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Sun, Feb 17, 2019

Flying Taxis: Why Are They Not Yet Part Of Our Lives?

A Whole Set Of Factors Is Detaining The Technology From Entering The Market

Ever wondered how greatly the development of new flying routes would affect the city and make your life easier? Getting to work by air, enjoying spectacular views, avoiding traffic jams – just like in your favorite sci-fi movies. Masterfully presented imaginary flying cars projects in “Blade Runner”, “Fifth Element” and “Back to the Future” became an inspiration for some of the current flying machine developers. A roadless reality, “Back to the Future” character Doc was talking about, seems to be much closer than we think. To go even further – how about those machines being driverless and fully-automatic?

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Sun, Feb 17, 2019

A4A’s Sophie Ghezai Encourages Girls To Soar To New Heights

Was The First Woman To Become A Pilot For Ethiopian Airlines

Throughout aviation history, women have made their mark on the skies, propelling the industry forward and inspiring girls to continually reach for their dreams. From self-taught inventor E. Lillian Todd to pilots like Amelia Earhart and Helen Richey, women have been pioneers in aviation and role models for girls around the world who dream of a career in the clouds.

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Sun, Feb 17, 2019

Lockheed Martin Announces Continued Expansion, Job Growth In FL

Opens New Research & Development II Facility In Orlando

Lockheed Martin has opened a new $50 million, 255,000 square foot Research & Development II facility in Orlando, FL. Since 2017, Lockheed Martin has created more than 1,000 jobs to support this facility and others in Orlando, with hundreds more expected over the next three to five years.

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Sun, Feb 17, 2019

Air Force Association Announces Lt. Gen Bruce Wright As New President

Will Assume New Position March 1

The Air Force Association (AFA) Board of Directors is pleased to announce Lt. Gen Bruce Wright, USAF (Ret.) will serve as AFA's new president beginning March 1, 2019.

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Sun, Feb 17, 2019

Science Key To Taking The Pulse Of Our Planet

The Vantage Point Of Space Provides A Window On The World Like No Other

For some, the concept of ‘science’ may seem difficult or even boring, particularly if it was taught poorly at school. However, with all of us facing the consequences of a rapidly changing world, science is fundamental to implementing adaptation and mitigation strategies. Thanks to satellites delivering critical science, we are better placed than ever before to cope with the challenges ahead.

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Sun, Feb 17, 2019

Southwest Airlines Is In Search Of Great Storytellers And Influencers

Southwest Storytellers Contest Will Showcase Influencers' Passion For Travel And Adventure

Have you been to the mountains in Colorado, stepped in the sand of the San Diego beaches, danced to the music in Nashville, or heard the bustling streets in New York City? Now you can cross these trips and more off your travel bucket list if you are a Southwest Airlines Storyteller and Influencer.

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Sun, Feb 17, 2019

Southwest Airlines Employees Earn $544 Million In 2018 ProfitSharing

Employees Rewarded With 45 Consecutive Years Of Shared Profits

Southwest Airlines will share $544 million with its Employees through the Company's ProfitSharing Plan. This reward equals approximately 10.8 percent of each eligible Employee's eligible compensation.

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Sun, Feb 17, 2019

Airbus To Take Part Of DSEI’s First Ever Space Hub

Returning To The Event For The First Time Since 2015

Airbus will return to DSEI in September and exhibit in the newly created Space Hub, which will be located within DSEI’s Aerospace Zone. The Space Hub will feature the most innovative companies in both space and defense sectors, offering a dedicated platform for network and collaboration.

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Sun, Feb 17, 2019

ANN's Daily Aero-Term (02.17.19): Ground Communication Outlet (GCO)

Ground Communication Outlet (GCO) An unstaffed, remotely controlled, ground/ground communications facility. Pilots at uncontrolled airports may contact ATC and FSS via VHF to a telephone connection to obtain an instrument clearance or close a VFR or IFR flight plan. They may also get an updated weather briefing prior to takeoff. Pilots will use four “key clicks” on the VHF radio to contact the appropriate ATC facility or six “key clicks” to contact the FSS. The GCO system is intended to be used only on the ground.

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Sun, Feb 17, 2019

ANN FAQ: Getting The Word Out

Things To Know When You Send A News Release

Aero-News gets hundreds of releases every week, ranging from industry giants like Boeing and Cessna to the smallest of flying clubs and the most quaint of air shows. After having seen the best and the worst in press releases over the years, we have some ideas to help companies do so much more to help themselves, both with ANN and with the general media.

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