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Sat, Jan 21, 2017

Aero-News: Quote of the Day (01.21.17)

“Going forward, we know that the economic impact of decreased business aircraft operations at PBI will be widely felt, and the government has agreed to regularly review these procedures, which we hope will identify greater efficiencies for this TFR, while also reducing the economic impact on operators and local businesses.” Source: Ed Bolen, president and CEO of NBAA, on the government's efforts to mitigate the effect of TFRs on business aviation at KPBI when President Trump visits Mar-a-Lago.

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Sat, Jan 21, 2017

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (01.21.17): Jump Zone

The airspace directly associated with a Drop Zone. Vertical and horizontal limits may be locally defined.

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Sat, Jan 21, 2017

ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (01.21.17)

The Lindbergh Foundation

The concept of balance is an integral part of what the Lindbergh Foundation Board looks for in a project requesting a grant. Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh believed in the balance between technological advances and preservation of human and natural environments.

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Fri, Jan 20, 2017

Airborne 01.20.17: Astro-NIMBY!, Airbus Flying Car, JetSuiteX v KSMO

Also: Daher Delivers, Aviation Progress, Tecnam P2012, D.B. Cooper, MH370 Search, T-45C Accident, Piper

We previously reported that studies indicate many complaints about airport noise come from a few people with a dedicated mission to file the complaints. It seems that one such person has been identified in the Washington DC area. Well known ESA astronaut, Roberto Vittori, moved his family to the Washington DC area where he bought a house in the Hillandale neighborhood north of Georgetown. After moving there, instrument procedures at Ronald Reagan National Airport were changed because of NextGen shift in flight patterns. Vittori claims the noise is now intolerable and he admits to filing some 3,000 complaints since the changes in the flight patterns were implemented. The Airbus Urban Mobility Division may conduct tests of an autonomous "flying car" later this year, according to Airbus CEO Tom End

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Fri, Jan 20, 2017

Aero-TV: Hover Camera Passport - A Gesture Controlled Selfie Drone

It’s So Simple to Operate, Anyone Can do it… And we’re Not Kidding

The drones were up and flying at the Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas in January 2017. Our ANN crew was there to cover the events, and ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, found a drone called the Hover Camera Passport, this thing is really cool! Jim talked with Hover Camera founder and CEO, MQ Wang, and started off by asking about the thought process behind this unusual drone.

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Fri, Jan 20, 2017

FAA, EAA Work Toward Streamlined Approval Of Safety-Enhancing Equipment

EAA’s Dynon STC Effort Energizes Effort Toward Broader Application

A proposed new compliance pathway for Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) for manufacturing of low risk safety-enhancing avionics and other low risk equipment emerged during a January 17 meeting in Oshkosh between EAA, top FAA officials, and aviation industry members.

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Fri, Jan 20, 2017

Legal Ruling Is First To Cite Pilot's Bill Of Rights Medical Reform Mandates

Foreign Pilot Had Been Falsely Accused Of Failing To Report An Arrest On An FAA Medical Application Form

A foreign pilot has been cleared of charges that he falsified an FAA medical application form, and an emergency order of revocation of his airman privileges has been been reversed. His attorney says that the case is the first intentional falsification matter where the Pilot’s Bill of Rights medical reform mandates played a key role in the victory.

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Fri, Jan 20, 2017

University Of North Dakota Adds Robinson R44 Cadet Trainer

First Of The Training Helicopters To Be Flown By The School

On January 13th, Robinson Helicopter Company delivered an R44 Cadet to the  University of North Dakota (UND). This is the first Cadet to be used in UND’s prestigious flight training program.

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Fri, Jan 20, 2017

Piper Dakota Down On Oregon Coast

Pilot Was Well Known Resident Of Pahrump, NV Raymond Wulfenstein

A Piper Dakota being flown by Pahrump, NV resident Raymond Wulfenstein along the Oregon coast went down Friday after the 79-year-old pilot reported to ATC that he was suffering a medical issue.

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Fri, Jan 20, 2017

AeroSports Update: BasicMed Advisory Circular Issued

Advisory Circular AC 68-1 Has Been Issued To Detail The New BasicMed Regulation

As is often the case when new regulations are issued, the regulation itself is supplemented by an advisory circular to explain what the regulation is all about. Such is the case with the new BasicMed regulation that has revise compliance requirements for a third class FAA medical.

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