Airbus Begins Assembly Of New Wing Prototype

Airbus has announced that its “Wing of Tomorrow” research and technology program has begun assembly of the first of three full-size wing...

Growth Forecast For European Commercial Aviation Fleet

European carriers will need approximately 8,705 new airplanes through 2040, according to Boeing’s recently released 2021 Commercial Market Outlook (CMO). The CMO...

West Point 182 Busts United Nations TFR

A Cessna 182 operated by U.S. Military Academy West Point violated a TFR associated with a meeting of the United Nations General...

Airlines Reminding Passengers Their Flights Are Not BYOB

With airlines clamping down on unruly passengers by suspending onboard sales of alcohol, a story published Monday (Sept. 20) in The Washington...

Top Letters And Comments, September 24, 2021

This week's letters brought comments from readers about an air traffic controller's retirement, the first flight of Rolls-Royce's electric prototype, a trip in a SubSonex jet and SpaceX's Inspiration4 launch.

Managing Fatigue

Circadian rhythm is the daily alteration in a person’s behavior and physiology controlled...

Short Final: Alphabet Soup

Pre-pandemic, a group of Windsor Flying Club members based at CYQG made an...

CPaT Announces New Contract with Brazilian Start-Up, Itapemirim

CPaT Global today announced they have been awarded a new contract by Itapemirim Transportes Aereos for the provision of Aircraft Systems courses, and CPaT’s General Subjects library for initial and recurrent training on the Airbus A320.

Global Aviation Technologies Installs First Goji Geotainment IFE System

Global Aviation Technologies (GAT) today announced the first successful installation of the new Goji Geotainment system, a plug-and-play replacement for legacy Airshow cabin entertainment systems.
Taken in 1978 at Lawrence Co. Airpark while waiting for the fog to clear so I could go for that expensive cup of coffee in my Mini Coupe that I had completed building in 1976. Those were the days. Copyrighted photo by Ralph Lawhon Jr.

Bad For Aviation One More Time

Old airplanes are quite the charmers, but the future will be populated with things that are a lot easier to fly. Eventually, we'll need to embrace that.

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AVweb Rewind: Insurance Roundtable

We continue to hear reports from readers being quoted shocking increases in aircraft insurance premiums. We have no reason to believe this...