AVwebFlash Complete Issue: Volume 16, Number 30d

July 29, 2010

By The AVweb Editorial Staff
 
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AVflash! Fuel Follies at Oshkosh back to top 
 

100LL: FAA's Babbitt Contradicts EPA Statement

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FAA administrator Randy Babbitt appeared to contradict Tuesday's statement by the EPA that it doesn't have the authority to regulate or control the use of tetraethyl lead in avgas. In answering a question at a press conference at EAA AirVenture on Wednesday, Babbitt said, in part, "We have some pretty good studies undergoing ... ATSM process is developing the standards for new unleaded fuel and we've had some pretty good discussions with the EPA. They've been cooperative and helpful. The EPA of course has the ability and they have the statutory authority, in fact, to say there will be no more lead in fuel. We have asked them to please don't get ahead of us. Let us develop the standards so that we will have an easily deliverable safe efficient fuel that performs just like 100 leaded fuel does today and let us get that in place and, the time track that we're both on, I'm very comfortable that we will have a suitable deliverable alternative fuel long before the EPA says no more." The EPA earlier this week offered a different understanding of its role.

On Tuesday, AOPA reported that EPA responded (PDF) to a request for clarification on the EPA's position on the future of lead regulation and clean air standards. The Environmental Protection Agency told GA's industry Avgas Coalition that the agency "has not established or proposed any date by which lead emissions from aircraft operating on leaded avgas would need to be reduced. In fact, the EPA does not have authority to control aviation fuels." Again, Babbitt said Wednesday, "The EPA of course has the ability and they have the statutory authority, in fact, to say there will be no more lead in fuel."

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100 Octane Coalition: No Excuse For Slow Moving Fuel Progress

A recently formed grassroots coalition to press the FAA and industry groups forward met with high-level FAA officials Monday and delivered an unambiguous message: Any new fuel under consideration to replace avgas should be of at least the equivalent of 100 octane and to make that happen, the FAA needs to clarify the fuel certification rules and level the playing field. Jon Sisk, who's president of the Malibu/Mirage Owners Association and also a principal in the Clean 100-Octane coalition, described the meeting with agency officials as positive and encouraging. But he urged the FAA to assume its rightful role in clarifying the fuel certification process and he explained that the coalition's position is that while the alphabets and the industry's FAST fuels group have an appropriate role, developing fuels and setting the certification rules for them to be approved isn't one of them.

"We want to make sure the FAA is creating an environment where the innovators -- the people who are actually going to come up with the fuels -- understand the process they're going to have to go through to get these fuels approved. People are not going to expend the capital to do these things if the rules aren't clear and the playing field is not level."

Sisk further said there's no excuse for not doing what needs to be done now to speed this process along. He described yesterday's confusing statement by the EPA that it has no authority to regulate aviation fuels as a dangerous distraction.

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Babbitt Says Homebuilt Safety Needs Improvement

FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt said at EAA AirVenture on Wednesday that the homebuilt community needs to do a better job of preventing accidents. "Last year, amateur-built aircraft accounted for 25 percent of all general aviation accidents," he said. "But the troubling number here is that they represent only 10 percent of GA aircraft. We're trying to change that trend." Many accidents seem to happen in the transition time after a new owner buys an aircraft from the original builder, Babbitt said, and he would like to see an effort to ensure that new owners get thoroughly trained in the performance and characteristics of the aircraft. He also said the GA numbers overall are not where they should be, with 120 fatal accidents already this year.

Babbitt, a former airline pilot, also reprised his emphasis on professionalism for pilots at all levels. "This is not something we can regulate," he said. "It's up to every pilot to go that extra mile, to take recurrent training. Take that extra step and bring that accident rate down." Babbitt also said the advantages of NextGen for the GA pilot will be substantial, providing improved weather and traffic information in the cockpit. He said he's not too worried about the cost of the gear to GA pilots, since they have 10 years to comply, and they have the choice to opt out. Most pilots, if they look at the advantages of the upgrades, will decide that the level of safety the system provides will justify the cost, he said.

LSA Safety Alert Archive In The Works

The members of the Light Aircraft Manufacturers Association will work with EAA to produce a new website where safety alerts -- the LSA equivalent of airworthiness directives -- will be posted to ensure that all owners, mechanics and pilots have timely access to the information, LAMA announced at EAA AirVenture on Wednesday. The site will also provide an archive for the data to ensure it remains available for aircraft owners even if the manufacturer is no longer in business, LAMA chairman Dan Johnson told AVweb. "The FAA was extremely keen on that," Johnson said. The information mainly is already available online at manufacturers' websites if you know where to look, Johnson said, but having a central site should be useful to shoppers, mechanics and others. He said the site should be up and running by September.

At a later stage, the site will also compile service difficulty reports that are filed by mechanics, Johnson said. The plan was developed in various meetings this week at AirVenture, Johnson said. In other LSA news, Johnson said the LSA Mall is filled to capacity, showing that the segment is continuing to hold its own despite the long economic downturn. A few manufacturers have stopped production, though. "As of now, there are 72 manufacturers and 108 models of Special LSAs," Johnson said. For that many new models to be approved in so short a time -- just five years since the LSA rules were finalized -- is unprecedented in aviation history, he said.

