Volume 27, Number 1b, January 1, 2020
So You Blew Off ADS-B? Now What?
Beginning next week, pilots will need ADS-B if they want to fly in certain U.S. airspace. In case you didn’t […]   Read this article
Last JetStar Retires
Retirement came this week for what is believed to be the last flying Lockheed JetStar. An unnamed Florida family, which […]   Read this article
Lockheed Beats F-35 Delivery Goals
Lockheed Martin delivered 47 percent more F-35 fighters this year than last, beating its goal for delivering 131 F-35 fighters […] Read this article

Sonerai Kit Aircraft Comes Home
Kitmaker Sonex Aircraft has reclaimed ownership of the Sonerai design. Penned by Sonex creator John Monnett in the early 1970s, […] Read this article

Podcast: Diamond Finds Demand For Remanufactured Airplanes
With sales of new airplanes holding their own, if at high prices, the used market is booming and Diamond Aircraft […] Read this article

Cheyenne Crash Kills Five, Injures Four (Corrected)
Five people were killed and four injured in the crash of a Cheyenne II in Lafayette, Louisiana, Saturday morning. The […] Read this article

Boeing's Christmas Gift
It's not just Boeing feeling the heat from the MAX fiasco. Smaller companies have been under the gun, too. Read this article

Poll: Are You Ready to Fly on a 737 MAX?
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General Aviation Accident Bulletin
AVweb’s General Aviation Accident Bulletin is taken from the pages of our sister publication, Aviation Safety magazine. All the reports […] Read this article