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Podcast: Scorpion Debut »

Textron AirLand flew its Scorpion light tactical jet last week and by all accounts it went well. AVweb's Russ Niles spoke with Dale Tutt, chief engineer on the project, a day after the flight about the airplane and its potential market. More

Podcast: Whatever the Season, MAF Gives »

Mission Aviation Fellowship operates small aircraft in and out of some of the most remote airstrips in the world, often while those areas are in crisis. Their version of routine flying is the kind of stuff most stateside pilots will never experience. AVweb spoke with MAF's Gene Jordan to learn more. More

Podcast: Opening China's Airspace »

This week, China moved forward with expanding access to their air space for general aviation operations. Ed Smith, vice president of international affairs for the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, chats with AVweb contributing editor Mary Grady about what that news means for the industry. More

Podcast: ASA's Checkride Apps »

Educational training supply company ASA launched six new apps in October designed to aid pilots in preparation of a checkride. AVweb speaks with ASA curriculum director Jackie Spanitz to learn more. More

Podcast: Sleep Apnea Policy 'Crazy,' Says Senior AME »

Dr. Brent Blue is a senior FAA air medical examiner from Wyoming who says the new policy on sleep apnea announced by Federal Air Surgeon Dr. Fred Tilton is "one of the craziest things to come out of the FAA in many years." AVweb's Russ Niles spoke with him. More

Podcast: Lighthawk Needs You -- And Your Airplane »

Lighthawk, a non-profit group based in Wyoming, recently won a grant from the AOPA Foundation to help them expand their outreach efforts across the country. At AOPA Summit in Fort Worth, Texas, Lighthawk outreach manager Greg Bedinger and program officer Ryan Boggs spoke with AVweb's Mary Grady to explain how general aviation pilots can help in their efforts to protect endangered species. More

Podcast: The Long and Short of $1 Avgas »

How many pilots will come out for $1 avgas? A lot. Even some who have given up flying. At Redbird's third annual Migration training conference, Jerry Gregoire debriefed us on the success of Redbird's recent promotion -- and its potential implications for the future of aviation fuel. More

Podcast: On the Front Lines in China »

Shanghai Hawker Pacific is China's first FBO/MRO and is pioneering development of the nuts and bolts of the service side of business aviation in the country. AVweb's Glenn Pew spoke with the company's Carey Matthews at NBAA 2013 in Las Vegas. More

Podcast: IPad for Advanced Simulators »

IPads are a fixture in modern cockpits, but integrating them to simulator training is relatively new. SimCom worked with Redbird Flight Simulations to allow iPad simulation in its devices. AVweb's Russ Niles spoke with Eric Hinson about how it all works. More