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Purdue Introduces “Degree In 3” Program

Getting an aviation degree in three years instead of four could save students $20K to $30K under Purdue University’s new “Degree in...

Civilian Super Hercules FAA Certified

Lockheed Martin’s LM-100J commercial freighter—the civilian variant of the C-130J Super Hercules—received its FAA type design update certification on Friday. The LM-100J...

Pistons Lead Turbines In Third-Quarter Shipments

Piston aircraft sales rose by 7 percent during the third quarter compared to last year, according to the General Aviation Manufacturers Association...

Marine Pilot Survived 10 Hours After Fighter Crash

A Marine Corps pilot who ejected from his F/A-18 Hornet off the coast of Japan in 2018 was alive on the surface...

Fly The High Road Or The Low Road?

Flight planning invariably includes choosing an expected altitude for the trip and varying it...

General Aviation Accident Bulletin

AVweb's General Aviation Accident Bulletin is taken from the pages of our sister...

Short Final: Tower Maintenance

In 2006, Addison, Texas, the new tower structure was up, but without windows...

The DAES Group announces completion of a wheel and brake facility for First...

Within the framework of the Dubai Airshow 2019, DAES Group, (stand 1724) the premier global provider of aerospace support services and capital equipment for OEM's, manufacturers, commercial, military and MRO's, announced the completion of a turnkey wheel and brake facility for First Class Aviation Services, an MRO company headquartered in Saudi Arabia.

S.S. White Technologies celebrates 175th anniversary year

S.S. White Technologies, the world leader in flexible shaft technology, is proud to announce it is celebrating its 175th anniversary year.
Taken at 7th Lake in the Adirondacks, Payne's Air Service. Canon Sx740hs. Photo by Tom Ciura.

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Deland Sport Showcase: What’s New?

The Deland Sport Aviation Showcase for 2019 opened this week in Deland, Florida, and AVweb was there. In this quick walking tour...

Mooney’s Last Act?

Mooney shutters for the umpteenth time. Now what? No one knows, but one thing's for sure, the Chinese rose is wilting.