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Un avion léger sur les Champs Elysées
5 Mar 2007
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Avion en bambou du début de l'aviation
4 Mar 2007
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crash avion
9 Oct 2007
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Avion Biplane product review and flight demos with bonus "Out-take Crashes!". Lots of fun in small spaces. With a proportional rudder and motor, it flies fairly well.
5 Aug 2009
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While we've been enjoying the fruits of the certified EFIS developments that have popped up over the last few years, we are duty-bound to mention that the experimental aircraft industry has been developing these technologies for many years... and flying them for nearly as long. As a matter of fact, a number of certified products started with the experimental industry. Aero-TV spent some amusing moments with Blue Mountain Avionics' boss, Greg Richter, an irrepressible sort of fellow who has spearheaded a phenomenal amount of glass panel development programs for sport aircraft. In addition to being quite an innovator, we must note that its hard to come away from this feature without also noting that he's a bit of a character... this was a wild (and fun) interview -- despite the fact that we had to brave some uncharacteristically cool temps in central Florida on the closing day of the 2008 US Sport Aviation Expo. Greg's first EFIS flew in 1997, and since then, he has driven Blue Mountain to become one of the preeminent suppliers of EFIS, FMCS and Autopilots for homebuilts and light-sport aircraft. Richter tells ANN that his product line boasts, "the fastest AHRS available (at 420 deg/sec, 4x the nearest competitor), the brightest sunlight-readable displays, built-in WAAS GPS, moving map, 3D terrain avoidance, engine monitor and automated nav/com control." Blue Mountain EFIS installations can be seen in any number of sport aircraft... ranging form Van's speedy RVs to L-39s and even experimental rocketplanes. FMI: www.bluemountainavionics**** Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
29 Apr 2008
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While we've been enjoying the fruits of the certified EFIS developments that have popped up over the last few years, we are duty-bound to mention that the experimental aircraft industry has been developing these technologies for many years... and flying them for nearly as long. As a matter of fact, a number of certified products started with the experimental industry. Aero-TV spent some amusing moments with Blue Mountain Avionics' boss, Greg Richter, an irrepressible sort of fellow who has spearheaded a phenomenal amount of glass panel development programs for sport aircraft. In addition to being quite an innovator, we must note that its hard to come away from this feature without also noting that he's a bit of a character... this was a wild (and fun) interview -- despite the fact that we had to brave some uncharacteristically cool temps in central Florida on the closing day of the 2008 US Sport Aviation Expo. Greg's first EFIS flew in 1997, and since then, he has driven Blue Mountain to become one of the preeminent suppliers of EFIS, FMCS and Autopilots for homebuilts and light-sport aircraft. Richter tells ANN that his product line boasts, "the fastest AHRS available (at 420 deg/sec, 4x the nearest competitor), the brightest sunlight-readable displays, built-in WAAS GPS, moving map, 3D terrain avoidance, engine monitor and automated nav/com control." Blue Mountain EFIS installations can be seen in any number of sport aircraft... ranging form Van's speedy RVs to L-39s and even experimental rocketplanes. FMI: www.bluemountainavionics**** Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
30 Apr 2008
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The Avion easy fly future tech bi-plane, to give it its full name is probably the most advanced indoor rc aircraft available. Ready to fly within minutes of opening the box, the avion is supplied fully-constructed and never before has so much state of the art technology been packed into such a tiny and lightweight airframe. A true champion’s rc aircraft, a miniscule turning radius ensures it is capable of amazing stunts and manoeuvres. The carefully designed 7.5 inch bi-plane wings enable the avion to soar at high speeds or remain massively controllable for the gentlest of landings.
