Volume 28, Number 9c, February 26, 2021
Piston Deliveries Hold On In A Down Year For GA Sales
The General Aviation Manufacturers Association released the final 2020 numbers showing piston aircraft suffering a small loss of less than […]   Read this article
PAL-V Finalizes Flying Car Certification Basis With EASA
Flying car company PAL-V has announced that it has completed the full certification basis for its Liberty roadable aircraft with […]   Read this article
OIG 737 MAX Audit Finds FAA Process Issues
Problems with the FAA’s certification and delegation processes impacted its oversight of the Boeing 737 MAX, according to the Office […] Read this article

Is A 406 ELT Worth It? Reduce Expectations
Every other summer, I torture myself with the $1500 biennial ELT switch flip. I install the required 24-month battery, wait […] Read this article

2020 Collier Trophy Finalists Announced
The National Aeronautic Association (NAA) announced the seven finalists competing for the 2020 Robert J. Collier Trophy on Wednesday. This […] Read this article

Boeing Begins T-7A Red Hawk Production
The T-7A Red Hawk advanced military training jet has officially entered the production line, according to an announcement from Boeing […] Read this article

Air Race E Adds New Classes For Electric Aircraft
Electric air race organization Air Race E has expanded its planned lineup with new electric airplane and vertical takeoff and […] Read this article

Picture of the Week, February 25, 2021
Winter fun on Lake Mojave. Photo by Jon Fowler. Read this article

Submit Your Photo To Our Picture Of The Week Contest
Submit your photo to our Picture of the Week contest. Read this article