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He Couldn’t Find His Grandmother During Hurricane Maria—Until He Flew His Drone Over Her House

Now, developer Pedro Cruz has created a software platform to help victims of other natural disasters, like Hurricane Dorian. Pedro Cruz didn't just live through the wreckage that Hurricane Maria left in its path in Puerto Rico back in 2017. He watched the commotion in his hometown of San Juan by flying his drone overhead.

He Couldn’t Find His Grandmother During Hurricane Maria—Until He Flew His Drone Over Her House2020-06-15T15:11:23-07:00

AERO SKILLS SOUTHEAST Regional Finals at CHARLOTTE MOTOR SPEEDWAY (CMS) ROVAL Race

Charlotte, NC. – Aero Skills Competition enters the world of NASCAR events with the South East Regional taking place in the Fan Zone alongside the CMS Roval stock car race events. The heat of the day was comparable to the heat of the competition and the racing that followed the skills events. For info on the Aero

AERO SKILLS SOUTHEAST Regional Finals at CHARLOTTE MOTOR SPEEDWAY (CMS) ROVAL Race2020-06-04T14:38:39-07:00

Aviation Emissions Could Be Recycled Into Jet Fuel

Emissions from aircraft could soon be captured and reused as jet fuel. Engineering companies around the world are developing systems that can turn potentially harmful gases into useful energy. BBC News reports that green aviation specialists, SkyNRG are working with Rotterdam Airport on a groundbreaking sustainability project. The firm is planning the world’s first commercial

Aviation Emissions Could Be Recycled Into Jet Fuel2020-06-02T12:16:20-07:00

Could Regional Flights Be Replaced By Buses? “Landline” Wants To Make It Happen

It is hard to imagine passengers opting to take a bus ride rather than a flight, yet new start-up “Landline” wants to make it happen. They plan to combine aircraft and bus service to rural communities. While working for Alaska Airlines as network planners, a part of Ben Munson and David Sunde’s job was to

Could Regional Flights Be Replaced By Buses? “Landline” Wants To Make It Happen2020-06-02T12:16:29-07:00

This 747 Is Fighting Fires in the Amazon

Tens of thousands of wildland fires are burning in the Amazon Rainforest right now. Firefighters and soldiers across the region are scrambling to control the blazes, but resources are thin and many of the fires are nearly unreachable, set by ranchers and farmers in remote locations. Fortunately, one of the toughest machines in the industry is on

This 747 Is Fighting Fires in the Amazon2020-06-02T12:16:40-07:00

AIRCRAFT TECHNOLOGIES GROUP (ATG) holds Northeast Aero Skills Regional Finals

Toronto, Ontario – ATG has officially kicked-off the 2019 Aero Skills Tournament series with the Northeast aerospace region competition, to take place at the Ontario Science Centre on Saturday August 31st, 2019. Aero Skills Tournament please visit: www.myATG.aero/schools/tournaments The Aero Skills Competition rolls into Toronto this coming weekend while the military, schools and industry rally to send their best

AIRCRAFT TECHNOLOGIES GROUP (ATG) holds Northeast Aero Skills Regional Finals2020-06-02T12:16:51-07:00

Feds invest $8.8M in Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada

The Government of Canada announced it is contributing $8.8 million toward the construction of the new Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada in Winnipeg bringing the government’s total funding to $10 million. This is through the New Building Canada Fund – Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component – National and Regional Projects. The 86,000 square foot facility will be built

Feds invest $8.8M in Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada2020-06-02T12:16:59-07:00

Textron Expects Bell 407, 429 Production to Ramp Up By End of Year

Textron's second quarter 2019 financial results were mixed, as the company reported $3.2 billion in revenue, $500 million lower than last year, but earnings per share of $.93, compared to $.87 last year. CEO Scott Donnelly told financial analysts in a July 17 conference call that he expects business to pick up in the third

Textron Expects Bell 407, 429 Production to Ramp Up By End of Year2020-06-02T12:17:05-07:00

Boeing Releases 2019-2038 Technician Outlook

The latest Boeing Pilot & Technician Outlook, anticipated to formally release at the upcoming EAA AirVenture in OshKosh, projects that 769,000 new maintenance technicians will be needed to fly and maintain the world fleet over the next 20 years. The forecast is inclusive of the commercial aviation, business aviation, and civil helicopter industries, and is

Boeing Releases 2019-2038 Technician Outlook2020-06-02T12:17:14-07:00

AIRCRAFT TECHNOLOGIES GROUP (ATG) holds Pacific Northwest Aero Skills Regional Finals

Kelowna, BC – ATG has officially kicked-off the 2019 Aero Skills Tournament series with a successful event at the Downtown Kelowna Block Party on Saturday July 13th, 2019. Aero Skills Tournament please visit: www.myATG.aero/schools/tournaments Thousands attended the Kelowna Block Party, where 100s of people crowded in to see what all the noise and cheering was as technicians from KF

AIRCRAFT TECHNOLOGIES GROUP (ATG) holds Pacific Northwest Aero Skills Regional Finals2020-06-04T14:38:39-07:00