Question of the Week

Question of the Week: How's Your IFR Confidence? »

Pilots are flying less these days, and among the most important skills that might be eroded are those involving IFR flight. The IMC Club is trying to address that with "organized hangar flying" meetings , but what's your own assessment of your IFR currency? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers how they handle cell phone calls as pilot in command; click through to see the breakdown of readers' answers. More

Question of the Week: Distractions in the Cockpit »

Do you feel tempted to answer a call or reply to a text while you're flying? Canada's Transportation Safety Board has implicated texting while flying in an accident in nothern British Columbia in 2011. Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers how they felt about the Pilot's Bill of Rights; click through to see the breakdown of their answers. More

Question of the Week: Do Pilots Need Their Own Bill of Rights? »

We have one now thanks to Sen. Jim Inhofe, who discovered the power of the FAA the hard way after being sanctioned . Is the new system going to be better? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers if they were excited about Cessna's diesel-powered 182 NXT Skylane; click through to see how they answered. More

Question of the Week: What Do You Make of Cessna's Diesel-Burning 182 NXT? »

Cessna is widening fuel options for owners of the 182 Skylane, including an SMA diesel-burning engine. Some have said a diesel-powered Cessna would be a game-changer , but we'd like to know your opinion. Plus: Back before AirVenture, we asked AVweb readers where they like to begin their exploration of the show grounds; click through to view the breakdown of answers. More

Question of the Week: AirVenture Priorities »

There is so much to see at AirVenture! Do you have a preference (or even ritual) about where you go first? This week, we'd like to know where you begin. Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers about space tourism; click through to see how many readers are ready to blast off. More

Question of the Week: Want to Go to Space? »

Sir Richard Branson says he can take you there starting next year . Assuming no financial obstacles, would you like to go? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers if they'd ever fibbed to their air medical examiners; click through to see the breakdown of answers. More

Question of the Week: Have You Fudged a Flight Medical? »

Australia has liberalized medicals for recreational and private pilots, and the U.S. seems poised to do the same. Have you ever fibbed to your air medical examiner? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers about their flight training: Where did they get it? Click through for a complete breakdown of responses. More

Question of the Week: Where Did You Get Your Pilot's License? »

A while back, AVweb reader Marc Santacroce suggested a great poll question. "I can't find any recent survey ... that asked how pilots got their licenses," he wrote. With flight training on our brain, that's our questio to you this week. (Military pilots, you get the week off; for this poll, we're interested in folks who learned to fly as civilians.) Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers how their last commercial airline experience was; click through to view the breakdown of results. More

Question of the Week: How Do You Rate the Airlines? »

A new survey says customer satisfaction is up (although it's still not very high). How was your last airline experience? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers how they make the trek to Oshkosh for AirVenture; click through to see the breakdown of answers. More

Question of the Week: Oshkosh Countdown »

It's a matter of mere weeks until the year's biggest aviation show, so we have a question this week for those of you who are going: How are you getting there? Plus: Last week, we asked AVweb readers if the U.S. is overspending on fighters; click through to see the breakdown of answers. More