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Mon, Jun 27, 2022

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (06.27.22)

“Anything that was loose in the cockpit went flying, It was pretty violent… I got my headset back on, grabbed the yoke and I got the plane back under control.” Source: From a post-incident interview with Capt. Michael Wolff of the U.S. Marine Corps, who along with Maj. Cory Jones, were awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross—the military’s penultimate award for aviator valor—after piloting their stricken C-130J to a survivable landing in a California cauliflower field subsequent an inflight collision with an F-35 Lightning II.

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Sun, Jun 26, 2022

Foot-Shot Airlines Limp Toward Worsening Labor Woes

Protest Draws 1,300 Southwest Pilots

Ranks of uniformed Southwest Airlines pilots gathered beneath the scorching Texas sun at Dallas Love Field to picket in protest of their treatment by the airline. The show of solidarity drew approximately 1,300 pilots, many of whom carried signs blaming Southwest management for delays and cancellations that have upset passengers. Southwest's operation: From first to worse, one sign read, while another, more prosaic banner posited, Our passengers and pilots deserve better.

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Sun, Jun 26, 2022

ALPA To Uncle Sam: Help Protect Airline Pilot Jobs

“There Is A Growing Trend Of Scapegoating Pilots For An Airline’S Inability To Attract And Retain Staff..."

In a letter to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas from Capt. Joe DePete, president of the Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l (ALPA), and Capt. Ryan Muller, chair of ALPA’s Spirit Airlines pilot group, ALPA called on DHS to help prevent U.S. airlines from misusing the “specialty occupation” visa designation that undercuts airline pilot jobs.

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Sun, Jun 26, 2022

NASA Announces Launch Delay for Psyche Asteroid Mission

NASA Does Not Have Sufficient Time To Complete The Testing Needed Ahead Of Its Remaining Launch Period

NASA has announced that the Psyche asteroid mission, the agency’s first mission designed to study a metal-rich asteroid, will not make its planned 2022 launch attempt. Due to the late delivery of the spacecraft’s flight software and testing equipment, NASA does not have sufficient time to complete the testing needed ahead of its remaining launch period this year, which ends on Oct. 11.

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Sun, Jun 26, 2022

AEA To Award Cash Prizes For An Avionics Installation

You Are Invited To Enter To Win At AirVenture

To help owners of general aviation aircraft modernize their cockpits, the Aircraft Electronics Association will randomly award five aircraft owners with $1,000 toward an avionics upgrade during the Experimental Aircraft Association's AirVenture Oshkosh, July 25-31, in Wisconsin. Aircraft owners may enter to win one of the five $1,000 awards in Hangar B at Wittman Regional Airport, booth No. 2035/2036, beginning July 25.

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Sun, Jun 26, 2022

H55 Electric Propulsion System Receives EASA Approval

H55 EPS A-Okay Says EASA

H55, the Swiss producer of electric propulsion technology, has been awarded its design organization approval (DOA) from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The measure follows the granting of the company’s production organization approval (POA) by the Swiss Federal Office for Civil Aviation in January, 2022. The DOA and the POA allow H55 to design its electric propulsion system within a defined certification framework. The procurement of the two approvals positions the company to receive type certification for its 100kW electric propulsion system (EPS) targeted for CS23 aircraft.

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Sun, Jun 26, 2022

Klyde Morris (06.24.22)

Klyde Thinks that Being SecDoT Would Have Counted Somehow...

FMI: www.klydemorris.com

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Sun, Jun 26, 2022

Joint Signature-PS ATL Venture Announced

Putting on the Ritz at Hartsfield- Jackson

Signature Aviation has announced a joint collaboration with PS, the private luxury terminal service for commercial flights. The partnership—which will initially serve Hartsfield- Jackson Atlanta Int’l Airport—seeks to provide an elevated airport experience for discerning travelers. Through a long-term lease agreement, one of Signature’s two buildings at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Int’l Airport will serve as PS’s second purpose-built private terminal, thereby expanding the company’s operational sphere beyond its primary LAX location.

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Sun, Jun 26, 2022

Classic Aero-TV At OSH21: Avidyne Introduces New Flight Display System

From Oshkosh 2021 (YouTube Version): CEO Dan Schwinn Chats About Products and AI For Aviation

Vantage is a new flight display system in an upcoming product line from Avidyne. This first product is for the generation of SR20s and SR22s that have the original Avidyne display. It is an upgrade to 12 inch screens and much more powerful processing capability, along with additional system redundancies. The upgrade will be cost effective, bigger than what it replaces and all hybrid touch. We had the chance to speak with CEO and Founder, Dan Schwinn, about the Vantage flight display systems on the first day of Oshkosh.

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Sun, Jun 26, 2022

NTSB Prelim: Piper PA-32-300

About 700 Ft Mean Sea Level, The Engine Began To Surge, Followed By A Total Loss Of Engine Power

On June 4, 2022, about 1430 Pacific daylight time, a Piper PA-32-300, N561PK, was substantially damaged when it was involved in an accident near Snohomish, Washington. The pilot and passenger were not injured. The airplane was operated as a Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 personal flight. The pilot reported that prior to takeoff from Harvey Field Airport (S43), Snohomish, he performed an uneventful engine runup, and elected to conduct a short field takeoff from runway 17.

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