain Hiring During The Crisis To Provide Needed Jobs

Lockheed Martin CEO Marylin Hewson has announced additional measures the company is taking as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grip the world.

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Sat, Apr 04, 2020

New NOAA Program To Support And Expand Agency’s Use Of UxS

Will Promote The Safe, Efficient And Economical Operation Of Unmanned Systems

NOAA is establishing a new Unmanned Systems Operations Program to support the rapidly expanding use of these systems across the agency. The new program will promote the safe, efficient and economical operation of unmanned systems (UxS) NOAA uses to collect high-quality environmental data for the agency’s science, products and services.

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Sat, Apr 04, 2020

Stratolaunch Shifts Focus To Hypersonic Testing

World's Largest Airplane Will Carry A Variety Of Hypersonic Aircraft Aloft

Stratolaunch, a company that was founded by the late Paul Allen, is shifting its focus to hypersonic test beds carried aloft by its purpose-built aircraft.

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Sat, Apr 04, 2020

FAA Seeks Comments On Multiple Reporting Procedures

Asks Stakeholders To Weigh In On Part-91, UAS Accident Reporting And Waiver Application Paperwork

The FAA is seeking public comments on three areas in which it is working to comply with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995. The agency has published three separate notices in the Federal Register this week.

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Sat, Apr 04, 2020

FAA Releases UAS Traffic Management Pilot Program Fact Sheet

Two Key Initiatives Underway To Help Make Routine Drone Use A Reality

The FAA recognizes that unmanned aircraft systems –“UAS,” or more popularly, “drones”—are the fastest growing segment of aviation. In the United States, these aircraft are flown for fun or for performing commercial operations, going places and doing things that would otherwise be dangerous for people or other vehicles.

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Sat, Apr 04, 2020

Orion Passes Tests And Returns To Kennedy Space Center

Ownership Of The Spacecraft Will Be Transferred To NASA Later This Year

The Orion spacecraft that will fly on the Artemis 1 mission around the Moon has returned to NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, after finishing space environment tests. The spacecraft, including ESA’s European Service Module, is now at its final destination before launch. 

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