Volume 27, Number 53b, December 30, 2020
Boeing 737 MAX Resumes U.S. Service, Gets New Orders
American Airlines completed the first U.S. revenue flight of a Boeing 737 MAX in almost two years. Flight 718 departed […]   Read this article
China Adds More Than 50 GA Airports In 2020
The number of certified general aviation airports in China has grown from 246 at the end of 2019 to 299 […]   Read this article
FAA Announces New Drone Regs
Unmanned aerial vehicles operating in FAA airspace will soon be required to have Remote ID identification capabilities. Initially proposed one […] Read this article

How To Buy a Used RANS S-7
Looking for a plane to give you backcountry access with Super Cub performance that you can fly as a Sport Pilot? Or are you just looking for a tandem two-seater that is fun to fly and easy on the budget? If so, the RANS S-7 series is worth a hard look. Read this article

Second Look: Cirrus TRAC Trainer
Cirrus is not known for being a major player in training, but a year ago, it announced the new TRAC […] Read this article

My Seatbelt Phobia
I don't always forget to fit the seatbelt correctly, but when I do, I make sure it's on YouTube. Read this article

Stand Down: That Space Force Uniform Isn't Real
Social media, hanging out in that slack period between Christmas and New Year’s with nothing better to do, has decided […] Read this article

Poll: Which Describes Your Impression of the 2020 Flying Year?
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

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: Potholes
Years ago when it was one of those typical Midwest spring days where the turbulence was ferocious down low, but […] Read this article