 
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Flying for Others back to top 
 

Public Benefit Flying Groups, NTSB Meet At Oshkosh

On Tuesday morning, about 20 representatives of various public benefit flying groups met with representatives of the NTSB at EAA AirVenture to talk about how they plan to address the concerns expressed by the safety board in a letter issued last month. Rol Murrow, chairman of the Air Care Alliance, told AVweb the meeting was productive, and the NTSB was responsive to the group's suggestions. "They are not recommending new regulations," Murrow said. "They believe the solution lies in working with the groups." Murrow said three main areas were addressed at the meeting, and response from NTSB representative Timothy Burtch was positive.

One of the NTSB's concerns, Murrow said, is that there should be a way to ensure that pilots who volunteer to fly for charitable flights are qualified to do so. The consensus from the meeting is that a self-certification checklist will be proposed to address that concern, Murrow said. The second issue is that patients who are traveling should be properly informed of the nature of the flight, and understand that it is not a commercial operation. Murrow said some groups already have documentation and briefing packets they use to ensure that information gets to the passengers, and those models can be developed and expanded. The third issue was pilot training, to ensure that pilots understand the nature of the flights and the pressures to complete them and help them to make good launch decisions. The ACA is working with AOPA's Air Safety Foundation to create an online course for volunteer pilots that will address the NTSB's concerns. The ACA will respond formally to the NTSB's recommendation letter by Sept. 7, Murrow said.

 
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Booths at EAA AirVenture: 304
 
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Yuneec: Electric Aircraft Are Here, Now

As regulatory authorities in the U.S. decide how to handle commercially manufactured non-ultralight electric-powered aircraft, Yuneec International is growing and improving its stable of electric-powered aircraft. The company's two-place high-wing E430 debuted at AirVenture Oshkosh in 2009 and Wednesday, AVweb spoke with Clive Coote, Yuneec International's managing director, about improvements to the design, the company's progress and its coming offerings.

Regulatory agencies are currently working to develop standards for electric-motor-driven aircraft in the light sport category. Meanwhile, Coote says Yuneec has started to accept signed orders for the E430 and will be taking deposits "after the show" this year at Oshkosh. Yuneec says its E430 can currently offer an endurance of 2.25 to 2.5 hours while carrying a useful load of 390 pounds. In that configuration, the aircraft's max takeoff weight of 1,050 pounds would put it well under the current light sport aircraft (LSA) limit of 1,320 pounds. The have more designs in the works. First deliveries of the E430 are currently expected to arrive to customers late in 2011.

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AVweb's Look At Sikorsky's All-Electric Helicopter

A company that does gas-electric auto conversions in California, a technology integration company, and Sikorsky have teamed up to prove the manned electric helicopter by way of Project Firefly. The Firefly is actually an S300C two-seat bare-bones helicopter. Sikorsky has had the S300C's original Lycoming HIO 360 engine swapped out for a permanent magnet electric motor from U.S. Hybrids -- a company that will gladly convert your automobile, too. Systems integrated by Eagle Technologies, LLC, help the Firefly's motor deliver about 10 hp more than the Lycoming's 190 hp but has the helicopter carry 1,000 pounds worth of lithium ion batteries to do it. The batteries put the Firefly within about 150 pounds of the S300C's 2150-pound max gross weight and offer about 15 minutes worth of flying time in return. But that's not the point. We spoke to Jonathan Hartman of Sikorsky's innovations division to further explain.

The Firefly is not meant to corner the market on manned electric helicopters. What it is meant to do is help Sikorsky better understand how they might be doing that in the future. Flight tests are expected to begin later this year and development will continue behind the scenes. To keep things simple, the Firefly's tailrotor is conventionally driven by a shaft connected to the helicopter's main electric motor. In future designs it is possible that the shaft could be replaced with a lighter motor at the tail linked by wires to the flight controls and main motor controller. Clear advantages of electric power are reduced vibration and noise, plus a vastly reduced parts count and maintenance requirements for the powerplant. Clear challenges include weatherproofing and the current limits of battery technology.

 
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Booths at EAA AirVenture: 3130
 
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Icon Nixes Flaps, Names Manufacturing Partners

Icon Aircraft has announced that structural composite assemblies for the folding-wing amphib LSA will be provided by Liberty Aerospace of Melbourne, Fla., and Flytech, a Hungarian company. Icon plans to outsource the major composite work then assemble the airplanes and install all the systems at their facilities in southern California. The company also announced some significant design changes.

Icon says the changes will improve flight safety and enhance the user experience of the A5. Wing cuffs will be added, to contribute to a spin-resistant design. And flaps will be eliminated to simplify pilot operations. "This is yet another example of Icon raising the bar to not only make the A5 one of the coolest sport planes on the planet -- but to make it simultaneously one of the safest and easiest to fly," said Kirk Hawkins, Icon CEO. Matthew Gionta, the company's VP of engineering, said that since LSA regulations require a maximum zero-flap stall speed of 45 knots, the flaps offer marginal benefit while adding complexity.

