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Airborne 11.09.22: HondaJet Elite II, Mesa Pipistrel Accident, T-33 Kitties

Also: Estes Falcon 9 Model, Embraer E195 'Techlion', Sporty's YE Ground School, 250th CT7 

After Honda Aircraft Company unveiled the HondaJet Elite II at NBAA-BACE, it was obvious that the little bizjet company from Japan was detemined to not be so little for long.

The big news last month was their updating the bizjet with extended range, fuel economy, and automation. And now, the big news is that the Elite II is certified and ready for action. A Pipistrel Velis Club, one of the fleet apparently destined for service with Mesa Airlines and owned by same, has gone down in Cross City, Florida, after suffering 'engine issues' while approaching the airport. The aircraft used an airframe parachute to affect a safe 'landing' despite the nearly motor-glider properties of the airframe. Can we get a ‘MEOW???’ Hickory Aviation Museum staff investigated some unusual sounds emanating from their static display T-33, quickly discovering a litter of kittens living within the cockpit of the aircraft. The North Carolina museum was able to put a face to the noise when the first of the now-grown kittens began to totter into view over the cockpit edge. All this -- and MORE in today's episode of Airborne!!!

Airborne 11.09.22 is chock full of info in this Daily News Episode, Wednesday, November 9th, 2022... Presented by Aero-TV veteran videographer and Airborne Host Holland Lee. Holland is supported by ANN Chief Videographer Nathan Cremisino, as well as ANN CEO/Editor-In-Chief Jim Campbell. This episode covers:

  • HondaJet Elite II Gets TC'ed 
  • Mesa Airlines Pipistrel Velis Suffers Engine Issues, Uses Chute
  • Litter o’ Kitties Found in Museum Display  
  • Estes Releases Falcon 9 Model Rocket 
  • Embraer E195 'Techlion' to Debut at Airshow China 2022 
  • Sporty’s Effort Brings More Than 100,000 Young People to Online Ground School
  • GE Aviation Delivers 250th CT7 Engine

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