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The Cessna Caravan that crashed in Canada in January, killing all 10 aboard, was 1,000 pounds overweight, Canada's Transportation Safety Board said Tuesday. The investigation is ongoing and no conclusions have been reached about the cause of the crash...

The TSA is "a Soviet-style centralized bureaucracy," House Aviation Subcommittee Chairman John Mica (R-Fla.) said this week...

Hungarian aerobatic champion Zoltan Veres (unofficially) broke the roll record last week in Hungary (click for image). Veres rolled his Extra 300S more than 70 times, then lost count and kept going. As you may remember, Veres contacted AVweb a few weeks ago and asked if 70 continuous rolls was the record ... we didn't know, but it sure sounded good to us. If 70 was the record, then congratulations, Zoli. If not, heck, good job anyway...

Federal air marshals have asked Congress for help in changing rules for dress and deportment that they say make them too easy to pick out of the crowd...

A memorial to American Airlines Flight 1420, which crashed at Little Rock, Ark., five years ago, was dedicated on Tuesday. Eleven people died when the MD-82 ran off the runway after landing during a thunderstorm...

Four people died when their airplane hit a house near Owatonna, Minn., Tuesday night. Nobody on the ground was hurt...

A bill now in the U.S. House would deny certain tax deductions now in force for corporate jets when used for personal flights...

Did you know June is National Learn to Fly Month? So says Be A Pilot, which is launching its annual Father's Day campaign...

AOPA holds its annual fly-in and open house this Saturday in Frederick, Md.