Planes Thread

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  1. killkenny1

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    Something with a ratio of 4:1 for CS-25 aircraft...

    ...ohhh...
     
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    LOL. That 747 better look out for that Cessna's wake turbulence.

    I had to land behind a C130 during one of my student pilot days, that was a bit unnerving.

     
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    Fishon I Will Close You

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    Electrical contractor who's a client of mine will be working at LAX and their insurance requirements are heavy, strict, and costly. A 10M limit is very high and unusual.

    INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR LOS ANGELES WORLD AIRPORTS

    The insured must maintain insurance coverage at limits normally required of its type operation; however, the following coverage
    noted with an "X" is the minimum required and must be at least the level of the limits indicated. All limits are per occurrence
    unless otherwise specified.
    LIMITS

    (X) Workers' Compensation (Statutory)/Employer's Liability Statutory
    (X) Voluntary Compensation Endorsement
    (X) Waiver of Subrogation, specifically naming LAWA
    (Please see attached supplement)

    (X) Automobile Liability - covering owned, non-owned & hired auto $10,000,000 CSL

    (X) Aviation/Airport or Commercial General Liability, including the following coverage: $10,000,000
    (X) Premises and Operations
    (X) Contractual (Blanket/Schedule)
    (X) Independent Contractors
    (X) Personal Injury
    (X) Products /Completed Operations
    (X) Additional Insured Endorsement, specifically naming LAWA
    (Please see attached supplement).
    ( ) Explosion, Collapse & Underground
    (required when work involves digging, excavation, grading or use of explosive materials.)
    ( ) Hangarkeepers Legal Liab. (At least at a limit of liability of $ 1 million)

    Coverage for Hazardous Substances $ ***
    *** Must meet contractual requirements

    INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR LOS ANGELES WORLD AIRPORTS
    (SUPPLEMENT)

    The only evidence of insurance accepted will be either a Certificate of Insurance and/or a True and
    Certified copy of the policy. The following items must accompany the form of evidence provided:

    • Endorsements:

    1. Workers Compensation Waiver of Subrogation Endorsement
    (WC 04 03 06 or similar)

    2. General Liability Additional Insured Endorsement
    (ISO Standard Endorsement)

    ****All endorsements must specifically name in the schedule:


    The City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles World Airports, its Board, and all of its
    officers, employees and agents.

    A BLANKET/AUTOMATIC ENDORSEMENT AND/OR LANGUAGE ON A
    CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE IS NOT ACCEPTABLE.

    • A typed legible name of the Authorized Representative must accompany the signature on
    the Certificate of Insurance and/or the True and Certified copy of the policy
     
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    Autonomous helicopter completes Marine resupply simulation
    Aurora Flight Services retrofitted an existing helicopter to fly on its own.
    https://www.engadget.com/2017/12/13/autonomous-helicopter-completes-marine-resupply-simulation/

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    The Boeing Company
    Verified account @Boeing

    How cool is this? No pilot, no problem. This helo’s flying itself with @AuroraFlightSci autonomous tech.
    Aurora Demonstrates Fully Autonomous Helicopter
    11:28 AM - 13 Dec 2017
    https://twitter.com/Boeing/status/941027141751328769

    TALOS: Aurora's Autonomous Rapid Resupply Helicopter Program
    Aurora Flight Sciences
     
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