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May 14, 2023

Airborne 05.05.23: Perlan Project II, Whitaker For FAA Admin?, U-2s Retiring?

Also: New COPA Boss, FAA Sued Over SpaceX Starship, ZeroAvia, 2nd Axiom Mission Delayed

Airbus’s Perlan Mission II sets out to make important discoveries germane to high-altitude flight, atmospheric phenomena, and alleged climate change. The historic endeavor instantiates the culmination of decades of research conducted by a tireless international team of aviators and scientists who’ve selflessly volunteered their time and expertise for the nonprofit Perlan Project. The Biden administration is eyeing Mike Whitaker, a former Obama-era Federal Aviation Administration official, to supersede Phil Washington as its nominee for the FAA Administrator pos

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Klyde Morris (05.08.23)

Klyde Opines That Billy Nolen Can't Get Out Fast Enough...


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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (05.14.23)

Aero Linx: The Army Aviation Medicine Association 

The Army Aviation Medicine Association is the subset of members of the SoUSAFS that are also members of the Aerospace Medical association (ASMA) and is a constituent organization of ASMA with separate Bylaws and governance IAW with the constitution and Bylaws of the Aerospace MEdical Association

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (05.14.23): Night

Night [ICAO]

The hours between the end of evening civil twilight and the beginning of morning civil twilight or such other period between sunset and sunrise as may be specified by the appropriate authority.  Note: Civil twilight ends in the evening when the center of the sun's disk is 6 degrees below the horizon and begins in the morning when the center of the sun's disk is 6 degrees below the horizon.

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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (05.14.23)

“Suspending search efforts is one of the hardest decisions to be made, but after aggressively searching the area around San Clemente Island for more than 24-hours using land, air, and surface assets with negative results, the decision was made to suspend the active search until further information or developments occur. Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the missing passengers.”

Source: U.S. Coast Guard Captain Jim Spitler -- from a statement made as the USCG was forced to call off a search tha

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