Teacher Arrested For Flying A Drone At U.S. Open

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A teacher in New York City was arrested Friday on charges of flying a drone in Louis Armstrong Stadium the evening before during a U.S. Open tennis match. The drone crashed into empty seats, and no one was injured, The Associated Press reported. More

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Reported Drone Collision Was a Birdstrike »

Although it hasn’t been officially confirmed, last week’s reported collision between a drone and a Piper PA-23 was, in fact, a bird strike. Residue on the aircraft’s de-icing boot... More

French Investigators Confirm Flaperon From MH370 »

Matching serial numbers from a piece of flaperon found on a French island in July confirm the debris is from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, French investigators said Thursday. While Malaysian... More

New This Week »

AVweb's search of aviation news this week found award announcements from the Aero Club of Northern California and the National Aviation Hall of Fame, a new mobile job-search app from... More

Two Injured In Army Blackhawk Accident »

Two Army soldiers were injured Wednesday in central Colorado when their Blackhawk helicopter made a hard landing in a remote forest. The two unidentified soldiers were among four on board the... More

FAA Updates Model Aircraft Guidance »

The FAA on Wednesday updated its 34-year-old Advisory Circular on personal model aircraft, issuing safety and airspace rules similar to the ones it has issued on consumer drones. The new version,... More

The Weekender: Local Flavor For Labor Day »

With three days to spend for Labor Day, The Weekender scouted out some first-time fly-ins on SocialFlight, plus some big airshows. FlightLevel of Cape May County Airport in New Jersey will hold its... More

RAM Dings Continental On Parts Prices »

In one of the more unusual press releases we've seen, RAM Aircraft LP, a Waco, Texas, engine and mod shop, says Continental Motors' recent acquisition of ECi "will cost everyone in general... More

Unconfirmed Drone-Airplane Collision Reported »

The FAA has reported that an "unknown object" struck a Piper Apache while in flight near Romeoville, Illinois, but according to the drone website suasnews.com, that object was likely a small drone.... More

 

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Twin Takeoffs

Twin Takeoffs »

Departing from a 4200-foot runway, the twin engine Beech B60 Duke lifted off after a 1500-foot takeoff roll. The landing gear was immediately retracted but at approximately 100 feet agl, a large puff of black smoke erupted from the left engine.... More

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Gettin' Older

Gettin' Older »

Concerns about pilot aging are just as important for the younger pilot as for the more silver-haired among us. The US population is getting grayer, and it's plain to see when looking around any airport, so too is the average pilot. This aging... More

Short Final:

Short Final

Short Final »

Back when I was a student pilot in Navy Flight School, I was flying solo along the beach, conducting precision aerobatics practice. As I finished a barrel roll and set up for a loop, I heard a student-and-instructor aircraft check in to the area,... More

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AviationCV.com Launches Mobile Version Of Job Platform

AviationCV.com, a comprehensive HR services provider engaged in the business of aviation personnel selection, training and post-delivery support, is delighted to announce the launch of the mobile version of its aviation job search platform.

Historic Flight Foundation Hosts Vintage Aircraft Weekend

Historic Flight Foundation is pleased to host the Eighth Annual Vintage Aircraft Weekend, September 4th-6th, 2015. Together with our Paine Field Partners and the Snohomish County Tourism Promotion Area, "VAW" has become a signature event for families. Join us for food, fun, flying, music, history, inspiration and excitement.

NTBAA's Safety Show-Down CAM Approved

The North Texas Business Aviation Association (NTBAA), announced that its 3rd annual Safety Show-Down event on September 23rd has been certified by the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) to be a Certified Aviation Manager (CAM) accredited program, allowing attendees to receive CAM credit for participating in the event.