Question of the Week

Question of the Week: Does TWA 800 Deserve Another Look? »

A documentary filmmaker says the NTSB got it wrong (or was told to get it wrong) in its findings in the explosion and crash of a TWA Boeing 747 off Long Island in 1996. The NTSB is standing by its conclusion that a spark from wiring in a fuel tank downed the aircraft, not a missile or bomb as has been alleged. Is it worth another look? PLUS: Last week, we asked AVweb readers if the government should get involved with adventuresome aviation displays; click through to see the breakdown of answers. More

Question of the Week: Should There Be Limits to Air Exploits? »

Two people died doing low-level aerobatics with a wing walker this week, and Jonathan Trappe is ready to launch across the North Atlantic in a boat suspended by hundreds of small helium balloons. Should the government be involved? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers if innovation is still alive in the aerospace industry; click through to see the breakdown of answers. More

Question of the Week: Is Innovation Still Alive? »

There's nothing like a global recession to kill the buzz around new airplanes and gadgets, but they seem to keep cropping up. This week, we have a 1,430-lb. personal jet, two flying bicycles, and electric taxiing for airliners . What's going on? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers what air shows they're attending this year; click through for the breakdown of answers. More

Question of the Week: Show Plans »

Air shows will look a little different this year without the U.S. military presence, but they're working hard to get you to come. What air shows are you planning to attend? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers about their summer flying plans; click through to view the breakdown of their answers. More

Question of the Week: Summer Flying Plans »

Ah, June -- the beginning of summer and the inspiration for flying plans. What's your agenda? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers who should foot the ATC bill at AirVenture this summer; click through for the breakdown of responses. More

Question of the Week: Should EAA Pay for AirVenture Controllers? »

EAA has been put on notice by the FAA that it wants the organization to cover the extra costs of controllers for the annual extravaganza. What do you think? Who should foot the ATC bill at AirVenture? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers what kind of fuel they expect to be burning in their airplanes ten years from now; click through for the breakdown of answers. More

Question of the Week: What's GA's Fuel of the Future? »

Everyone agrees that 100LL is or should be on the way out, but the way ahead is less clear . What type of fuel do you think you'll be buying in 10 years? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers how they'd handle a solar flare-induced GPS failure; click through to see the breakdown of responses. More

Question of the Week: How Dependent Are You on GPS? »

There might be a big solar flare that could affect GPS later this week. If it happens while you're flying and knocks out your wonder boxes, what will you do? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers what role they believe EAA should play in the aviation community; click through to see the breakthrough of answers. More

Question of the Week: EAA's Role »

Chairman of the board and interim CEO Jack Pelton says EAA represents personal aviation everything from jet warbirds to paragliders. Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers how they planned to advance themselves (or aviation in general) this year; click through for the breakdown of answers we received. More

Question of the Week: Let's Go Flying »

Frankly, we're tired of all the misery that has been aviation news for the past few days, so we'd like to be uplifted. How are you going to advance yourself as a pilot or aviation in general this flying season? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers how the sequester has affected their flying -- if at all. Click through to see the breakdown of their answers. More