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Airborne 09.14.22: New Shepherd Failure, Tamarack Adds M2Gen2, Airline $$$

Also: SF50 Vision Crash, Qatar v Airbus, Late September Artemis Launch?, DHC-3 Wreckage Found

Blue Origin viewers got a little bit of excitement this week as the uncrewed NS-23 launch ended with some dramatic flare as the crew capsule apparently aborted the launch and departed the booster.

Viewers of the livestreamed launch saw NS-23 ascend to a height of about 30,000 feet before spying an unexpected spurt of flames from the New Shepard crew capsule. The capsule appeared to ignite its rocket-powered escape system just over a minute after launch... Tamarack announced the first SMARTWING upgrade of Cessna’s Citation M2 GEN2—an aircraft Cessna’s parent company, Textron Aviation, asserts will: “… usher in the next generation of aircraft design and technology, increasing comfort and productivity for passengers and pilots.” Tamarack initially secured FAA certification for its Active Winglet upgrade—a component of the SMARTWING system—for the Citation in 2015. Democrat lawmakers are prevailing upon the U.S. Treasury Department to launch an investigation into how airlines utilized federal COVID relief funds. In a letter to the Treasury Department’s deputy inspector general, Congressional Representatives. Carolyn Maloney (Dem. New York) and James Clyburn (Dem. South Carolina) allege U.S. airlines willfully applied federal funds earmarked for the preservation of aviation jobs, the compensation of air carrier industry workers, and the sustainment of scheduled flight operations to buyouts and staff reductions. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 09.14.22 is chock full of info in this Daily News Episode, Wednesday, September 14th, 2022... Presented by Aero-TV veteran videographer and Airborne Host Holland Lee. Holland is supported by ANN Chief Videographer Nathan Cremisino, as well as ANN CEO/Editor-In-Chief Jim Campbell. This episode covers:

  • Blue Origin Whiffs It During Uncrewed Launch
  • Tamarack Completes Inaugural Citation M2 Gen 2 Upgrade
  • Democrats Allege Federal Monies Misused by Airlines
  • Three Injured in Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet Chute Deployment
  • Qatar Airways – Airbus Rift Deepens
  • NASA Looks to Late September Artemis Launch Date
  • Whidbey Island DHC-3 Otter Wreckage Located

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