AVweb 'Classifieds Trade Up v4
Volume 29, Number 38e, September 23, 2022
Boeing, Red 6 Partner On Augmented Reality For Fighter Pilot Training
Boeing has partnered with Red 6 to develop augmented reality (AR) technology for aerial dogfighting and training in advanced tactical aircraft. The collaboration agreement includes integrating Red 6’s Advanced Tactical Augmented Reality System (ATARS) and Augmented Reality Command and Analytic[…]   Read this article
KittyHawk Corporation To End Operations
Urban air mobility (UAM) company KittyHawk Corporation announced on Wednesday that it will be closing its doors. Founded in 2010 by Sebastian Thrun, the company was backed by Google co-founder Larry Page. KittyHawk’s designs include the Flyer ultralight, Cora autonomous[…]   Read this article
Gogoair 'AVANCE's inspired engineering
De-icing Mods: Increasing Utility
Utility. It’s all about utility.  That’s why we buy any airplane when we don’t do it purely for fun. We want to go places, we want to go fast and we want to go when we want to go.  We[…] Read this article

Mesa Orders Pipistrel Trainers For Pilot Development Program
Mesa Airlines has placed a firm order for 29 Pipistrel Alpha Trainer 2 aircraft with options to buy an additional 75 aircraft over the next year. The trainers will be used to launch the Mesa Pilot Development Program (MPD), a[…] Read this article

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Bombardier Announces Challenger 3500 Entry-Into-Service
Bombardier’s Challenger 3500 business jet has officially entered service, the company announced on Tuesday. The launch customer for the aircraft is Entertainment Technology Partners Chairman and CEO Les Goldberg. As previously reported by AVweb, the Challenger 3500 was introduced in[…] Read this article

Poll: Was The FAA Right To Render Harsh Penalties For Flight Disruptors?
This week, the FAA announced harsh penalties for people disrupting commercial flights with their oh-so-important bad behavior. This week’s poll asks if you think the agency got the penalties right. Read this article