David Clark 'Fly a legend April 28 2022
Volume 29, Number 43d, October 27, 2022
FAA Threatens More 5G Disruptions
The FAA is threatening more 5G-related flight disruptions if federal communications officials don’t throttle the signals of smaller cellphone carriers around airports. In a letter obtained by Reuters sent last Friday, FAA Acting Administrator Billy Nolen told the National Telecommunications[…]   Read this article
NBAA-BACE Show Is Back To 'Normal,' Which Is ... Unusual
This year’s NBAA-BACE, the 75th Anniversary edition, was the closest to “normal” that anyone has seen for a couple of years. But what does “normal” mean? And how has that become … abnormal … in the post-pandemic environment? Teeming crowds[…]   Read this article
NBAA 2022: ForeFlight For Business Aviation
ForeFlight has become just as popular for business aviation/turbine aircraft ops as it has for the lower end of the market, and the ForeFlight integrated flight app for business aviation is a suite of utilities aimed at professional flight crews[…] Read this article

Lightspeed 'Never seen a Zulu like this
Former Marine Pilot With Chinese Ties Arrested In Australia
Australian authorities have arrested a former Marine Corps pilot and owner of an aviation consultancy in China and are holding him under special bail conditions at the request of the U.S. government. The Australian Broadcasting Company is reporting that Daniel[…] Read this article

AVweb 'Break out on top
Re-Engined B-52 Has A New Look
The matriarch of the Air Force’s strategic nuclear fleet is getting some work done, and the result is smoother skin and curvier limbs. Air and Space Forces Magazine released an image of a 3-D rendering of what the next iteration[…] Read this article

Kitplanes 'Take-off into the world of homebuilt aircraft
Team Tackles Unexplained Aerial Phenomena
NASA has decided it’s time to get to the bottom of the well-publicized reports of unusual aerial occurrences in the past few years and beyond. It’s formed a 16-member team of government officials, industry reps, academics and—at least one man[…] Read this article