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February 04, 2023

Airborne 02.03.23: Daher's 2022, EAA B-17 Heads Home, The Last 747

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Daher announced the delivery of 73 aircraft from the combined Kodiak and TBM lineup throughout 2022, with record orders for 100+ for delivery through 2024. The news tracks with the greater surge in single-engine turboprop interest in recent years, showing strong customer interest even in some of the more boutique options offered by Daher. The EAA’s B-17, “Aluminum Overcast”, is on its way home back to Oshkosh, Wisconsin after undergoing repairs following damage from Hurricane Ian. The aircraft sustained minor damage near Punta Gorda, Florida

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Insurance App Released for Drone Operators

AirModo Provides Hourly/Annual Policies to Cover Uncrewed Aircraft

A new instant drone insurance app allows uncrewed aircraft system operators to purchase either hourly or annual policies to protect their investment. Aviators of all stripes are no stranger to insurance, but the relatively low cost of hobby and enterprise UAVs has precluded the use of specialty insurance to cover them in case of accidents. AirModo takes a high-speed approach to insurance, allowing the installation of an application on iOS or Android platforms.

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Classic Aero-TV: Upgrading A Classic LSA – New Features For The RANS S7 Courier

From 2015 (YouTube Version): One Of Our Favorite Tandem Taildraggers Continues to Evolve... Delightfully

While at Sun ‘n Fun 2015, ANN News Editor, Tom Patton, visited the RANS Aircraft site to find out what the new upgrades are on the RANS S7. To get an answer for this question, he talked with RANS CEO, Randy Schlitter. As a kit-built, tandem-seating taildragger, The RANS S7 has already made a reputation for itself as being a utilitarian type of airplane. Schlitter says there have been about 10 major improvements made to what was

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