Boeings massive presence at AirVenture 2014 was explained today when it announced a world-wide ab initio airline pilot training program that will qualify pilots to go directly into the right seat of airliners in virtually every country of the world except the U.S. More
After more than 20 years in development, the Delta Hawk Jet A piston engine is now headed for certification. At a news conference at AirVenture 2014, spokesman Dennis Webb said the engine has been... More
We checked in at 8:00 am today at the "One Week Wonder" project pavilion where a team of volunteers is determined to build and conduct initial taxi testing of a Zenith CH 750 kit airplane in seven... More
Many educators came to Oshkosh on July 29th to take part in Teacher's Day here at AirVenture 2014, an annual event sponsored by Build A Plane. More
If you're bored with the $100 hamburger, SocialFlight may some inspirational options. At AirVenture in Oshkosh, SocialFlight is showing off version 4.0 of its application and web site that connects... More
Based on an automotive diesel, the new CD300 is on a two-year certification track. More
Quest Aircraft is showing its Kodiak utility turboprop at EAA AirVenture this week for the 10th year in a row, and new this year, the airplane can be ordered with the Garmin GFC 700 autopilot... More
Today at AirVenture 2014, Blackhawk Modifications Inc. announced the completion of its 500th new engine upgrade on a customer airplane as well as a new engine upgrade option for the Cessna 208A... More
Icon flew its first production prototype of the A5 amphibian, ESN-1, for the first time on July 5, and this week, the company brought the airplane to EAA AirVenture. ESN-1 is one of three copies... More
Couldn't make it to Oshkosh this year? Today we sent Ashley Anglisano 'round the grounds armed with a camera and an eye for show-goers and exhibitors getting into the swing of things. More
We're back with more photos from the show grounds. More
Does the world know it really wants a flying bass boat? Maybe we're about to find out. More
Computer Training Systems (CTS), the leader in computer-based aviation training, has released a Bell 407GX recurrent systems and procedures training course, specifically designed to meet Part 135 requirements.
Computer Training Systems, the leader in computer-based aviation training, has released a comprehensive International Operations overview course.
ANA (All Nippon Airways) will implement Britannica Knowledge Systems' Fox training management platform as its new holistic solution for optimizing its training operations. û
Cessna's Skyhawk diesel was a surprise announcement. Now the company needs to start delivering these things. More
Pete Lossner of Lake Oswego, OR leads off an incredible assortment of photos this week. Click through for more from AVweb readers.