Volume 27, Number 25a, June 15, 2020
Flying To KOSH Anyway? Park On The Ramp And Stay At A Hotel
Increasing chatter on social media about an impromptu fly-in (described in some posts as a protest) at Wittman Field in […]   Read this article
Best of the Web: Spectacular Giant Scale Concorde Maiden Flight
Hardly a week passes when we don’t see another Giant Scale RC aircraft of some sort on its first flight. […]   Read this article
AirVenture Protest A Bad Idea At A Bad Time
Thinking of going to Oshkosh as an expression of your rights or whatever? Why not go to the beach instead? Read this article

Poll: Are You Doing Any Virtual Aviation Events?
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

Airline Incidents Spike Amid COVID Concerns
Rusty pilots, lighter-than-normal aircraft and new procedures have combined to create some anxious moments for passengers and crews as the […] Read this article

New Helicopter Safety Act Would Require TAWS, FDRs, CVRs
Senator Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., introduced a bill in the U.S. Senate on Thursday that would require all “U.S.-registered turbine-powered rotorcraft […] Read this article

Pilot Shortage Looming?
Although the coronavirus pandemic has created an instant surplus of pilots worldwide, it’s also created big gaps in the training […] Read this article

Portable Speaker May Have Sunk Amphib
There’s a multitude of good reasons pilots should do a thorough walkaround before every flight and the occupants of an […] Read this article

Navy Flight Training Commander Killed In Piper Lance Crash (Corrected)
The commander of the Navy’s biggest flight school and one of his officers were killed with the single-engine private plane […] Read this article

Weeklong Search Comes Up Empty For Plane Crash In Middle Of City
Canadian authorities are still looking for evidence of the apparent crash of a light plane in the middle of a […] Read this article

NASA Selects Kathy Lueders To Lead Human Spaceflight Office
NASA has announced the selection of Kathy Lueders as the agency’s next associate administrator of the Human Exploration and Operations […] Read this article

Top Letters And Comments, June 12, 2020
This week's letters brought comments from readers about the first type certificate for an electric aircraft, what flight schools are doing about COVID-19 and the necessity of mitigating COVID-19 risks while flying. Read this article