Volume 27, Number 12a, March 16, 2020
EBACE and AEA Canceled (UPDATED)
The European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) has been cancelled for 2020 and exhibitors and attendees will be getting […]   Read this article
Can't Teach Airplanes A Thing
They know how to fly. Always have. Even a post-war Funk, designed by the Funk Brothers. (Really.)   Read this article
Best Of The Web: Beluga Crosswind Landing
Airbus has a fleet of highly modified A300s called Belugas that it uses to fly components from factory to factory for final assembly. In this week's scan of the web for interesting aviation videos, we found this one by mraviationguy who caught some great footage of a Beluga pilot expertly handling a crosswind Hawarden in the UK.  Read this article

Sun ‘n Fun Postponed Until May 5-10
Sun ‘n Fun has been postponed until May 5 to 10, 2020, on concerns over the spread of COVID-19. According […] Read this article

Poll: Can You Shift to the New Sun 'n Fun Date May 5-10?
Each week, we poll the savviest aviators on the World Wide Web (that's you) on a topic of interest to the flying community. Share your opinion by participating in our current poll. Read this article

United Bracing For Zero Demand For Flights
United Airlines has cut corporate officer salaries in half and is reducing its overall flight capacity by 50 percent for […] Read this article

American Slashes Service To Asia, Europe, South America
American Airlines has drastically cut international service by 75 percent immediately and will pare down domestic and short-haul international flights […] Read this article

Delta Cuts Capacity By 40 Percent
Delta has announced that it will be reducing capacity by 40 percent over the next few months and parking up […] Read this article

FAA Modernizes Guidance On Flight Expense Sharing
The FAA has updated guidance on expense sharing for private flights with an advisory circular that adds modern context to […] Read this article

Boeing To Rewire All MAXes
The Seattle Times is reporting that Boeing will rewire the stabilator control systems and avionics bays of all 800 Boeing […] Read this article

FAA Mulls Cargo Door AD For Cessna 206s
The FAA is asking for input from pilots and operators of Cessna 206s as it mulls following Canada’s lead in […] Read this article

Top Letters And Comments, March 13, 2020
This week's letters brought comments from readers about the COVID-19 outbreak, plans to attend aviation events, and the Boeing 737 MAX. Read this article

The Pilot’s Lounge #151: Public Benefit Flying Safety
The runway lights were just coming on when I met Kary and Karver in the pilot’s lounge at the virtual […] Read this article