Volume 27, Number 39b, September 23, 2020
Airbus Launches Hydrogen-Powered ZEROe Initiative
Airbus rolled back the curtain on its three-ship ZEROe program, intended to bring “zero emissions” aircraft to service in just […]   Read this article
Daher Rolls Out 1000th TBM
France-based aircraft manufacturer Daher rolled out the 1,000th TBM single-engine turboprop at its final assembly line in Tarbes on Monday. […]   Read this article
Expectations: Always Too High
We all live in an imaginary world where we hope the next new airplane will actually unleash new rules of physics and aerodynamics.  Read this article

Flight Trial: Pipistrel's Sleek Panthera
The innovative Slovenian company Pipistrel is still toiling away on the sleek and sexy Panthera single-engine retractable. In this in-depth […] Read this article

uAvionix AV-30-C EFIS Approved
Available for experimental and light sport applications previously, the all-in-one uAvionix AV-30 has been FAA approved as a primary instrument […] Read this article

Senate Proposes Additional Airline Aid
With the CARES Act due to expire at the end of this month, airlines are preparing to reduce staffing levels […] Read this article

KITPLANES Guide: Buying a Van's RV-7
Buying a used homebuilt, even one as popular as the Van's RV-7, requires research and specialized knowledge. Dave Prizio explores what you need to know about this RV. Read this article

EAA Introduces Aviation Workshops For Youth
The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) has launched a new program designed to provide an opportunity for young people to learn […] Read this article

Short Final: Fix Sequence
I love the KOHOE arrival into Denver. In fact, I even took a photo of our FMS showing my favorite […] Read this article

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