Volume 27, Number 38c, September 18, 2020
Air Force Flying New Fighter Prototype
The U.S. Air Force is testing a new fighter jet prototype designed and built under its Next Generation Air Dominance […]   Read this article
House Committee Faults Boeing, FAA For MAX Crashes
The fatal crashes of two Boeing 737 MAX aircraft were the result of “repeated and serious failures” by Boeing and […]   Read this article
Will Parachutes Ever Be Other Than A Cirrus Thing?
Pipistrel is offering a whole airframe parachute for its new Panthera. We may see if it's as good a sales cudgel as it has been for Cirrus.  Read this article

Seattle Avionics Bought By AFV Partners Group
Seattle Avionics, a player in the aviation data and apps market with the FlyQ EFB app, has been bought by […] Read this article

Volocopter Begins Air Taxi Ticket Sales
Urban air mobility (UAM) company Volocopter announced on Wednesday that it is now selling tickets for piloted air taxi flights […] Read this article

Cockpit Smoke
Editor’s note: Following is a first-person account of an in-flight emergency, namely smoke in the cockpit, aboard a civilian Beechcraft […] Read this article

Universal Avionics Opens Online Academy
Universal Avionics (UA) has launched a new online learning center designed to provide on-demand course access for its customers and […] Read this article

Picture of the Week, September 17, 2020
I was visiting a friend in Mexico at his lovely house in Valle de Bravo and as he and I are both pilots we had an interest in going to the Paragliding (Parapente in Spanish) World Cup Superfinals on January 12-23, 2016. We were perched on the top of the hill where the contestants ran a short distance and took off—they then proceeded to climb up to about 12,000 MSL and went approximately 60 miles away. I took this with my Canon 70D and 100-400 lens. Copyrighted photo by Rob Huntington. Read this article

Poll: Would You Want A Full Airframe Parachute?
Each week, we poll the savviest aviators on the World Wide Web (that's you) on a topic of interest to the flying community. Share your opinion by participating in our current poll. Read this article