David Clark 'Fly a legend April 28 2022
Volume 29, Number 32c, August 10, 2022
Airbus Delivers First ACH160
This article was included in error in AVwebFlash’s July 4, 2023, issue. The intended article, “Airbus H160 Earns FAA Certification,” can be read at www.avweb.com/aviation-news/airbus-h160-earns-faa-certification. Airbus Helicopters announced on Tuesday that it has delivered its first ACH160 helicopter to an[…]   Read this article
Bristow Orders ALIA-250 eVTOLs
Bristow group has placed a firm order with electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) developer BETA Technologies for five ALIA-250 eVTOL aircraft. The order also includes options for 50 additional ALIA aircraft. BETA says the ALIA-250 design, which completed its[…]   Read this article
Elixir '4th generation Part 23 aircraft V3
Buying A Used Aircraft: Meyers 200
When it comes to piston singles, it’s not often that the words classic and speedster are used in the same sentence, but it’s true of the Meyers 200 series. A design dating back to 1953, the Meyers won speed records[…] Read this article

Garmin 'Webinar Creating... safety program
ATP, Wheels Up Form Hiring Partnership
ATP Flight School and private charter company Wheels Up have formed a partnership aimed at creating a streamlined hiring pathway for pilots. Via the partnership, eligible ATP flight instructors will be able interview with Wheels Up for first officer positions[…] Read this article

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Short Final: Soaring
My first piloting experience was as an Air Force Academy cadet, soaring at the Academy’s airfield (6576 feet MSL). This great summer program offered a checkout and 25 hours in Schweizer two‑ and single‑seat gliders. There were more winch tows[…] Read this article