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....

FAA Warns Of AOA Sensor Damage

The FAA published an InFO (Information For Operators) sheet last week detailing its concerns about human damage to angle-of-attack sensors. “It is...

NTSB To Hold Part 135 Public Roundtable

After a difficult season for Part 135 operators in Alaska, the National Transportation Safety Board is scheduled to hold a public roundtable...

GAMA Opens 2020 Aviation Design Challenge

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) opened registration for next year’s Aviation Design Challenge on Monday. The annual competition, which is designed...

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...

General Aviation Accident Bulletin

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

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.

Air Plains Services Flying East to AOPA Fly-In at Tullahoma Regional Airport

Air Plains Services, a world leader in general aviation engine and avionics upgrades, will be exhibiting a Cessna 180 with one of the company’s signature 300hp XP engines and talking aircraft transformation at the AOPA Fly-In in Tullahoma, TN, September 13 and 14.
While working in Idaho at Cascade Aircraft Management, we were fortunate to have a Grumman Albatross project for avionics upgrades. I saw the cloudy background and took this with my iPhone 6s and processed it in Photoshop using Silver Efex Pro to convert to black & white while increasing the contrast and structure. Copyrighted photo by Rob Huntington.

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.