Volocopter Unveils Next-Generation eVTOL Design

German urban air mobility developer Volocopter introduced its fourth-generation electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft (eVTOL) design on Wednesday. The VoloCity, which is intended...

737 MAX Panel: Change The Certification Process

Changes to the way the FAA certifies aircraft are said to be part of the Joint Authorities Technical Review panel’s report on...

NASA Using 3D Printing To Study Aircraft Icing

NASA has moved to using 3D printing as a data-gathering method for a five-year research project on aircraft icing at the Glenn...

Garmin To Certify GFC 600H On Bell 505

Garmin has announced that it intends to certify the GFC 600H helicopter flight control system on the Bell 505 Jet Ranger X....

Top Letters And Comments, August 22, 2019

This week's letters brought comments from readers about the Boeing 737 MAX, the risks of AOA sensor damage, landing on difficult runways and the latest search for Amelia Earhart's plane.

Short Final: Tomahawk

I took off from Erie after a major front had passed through much...

Pitot–Static System Failure

From our earliest days as student pilots, the instructor probably explained how pitot-static instruments...

Baron Launches New API Website for Aviation

Baron, the worldwide provider of critical weather intelligence, announces the launch of the new Baron Weather API for Aviation website, now optimized for development.

JetSolution Aviation Group Attained ISO 9001:2015 Standard Proven Exceptional Quality Management Capabilities

JetSolution Aviation Group, the Hong Kong-based leading business aviation consultancy, proudly announced it has achieved ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System Standard awarded by SIS Certifications.
My 2009 Turbo Stationair at the Whitmore International Airport at the Bar 10 Ranch near the Grand Canyon in Arizona. This was part of a leg on my ferry flight from Tennessee to California. This was shot unmodified from an iPhone X. Copyrighted photo by Brian Dear.

Another Miracle. Second One This Week

This time, it was a ditching in Half Moon Bay which the social-media star pilot happened to film. Coincidence or not, it does remind us about carrying PFDs.

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Why This Landing Went Bad

St. Barts, in the eastern Caribbean, is famous for having a short, narrow runway with a tall hill off one end. It's tricky to get into and more than one pilot has come to grief in trying. In this video, AVweb's Paul Bertorelli reviews a landing that went wrong and why.