East Hampton Town Board Moves On Plan To Privatize HTO

The East Hampton (Long Island, New York) town board announced plans on Tuesday (Jan. 17) to close East Hampton Airport (KHTO) on...

Sporty’s Launches New CFI Portal

Sporty’s officially launched its new portal for flight instructors on Wednesday as part of its 2022 Pilot Training platform. The Sporty’s CFI...

Dornier Seawings Acquires Flywhale Project

Dornier Seawings announced on Wednesday that it has acquired the Flywhale aircraft project from Germany-based Uniplanes GmbH. The deal covers all intellectual...

Close Calls Might Be More Frequent Than You Think

The recent double-fatal collision between a cargo-carrying Cessna Caravan and a powered parachute in Class Echo airspace has generated a lot of...

Top Letters And Comments, January 21, 2022

This week's letters brought comments from readers about carbon monoxide detectors, flying an electric Xenos and the GA accident rate.

Electrified: Flying An Electric Xenos

One of the most common questions I received in the nearly seven years...

Getting Started with Kit Aircraft: Deciding Whether to Build

If you are considering building a new homebuilt aircraft from a kit—or are thinking of...

Elite Airways Selects Avsoft for CRJ Online Pilot Training

Elite Airways (MNU), based in Portland, Maine, has awarded Avsoft International a long-term contract for CRJ-200, CRJ-700, and CRJ-900 online pilot training. 

Gallagher Aviation Acquires Alpine Beech MLG STC Lighting Kit

Gallagher Aviation is excited to announce that it has acquired the STC for the Beechcraft Alpine Main Landing Gear Landing Light Kit.
Two Cardinal RGs in formation. Shot with a Motorola Z4 smart phone over Fort Ashby, WV, on Saturday, January 8th. Copyrighted photo by Dennis B. Boykin IV.

Gen. Charles McGee: A Remembrance

Gen. Charles McGee of the famed Tuskegee Airman died last week at 102. As anyone who met him will recall, he led a long life of dignified, quiet heroism.

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AVweb Classic: Reviewing The Cirrus CAPS Record

The Cirrus line of aircraft have been flying for 20 years and although most people in aviation know they have full aircraft...