Airbus Printing Hospital Visors

Airbus has started using its additive manufacturing (3D-printing) facilities in Spain to produce visor frames for hospitals in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic....

Virtually There: Zenith Aircraft Retools Workshop Class

Instead of canceling an upcoming builder workshop, kit manufacturer Zenith Aircraft has turned it into a virtual affair. Zenith has been running...

NATA, NBAA Call For CARES Guidance

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) and National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) sent a letter to U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Steven...

Appareo Introduces Electronic Flight Bag App

With the new Stratus Insight app, Appareo has jumped into the EFB market currently dominated by ForeFlight and Garmin’s Pilot apps. Now...

Top Letters And Comments, April 3, 2020

This week's letters brought comments from readers about the FAA pausing medical enforcement, the effect of COVID-19 on flight instruction, homebuilt aircraft and plans to attend AirVenture.

Satellite Imagery

Since the mid‑1970s, satellite imagery has made its way into everything from television weather‑casts...

SubSonex Project: First Flights and More

Paul Dye's SubSonex traveled a long road from idea to construction to first flight. Here's his wrapup on the project.

Air Plains Services Gains PMA for Cessna Airbox Gasket

Air Plains Services has gained Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) from the Federal Aviation Administration to manufacture new replacement airbox gaskets for a variety of Cessna single-engine piston aircraft.

Baron Announces Threat Net Mobile App

Baron, the worldwide provider of critical weather intelligence, announces its mobile version of Baron Threat Net, allowing users to monitor important weather data by location, ensuring safety while on the go.
Taken with a simple point and shoot film camera. Late 1980s over Woolverton Field, Buchanan MI. From a Rotec Rally III. Photo by Ralph Ballard.

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AVweb’s DA40 NG Flight Trial

Diamond's diesel-powered DA40 NG is proving a popular choice for flight schools. In this video, AVweb's Paul Bertorelli explains the engine's details and gives the airplane a wring out in snowy London, Ontario.

Collings Crash And Safety Culture

The FAA found Collings lacked proper safety oversight. But connecting that with the crash is up to the NTSB.