Volume 28, Number 7c, February 12, 2021
Bombardier To Close Down Learjet Production
Bombardier has announced that it intends to end Learjet production in the fourth quarter of 2021 in order to focus […]   Read this article
Interplanetary Egos Getting In The Way?
Musk and the FAA should declare a truce and get back to the remarkable work at hand.   Read this article
Sriwijaya Air Prelim Highlights Thrust Imbalance
Sriwijaya Air Flight 182 experienced a thrust imbalance prior to going down in the Java Sea on Jan. 9, 2021, […] Read this article

Joby Picks Garmin G3000 For eVTOL
Urban air mobility (UAM) company Joby Aviation announced on Wednesday that it will be outfitting its all-electric vertical takeoff and […] Read this article

How A Split Second Wrong Decision Caused the Kobe Bryant Fatal Crash
The NTSB recently announced the probable cause of the Kobe Bryant fatal helicopter crash was the pilot’s flawed decision to […] Read this article

FSANA Reschedules Annual Conference
Joining the growing list of aviation events delayed or canceled this year, the Flight School Association of North America (FSANA) […] Read this article

COVID-19 Lessons
The first thing that happened was a sudden shift in “safety” concerns over to handling COVID-19. Should I go fly? […] Read this article

United, Archer Partner On Short-Haul Electric Aircraft
United Airlines announced on Wednesday that it will be working with urban air mobility (UAM) startup Archer to develop Archer’s […] Read this article

Powering a Mystery
What single-engine airplane, almost as big as a de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver, designed by Al Mooney, certified by Lockheed, built […] Read this article

Picture of the Week, February 11, 2021
Sun up on southern Lake Rosseau in Muskoka. Shot RAW on a Nikon Z6 with 35mm F1.8 S lens. Sweetened up with DxO PhotoLab. Photo by Alan Plaunt. Read this article