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August 16, 2021

Airborne 08.16.21: EAA v FAA, Heli Busted Over Ice Cream, Butterfly eVTOL

Also: Cygnus Spacecraft, Even More Starliner Problems, Iridium and Honeywell, Inmarsat Upgrades L-Band
After the FAA administrator spoke at Oshkosh, EAA is asking its members to rally and provide a unified voice with our elected officials. Earlier this year, a federal court determined that compensated flight instruction in experimental, limited, and primary category aircraft, even instruction obtained in an individual’s own aircraft, was contrary to FAA regulation. While the FAA has used letters of deviation authority (LODAs) and exemptions to temporarily address the issue, a long-term fix is years away under the normal rulemaking process. We all know that dairy queen has some amazing tasting treats but one helicopter takes it to a whole other leve

Just In From Mars: NASA’s Ingenuity Spots Perseverance From Above

Photos Provide The Opportunity To Test Your Eyesight Before Your Medical

After completing its 11th flight around Mars, NASA’s Ingenuity Helicopter captures images of the Perseverance rover during the mission. Perseverance was spotted amongst the sand dunes in the “South Séítah” region of the Jezero Crater on the Red Planet. Ingenuity set out to exhibit that powered, controlled flight on Mars is possible. It has progressed into demonstrating how a rotorcraft can add aerial dimension and scout areas of interest that may be too dicey for the rover to explore.

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