GAMA's Pete Bunce on GA Safety »

An extensive report on general aviation safety in "USA Today" this week doesn't convey the whole story, says GAMA President Pete Bunce. He took a break from his work in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday to talk with AVweb's Mary Grady about ongoing efforts to build safer airplanes. More

Flight of Passage, 48 Years On »

Chris Nesin knew he had to have the Piper Cub Special that the Buck brothers flew as Rinker Buck's inspiration for Flight of Passage. AVweb's Russ Niles spoke with the new owner of the iconic aircraft about its next transcontinental trip. More

Report from San Marcos »

AOPA launched their first new regional fly-in last weekend in San Marcos, Texas. AVweb's Mary Grady talks with Katie Pribyl, AOPA's vice president in charge of events, to find out more about how the new format worked out and whether it's meeting the association's goals. More

GAMA's Greg Bowles on Changes to Part 23/CS-23 »

In the U.S. we know it as Part 23, but the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is concerned with revisions to what the rest of the world knows as CS-23. AVweb's Paul Bertorelli caught up with Greg Bowles form GAMA at Aero in Friedrichshafen to get the lowdown on changes to the rule and what they may mean for aircraft manufacturers like Flight Design. More

Catching Up to Europe »

The European Aviation Safety Agency is moving quickly on aircraft certification reform, and the the FAA is falling behind. AVweb's Paul Bertorelli spoke with GAMA President Pete Bunce at Aero Friedrichshafen. More

Garmin Pilot Goes European »

European pilots will be able to download the popular Garmin Pilot app by the end of May. AVweb's Paul Bertorelli filed this report with Garmin's Jessica Koss from Aero Friedrichshafen. More

Behind the Reduction in Cirrus Accidents »

After a couple of years of tweaking training, Cirrus says the fatal accident rate for its models is now below the average for all of GA. Travis Klumb brings AVweb up to speed on the numbers. More

Diesel Engines and Beyond with Continental's Rhett Ross »

Continental Motors' Rhett Ross isn't ready to commit to an all-diesel future, but the presence of the company's powerful new Centurion 2.0S at their Aero display is an unmistakable sign of the rise of diesel engines. Paul Bertorelli spoke with Ross in Friedrichshafen, Germany. More

Textron Aviation Explained »

Textron's acquisition of Beechcraft has resulted in the creation of Textron Aviation, the combination of Cessna and Beech. AVweb's Rick Durden spoke with Textron Aviation's Joe Hepburn about the transition. More

Airvan Making Inroads »

Mahindra Aerospace's GippsAero GA8 Airvan has been available in North America for more than a decade, and it's finding a home in a variety of environments and locations, including Alaska. AVweb's Rick Durden spoke with GippsAero's Earl Boyter at Sun 'n Fun 2014. More