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Embraer Introduces Upgraded Phenom 100 EV


Embraer Executive Jets introduced the latest evolution of the Phenom 100—the Phenom 100 EV at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh on July 27. read more Read more here:: Embraer Introduces Upgraded Phenom 100 EV… Read more ...

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Embraer Introduces Upgraded Phenom 100 EV


Embraer Executive Jets introduced the latest evolution of the Phenom 100—the Phenom 100 EV at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh on July 27. read more Read more here:: Embraer Introduces Upgraded Phenom 100 EV… Read more ...

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Technologies That Will Shape The Future


Technology developments will continue to transform every field of aerospace, just as they have the over the last 100 years. read more Read more here:: Technologies That Will Shape The Future… Read more ...

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Technologies That Will Shape The Future


Technology developments will continue to transform every field of aerospace, just as they have the over the last 100 years. read more Read more here:: Technologies That Will Shape The Future… Read more ...

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Technologies That Will Shape The Future


Technology developments will continue to transform every field of aerospace, just as they have the over the last 100 years. read more Read more here:: Technologies That Will Shape The Future… Read more ...

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Panel Advises NASA On Low-Carbon Propulsion Priorities


Novel propulsion research should focus on turbo-electric power for large aircraft, panel tells NASA Industry experts say turbo-electric propulsion is still years away, so NASA should focus research also on gas turbines, sustainable jet fuels and propulsion-airframe integration if it wants to reduce carbon emissions. read more Read more here:: Panel Advises NASA On Low-Carbon Propulsion Priorities… Read more ...

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EAA AirVenture 2016: Soul-Searching And Promising Progress


General aviation tackles ills, courts future at annual air show Although efforts to make flying safer took center stage this year, there was no dearth of new products and improvements on existing aircraft. read more Read more here:: EAA AirVenture 2016: Soul-Searching And Promising Progress… Read more ...

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Future Technology Innovations On The Horizon


Technology developments will continue to transform every field of aerospace, just as they have the over the last 100 years. read more Read more here:: Future Technology Innovations On The Horizon… Read more ...

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EAA AirVenture 2016: Soul-Searching And Promising Progress


General aviation tackles ills, courts future at annual air show Although efforts to make flying safer took center stage this year, there was no dearth of new products and improvements on existing aircraft. read more Read more here:: EAA AirVenture 2016: Soul-Searching And Promising Progress… Read more ...

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Panel Advises NASA On Low-Carbon Propulsion Priorities


Novel propulsion research should focus on turbo-electric power for large aircraft, panel tells NASA Industry experts say turbo-electric propulsion is still years away, so NASA should focus research also on gas turbines, sustainable jet fuels and propulsion-airframe integration if it wants to reduce carbon emissions. read more Read more here:: Panel Advises NASA On Low-Carbon Propulsion Priorities… Read more ...

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Two Boeing 737-800s Bust Minimums At Australian Airport In Bad Weather


When busting minimums is the only choice At the end of a remarkable chain of inaccurate weather forecasts and missed communications opportunities, two Boeing 737-800s operated by different Australian airlines had to bust minimums within minutes of each other to prevent really bad outcomes. read more Read more here:: Two Boeing 737-800s Bust Minimums At Australian Airport In Bad Weather… Read more ...

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Accidents In Brief


Selected accidents and incidents in June 2016. The following NTSB information is preliminary. read more Read more here:: Accidents In Brief… Read more ...

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Two Boeing 737-800s Bust Minimums At Australian Airport In Bad Weather


When busting minimums is the only choice At the end of a remarkable chain of inaccurate weather forecasts and missed communications opportunities, two Boeing 737-800s operated by different Australian airlines had to bust minimums within minutes of each other to prevent really bad outcomes. read more Read more here:: Two Boeing 737-800s Bust Minimums At Australian Airport In Bad Weather… Read more ...

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Accidents In Brief


Selected accidents and incidents in June 2016. The following NTSB information is preliminary. read more Read more here:: Accidents In Brief… Read more ...

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Questions for Elliot Seguin


Elliot Sequin, experimental test pilot, Mooney Aircraft; founder/pilot Wasabi Air Racing, Mojave Air & Space Port, Mojave, California; elliotseguin@gmail.com read more Read more here:: Questions for Elliot Seguin… Read more ...

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Questions for Elliot Seguin


Elliot Sequin, experimental test pilot, Mooney Aircraft; founder/pilot Wasabi Air Racing, Mojave Air & Space Port, Mojave, California; elliotseguin@gmail.com read more Read more here:: Questions for Elliot Seguin… Read more ...

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Technologies That Will Shape The Future


Technology developments will continue to transform every field of aerospace, just as they have the over the last 100 years. read more Read more here:: Technologies That Will Shape The Future… Read more ...

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FAA Administrator Talks Safety and Innovation at AirVenture


Speaking before a diverse general aviation audience at the EAA AirVenture air show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, FAA Administrator Michael Huerta underscored the importance of government and industry collaboration and highlighted a number of initiatives that are making general aviation safer and more efficient. The passion that drives pilots to fly here, year after year, is the same passion that fuels so much of the work we do every day at the FAA, said Administrator Huerta. Were committed to making general aviation safer and more efficient and were making a lot of progress. Collaboration between the FAA and industry is allowing the GA community to benefit from upgraded technology, lower costs, and higher levels of safety. By working together, the FAA and industry are transforming general aviation in a number of ways: The FAA is offering a one-time $500 rebate to general aviation owners to help offset the cost of purchasing ADS-B Out equipment, or an integrated system that also includes ADS-B In. The agency will issue 20,000 rebates on a first-come, first-served basis beginning this fall to owners of U.S. registered, fixed-wing, and single-engine piston aircraft. The January 1, 2020 deadline will not change, so the time to buy your ADS-B equipment is now. Its a smart move. TheGot Data? External Data Access Initiative aims to increase and improve the publics access to FAA data. The initiative will spur innovation, provide better opportunities for the development of new applications and services, and ultimately, advance the safety and efficiency of the aviation industry The FAA is working to meet a recent Congressional mandate to draft a rule within 180 days that will generally allow pilots to fly without a medical certificate if they have a drivers license, held a medical certificate within the past 10 years, completed a medical education course, and have been physically examined by a state-licensed physician.… Read more ...

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Analyzing Problems, Finding Solutions Before They Cause Accidents


Preventing the crash by finding the cause first The primary purpose of investigating any aircraft accident is to prevent recurrence. Legal teams may wrestle with "who" when assigning blame, but investigators are focused on the "why" to make sure the "what" never happens again. read more Read more here:: Analyzing Problems, Finding Solutions Before They Cause Accidents… Read more ...

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Reader's Feedback (August 2016)


BCA readers share their opinions on articles we published. read more Read more here:: Reader's Feedback (August 2016)… Read more ...

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