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August 14, 2023

Adventure Pilot Introduces iFly EFB 12.2

Updated App Integrates with Avidyne's Advanced Flight Displays

Adventure Pilot, a provider of Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) solutions, has announced the release of iFly EFB 12.2, an update by which the aviation community may avail itself of advanced EFB features, to include integration with Avidyne's advanced flight displays.

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FAA's MOSAIC -- Long Awaited Hail Mary For Personal GA?

With Time to Digest, an Industry Mulls the Reality of MOSAIC

On July 19, 2023, FAA published the much anticipated but seriously delayed NPRM for Modernization of Special Airworthiness Certification (MOSAIC) rule. This regulatory reform has been discussed, fomented, promulgated, and negotiated for nearly twenty years, and now that the NPRM has been published it is obviously a pared and watered-down version of what the languishing personal and recreational aviation community really needed.

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West Virginia College to Expand Aviation Program

Pierpont Technical College Looks to Up Enrollment

West Virginia’s state legislature has approved a $25-million budget allocation for the construction of an aviation maintenance training facility at the Mountain State’s North Central West Virginia Airport (CKB). The proposed 70,000-square-foot structure will facilitate increased enrollment in nearby Pierpont Community and Technical College’s aviation tech program. The college aspires to see the aforementioned program grow from its current roster of 130 students to upwards of two-hundred enrollees.

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Archer Makes a Trio of Major Announcements

Cometh the Midnight Hour

Archer Aviation, the California-based designer of electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) aircraft, has secured a $215-million equity investment from Stellantis—an American-Italian-French multinational automotive manufacturing corporation—Boeing, United Airlines, and a number of financial institutions including ARK Invest. The capital infusion boosts Archer’s total to-date funding to over $1.1-billion. Furthermore, the FAA has granted Archer approval to commence flight-testing of its Midnight eVTOL aircraft. Additionally, Archer has reached an agreement with Boeing and Wisk by which the three concerns will enter into an autonomous flight collaboration and settle pending litigation. Finally, Archer

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