EAA has confirmed that two people were taken to hospital after the crash of a light aircraft in the southeast corner of Wittman Field Thursday morning. Spokesman Dick Knapinski said the condition of the two people was not known nor were circumstances of the crash. More
A Mooney M-20L crashed in the parking lot of a shopping center in San Diego on Wednesday, after clipping the top of a Target store. The single passenger, an 80-year-old woman, was killed, and the... More
The FAA said on Thursday it will revise the rules that govern helicopter certification, Parts 27 and 29, in a way similar to the effort now underway to revise Part 23 for airplanes. Part 27... More
Kitplanes Magazine has introduced a monthly online newsletter aimed at those thinking about building or buying a homebuilt aircraft. The Homebuilders' Portal will assemble archival material from 30... More
The first thing this morning, we visited the "One Day Wonder" pavilion in the middle of AirVenture 2014 and checked on the project to build and do initial taxi testing of a Zenith CH 750 kitplane... More
It's not easy breaking out of pack at AirVenture. However, PC-Aero's Sun Flyer, a solar-electric proof-of-concept airplane, is getting attentionits developers are promising that the two-place... More
The U.S. should study whether passenger jets should be equipped with anti-missile gear, Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., and Rep. Steve Israel, D-N.Y., said last week. The FAA, the Defense Department... More
After more than 20 years in development, the Delta Hawk Jet A piston engine is now headed for certification. At a news conference at AirVenture 2014, spokesman Dennis Webb said the engine has been... More
The Citation CJ3+ business jet has successfully completed its first flight, Cessna said this week. Mark Tuttle, production flight test pilot, said he flew for 73 minutes, and all systems performed... More
Couldn't make it to Oshkosh this year? Today we sent Ashley Anglisano 'round the grounds armed with a camera and an eye for show-goers and exhibitors getting into the swing of things. More
We're back with more photos from the show grounds. More
Does the world know it really wants a flying bass boat? Maybe we're about to find out. More
This is the third Summer that LISA Airplanes crosses the Atlantic to take part in the EAA Airventure fair in Oshkosh (Wisconsin, USA).This important event brings more than 500 000 aviation enthusiasts (the world's biggest aviation celebration) and it's a unique occasion for the French company to present in detail the AKOYA, their two-seat amphibian aircraft.
Viking Aircraft Engines are busy changing the cost of aviation participation through half priced engine options.
Computer Training Systems (CTS), the leader in computer-based aviation training, has released a Bell 407GX recurrent systems and procedures training course, specifically designed to meet Part 135 requirements.
AOPA would like to see refurbed Cessnas as part of the training mix. Maybe the idea has legs. More
Pete Lossner of Lake Oswego, OR leads off an incredible assortment of photos this week. Click through for more from AVweb readers.