4 May 2008
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Derks Looks To The Future With Excitement... And Caution The hard-working staff of AEA chalked up an amazing presentation with the close of the 51st Annual AEA Convention, concluded just days ago in the shadow of Washington, DC. Nearly 1,800 avionics and aviation industry professionals from more than 15 countries attending the Aircraft Electronics Association’s four-day event from April 23-26. According to Paula Derks, president of the AEA, this year’s convention was truly an international gathering of industry professionals. During the AEA’s annual convention, 25 new products were introduced; nearly 95 hours of training was offered; more than $135,000 in scholarships were awarded, which was a record high; and 98 companies — another record — were honored with the Avionics Training Excellence Award. “Our efforts in creating the pipeline of prospects for our academic members runs parallel with our effort to provide continuous regulatory and technical training once these technicians enter the field,” said Mike Adamson, vice president of member programs and education for the AEA. “These record numbers are indicative of the success AEA has had in being the preferred provider of training and education resources for the avionics and repair station community.” The AEA Trade Show portion of the event featured 144 exhibitors throughout the 72,000-square-foot exhibit hall at the Gaylord National Resort on the Potomac River. Other convention highlights included: • Honoring three international members with the AEA Lifetime Achievement Award • Newt Gingrich, former speaker of the House of Representatives, spoke to attendees during the AEA Annual Awards Luncheon. • EMTEQ was named the 2008 AEA Associate Member of the Year, and Gary Harpster of Duncan Aviation was named the 2008 AEA Member of the Year. In between technical and business training, the AEA offered regulatory updates sessions and various FAA panels. Regulatory agencies were significantly represented during the AEA’s convention, including participation from Nick Sabatini, associate administrator, Aviation Safety, and dozens of FAA and international program managers and field inspectors representing aviation on four different continents. “In our efforts for continuous improvement, the opportunity to meet with FAA leadership is priceless — both so that FAA headquarters can visit with industry, and also for industry to meet with the FAA decision-makers,” said Ric Peri, vice president of government and industry affairs for the AEA. “In order to be prepared for the future, this was a great opportunity to see what is coming on the radar screen.” Aero-TV covered this year's event AGGRESSIVELY... so, keep an eye out for DOZENS of programs that were generated from our attendance and coverage of this pivotal event... But first, let's start the ball rolling with our interview with AEA's accomplished President, Paula Derks. on ALL things avionics. FMI: www.aea**** Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
12 May 2008
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Aspen Avionics' Evolution EFIS Now Approved In Nearly 400 Aircraft Models It's been a whirlwind year for the folks of Aspen Avionics. Just a few weeks ago, Aspen received its Approved Model List Supplemental Type Certificate (AML-STC) for the EFD1000 Primary Flight Display (PFD), from the almighty FAA. This certification -- combined with the TSO (Technical Standard Order) certification granted to the company two weeks ago, as ANN reported -- authorizes installation of Aspen’s Evolution PFD in almost 400 airplane makes and models. Coming before the end of March 2008, the AML-STC enabled Aspen Avionics to start shipping, and its dealers to start installing, Evolution Flight Display systems... on track with the schedule Aspen promised to its customers. Announced last year at Oshkosh, Aspen bills its Evolution Flight Display system is an affordable glass cockpit solution for general aviation aircraft. With prices starting under $6,000, the modular and upgradeable Evolution system breaks the price barrier and makes the safety benefits of the most advanced glass cockpit technologies finally accessible to the vast majority of the GA aircraft fleet. Certification of the Evolution Flight Display is the second TSO Aspen Avionics has received. The company’s innovative AT300 Hazard Awareness Display received certification in November 2005. The certification process for the EFD1000 PFD took approximately 18 months to complete. With certification of its Evolution EFD1000 PFD under their belt, the crew at Aspen Avionics looks forward to showing off their upcoming line of Evolution multi-function displays. Built upon the same certified hardwire platform as the PFDs, Aspen's MFD line adds additional situational awareness tools... while also providing a fully redundant backup to the PFD. The EFD1000 MFD and PFD combine high-resolution, sectional-style moving maps with dedicated and overlaid hazard awareness displays -- including weather, traffic and terrain advisories and warnings. The EFD1000 MFD also adds a second, independent air data, attitude and heading reference (ADAHRS) system for full redundancy. Aspen also gave hints to its next variant of the EFD1000 PFD, the ATP. Due in the second half of 2009, the ATP will add many MFD features, including sectional-style moving maps and integrated hazard awareness interfaces, to the PFD navigation display. It's an exciting time for the avionics biz... Let's Get Updated On Aspen Avionics With ANN's Aero-TV! FMI: www.aspenavionics**** Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
14 May 2008
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The Annual gathering of the truly 'uber-professional' folks who populate the ultra-high-tech avionics business was a great success this year -- with outstanding attendance, accomplishments and achievements to be boasted about for years to come. But... who are these people and what do they get out of gathering each year? Aero-TV crews spent some time at the convention and on the exhibit floor to find out for ourselves. These are interesting people... and they belong to an equally interesting organization. Founded in 1957, the Aircraft Electronics Association (AEA) represents more than 1,300 aviation businesses, including repair stations that specialize in maintenance, repair and installation of avionics and electronic systems in general aviation aircraft. AEA membership also includes instruments facilities, manufacturers of avionics equipment, instrument manufacturers, airframe manufacturers, test equipment manufacturers, major distributors, and educational institutions. AEA tells ANN that their mission is to be a worldwide, self-sustaining organization committed to enhancing the profitability of its members by... • providing effective leadership to its members, • facilitating the communications between members and with their various constituent groups, • encouraging members to establish quality processes, • furthering the education of its members and their various constituent groups, • influencing the applicable legislative and regulatory processes. Among those attending are a number of different types of members... Regular Members who may be an avionics or instrument facility with a Government-approved repair station. Applications for membership must include radio or instrument ratings, as well as a photocopy of their Certified Repair Station Certificate. Associate Members may be an avionics manufacturer, instrument manufacturer, test equipment manufacturer, airframe manufacturer, wire/cable manufacturer, major distributor, company dealing in used equipment, trade publications, accessory manufacturer, calibration lab, or consultant to the industry. This type of member must derive the majority of its gross revenues from the above activities. Air Carrier Members are usually a Part 121/135 operator. A FAR-145 CRS is required. A photocopy of their CRS certificate is required with the application. Academic Members include schools or college offering avionics or maintenance training. Delegated Engineering Authorities include any entity delegated to approve data on behalf of its respective regulatory authority. Professionals all, we really enjoyed spending a few days in April with them and look forward to AEA 2009! Til then, let's join Aero-TV as they meet the rank and file of the Aircraft Electronics Association at AEA 2008! FMI: www.aea**** Copyright 2008, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
14 May 2008
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Projet de l'avion Solaire de Bertrand Picard (Suisse). Vol de simulation.
