Mon, Nov 28, 2011
We're getting seriously RAVE reviews over the debut of
Airborne... but here we are whole week later and its time to DO IT
AGAIN... and before a holiday, no less... but this is ANN, where we
take the news gig VERY seriously and even the prospect of a most
welcome Turkey coma can't keep us from delivering the goods!
Episode Two continues the weekly series of Aero-News programs
that will quickly evolve into something even more amazing over the
next few weeks. Keep in mind that this is early in an evolving
program of news offerings -- and that we at ANN don't play with the
status quo very well or for very long. We have AGGRESSIVE and
innovative plans for 'Airborne.' We will finish out the rest of
2011 as a weekly and have plans to dramatically up the stakes as
2012 commences... and not just in terms of frequency but in a wide
variety of truly exciting and innovative ways...
In other words, like all things ANN, you ain't seen nothing
Airborne 11.25.11 is chock full of info about the week or so
preceding this extensive episode... Presented by Aero-TV veteran
videographer and Airborne Host Ashley Hale, this episode
Despite the holiday looming on the horizon, aviation made a LOT
of news this week!
The FAA has granted a provisional type certificate to
Gulfstream for the G650.
The Air Force has told Hawker Beechcraft that its AT-6 has been
excluded from the Light Air Support bidding process
It was quite a week for Boeing
The NTSB hasn't come up with a definitive probable cause for
the accident which cost Amanda Franklin her life.
SecDef Panetta and Canadian Defense Minister MacKay say they
are committed to the F-35 joint strike fighter
For this weeks' A-V-W ... you know those little quad copters
that can be controlled with a smartphone or tablet? Watch
The Coast Guard has stunning video of the events leading up to
the rescue of the pilot of a Cessna 310 that ditched off the coast
On 'Barnstorming' this week, ANN's Jim Campbell has more than a
few things on his mind...
And finally, a recent Chautauqua/Delta Connection flight caused
a stir when a jammed bathroom door caused the co-pilot to think
they were under attack.
All this and more are presented on the latest edition of
'Airborne' -- an innovative programming initiative from the
Aero-News Network... the aviation world's most comprehensive news
and information resource!
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