The pilots who survived the 8th Air Force's bloody year of 1943 grow ever fewer. It's worth it to remember their determination and courage. 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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History in the Flesh
March 4, 2014 The pilots who survived the 8th Air Force's bloody year of 1943 grow ever fewer. It's worth it to remember their determination...
Pipistrel Switches Engines for Panthera
March 3, 2014 Lycoming says it won't certify the IO-390 for mogas, so the Panthera will get an IO-540 instead.
GAO: Mixed Data on Pilot Shortage
March 2, 2014 While regional airlines are definitely falling short on recruitment goals, this may be caused because low salaries aren't...
Passion Has a Price
March 2, 2014 And for starting airline pilots, it's an average salary of about $22,000 a year.
February 27, 2014 Did AOPA leave an opportunity on the table when it killed Summit last year? A private exhibition company plans to find out.
Niches Within Niches
February 23, 2014 That seems to be where airplanes sales are headed, if they haven't been there since 2008.
Video: Why This Landing Went Wrong
February 23, 2014 St. Barts, in the eastern Caribbean, is famous for having a short, narrow runway with a tall hill off one end. It's tricky to...
Video: Product Minute -- GoPro Accessories
February 17, 2014 GoPros are the go-to cameras for shooting airborne video. But to get the most out of them, you need charging and mounting...
Lycoming Has a Diesel
February 13, 2014 So why haven't we heard about it? For now, it's only available on the Grey Eagle drone.
Erosion Control: Airport Open House Day
February 11, 2014 Inviting the local citizenry to tour the airport might not have immediate benefits. But what do you lose if you don't do it?