Volume 27, Number 2a, January 6, 2020
 
 
Bills Would Accelerate Electric Airliner Research
Bills have been introduced in the House and Senate that would authorize $850 million for NASA over the next five […]   Read this article
So Then the Decade Ended
The start of a new year ends an entire decade of aviation progress. Has it been eventful? Judge for yourself.   Read this article
ADS-B: Just One More Thing...
In our last AVweb episode, we made a hash of explaining how you actually can fly under Class C airspace […] Read this article




Airline Misses ADS-B Deadline
At least one airline has run afoul of the new ADS-B mandate and adjusted its aircraft deployment accordingly. BahamasAir wasn’t […] Read this article




Drone Investigation Intensifies
FAA officials will meet with local law enforcement reps from about a dozen counties in northeastern Colorado to discuss unexplained […] Read this article




Poll: What Do You Think of the Unexplained Drone Swarms?
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Wiring Issue Emerges On MAX
The detailed probe of the Boeing 737 MAX certification has uncovered a potential wiring problem that might require modifications to […] Read this article




Wheel Falls Off Dash-8
Passengers aboard an Air Canada Jazz flight from Montreal on Friday watched as one of the wheels fell off as […] Read this article




Fourteenth Air Force Redesignated Space Operations Command
The U.S. Air Force announced on Monday that the Fourteenth Air Force has officially been redesignated as Space Operations Command […] Read this article




New Board Members Join NTSB
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is starting the year by welcoming two new members, marking the first time the […] Read this article




Top Letters And Comments, January 3, 2020
This week's letters brought comments from readers about unexplained drone swarms in Colorado and the how ready people are to fly on the Boeing 737 MAX. Read this article