Earl Lawrence Joins Xwing As Chief Compliance And Quality Officer

Outgoing FAA Executive Director of Certification Earl Lawrence has joined Xwing as the company’s new chief compliance and quality officer. Based in California, Xwing...

Joby Receives Part 135 Certificate

Joby Aviation announced on Thursday that it has received its Part 135 air carrier certificate from the FAA, allowing the company to operate aircraft...

Family Finds Plane Wreck After Search Called Off

A month after authorities called off the search, family members of one of the pilots of an aircraft that went missing in Ontario have...

FAA Proposes Pulling Certificate After 737 Ditching

The FAA wants to revoke the air carrier certificate of the company that owned a Boeing 737-200 that ditched off Honolulu last year. The...

Top Letters And Comments, May 27, 2022

This week's letters brought comments from readers about visualizing airflow, ATC vectors and airline pilot retirement age.

Top Gun Slinger

One of the best things about going out to visit kit companies—aside from the airplanes...

Short Final: Be Advised

One flight recently, I had an interesting exchange with Jacksonville Approach, south of Jacksonville at...
The FAA has published a report on the study of a neural network-based runway landing guidance system by Daedalean.
ICARUS Devices is excited to share the news that its Smart View Limiting Device has been granted an Air Worthiness Release (AWR) by the US Army.
Buddy and I climbing in an ASW-19 and Discus-A about 4 knots in wave out from SkySailing in Warner Springs, CA. Photo ship is a Cessna 180H. Photo by Keith Eyler.
Best part, they made it way less cringy than the original. Flight scenes are epic and numerous.

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