Volume 27, Number 12b, March 18, 2020
Trade Group Asks For More Than $50 Billion In Airline Aid
Airlines For America, a trade group representing U.S. airlines, has asked the government for more than $50 billion in direct […]   Read this article
GA Groups Ask For Relief, Stand Ready To Offer Assistance
A day after an air-carrier organization asked for a $50 billion package of financial support—grants and guaranteed loans—groups supporting general […]   Read this article
Aero Cancels 2020 Show; Reschedules for 2021
With concerns mounting about the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Messe Friedrichshafen says the 2020 show has been canceled in […] Read this article

AirVenture Still A Go
Large-scale events have been canceled or postponed around the world, EAA is still preparing for AirVenture to go ahead as […] Read this article

No San Marcos: AOPA Postpones May Fly-In
With AOPA calling off its San Marcos, Texas, fly-in scheduled for the end of May, another aviation event is being […] Read this article

More COVID-19: Midway Tower Closed for Decontamination (UPDATED)
Chicago’s Midway tower was closed this afternoon after three “technicians” tested positive for the novel coronavirus. “The air traffic control […] Read this article

European Airlines Reeling From COVID-19
Europe’s airlines are being radically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, with Flybe already shuttering, and now SAS says that it […] Read this article

Frecce Tricolori: “Everything Will Be Fine”
Italy’s demonstration team, Frecce Tricolori, flew a special version of its signature flag-themed routine last week in support of the […] Read this article

Podcast: Cancer Survivor Flight Camp
For the past six years, Montana-based Summit Aviation and Eagle Mount Bozeman have run a flight camp for young adult […] Read this article

Sporty's New Handheld Radio Field Report
Sporty's has a new handheld radio out called the PJ2. Aviation Consumer editor Larry Anglisano has been putting the PJ2 through its paces and prepared this field report. Read this article

Air Force Purchases Beechcraft Wolverines
Textron Aviation’s defense arm will be supplying the U.S. Air Force with two Beechcraft AT-6 Wolverine turboprops, the company announced […] 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