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Volume 29, Number 29a, July 18, 2022
American Seals eVTOL Deal
Plenty of airlines have made announcements about getting involved in the urban mobility market, but industry newsletter TransportUp says American is the first to actually put some skin in the game. Last year, American said it would buy up to[…]   Read this article
Welcome To The Age Of Stupid
As a journalistic enterprise, video interviews like the one I did with Bruce Landsberg last week on the Dale Snodgrass crash have one glaring fault that reminds me of eating green bananas. You usually have to publish them before they’ve[…]   Read this article
Aircraft Spruce 'Everything for Planes & Pilots'
Joe Costanza's Cool Cub Videos
J-3 owner Joe Costanza has tons of fun with his Cub, as this AVweb video short he contributed clearly shows. His is a 1941 J-3 with an A65 engine. “I bought it from a Southwest Mechanic out of Mallards Landing[…] Read this article

Lightspeed 'Dreams ebook
Frasca 'Affordable pricing for standard models
Student Pilot Charged With DWI After Interstate Landing
It was not the normal alcohol-related highway crash near Kansas City on Friday night, but the results for the student pilot of a Piper Cherokee could be the same. John T. Seesing, 35, was arrested after a short stay in[…] Read this article

Kitplanes 'Take to the air
New Mexico Helicopter Crash Kills Four Sheriff, Fire Officials
Three men from the local sheriff’s office and a town fire official were killed in the crash of a Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office Bell UH-1H Huey helicopter near Las Vegas, New Mexico, on July 16. Killed were Undersheriff Larry Koren,[…] Read this article

Gulfstream G800 Logs First International Flight
Gulfstream’s new G800 long-range business jet has completed its international flight, making the trip from Savannah, Georgia, to Farnborough, England, for the Farnborough International Airshow. As previously reported by AVweb, the G800 flew for the first time on June 28.[…] Read this article

U.K. Pilots Create Flight Tracking Masterpiece Fit For A Queen
A group of U.K. pilots has thrown down the gauntlet for would-be aerial flight tracking app artists with a next-level effort that pays homage to their long-serving Queen. Rather than a one-dimensional outline of a shape that resembles a person,[…] Read this article

Top Letters And Comments, July 15, 2022
Air Force Looking At Semi-Autonomous Hercs Early elevators in buildings required elevator operators using multiple levers to ‘drive’ the elevator car to the correct floor, match the floor height, and open doors in the right sequence. Later, pushbutton elevators were[…] Read this article