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UAVIONIX SUBMITS TSO APPLICATION TO FAA FOR WORLD'S FIRST CERTIFIED DRONE TRANSPONDER

uAvionix | October 20, 2020

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uAvionix Corporation announced today that it has filed an application for a standard technical order (TSO) with the FAA Aircraft Certification Office (ACO) for its flagship Mode S ADS-B OUT transponder for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). The ping200X follows a series of pioneering low-size, weight and power (SWaP) electronics developed and certified by uAvionix for UAS and General Aviation aircraft. Certification approval is expected in Q4 2020....

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ATPCO INTRODUCES NEW REASSURANCE UPAS AT NO COST TO AIRLINES

TravelDailyNews International | April 08, 2020

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ATPCO has embarked on a pro-bono initiative to help airlines, sales channels, and people who fly, and we thought you might be interested in knowing about it. While most airlines have cut back schedules significantly or are even grounded at the moment, it’s a fluid situation. There are still many flights operating, some scheduled flights are being brought back into operation already, and there is still flight shopping for the future. Those traveling now - and those who will fly again in the...

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FAA SELECTS PALANTIR FOR AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION SAFETY MONITORING SOLUTION

Palantir | June 19, 2021

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Palantir Technologies Inc. today declared it has been shrunk by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to give a data investigation apparatus that will help advance the office's modernization destinations for aviation safety. Palantir Foundry will uphold the FAA's aircraft certification and proceeded with operational safety activities, including the continuous monitoring of the 737 MAX fleet's re-visitation of administration. The one-year contract with two extra alt...

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AMERICAN AIRLINES SEES ENCOURAGING DEMAND TREND

American Airlines | June 10, 2020

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American Airlines has transported an average of 127,000 passengers daily in June so far, up from a low of 32,000 passengers daily in April, as travellers once again take to the sky while the global coronavirus crisis enters its fourth month. President and chief executive Doug Parker told the Fort Worth-based airline’s shareholders on 10 June that the carrier is encouraged by the recent rise in demand, even though it builds on a very low base....

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uAvionix | October 20, 2020

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UAVIONIX SUBMITS TSO APPLICATION TO FAA FOR WORLD'S FIRST CERTIFIED DRONE TRANSPONDER

uAvionix Corporation announced today that it has filed an application for a standard technical order (TSO) with the FAA Aircraft Certification Office (ACO) for its flagship Mode S ADS-B OUT transponder for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). The ping200X follows a series of pioneering low-size, weight and power (SWaP) electronics developed and certified by uAvionix for UAS and General Aviation aircraft. Certification approval is expected in Q4 2020....

Read More

TravelDailyNews International | April 08, 2020

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ATPCO INTRODUCES NEW REASSURANCE UPAS AT NO COST TO AIRLINES

ATPCO has embarked on a pro-bono initiative to help airlines, sales channels, and people who fly, and we thought you might be interested in knowing about it. While most airlines have cut back schedules significantly or are even grounded at the moment, it’s a fluid situation. There are still many flights operating, some scheduled flights are being brought back into operation already, and there is still flight shopping for the future. Those traveling now - and those who will fly again in the...

Read More

AIR TRANSPORT

Palantir | June 19, 2021

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FAA SELECTS PALANTIR FOR AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION SAFETY MONITORING SOLUTION

Palantir Technologies Inc. today declared it has been shrunk by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to give a data investigation apparatus that will help advance the office's modernization destinations for aviation safety. Palantir Foundry will uphold the FAA's aircraft certification and proceeded with operational safety activities, including the continuous monitoring of the 737 MAX fleet's re-visitation of administration. The one-year contract with two extra alt...

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American Airlines | June 10, 2020

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AMERICAN AIRLINES SEES ENCOURAGING DEMAND TREND

American Airlines has transported an average of 127,000 passengers daily in June so far, up from a low of 32,000 passengers daily in April, as travellers once again take to the sky while the global coronavirus crisis enters its fourth month. President and chief executive Doug Parker told the Fort Worth-based airline’s shareholders on 10 June that the carrier is encouraged by the recent rise in demand, even though it builds on a very low base....

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