Volume 26, Number 51c, December 27, 2019
MAX May Be Grounded, But Boeing Selling Its Safety
With hundreds of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft parked and the production pipeline shut down, Boeing is busy trying to sell […]   Read this article
FAA Proposes Rule To Require Remote Identification Of Drones
The FAA issued a proposal on Thursday for a rule that would require unmanned aircraft systems (UAS/drones) to be identifiable […]   Read this article
So You Blew Off ADS-B? Now What?
Beginning next week, pilots will need ADS-B if they want to fly in certain U.S. airspace. In case you didn’t […] Read this article

Gulfstream Delivers 600th G550
Gulfstream announced the delivery of its 600th Gulfstream G550 business jet on Monday, celebrating the milestone at the company’s completions […] Read this article

Boeing's Christmas Gift
It's not just Boeing feeling the heat from the MAX fiasco. Smaller companies have been under the gun, too. Read this article

When It’s Time To Throw That Landing Away
I’m not proud. I’ve done a lot of go-arounds in my career, and I’ll do one on my next flight […] Read this article

Irkut Adds Fourth MC-21-300 To Test Program
Russian aircraft manufacturer and United Aircraft Corporation branch Irkut continued the flight test campaign for its MC-21-300 airliner with the […] Read this article

Picture of the Week, December 26, 2019
Paul Poberenzy checking out Chuck Yeager in Paul's P-51 at Oshkosh circa 1998. Yeager was flying an early morning flight when I caught this scene. Memorably, during the check out, a warbird parking women yelled at Paul whose car was parked in front of the aircraft "Move this car NOW!" Paul was overly polite in his response. The EAA is not the same without him. Copyrighted photo by Brent Blue. Read this article

Submit Your Photo To Our Picture Of The Week Contest
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