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February 07, 2017

Airborne 02.07.17: BasicMed Update, EFIS/HeliSAS Demonstrator, EAA-Seaplane Pilots

Also: Yuneec H520, Aero-Calendar, Boeing Labor, Bezos Boost, AirSatOne, New ASTM Boss, Utah Drones

Questions are being answered following an analysis of President Trump’s executive order to hold pending and new regulations for a 60-day review. Industry analysis tends to indicate that the freeze does not apply to BasicMed, which provides a long-anticipated alternative to medical certification. The executive order is a standard operating procedure for new administrations. The order exempts “any regulations subject to statutory or judicial deadlines.” Genesys Aerosystems will unveil its new state-of-the-art helicopter cockpit demonstrator at their booth during the upcoming HAI Heli-EXPO convention in Dallas. The Genesys Aerosystems cockpit demonstrator is equipped

ESA Introduces New Recruit for Astronaut Corps

Matthias Maurer Undergoing Basic Training At European Astronaut Center In Germany

Matthias Maurer, from Germany, has started his astronaut training as part of ESA’s astronaut corps. He was among the 10 finalists in 2009 selection, and is now undergoing basic training at the European Astronaut Center in Cologne, Germany.

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FAA To Hold 20th Annual Commercial Space Transportation Conference

Meetings Being Held This Week In Washington, D.C.

The FAA’s Commercial Space Transportation Conference, planned for February 7, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., and February 8, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Washington, D.C., is an opportunity for the media to gain insight into the exciting and challenging issues facing commercial space transportation, including new and emerging rocket technologies, potential future launch procedures, and human space travel.

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Judges Ruling Brings World View Launch Facility To A Halt

Voids $15 Million Development Deal With Pima County, AZ

A $15 million development deal closed more than a year ago between Pima County, AZ and World View, which hopes to carry passengers to the fringe of space under a massive balloon, has been struck down by an Arizona judge, raising questions about the status of the project.

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