Terrafugia, the company that has been working on a flying car prototype, will fly their Transition roadable aircraft at EAA AirVenture this week for its first public demonstrations. CEO Carl Dietrich spoke with AVweb's Mary Grady about the ongoing development of the program. More
At EAA AirVenture, Epic Aircraft is showing their new mock-up of the certified version of the LT turboprop. Spokesman Mike Schrader spoke with AVweb's Mary Grady about the progress being made and some of the differences between the two versions. More
EAA will host a job fair at AirVenture next week, a new opportunity that has drawn a lot of interest both from companies seeking to hire and workers looking for jobs. AVweb's Mary Grady spoke with staffers at EAA who are organizing the event and with Cirrus Aviation, one of the participants. More
Katrina Bradshaw, executive director of Build A Plane, unveils a new program from the nonprofit group and talks about plans for EAA AirVenture, including a free program for teachers at the show. Bradshaw also explains how teachers anywhere in the U.S. can get their classes involved in building an airplane. More
General aviation advocacy groups have been working with the FAA to change the way light aircraft are certified, ditching the traditional Part 23 process and replacing it with an industry-consensus-standards approach. Greg Bowles of GAMA has been a leader in that effort, and he spoke with AVweb's Mary Grady about the progress made in Washington this week and what it means for pilots and aviation consumers. More
Even NBAA is warming to the idea. But it can be be implemented without distorting NavCanada's benefits? More
"POTW" veteran Daniel Valovich of Hot Springs, AR calls down the lightning to lead off another showcase of reader photography. Click through for more pictures.