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April 25, 2023

Airborne 04.25.23: Genesys IFR Helis, Aspen Update, True Blue Power

 Also: MKC Gustnado, Yellow Ribbon Honor Flight, WWII B-24 Pilot Found, AEA-LIVE Continues

 
 
Genesys Aerosystems is working jointly with Airbus Helicopters for the development of IFR capabilities for the single engine H125. The Genesys Helicopter Suite will be certified to allow H125 operators to expand the helicopter's mission capabilities in all weather conditions. While Aspen completes its role in their merger into Airo Group, they continue to upgrade the capabilities of their Pro Max flight displays. They have extended runway centerlines on the MFD map, reduced auto max brightness, and are adapting the series to work with a number of new autopilot systems. True Blue Power unveiled two new, main-ship-batteries at 2023’s AEA Int

GOGO to Expand 5G Network into Canada

In-Flight Connectivity Goes North

Gogo Business Aviation announced on 24 April 2023 that it will expand its Gogo 5G network into Canada, thereby providing additional coverage to business aviation operators in North America.  

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True Blue Power Unveils New Lithium Main-Ship-Batteries

Lighter, Stronger, Smarter

True Blue Power—the Kansas and California-based aerospace technology concern specializing in the design and manufacture of aircraft electrical power systems, USB and wireless chargers, power conversion products, emergency power supplies, and advanced lithium-ion batteries—announced on 24 April 2023 that it had developed, certified, and would presently unveil two new, main-ship-batteries at 2023’s Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) International Convention and Trade Show.

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Yellow Ribbon Honor Flight Returns to AirVenture 2023

Honoring the Veterans of America’s Bleakest War

Among the most emotional and poignant traditions of the Experimental Aircraft Association’s (EAA) annual AirVenture fly-in will again be observed in 2023. One-hundred Vietnam War veterans will be honored on 28 July with a Yellow Ribbon Honor Flight by which they will be transported from Oshkosh, Wisconsin’s Wittman Regional Airport to Washington D.C.

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Airborne 04.17.23: Young Eagles Day, China v Pooh, CAF Rescue Ops

Also: Bombardier Surviving, FAA Protecting Whistleblowers?, DFC Awarded, NBAA V SMS

The 30th annual International Young Eagles Day will be held on 10 June 2023. The yearly event is undertaken to encourage EAA members to participate in the Young Eagles program. In 2023, the EAA is stepping up its support of EAA International Young Eagles Day by hosting a webinar for Young Eagles volunteers. Taiwan’s military news agency released photos of a young Taiwanese pilot conducting a pre-flight inspection of his aircraft. The left shoulder of the aviator’s flight-suit is clearly visible and emblazoned with an embroidered patch depicting a Formosan black bea

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Airborne 04.17.23: Young Eagles Day, China v Pooh, CAF Rescue Ops

Also: Bombardier Surviving, FAA Protecting Whistleblowers?, DFC Awarded, NBAA V SMS

The 30th annual International Young Eagles Day will be held on 10 June 2023. The yearly event is undertaken to encourage EAA members to participate in the Young Eagles program. In 2023, the EAA is stepping up its support of EAA International Young Eagles Day by hosting a webinar for Young Eagles volunteers. Taiwan’s military news agency released photos of a young Taiwanese pilot conducting a pre-flight inspection of his aircraft. The left shoulder of the aviator’s flight-suit is clearly visible and emblazoned with an embroidered patch depicting a Formosan black bea

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AirVenture 2023 to Host Continental A-40 Gathering

Summit of the Flat Fours

As aircraft powered by Continental's legendary A-40 engine are exceedingly rare, the opportunity to see more than a dozen such machines at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2023 is unique and ought not be missed. This summer’s event, to be held 24-30 July at Oshkosh, Wisconsin’s Wittman Regional Airport (OSH), occasions the largest gathering of A-40 engines in the last sixty-years.

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NBAA Boss Praises Outgoing Billy Nolen

For a Job Well Done ….

National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) President and CEO Ed Bolen extended his appreciation to Acting Federal Aviation Administration Administrator Billy Nolen for his outstanding service to the aviation industry. Bolen’s comments follow the sad news that Mr. Nolen intends to leave the agency later this year.

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Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics Guides ANN-AEA Day 2 Coverage!

Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics and True Blue Power AEA2023 Booth #202   The 3-Pack is Back! Trusted, 2-inch Standbys Go Digital   The Flex 3-Pack of digital instruments will be on display in the Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics and True Blue Power booth, #202, throughout AEA, April 24 – 27 at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

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Klyde Morris (04.21.23)

Klyde's Not Quite Ready To Cheer...

FMI: www.klydemorris.com

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NTSB Prelim: Cessna 177RG

During The Landing Roll, The Airplane Rolled From Left To Right And The Landing Gear Subsequently Collapsed

On March 15, 2023, about 1335 mountain daylight time, a Cessna 177RG, N2572V, sustained substantial damage when it was involved in an accident in Spanish Fork, Utah. The pilot was not injured. The airplane was operated as a Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations Part 91 personal flight.The pilot departed Provo Municipal Airport (PVU), Provo, Utah and retracted the landing gear during the initial climb out. He noted that the landing gear down and locked green light extinguished, the landing gear hydraulic pump blue light illuminated and subsequently extinguished, when the landing gear locked and stowed yellow light illuminated.

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Classic Aero-TV: FACTS Saves Lives - Aircare International’s Emergency Training

From 2019 YouTube Version): Aircare International Has Been Elevating In-Flight Safety For More Than 40 Years

For over 40 years, Aircare FACTS Training has been providing human factor-based emergency procedures training for pilots, flight engineers, flight attendants, other cabin crew and executive frequent flyers. Aircare FACTS Training offers a variety of research-based programs, specifically designed to meet the needs of business aviation and public/military aircraft, especially those looking to meet the cabin safety requirements outlined in FAR Part 135.331.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Linx (04.25.23)

Aero Linx: United Flying Octogenarians Short answer: we are an international group of more than 1,800 pilots who have acted as a certificated PIC on or after our 80th birthday. The UFO was "born" on November 2, 1982, in Las Vegas, NV. There, a group of senior pilots who mutually shared a love of aviation, set about to form a tax-exempt organization that would attract other 80-year-olds to join their quest.

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ANN's Daily Aero-Term (04.25.23): Charted VFR Flyways

Charted VFR Flyways Charted VFR Flyways are flight paths recommended for use to bypass areas heavily traversed by large turbine-powered aircraft. Pilot compliance with recommended flyways and associated altitudes is strictly voluntary. VFR Flyway Planning charts are published on the back of existing VFR Terminal Area charts.

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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (04.25.23)

“Building on our nationwide network in the contiguous United States, expanding into Canada will allow our customers to realize enhanced inflight connectivity in more destinations and routes where they fly. We have been planning for this and I know our network deployment and field operations teams are ready to execute.” Source: Gogo president and CEO Sergio Aguirre, commenting on the news that the reach of Gogo 5G will be extended to Canada... Gogo 5G is expected to deliver, on average, ~25 Megabit

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Aero-News: Quote of the Day (04.23.23)

“Just as the Wright brothers continued their experiments well after that momentous day at Kitty Hawk in 1903, the Ingenuity team continues to pursue and learn from the flight operations of the first aircraft on another world.” Source: Lori Glaze, director of the Planetary Science Division at NASA Washington D.C. headquarters, commenting the amazing longevity and the 50th flight of the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter.

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