Severe Turbulence Diverts Qatar Flight »

Severe Turbulence Diverts Qatar Flight

An unknown number of passengers and crew were injured when a Qatar Airways Boeing 777 flying from Washington to Doha hit severe turbulence and made an emergency landing in the Azores.

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German Gyro Now FAA Type Certified »

German Gyro Now FAA Type Certified

U.S. pilots now can buy a factory-built FAA-type-certified autogyro for the first time “probably in at least 60 years,” Bob Snyder, program manager at AutoGyroUSA, told AVweb on Monday. The Calidus autogyro, which has been flying in Europe since 2009, recently was awarded a type certificate in the seldom-used Part 23 Primary category, by FAA officials.

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Wall Street Presses Rockwell Collins Sale »

Wall Street Presses Rockwell Collins Sale

Rockwell Collins’ purchase of aircraft interior finisher B/E Aerospace has attracted the attention of some Wall Street wheeler-dealers who are suggesting it is Rockwell Collins itself that should be up for sale.

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AVweb Is Seeking An Aviation Journalist »

At AVweb, we’re expanding our news operation and we’re looking for an aviation writer/editor. The successful candidate will have a proven track record in reporting and writing about... More

Second SpaceShipTwo Glides Safely »

VSS Unity, Virgin Galactic’s replacement for the original SpaceShipTwo, which crashed in October of 2014, glided to a landing for the first time Saturday after three months of captive testing... More

NASA's Antarctic "Balloons On Ice" Begin Launches »

NASA had two successful launches of its largest scientific balloons this week in Antarctica as part of a three-flight series on behalf of university researchers studying components of outer space.... More

New This Week »

AVweb's search of aviation news worldwide found announcements from Tecnam, the Hayward Air Rally, the National Business Aviation Association and Able Flight. Tecnam has introduced a substantially... More

Australian ADS-B Mandates Stir Up GA Objections »

Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority has announced it’s extending its deadline for Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast installations in private aircraft, but GA advocates... More

EAA Provides Update On New Medical Rules »

The FAA is working to comply with new legislation, passed in July, that will make it possible sometime next year for private pilots to fly without a medical — but right now, until new rules... More

Buzz Aldrin Evacuated From South Pole »

Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin is in a New Zealand hospital after he fell ill on a trip to Antarctica. Aldrin, 86, was evacuated from the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station early Thursday on an LC-130... More

Investigators Probe Fuel Exhaustion In Jet Crash »

Investigators examining the crash of a chartered Avro RJ85 this week in Colombia are focusing on the possibility that the jet flew a route that exceeded its fuel range. The aircraft, operated by... More

 

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Buying a Used Homebuilt

Buying a Used Homebuilt »

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Short Final »

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Tecnam Introduces Upgraded P2002 Sierra

Tecnam has today introduced a substantially updated and improved Mark 2 version of the company's popular P2002 Sierra.

Able Flight, OSU Announce Training Partnership

Able Flight and The Ohio State University will partner on a new flight training program for people with physical disabilities beginning in May, 2017. The program will begin with two Able Flight Scholarship recipients who will take part in an intensive six week program at the Ohio State University Airport.

Hayward Air Rally Offers 2017 EAA Air Academy Scholarships

The Hayward Air Rally, the longest continually-held proficiency flying event in North America, is funding scholarships for students ages 16-18 for the Experimental Aircraft Association's (EAA) Air Academy's summer 2017 program.