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NBAA Plans For In-Person Convention

Alongside other major aviation events, the annual National Business Aviation Association Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) is returning to an in-person format this...

EAA Announces Innovation Prize Grand Championship Finalists

The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) has announced the top five finalists for the Founder’s Innovation Prize Grand Championship, which will take place...

Airbus, Cathay Pacific Developing Single-Pilot Long-Haul System

Airbus and Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific are developing a system designed to allow for single-pilot, long-haul passenger flights in the A350,...

System Outages Cause Cancellations, Delays At Southwest

Southwest Airlines canceled more than 550 flights on Tuesday after experiencing unspecified system issues that affected its operations across the country. The...

Top Letters And Comments, June 18, 2021

This week's letters brought comments from readers about aircraft speed, runway turnbacks and supersonic commercial flights.

Smokin’: Buying 200 Knots For $200,000

Insert your favorite speed cliché here. One of the main reasons we love...

New Virginia High School Plans To Add Aviation Career Programs

A new-build high school in Virginia will be doing its part to feed...

ASM Rebranding as JANA Engineering

JANA, Inc., a leading engineering and technical documentation services company, has announced the rebranding of Aircraft Systems and Manufacturing, Inc. (ASM) to JANA Engineering.

Phillips 66 Aviation Announces the Return of the WingPoints Giveaway

Phillips 66 Aviation is excited to announce the return of the “Great WingPoints Giveaway” promotion.
Makapuu Point Lighthouse, Island of Oahu, HI. Still image taken from a GoPro Hero 7. Copyrighted photo by Wings Over Pearl/Drew Watson.

VFR Towers Part Deux: Even Controllers Don’t Agree

If you're the poor sot sitting in the smoking wreckage, it doesn't matter a whit whether they separate airplanes or not. It's still the pilot's job not to hit other airplanes.

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Second Look: Why Light Sport Aircraft Suffer So Many Crashes

Light sport airplanes were supposed to be a cheaper alternative to certified aircraft and they are. But in this republication of AVweb's...