A1907/24 – VFR Operations To/From LGAV not permitted 0540-0740 & 1120-1320

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Q) LGGG/QFAXX/IV/NBO/A /000/999/3756N02357E005 A) LGAV B) 2406010540 C) 2409011320 D) DAILY 0540-0740 1120-1320 E) VFR TRAFFIC OF GENERAL/BUSINESS AVIATION FLIGHTS AND HELICOPTERS, LANDING OR DEPARTING TO/FROM LGAV ARE NOT PERMITTED DURING THE FOLLOWING HOURS: 0540-0740 1120-1320 DUE TO INCREASED TRAFFIC, UNLESS A SPECIAL PERMISSION IS GRANTED BY LGAV TOWER CONTROL.

B0916/24 – Helicopters may experience delays of departure clearances from Mikonos area

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LGGG B0916/24 NOTAMN Q) LGGG/FAXX/IV/NBO/AE/000/999/3726N02521E A) LGMK B) 2406010805 C) 2409012359 E) PILOTS OF VFR HELICOPTER MAY ANTICIPATE DELAYS IN RECEIVING DEPARTURE CLEARANCES FOR FLIGHTS FROM PROVISIONAL FIELDS AND/OR LICENSED HELIPORTS IN MIKONOS ATZ CLASS D AIRSPACE, DUE TO HEAVY TRAFFIC LOAD ON A SINGLE FREQ/OPERATING PSN WI MIKONOS TMA DURING THE PEAK SUMMER SEASON.

Radio Communications Archive

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The Radio Communications Archive has resumed its online beta operations, providing an essential resource for professionals, aviation students etc. Our monitoring hours are from 0500 to 1700 UTC, ensuring extensive coverage throughout the day. We are trying to keep the archive updated with daily updates at 0900, 1300, and 1700 UTC. For those interested in…

First automated autorotation landing for rotorcraft by Skyryse

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Skyryse, a U.S. company, has achieved a historic feat in aviation software by developing the world’s first automated autorotation landing for rotorcraft. This groundbreaking technology enables a fully automated emergency landing, significantly reducing pilot pressure and potentially decreasing fatalities in aircraft crashes. The autorotation process involves four critical stages: Entry, Glide, Flare, and Landing, each…