FAA Approves Turkey Drop »

FAA Approves Turkey Drop

The FAA has signed off on the controversial Yellville Turkey Drop but that seems to have inflamed controversy over the event even more.


Helicopter Crash Kills 19 »

Helicopter Crash Kills 19

A helicopter crash in northern Russia has killed 19 of 22 people aboard. The Mi-8 was carrying oil workers when it crashed 28 miles northeast of Staryi Urengoi in the Yamalo-Nenets region on Friday afternoon.


Helicopter Hit By DUI Suspect »

Helicopter Hit By DUI Suspect

Sheriff’s officials in New Mexico have a man in custody on suspicion of drunk driving after he allegedly drove his car into a helicopter and a fire truck parked at an accident scene.


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AOPA Clarifies ADS-B Rebate Process »

The FAA’s rebate program for ADS-B compliance, launched a month ago, had more than 2,000 takers in its first week. The numbers are growing and inevitably, a few questions have emerged from... More

FAA Proposes NavWorx AD »

The FAA has proposed an AD that would require the removal of certain NavWorx ADS-B transceivers because it claims the devices might broadcast “unreliable position information to air traffic... More

Textron Restructuring »

Textron Inc. says it’s restructuring its Textron Aviation devision in response to a “stubbornly soft” business jet market. More

Twin Pilot Runs Out Of Fuel, Lands By Highway »

The pilot of an Aerostar 601P landed his twin alongside a highway Thursday in Georgia after he may have run out of fuel. Area news outlets photographed Ian McMahon standing by the aircraft as local... More

New This Week »

AVweb's search of news in aviation found announcements from Banyan Air Service, the Recreational Aviation Foundation, the Unmanned Safety Institute and Sporty's. Banyan Air Service at Fort... More

Boeing Opens St. Louis Composite Plant For 777X »

Boeing opened its new manufacturing facility this week in St. Louis, where it will manufacture components of the upcoming 777X jet. The site historically served as an assembly facility for... More

ModAero Is Back With NextGen Aviation Fest »

The founders of the ModAero NextGen Aviation Festival launched their first event early this year with a great idea — to target millennials, the 18 to 35 age group. But the project got off to a... More

AOPA Asks Supreme Court To Hear Aviation Case »

Only the FAA can set standards for aviation safety, AOPA told the Supreme Court this week, and states and courts should not be allowed to undermine that responsibility. AOPA submitted a... More



Aviation Insurance: Some Good News and Blunt Talk

Aviation Insurance: Some Good News and Blunt Talk »

Aviation insurance rates are the lowest they've been in over 50 years. Nevertheless, it's important that you buy the right insurance for the flying you do and the risks you face. More


Briefing the Takeoff

Briefing the Takeoff »

When everything goes as it should, taking off is a nothingburger. When it doesn’t, you need a plan. More

Short Final:

Short Final »

Back in the 70s I was in the pattern at Palamar Airport, along with several other aircraft. One fellow was having issues with his radio ... Tower: ”N1234 turn off your radio." ... After several long seconds ... Tower: OK, turn it back on. John Heiser More


Press Releases

AeroMedOPS New Name For Jet Logistics Air Medical Services

Jet Logistics Inc. has announced a rebranding of the US-based Air Carrier's (14CFR Part 135) medical transport services division under the new trademark of "AeroMedOPS(TM) - Worldwide Air Medical Transport".

Unmanned Safety Institute Accepted As FAASTeam Training Provider

The Unmanned Safety Institute (USI), a subsidiary of ARGUS International, Inc., announced today that it has been accepted as a "Training Provider" to the FAA Safety Team's (FAASTeam) Program.

RAF Adds Two Board Members

The Recreational Aviation Foundation (RAF), a Bozeman, Montana chartered nonprofit organization has added two members to its board of directors.