Question of the Week

Question of the Week: UAVs -- Is Sooner or Later Better? »

The FAA has backed off on integrating UAVs into the NAS, citing privacy concerns. Is that a wise move? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers if the NTSB's comparison of GA safety to airline safety is a fair one; click through to see the breakdown of responses we received. More

Question of the Week: How Safe Do You Feel? »

The NTSB says GA has a lot of work to do to reach acceptable levels of safety. What do you think? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers about their use of new flight-planning technologies; click through to see a breakdown of the answers. More

Question of the Week: Flight Planning Revolution »

Flight planning software, devices, and services are evolving at a furious rate. Are you keeping up? Plus: Back before NBAA, we asked AVweb readers what advice they had for Jack Pelton about the EAA's direction; click through to see a breakdown of their answers. More

Question of the Week: Advice for Pelton? »

Not that he likely needs any, but Rod Hightower's sudden departure may open opportunities to make EAA better. What would you tell Pelton to do? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers how they feel about aviation movies; click through to see a breakdown of their answers. More

Question of the Week: Do You Like Hollywood Airplane Movies? »

Denzel Washington plays an alcoholic airline pilot in Flight , which premieres Nov. 2, and the preliminary reviews seem positive . Do you go to aviation movies? 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: Can Flying Clubs Help? »

There are more than 5,000 airports in the U.S., but only 650 flying clubs, and AOPA hopes to change that . Can flying clubs help turn GA around? 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: Homebuilt Dreams »

A Washington State man has finally finished his tiny Dormoy Bathtub homebuilt after 60 years of effort. Have you started and/or finished a homebuilt? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers about their level of political activity; click through for a breakdown of their answers. More

Question of the Week: How Active Are You in Aviation Politics? »

Various groups this week sent out reminders of government initiatives whose comment period deadlines are looming . How often do you submit comments? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers what GA issue they'd most like to address with their representatives in government; click through to see a breakdown of their answers. More

Question of the Week: Speaking Aviation to Power »

AOPA and NBAA have hit the political convention circuit , buttonholing movers and shakers and their supporters at events in Tampa and Charlotte. What should they have been talking about? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers about finding time to fly; click through to read what AVweb readers had to say on the subject. More

Question of the Week: No Time to Fly »

An MIT grad student's thesis says that one of the factors limiting flight hours is a lack of time by pilots. Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers ; click through to read what AVweb readers had to say on the subject. More