27 May 2008
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Accidents amusants dans des avions. Blopers.Accidentes divertidos en aeroplanos. Blopers. Funny accidents in airplanes. Blopers.
5 Jun 2008
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¿Cuál es tu idea de aviones de papel? ¡Cambia de idea!
20 Jul 2008
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Vol en avion de chasse. Vidéo de présentation pour voler sur avion de chasse. Baptême de l'air en avion de chasse.
29 Jan 2009
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Aterrizaje avion en Bilbao [9-02-09]
12 Feb 2009
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Aviones estratégicos rusos que llegaron este miércoles a Venezuela, entre ellos los dos aviones rusos Tupolev Tu-160 que arribaron esta tarde, "nos permitirán estar informados de cualquier movimiento de la fulana Cuarta Flota" estadounidense, explicó el Presidente Hugo Chávez este miércoles en un acto en La Guaira, en el cual abanderó el primer barco guardacostas 100 por ciento hecho en Venezuela, el PG-51 Págalo. Los Tu.160 son considerados los bombarderos más potentes del mundo, al ser capaces de llevar hasta 40 toneladas de carga al doble de la velocidad del sonido. Si cualquier navío estadounidense perteneciente a la Cuarta Flota llega a violar la soberanía venezolana, "estaremos informados para tomar las acciones de defensa que debamos tomar", explicó Chávez este miércoles. El Presidente venezolano agradeció a la Federación Rusa por su coraje de venir a Venezuela, y recordó que dicha nación estuvo al lado de nuestro país cuando Estados Unidos dejó de dar repuestos y apoyo para el mantenimiento de aviones y radares comprados en la nación norteamericana. "Le damos la bienvenida a los tripulantes de los aviones estratégicos de Rusia, que en estos días andan recorriendo el Atlántico, el Caribe y han llegado en buena hora a suelo venezolano, para hacer equipamiento, para seguir haciendo sus labores de patrullaje y adiestramiento", dijo el Presidente recordando además que en las próximas semanas llegará una flota naval desde Rusia para maniobras binacionales. Chávez pidió, de ser posible, que el navío Págalo, el guardacosta 100 por ciento hecho en Venezuela, acompañe a las embarcaciones rusas y venezolanas en estas maniobras. Igualmente, recordó que el apoyo de Moscú dio un claro mensaje a los Estados Unidos. "Yo recuerdo aquel 5 de Julio, cuando dos aviones Sukhoi vinieron volando desde Moscú, cruzando medio mundo para desfilar en los cielos de Caracas aquel 5 de Julio memorable. Esos dos aviones Sukhoi que pasaron por Caracas fueron el primer mensaje al Imperio Norteamericano. ¡Y cada día, la relación estratégica entre Venezuela y Rusia seguirá profundizándose, porque estamos en un mundo de países libres, y Venezuela sostendrá relaciones con quien le dé la gana, no con quien ordenen allá en Washington", explicó. Tupolev Tu-160 El Tu-160 es considerado el avión más potente en el mundo, superando a su análogo, el B-1 Lancer estadounidense. Es un bombardero pesado supersónico de geometría variable (sus alas pueden plegarse), desarrollado por la Unión Soviética antes de su disolución. Es capaz de portar doce cohetes de crucero con ojivas nucleares o convencionales y 40 toneladas de bombas. Es capaz de volar al doble de la velocidad del sonido (mach 2). Tiene varios records mundiales, como el haber volado 1.000 kilómetros con 30 toneladas de carga útil a una velocidad promedio de 1.720 km/h, y 2.000 kilómetros con 275 toneladas de peso a una velocidad media de 1.678 k/h a 11.250 metros de altura. Los rusos lo llaman "Cisne blanco" por su color y suavidad de líneas. Entró en servicio en 1987 y tiene potencial para ser usado hasta el año 2040. Según la agencia RIA Novosti, hay quince en operación. Durante ejercicios realizados en abril de 2006, un Tu-160 llegó hasta Canadá atravesando el polo norte, sin haber sido detectado por ningún sistema de defensa antiaérea estadounidense. "No pudieron detectarlos ni con radares ni a simple vista", dijo el Jefe del Estado Mayor de las Fuerzas Armadas Rusas, el general Igor Jvorov. *******www.radiomundial****.ve/yvke/noticia.php?11261
14 Feb 2009
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