Volume 27, Number 51c, December 18, 2020
Aero Friedrichshafen Will Go Forward
As some show venues are canceling or postponing events, Aero Friedrichshafen announced this week that it will go forward with […]   Read this article
Kansas To Establish Supersonic Transportation Corridor
The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) and the FAA have finalized an agreement to establish a supersonic transportation corridor (SSTC) […]   Read this article
Leora's Letters
A batch of World War II letters offers a glimpse of the high personal cost of flying bombers and fighters in their intended use. Read this article

Bell APT Passes Payload Milestone
Bell Textron has announced that its Autonomous Pod Transport (APT) flew successfully with a payload of 110 pounds, completing an […] Read this article

First EASA-Certified G600 Delivered
Gulfstream announced the delivery of its first European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certified G600 business jet on Wednesday. According […] Read this article

Unwanted Flight Test: The FAA’s 709 Ride
Correspondence from the FAA is enough to elevate a pilot’s heart rate well into triple digits. A letter from the […] Read this article

Ilyushin IL-114-300 Completes First Flight
Russia-based United Aircraft Corporation subsidiary Ilyushin flew its IL-114-300 twin-engine regional turboprop for the first time on Wednesday. According to […] Read this article

FAA Publishes AD On Superior Crankshafts (Updated)
Some 257 four-cylinder Superior and Lycoming engines are now subject to a new airworthiness directive requiring crankshaft replacement within 25 […] Read this article

Avionics Satisfaction Survey
Aviation Consumer magazine is running a market survey on avionics upgrades. If you’ve had major avionics work done within the […] Read this article

Picture of the Week, December 17, 2020
Photo taken by Terry's father at the Madras airport, Central Oregon, 1960. Submitted by Phil Brown. Read this article