Bose 'PFS 2 female pilot
Volume 30, Number 8c, February 22, 2023
FAA To Issue Airworthiness Directive On Certain Continental Engines
The FAA has announced it will be issuing a final Airworthiness Directive (AD) Thursday (Feb. 23) on potentially improperly installed crankshaft components of certain Continental Aerospace Technology engines. The AD, which the FAA said will become effective immediately upon issue,[…]   Read this article
Bell 505 Makes First Single-Engine Helicopter Flight Using 100 Percent SAF
Bell Textron announced today (Feb. 21) that its turboshaft-powered Model 505 is the first single-engine helicopter to fly using 100 percent sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Bell credits its cooperation with Safran Helicopter Engines, refiner Neste, GKN Aerospace and Virent Energy[…]   Read this article
Garmin 'GI 275 EIS February 22 2023'
United Airlines Responds To Criticism On Parent-Child Seating Policies
Partially in response to being called out for so-called “junk fees,” United Airlines has announced it is introducing improved reservation technology that makes it easier to ensure families buying economy tickets will be able to sit together. Airlines across the[…] Read this article

AEA 'Free Pilot's guide
EAA Calling On All Corsair Operators To Come To AirVenture 2023
Fresh after its 80th anniversary of entering military service (in December 1942), the Chance-Vought F4U Corsair is back in the limelight, thanks to its starring role in the Sony Pictures production Devotion. Based on the true story of naval aviators[…] Read this article

IFR 'The only magazine for pilots who understand...
NBAA's 50th International Operators Conference Draws 500 Attendees
While “international operations” can be as local as a crow hop across the border to Canada or Mexico (both of which can be way more complicated than one might imagine), the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) recently closed out its[…] Read this article

Short Final: Train Spotting
We were new to the area and flying out of Arcata, California, KACV (which, by the way, may have the longest name of any GA airport in the U.S.: “California Redwood Coast‑Humboldt County Airport”). A few miles up the coast[…] Read this article