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Fri, Jan 18, 2019

Airborne 01.16.19: ATC Gets Pizza, SpaceX LayOffs, AirVenture '19 AirShow

Also: Plane-Power Six-Phase A/C Alternators, NATCA Sues, AirFlair Winner, Lion Air Flight 610 CVR

Canadian air traffic controllers are doing what they can to help out their U.S. counterparts on Long Island as the American controllers work without pay during the partial government shutdown. Atlantic Canada controllers ordered up several pizzas and had them delivered to the control center on Long Island where Controllers have been working without pay since December 22 due to the partial shutdown. There are currently about 14,000 controllers in the U.S. working without pay, according to NATCA. Union representative Doug Church, the deputy director of public affairs, said the New York controllers were thrilled to get the pizza delivery. "It's just a really good shot in the arm of positive energy and positive emotion to know that, 'Hey they've got our back'," he said. It isn’t as b

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Fri, Jan 18, 2019

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C'mon, Klyde. April Fools Is Still A Couple Of Months Away

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Fri, Jan 18, 2019

Boeing HorizonX Invests in Isotropic Systems

Will Expand Satellite Communications Capabilities

Boeing has made an investment in Isotropic Systems Ltd., a London-based startup pioneering next-generation solutions to better connect people and enterprises around the globe.

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Fri, Jan 18, 2019

Air Force Pitch Day Makes $40 Million Available For Start-Ups, Small Businesses

Part Of The USAF's Larger Rapid Contracting Effort

The Air Force is calling for submissions from start-ups and small businesses as it seeks to rapidly invest up to $40 million at Air Force Pitch Day as part of a larger rapid contracting effort.

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Fri, Jan 18, 2019

Small Unmanned Aerial System Used During Barricade Incident In Los Angeles

Used The Aircraft To Locate A Suspect Hiding In A Second Floor Apartment

The Los Angeles Police Department's Metropolitan Division, Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT) utilized a small unmanned aerial system (sUAS) for the first time, during a barricade incident involving a robbery suspect.

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Fri, Jan 18, 2019

Aerocor, Apex Aviation To Provide Free Aircraft Pick Up And Delivery

Allows Maintainer To Evaluate Aircraft During Ferry Flights

Aerocor has partnered with Henderson NV-based part 145 repair station Apex Aviation to provide free aircraft pickup & delivery for its Eclipse 500 maintenance customers.

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Fri, Jan 18, 2019

Insurance Company Denies Homeowner Claims After Helo Accident

Says Pilot's Medical Certificate Had Been Revoked

The company that insured helicopter pilot Henry "Hank" Schwartz has denied claims from homeowners in the Bristol Commons condominiums in Williamsburg, VA whose homes were damaged or destroyed when Schwartz' aircraft went down in the complex.

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Fri, Jan 18, 2019

Gone West: IBAC ICAO Liaison Michael W. Hohm

Played A Key Role As The Business Aviation Industry Representative On The Air Navigation Commission

The International Business Aviation Council (IBAC) joins the business aviation community, family, and friends in mourning the loss of their colleague, Michael W. Hohm.

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Fri, Jan 18, 2019

Canadian Filmmaker Says New Drone Regulations Will Close His Business

Aircraft That Will Be Permitted To Fly Over Cities Will Be Too Expensive, He Says

A film maker in Canada says that country's new drone regulations set to go into effect June 1 will cost him his business. Alan Auld owns Imagine Films based in Thunder Bay. He says that the new drone regulations recently announced by the Canadian Government will make it very expensive to do aerial work in that city, grounding operations like his.

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Fri, Jan 18, 2019

Both Satellites For Year-Opening Ariane 5 Launch Are Now In French Guiana

GSAT-31 One Of Two Satellites To be Launched February 5

Building on Arianespace’s operational success in 2018, payload preparations for the company’s first flight in the new year are moving ahead with this week’s delivery of the mission’s second satellite, GSAT-31, to French Guiana – joining the Saudi Geostationary Satellite 1/Hellas Sat 4 (HS-4/SGS-1), which arrived earlier in January.

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