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Fri, Oct 19, 2018

Bell And Yamato Announce Strategic Collaboration

Goal Is To Transform On-Demand Delivery Service

Bell Helicopter and Yamato Holdings Co.have announced a strategic collaboration for the future of civilian aerial logistics. Together they aspire to be a global leader in electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) logistics and plan to do so by collaborating to integrate innovative autonomous unmanned vehicle systems and package handling systems to create an exceptional customer experience for on-demand logistics services. They expect to introduce their initial product into service by mid-2020s.

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Fri, Oct 19, 2018

FlightAware Announces Flight Tracking Coverage Growth

Now Able To Track Aircraft Anywhere On The World

FlightAware has announced that they are now able to track aircraft anywhere in the world, including positions in the air and activity on the ground. "Since most disruption happens while an aircraft is on the ground, there's tremendous value in having insight into what's going on before and after takeoff, particularly for our business aviation customers," said Daniel Baker, FlightAware Founder and CEO.

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Fri, Oct 19, 2018

Gulfstream Increases Safety And Efficiency For Operators

Company Aircraft Are First In Industry Certified For Visual Advantage Credit

Gulfstream has announced its fleet of in-production aircraft has FAA approval for Visual Advantage credit using the Enhanced Flight Vision System (EFVS). This industry-first approval gives select operators authorization to dispatch and begin instrument approaches in low-visibility conditions below published approach minima.

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Fri, Oct 19, 2018

FlightSafety’s eLearning Courses Join USAIG’s Safety Initiative

Makes A Diverse Portfolio Of Services Available To Policyholders

USAIG, an aviation-specific insurance provider, proudly welcomes FlightSafety International to its Performance Vector safety initiative. Performance Vector enables eligible policyholders to select annually from a diverse portfolio of training and safety-enhancing services delivered by world-class providers. A broad selection of eLearning courses from aviation-training-leader FlightSafety International has been added to the list of options accessible through the annual Performance Vector benefit. 

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Fri, Oct 19, 2018

Sikorsky Operator Marks Safe Flight Milestone With S-76 Helicopters

American Express Flight Department Hits 8,000 Hours Of Safe Flight

Sikorsky has recognized American Express’ corporate flight department for achieving 8,000 hours of safe flight with its fleet of S-76 helicopters. The event took place during the 2018 National Business Aviation Association Convention & Exhibition.

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Fri, Oct 19, 2018

GrandView Aviation Launches Phenom 300 Charter Jet Membership Program

First Tier Of The Program Is Free To Join

GrandView Aviation has launched a Phenom 300 jet charter membership program. The first tier of membership, Altitude, includes flexible cancellation fees and catering credits when the member is on board, and is free to join.

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Fri, Oct 19, 2018

Becker Submits TCAS II Compatible, ADS-B Transponder For EASA Certification

Designed Specifically For Full Interoperability With Existing TCAS II Systems

Becker has submitted for EASA certification the company BXT6500 family’s latest version Mode S transponder, designed specifically for full interoperability with existing TCAS II systems, as well as ADS-B compliant. The BXT Mode S transponder provides a much needed alternative to traditional Mode S suppliers in regional airline TCAS II operations, as well as any place TCAS II systems are in use such as business jets and air transport operations, both civil and military.

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Fri, Oct 19, 2018

Kopter Announces New Distributor For The Nordic Countries

Swiss Helikopter Norway AS Is Nordic Distributor

Kopter is proud to announce the appointment of Swiss Helikopter Norway AS as its Nordic distributor, on the second day of Helitech.

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Thu, Oct 18, 2018

Airborne 10.18.18: PC-24 Expands Reach, Falcon 8X EFVS, Honda Performance Pkg

Also: NetJets Global 7500, New Tower At KGSO, Dassault FalconConnect, Bent Wing Flight Services

The PC-24 is taking hold across the globe... Following the TC issuance last December, Pilatus has delivered twelve aircraft to the United States, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Southern Africa. By the end of this year, the company expects 23 PC-24s will be in customer operation. The global fleet of in-service PC-24s have accumulated 1200 flight hours, with the fleet leader already clocking up over 620 flight hours. This aircraft, the first serialised production PC-24, is owned and operated by the U.S. fractional ownership company, PlaneSense. The FAA and EASA have both certified the Falcon 8X for an enhanced flight vision system capability that gives operational credit for poor visibility approaches down to 100 ft, greatly improving access to airports in bad weather. The new EFVS capability, provided thro

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Thu, Oct 18, 2018

Airborne 10.17.18: Gone West: Paul Allen, Gulfstream G600 Range, BBJ MAX

Also: TBM 930 Charter, Bell And Yamato, 2019 WAI Scholarships, AS365 Dauphin/Universal Avionics

To a number of us at ANN, Paul Allen was a friend, an inspiration, and a fellow space aficionado. Paul passed away Monday from complications of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in Seattle. He was 65 years old. Speaking on behalf of Vulcan Inc., the Seattle Seahawks and Portland Trailblazers, Stratolaunch Systems, the Allen Institute and the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Vulcan CEO Bill Hilf said, “All of us who had the honor of working with Paul feel inexpressible loss today. He possessed a remarkable intellect and a passion to solve some of the world’s most difficult problems, with the conviction that creative thinking and new approaches could make profound and lasting impact... Gulfstream has announced a second range increase for its Gulfstream G600 business jet. The aircraft wi

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