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February 27, 2022

Klyde Morris (02.25.22)

Klyde Predicts More Than A Little 'Future Truth...'


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Classic Aero-TV: Drones to the Rescue-DJI Reports On Global Drone Rescues

From 2017 (YouTube Version): Assisted In The Rescue Of At Least 65 People On Five Continents In 2017

At least 65 people have been rescued by drones in the last year, according to a new report from drone maker DJI. The report, "More Lives Saved: A Year Of Drone Rescues Around The World," is available for download. It highlights how improved drone technology, rapid adoption by first responders and smart aviation regulations have combined to increase the pace of drone use in critical public safety missions. More than one person a week was rescued by a drone over the last year on average, the report found, including at least 18 found

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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (02.27.22)

Aero Linx: Airports Council International (ACI) Airports Council International (ACI) represents the collective interests of airports around the world to promote excellence in the aviation industry. We do this by working with governments, regional ACI members, experts, and international organizations like ICAO to develop policies, programs, and best practices that advance airport standards globally.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.27.22): Low Approach

Low Approach An approach over an airport or runway following an instrument approach or a VFR approach including the go-around maneuver where the pilot intentionally does not make contact with the runway.

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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (02.27.22)

“In speaking about synergies of the proposed merger, we are pleased to hear that the Frontier and Spirit CEOs Barry Biffle and Ted Christie recognize the need for the merged pilots’ contract to be on par with the pilots who fly for the mainline carriers. Pilots have many career options. Spirit and Frontier pilots who are currently contemplating their career choices in this hot hiring market are pleased to know that our CEOs understand that pilot compensation needs to be in line with the top of the industry in order to attract quality pilot candidates, and that this will be critical to the success of our combined carrier.” Source: From an ALPA statement made in reference to the prosed merger between Frontieer and Spir

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