Volume 26, Number 50b, December 18, 2019
Boeing Suspends 737 MAX Production
Boeing will “temporarily suspend production” of the 737 MAX in January as recertification issues drag on. Around 400 of the […]   Read this article
Bill Harrelson Breaks Conrad’s Round-the-World Record
Almost 60 years after Max Conrad’s set a westbound around-the-world record, Bill Harrelson and his Lancair IV have broken it […]   Read this article
Stall Warning And Stick Shaker Active In SD PC-12 Crash
The stall warning and stick shaker were active almost immediately after liftoff in the Pilatus PC-12 that crashed soon after […] Read this article

Market Study: 400,000 Air Taxis by 2040
In just two decades, there could be some 430,000 air taxis operating worldwide, according to industry analyst Frost & Sullivan. […] Read this article

Embraer Flies First E175-E2
Embraer successfully completed the first flight of its E175-E2 passenger jet last week, beginning a flight test campaign that is […] Read this article

AVweb Flight Trial: Cirrus TRAC Trainer
Cirrus has had great success in retail high performance aircraft market, but now it hopes to break into the training segment with a new airplane called the TRAC. AVweb's Paul Bertorelli recently flew with Ivy Mciver from Cirrus to wring the airplane out. Read this article

Aspen Evolution MAX Receives EASA Approval
Aspen Avionics has received European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approval to sell its Evolution MAX series of primary flight […] Read this article

Well It Finally Happened Zachary. I Landed Gear Up*
I’m sure I flipped the switch to down. I mean, I remember doing it. I never forget. 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