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Airborne 02.09.24: Virgin Galactic Problem, Rotax Fly-In, 3 Archers

Also: EAA Webinars, Enstrom Inks Deal, New WAI COO, NetJets Goes Gogo

Virgin Galactic has admitted that during 'routine post-flight reviews' following its most recent spaceflight, ‘Galactic 06,’ the Company became aware that an alignment pin detached from the launch pylon of the mothership, VMS Eve, during flight.

 

The Company notified the FAA on January 31 in accordance with regulations and is conducting a review in conjunction with the FAA. Rotax is taking its Fly-In on the road, moving beyond its historical stomping ground of Wels, Austria. The 2024 Fly-In World Tour will see them touch down in Australia, Argentina, Canada, too, allowing more of their international market to get in on the fun. (Austria is still on, too, of course). The first trio of Archer Midnights is on the way to completion, representing what the company calls its "first three conforming" aircraft in its long road to wider mass production. The aircraft are already far enough along in the process to eye final assembly in the coming weeks, with parts being collated, machined, and installed at Archer's San Jose, California home. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne-Unlimited!!!

Airborne 02.09.24 is chock full of info in this Daily News Episode, Friday, February 97th, 2024... 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:

  • Uh, Oooopss... Problems With Virgin Galactic Flight 06 Reported to FAA
  • Rotax Announces 2024 Fly-In Tour Dates  
  • Archer Says 3 Test-Ready Aircraft Under Construction 
  • EAA Webinars Continue Later This Month
  • Enstrom Inks Deal to Peruvian Military
  • Women in Aviation International Names Stephanie Kenyon as COO  
  • NetJets Gets in With Gogo 

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