Volume 27, Number 31b, July 29, 2020
 
 
IATA: Recovery Slower Than Predicted
The International Air Transport Association’s latest forecast for global travel has slipped the “break even” point by a year, predicting […]   Read this article
EPA Proposes Emission Standards For Aircraft (Updated)
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed a rule last week that would set greenhouse gas (GHG) emission standards for some […]   Read this article
Outta Sight: Bell’s APT Achieves Milestone
The Wright Brothers had Kitty Hawk, supersonic flight had Muroc, and now Bell’s Autonomous Pod Transport (APT) has rural Oklahoma, […] Read this article




Failure To Mask Causes Delta Flight To Turn Back
A Delta flight from Detroit to Atlanta last week returned to its departure airport after two passengers refused to wear […] Read this article




AirVenture: A Year Ago, A Year From Now
I'm not gonna go all maudlin and join the pity party. Let's move smartly through the week and look ahead to 2021. And beyond. Read this article




Garmin Web-Based Utilities Down After Suspected Attack (Updated)
On Monday, July 27, 2020 Garmin officially announced it was the victim of a cyber attack that encrypted some of […] Read this article




Best of the Web: Imagine There's No Virus
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit aviation and especially the airline industry hard. The major layoffs appear to be yet ahead. […] Read this article




KITPLANES: Buying a Used Long-EZ
Over 40 years ago, Burt Rutan set the homebuilt airplane movement on its ear in 1976 with his unusual VariEze design. From its canard foreplane “tail” to its moldless fiberglass construction, the little Eze broke new ground in an age of staid tube-and-rag homebuilts. Read this article




Van's Aircraft Updates RV-14 Engine Options
Many homebuilt aircraft are rightly considered hot rods, with small airframes and big engines. While Van’s Aircraft, by far the […] 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




Short Final: Top Gun
A Tale of Two Airports: There seems to be a rivalry between San Diego International Airport (KSAN) and Detroit Metropolitan […] Read this article