Volume 27, Number 31c, July 31, 2020
Boeing To Cut Rates, End 747 Production
As part of an announcement addressing a $2.4 billion second-quarter (Q2) net loss, Boeing has confirmed that it plans to […]   Read this article
Which Came First, The Hangar Or The Airplane?
You can argue yourself stupid about the high wing vs. low wing. Today's blog will add absolutely nothing to the discussion. Because that's not what it's about.    Read this article
You Didn't Fly To OSH, But 1000 Virtual Pilots Did: SimVenture 2020
It had to happen and it did. Pilotedge, well known for its simulation of the national airspace with live air […] Read this article

Boom, Rolls-Royce Partner On Supersonic Overture
Boom Supersonic announced on Thursday that it has entered into an agreement with Rolls-Royce to explore using a Rolls-Royce propulsion […] Read this article

Airbus UAV Helo Completes First Free Flight
No longer constrained to tethered flight, Airbus’s VSR700 has completed its first free flight. According to the company, the VSR […] Read this article

Subjective Pilot Reports
Most everyone appreciates pilot reports. Two of the most important are turbulence and icing. But both require a degree of […] Read this article

EAA Seeking Turf Operations At Oshkosh
The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) and representatives from Oshkosh, Wisconsin’s Wittman Regional Airport (OSH) met with the FAA this week […] Read this article

Gulfstream G700 Test Program Advances
Gulfstream Aerospace announced on Tuesday that the G700 business jet is making progress on its flight test program, having now […] Read this article

EHang To Expand AAV Production Facility
Autonomous aerial vehicle (AAV) technology company EHang has announced plans to build a new production facility at its site in […] Read this article

Picture of the Week, July 30, 2020
Went out flying to meet some friends for breakfast. Woodstock is a 1972 Cessna 150L with a Texas Taildragger Conversion. Taken with a Canon EOS 5D MKIII at the Pennridge Airport in Perkasie, Pennsylvania. Photo by Edward Figuli. Read this article