 
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Booths at EAA AirVenture: 190, 3037-3039
 
The World Outside Oshkosh back to top 
 

No Survivors In Airbus Crash In Pakistan

All 152 souls on board an Airbus A321 were killed on Wednesday when the aircraft crashed into a hill while trying to land at an airport near Islamabad in clouds and rain. Fire and smoke was visible at the scene, the Associated Press reported, and the wreckage was strewn widely across the hillside of broken trees. No distress calls were heard from the pilots, according to the AP. The flight was operated by Airblue, a private service based in Karachi, where the flight had departed from. One witness told the AP the airplane appeared to have "lost balance" in the air, and then went down.

Airblue flies from Pakistan to Dubai, Oman and the U.K. The accident was the first major crash in Pakistan since 2006, when a Pakistan International Airline Fokker F-27 crashed outside the city of Multan, killing 45 people, according to the Christian Science Monitor.

 
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Booths at EAA AirVenture: 21-22
 
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AVweb Insider Blog: EPA to GA — Hey, Just Kidding! We Can't Touch Your Lead

In his latest post to the AVweb Insider blog, Paul Bertorelli seems dazed and baffled by a world class case of whipsaw. On the one hand, EPA says it has no authority to ban leaded fuels; on the other, FAA Admin Randy Babbitt says oh, yes it does. Who the hell is driving this thing?

Click here to read Paul's blog and make your best guesses as to what's going on.

Photos from EAA AirVenture 2010: Warbirds!

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We doubt you'll ever get three quarters of a million pilots to agree on anything outside of coming together at Oshkosh during the summer — but when it comes to finding common ground, the warbirds display area is a good place to start. Everyone makes their way here at some point during the show. Some are attracted by history, others by engineering, and still others by the comic books and TV shows that drew them to magnificent aircraft as kids.

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100 Octane Is the Bottom Line

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They've heard from the alphabets and the FAA administrator, and that hasn't changed the message from the 100 Octane Coalition. AVweb's Paul Bertorelli spoke with Jon Sisk, of the Coalition.

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AVweb Interviews Yuneec International's Clive Coote

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Electric airplanes: The U.S. may not have a regulatory structure to guide them, but Yuneec International is moving forward with its E430 two-seat electric aircraft. AVweb speaks with managing director Clive Coote about the company's progress and its coming offerings.

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Want a New Paint Job for Your Cirrus on the Cheap?

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Well, it's not really a paint job but a new decorative scheme consisting of precision-cut vinyl appliques available in a dozen different designs and a range of colors. Scheme Designers, well known for its color scheme designs for airplanes of all sizes and types, has developed the product in association with LoPresti Speed Merchants. In this podcast, Scheme Designers' Craig Barnett fills AVweb in on the details. If the company doesn't have what you want, it specializes in custom work. For more, see SchemeDesigners.com.

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Video Reports: Hang Onto Your Hats back to top 
 

Sikorsky Firely: An Electric Helicopter

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It's at nearly gross weight before the pilot steps in and can only fly for 15 minutes, but that's not the point. Sikorsky Innovations sees the Firefly as a testbed for the technologies that may make for a real electric helicopter ... someday.


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At EAA AirVenture 2010, Ford has a number of attractions, not the least of which is a portable vertical wind tunnel. It'll give you a good taste of what skydiving freefall is all about. AVweb staffers from our show intern Adam Cutler to resident skydiver Paul Bertorelli tried it out — and here's the video report.


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Win a Spidertracks Aviator as we celebrate our 15th Anniversary! All you have to do is click here to enter your name and e-mail address. (You only have to enter once, and you'll be entered in our prize drawings for the entire year — so if you've already entered, you're all set.)

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FBO of the Week: St. Clair County Airport (Pell City, Alabama)

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AVweb's "FBO of the Week" ribbon goes to the FBO at St. Clair County Airport (KPLR) in Pell City, Alabama.

AVweb reader Randy Martin put PLR to the test when he decided to change his go-to airport for trips to Birmingham. Having already spoken with the airport manager (Larry), Randy expected thins to run smoothly when he arrived. What Randy didn't expect was an experience he called "Southern hospitality at its finest."

Upon my arrival, a silver van was planeside before the prop stopped spinning, and Heath [a lineman] ask me if I needed a ride to the motel. ... [After finding myself stranded at the motel later on, I reluctantly called Larry and asked for a ride.] Bill arrived at the motel within half hour and happily drove me over, offering several local attractions to visit my next time in, and would not take any money for gas — or even a tip. ... A very big thank you for all the guys at KPLR. I will definitely be back.

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AVweb is actively seeking out the best FBOs in the country and another one, submitted by you, will be spotlighted here next Monday!

 
Names Behind the News back to top 
 

Meet the AVwebFlash Team

AVwebFlash is a weekly summary of the latest news, articles, products, features, and events featured on AVweb, the internet's aviation magazine and news service.

The AVwebFlash team is:

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Editorial Director, Aviation Publications
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