Question of the Week

Question of the Week: Are You More Safety-Conscious? »

Alaskan officials attribute a steady decline in accidents and fatalities to increased safety awareness and the adoption of more safety-related gear. Are you well-equipped, safety-wise? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers ; click through to read what AVweb readers had to say on the subject. More

Question of the Week: Winter Flying »

Sunbelt pilots need not reply, but for those of you shivering in this cold snap, what happens to your flying in the winter? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers for their opinion on the Dreamliner groundings; click through to see the breakdown of responses. More

Question of the Week: Risk Tolerance and the 787 »

Grounding any aircraft is rare, and halting the flights of an airliner extremely so. Is keeping Dreamliners out of the air necessary? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers about their personal flight training experiences; click through to see the breakdown of their responses. More

Question of the Week: Private Flight Schools »

Training seems to get a lot of the attention when pilot attrition is discussed, and private schools seem to get most of the heat. If you learned at a local airport school, how did it work out? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers what FAA Administrator Michael Huerta's top priority should be; click through to see the breakdown of responses. More

Question of the Week: Where Should the New Administrator Start? »

Newly confirmed FAA Administrator Michael Huerta has a desk full of priorities. Which one should he tackle first? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers about safety seats for infants about airplanes; click through to see the breakdown of answers. More

Question of the Week: Car Seats for Airplanes? »

The only death in the crash of an aircraft in the Canadian territory of Nunavut last week was a baby. Should it be mandatory that young children fly in approved seats? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers ; click through to read what AVweb readers had to say on the subject. More

Question of the Week: The Gift of Aviation »

The high cost of aviation has been a theme throughout the year, so let's pretend someone in your circle has a $2,000 contribution to support your aviation habit but you can only spend it on one thing. What would it be? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers if they lose any sleep over the environmental impact of their flying; click through to see a breakdown of responses. More

Question of the Week: How Big Is Your Footprint? »

A California climatologist thinks polar air traffic might be behind the accelerating melting of the Arctic ice cap , and most light aircraft use leaded fuel. Does the environmental impact of your flying concern you? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers about the role of volunteerism in their holiday season; click through to see the breakdown of responses. More

Question of the Week: 'Tis the Season »

The holiday season inspires many pilots to share their skills and time with those less fortunate. Do you have any charitable flying-related events planned for the holidays? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers what they thought of Michael Huerta's selection as permanent FAA administrator; click through to see the breakdown of responses. More

Question of the Week: Is Huerta the Right Guy? »

The way is now clear for Michael Huerta to become the next FAA administrator . Is he the right person for the job? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers if the FAA made the right call in putting off UAV integration into the air space; click through to see the breakdown of answers. More