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  • Satellite Imagery

    Since the mid‑1970s, satellite imagery has made its way into everything from television weather‑casts to flight weather briefings. We see them constantly. When a hurricane is approaching the coast, viewers are presented with satellite images. When the local news shows the forecast, a satellite image is almost always used. This technology has grown progressively more […]

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  • Sun ‘n Fun Postponed Until 2021

    The 46th annual Sun ‘n Fun Aerospace Expo will not take place this year due to efforts to contain the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Instead, the Sun ‘n Fun team is working to provide events and content in a new online series. According to show organizers, the 46th annual event will be moved “to join with […]

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  • Airbus Printing Hospital Visors

    Airbus has started using its additive manufacturing (3D-printing) facilities in Spain to produce visor frames for hospitals in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. According to the company, it has already produced hundreds of visors using more than twenty 3D printers. The equipment is being distributed to hospitals near Airbus’ facilities in Spain. “Overnight, we […]

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  • Virtually There: Zenith Aircraft Retools Workshop Class

    Instead of canceling an upcoming builder workshop, kit manufacturer Zenith Aircraft has turned it into a virtual affair. Zenith has been running a hands-on workshop for prospective builders for decades, but this one is, obviously, different. “Instead of participants traveling to our factory to attend the rudder build workshop,” says Zenith’s Sebastien Heintz, “we will […]

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  • NATA, NBAA Call For CARES Guidance

    The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) and National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin on Wednesday requesting additional guidance and flexibility for the general aviation community on the loan and grant provisions enacted in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The letter (PDF) […]

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  • Appareo Introduces Electronic Flight Bag App

    With the new Stratus Insight app, Appareo has jumped into the EFB market currently dominated by ForeFlight and Garmin’s Pilot apps. Now offering an all-in-one app, Insight adds full mapping capabilities to features previously available on its Horizon app, which include an EFIS display using the attitude information inside a Stratus transponder and transcription of […]

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  • SubSonex Project: First Flights and More

    Paul Dye's SubSonex traveled a long road from idea to construction to first flight. Here's his wrapup on the project.

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  • Boeing Will Take Aid, Won’t Give Equity

    Days after Boeing publicly thanked the U.S. government for passing the CARES Act, CEO David Calhoun told Fox Business News that it would not avail itself of the direct grants if it means trading equity in the company. “If they attach too many things to it, of course you take a different course,” he said, […]

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  • Air Plains Services Gains PMA for Cessna Airbox Gasket

    Air Plains Services has gained Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) from the Federal Aviation Administration to manufacture new replacement airbox gaskets for a variety of Cessna single-engine piston aircraft.

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  • Airbus Voom Ends Operations

    Airbus has closed the doors on its Voom urban air mobility (UAM) project, according to an announcement from Voom CEO Clément Monnet on Monday. The on-demand helicopter “air taxi” booking platform officially launched in 2016 and has been operating in São Paulo, Brazil, since 2017, Mexico City, Mexico, since 2018 and California’s San Francisco Bay […]

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