The Concorde survived for 27 years. But no one has proposed a follow-on airliner. Could supersonic business jets be the next supersonic transports? More
Editorial DirectorPaul Bertorelli is editor of The Aviation Consumer and AVweb.com. He is also the deputy editorial director of Belvoir Publications, which publishes Aviation Safety. He was formerly the editor of IFR. Paul's an ATP-CFII-MEI.
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Is Supersonic Just A Loser?
September 18, 2014 The Concorde survived for 27 years. But no one has proposed a follow-on airliner. Could supersonic business jets be the next...
Video: Aerion's Supersonic Business Jet
September 17, 2014 Aerion is making a multi-million dollar bet that the world needs a supersonic business jet, and it's developing one for...
What Hypoxia Sounds Like
September 14, 2014 Listen to this and you'll understand why hypoxia makes you stupid.
Video: Embraer's New Florida Engineering Center
September 10, 2014 In Melbourne, Florida, Embraer opened a new engineering and technology center, the first outside of Brazil. AVweb attended...
Camera Mount Common Sense
September 9, 2014 The secret to mounting an external video camera to an aircraft is to just not do anything stupid.
Video: GoPro vs. Garmin Flight Trial
September 8, 2014 These days, there are dozens of POV or action cams to challenge the market-leading GoPro, including Garmin's VIRB. AVweb did...
Embraer Opens U.S. Engineering and Technology Center
September 8, 2014 Located at Melbourne, Florida, the new center will service all of Embraer's expanding business lines.
Two Apparent Hypoxia Accidents in One Week
September 6, 2014 But they're still relatively rare. One means of avoiding them is to just not go that high in the first place.
Stalls for the Hell of It
September 1, 2014 Low and slow airplanes are ideal classrooms for the teaching of stalls. And none are better than a Cub.
Recline That Seat and I'll Strangle You!
August 27, 2014 Yup, it's come to that. Seriously, would a little civility be that hard? Apparently.