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May 11, 2023

Airborne-Flight Training 05.11.23: T-7A Delay, Army Safety, NBAA Conference

 Also: More Honors For The Kings, FedEx Mother/Daughter, Skyhawk Panel, Aviation Bill

The T-7A Red Hawk jet trainer won't be expected to reach initial operational capability until spring of 2027 according to an Air Force release. The aircraft was supposed to be the next-generation replacement for the long-in-the-tooth, but venerable, T-38 Talon. Following his 28 April aviation safety stand-down order, U.S. Army Chief of Staff General James McConville set forth he expects the service’s helicopters to be airborne in a matter of days. Speaking before the Senate Appropriations Committee’s defense subpanel, McConville explained he had directed aviation units to pause all flight operations for purpose of reviewing all procedures

SmartSky Networks Completes Dassault Falcon 2000 STC

Flagship Internet Installation Successfully Converts Falcon into Do-All Business Machine

SmartSky Networks announced their newest collection to the company's portfolio of STC's after obtaining approval for their air-to-ground system in the Dassault Falcon 2000EX. The suite provides high-speed internet throughout the duration of a flight, providing passengers and crew a symmetrical, 2-way data link for whatever they need. From video streaming to multi-user conferences, the SmartSky system can handle user needs with aplomb. After returning the aircraft to service, the company saw 7 gigabytes of data used over a 3-hour test flight from Colorado to the Bahamas, split between uploaded and downloaded content.

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uAvionix Frequency Manager Released

Dynamic Frequency Management System Sorts, Supports Multiple Uncrewed Aircraft Simultaneously

Communications specialist uAvionix has tackled a standing issue in uncrewed aviation with a system to manage multiple Command and Control frequencies for simultaneous, discrete UAV missions. As the industry looks to expand into more real-world use cases of UAV cargo delivery and multi-unit survey, fleet managers have begun to run up against issues of frequency congestion and interference between separate aircraft - and the skies aren't getting any less congested as the industry grows. The Dynamic Frequency Management System (DFMS) works with C2 on the protected 5030 to 5091 MHz aviation spectrum, enabling enterprises to dynamically assign freque

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Honeywell Offers Live Guidance for AAM Certification and Regulation

Advanced Air Mobility Industry Nets 1st Commercial Guidance Doc

Advance Air Mobility, the aviation industry’s gestating aircraft segment, has become the beneficiary of a novel document by Honeywell in the form of the “industry’s first certification reference guide across key vehicle segments”. The AAM industry is still in the midst of taking its baby steps, with designers, manufacturers, and regulators all hammering away at establishing the codes, procedures, norms, and rules that will accompany worldwide fleets of VTOL aircraft sporting a whole suite of new propulsion systems. Honeywell is throwing its hat into the ring to help nascent AAM companies find their footing as they look to design and certify crewed and uncr

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