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Mon, Nov 20, 2017

Airbus Signs In Orbit Demonstration Contract With ESA

Will Propose Affordable Flight Opportunities Based On The Cost-Effective Platform Derived From The Oneweb Program

Airbus Defense and Space has signed a contract with the European Space Agency (ESA) for an in-orbit demonstrator within the frame of ESA’s Advanced Research in Telecommunications Systems (ARTES) Pioneer program.

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Mon, Nov 20, 2017

CSF Congratulates Chairman Alan Stern On His Honor From The RAS

Has Been Named An Honorary Fellow In The Royal Astronomical Society

CSF congratulates Alan Stern on his induction into the Royal Astronomical Society (RAS). His inclusion as an Honorary Fellow in the RAS was marked on Friday, November 10, 2017 after a formal announcement was made in 2015.

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Mon, Nov 20, 2017

Bell Helicopter Increases Support In The United Arab Emirates

Approves Abu Dhabi Aviation As An Authorized Customer Service Facility

Bell Helicopter has appointed Abu Dhabi Aviation as an authorized Bell Helicopter Customer Service Facility (CSF) for Bell 412s and Bell 212s to support continued customer growth in the Middle East.

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Mon, Nov 20, 2017

Bigger And Better Stampede Drone Pavilion To Take Off At ISE 2018

Event Set For Next February In Europe

The ProAV industry’s largest drone exhibition is set to return to ISE 2018 as Stampede, and bring a larger and even more broadly focused Drone Pavilion to ISE 2018 (February 6-9, 2018) at the RAI Center in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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Mon, Nov 20, 2017

DARPA Tests Space Technologies To Protect Against Emerging Threats

Contract Awarded To BAE Systems To Develop Evaluation And Analysis Testbed

DARPA has awarded BAE Systems a contract worth up to $12.8 million to develop an innovative space evaluation and analysis testbed to support the development, integration, evaluation and analysis of advanced space enterprise command and control (C2) tools and capability technologies.

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Mon, Nov 20, 2017

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (11.20.17): State Aircraft

State Aircraft Aircraft used in military, customs and police service, in the exclusive service of any government, or of any political subdivision, thereof including the government of any state, territory, or possession of the United States or the District of Columbia, but not including any government-owned aircraft engaged in carrying persons or property for commercial purposes.

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Mon, Nov 20, 2017

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (11.20.17)

Aero Linx: The Air Transport Association of Canada The Air Transport Association of Canada came into existence as a result of a conference of aircraft operators and aircraft manufacturers held in Ottawa (at the Chateau Laurier Hotel) on November 18, 1934. Forty-one delegates from commercial companies were present, as well as nine representatives from the Civil Aviation Division, which was then under the Department of National Defence, and five members of the National Research Council. The association was called the Commercial Air Transport and Manufacturers' Association of Canada. At the inception of the Association, and during its first three years of existence, the membership consisted of eighteen with equal representation from operators and manufacturers. In 1937 a permanent staff was appointed and an office was established in Ottawa. In 1939 the total membership was forty-eight. On November 2, 1942 the name was changed to the Air Industries and Transport Association of Canada

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Mon, Nov 20, 2017

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (11.20.17)

"I no longer know if personal aviation… the kind that we dreamed of as kids, and now attempt to pursue as adults, has a future… I just know that it if it is to have one, that we need to wake up, quit fooling ourselves, and start building a healthy involved sustainable community to support it. And right now, we don’t have it. Not even close. We have an industry that turns its head and ignores what kills it off, bit by bit… we have a preponderance of leaders that are afraid (or unwilling) to lead… and we work in a climate in which those who try to do the right thing are often attacked/ridiculed for it—without a peep from those who benefit from those trying to save their collective asses. Some of this occurs through ignorance… some through dishonesty and malevolence. Sometimes, it’s hard to tell which is worse…" Source: ANN CEO/Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbel

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Mon, Nov 20, 2017

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AD NUMBER: 2017-22-14

PRODUCT: Certain Rockwell Collins, Inc. TSS-4100 Traffic Surveillance System Processing Units that incorporate TSSA-4100 Field Loadable Software (FLS) Rockwell Collins part numbers 10-0052-002/-003/-010/-011/-012/-100/-101 and are installed on airplanes.

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Sun, Nov 19, 2017

Airlander 10 Gets Trashed... Again

'Broken in Two' -- This is the Airlander's Second Major Mishap

The Hybrid Air Vehicles HAV 304/Airlander 10 has been involved in yet another accident... this time when the massive inflatable broke loose from its moorings. The 302 foot airship had flown another test flight, Friday, and was moored through Saturday when something occurred breaking loose the vehicle and causing extensive damage to the airframe. Two people were reported to have suffered minor injuries as the vehicle deflated automatically once its safety systems were engaged following its disconnection from the mooring mast. The was no attempt to fly the vehicle at the time of the accident and none had been scheduled following the previous days's excursions.

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