Last Boeing 747 Delivered

Boeing has delivered its final 747, handing over the last 747-8 model produced to Atlas Air Worldwide in a ceremony at its factory in...

FAA Approves Aspen Pro MAX, Garmin GFC 600 Integration Software

Aspen Avionics has received FAA approval for new software that will allow Garmin’s GFC 600 digital autopilot to be integrated with the Aspen EFD1000...

GAMI Begins G100UL STC Sales (Corrected)

General Aviation Modifications Inc. (GAMI) has officially begun selling supplemental type certificates (STCs) for its G100UL 100-octane unleaded avgas. As previously reported by AVweb,...

Qatar, Airbus Settle Peeling Paint Fight

Airbus and Qatar Airways have settled a nasty spat over paint that escalated into a multibillion-dollar tit for tat. The companies announced Wednesday that...

Top Letters And Comments, February 3, 2023

This week's letters brought comments from readers about the delivery of the last Boeing 747, the first flight of an electric Zenith CH 750 and COVID vaccines.

Hiperbipe

Who else noticed not one…or two…or three…but four unusual, slab-sided, negative-staggered cabin biplanes outside the...

Short Final: Hector Sector

A few years ago, and before our jets were capable of long‑range navigation, I routinely...
True Blue Power launches online, lithium-ion aircraft battery training for Aviation Maintenance Technician and Inspection Authorization refresher certification.
Wings Assurance, Inc. dba Wings Agency of Hainesport, NJ has been acquired by Grohs Schrager Hampson Aviation Insurance LLC, a division of the Schrager Hampson Aviation Insurance Group of companies.
Taken at Warbirds Over Monroe 2022, Charlotte-Monroe Executive Airport (KEQY), with a Nikon D7200, 18-140mm lens. Copyrighted photo by Ron Malec.
Mark Twain said, “History never repeats itself, but it does often rhyme.” Sort of like China and Montana.

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Best Of The Web: An Engaged Crew Avoided Disaster At Austin

This week’s video, courtesy of VASAviation, is a brief and bright example of how things are not supposed to work, but sometimes do anyway....