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Podcast: Superior Air Parts' Aviation Town in China »

Superior Air Parts says it's expanding its presence in China by establishing an aviation-oriented town near Bejing whose main intent is to provide non-Chinese companies a means of initiating business in China. In this podcast, AVweb's Paul Bertorelli spoke with Tim Archer about the new community. More

Podcast: Summer Camp, With Airplanes »

For kids ages 12 to 18, AeroCamps offer a chance to spend some time at a local airport, learn about the aviation industry, and fly an airplane. Jim White, who runs the AeroCamp at Double Eagle Aviation in Tucson, talked with AVweb's Mary Grady about the nationwide project. More

Podcast: Aviation Safety Culture Change Urged »

Mike Slack founded the law firm of Slack and Davis, headquartered in Austin with offices in Dallas and Fort Worth, which provided much of the background information for the controversial USA Today story that examined general aviation safety a couple of weeks ago. Slack, an IFR-rated pilot and owner of a turbo 182 and a T-6, told AVweb's Russ Niles that rather than shoot the messenger, GA should be looking at meaningful changes to the way airplanes are built and accidents investigated. More

Podcast: 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

Podcast: 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