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Aspen To Join AIRO Group

Aspen Avionics announced on Tuesday that it has entered into an agreement to become a member of the AIRO Group. As part...

Cirrus Debuts VisionAir Service

Cirrus has rolled out a “turnkey” service called VisionAir, which intends to help owners manage maintenance and pilot services for the Vision...

Textron Aviation Introduces King Air 360

The venerable and venerated King Air turboprop is getting a mild but noticeable makeover with the 360 and 360ER versions announced today....

Virgin Galactic Unveils Supersonic Jet Concept

Virgin Galactic and its subsidiary, The Spaceship Company, introduced a new supersonic jet design concept on Monday aimed at the long-distance commercial...

Buying The Old Ones: Homework Mandatory

Staggerwing. Caught you. It only took one...

Short Final: Hood Up

In the early 1970s, I was a captain in the Kansas Army National...

Accident Probe: No Idea What’s Going On

No matter how successful we are in life, there’s always someone with a...

SWIFT AVIATION OFFERS FREE COVID TESTING FOR EMPLOYEES AND PARTNERS

Swift Aviation has been and will continue providing free, on-site COVID-19 tests to Associates via its partners COVID Testing to You.

Air Plains Services now offers drop-in EIS for Lycoming 180 hp pistons

Air Plains Services announced today it is offering the newly certified Lycoming Electronic Ignition System for its Lycoming 180 hp engines.
Went out flying to meet some friends for breakfast. Woodstock is a 1972 Cessna 150L with a Texas Taildragger Conversion. Taken with a Canon EOS 5D MKIII at the Pennridge Airport in Perkasie, Pennsylvania. Photo by Edward Figuli.

Airlines Develop A Spine On Mask Enforcement

Everybody hates masks, including airline passengers. But airlines, or at least Delta, seems determined to enforce the policy nonetheless.

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AvWeb’s Virtual Tradeshow: Frasca International

No AirVenture this year, but AVweb is conducting a series of interviews with people and companies we would have talked to had...