Volume 27, Number 19a May 4, 2020
Vienna Offering Airport COVID-19 Testing To Passengers
Vienna Airport in Austria is offering COVID-19 tests to passengers to allow them to skip quarantines, assuming they test negative […]   Read this article
EAA's Tough (Right) Call
Two months ago, canceling AirVenture seemed unthinkable. But now it's done and painful as it is, it's the right decision.    Read this article
Blue Angels Atlanta Flyby
You no doubt saw last week's rare combined Blue Angels and Thunderbird flyby of several U.S. cities to honor health care workers toiling against COVID-19. But you certainly didn't see it like this. In spectacular cockpit footage, see what the pilots see when flying a tight formation flyby.  Read this article

Poll: Was It Right To Cancel AirVenture?
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

Court Forces Enforcement Of National Park Air Tour Rules
It’s been 20 years since the Air Tour Management Act of 2000, governing the nature and frequency of commercial sightseeing […] Read this article

Aerion Picks Florida For Manufacturing Plant
Aerion Supersonic has picked Melbourne, Florida, as the site for its manufacturing plant and ancillary industries for the production of […] Read this article

Officer Killed In Houston Police Helicopter Crash
A Houston Police tactical flight officer is dead and his pilot in critical condition in a hospital after their helicopter […] Read this article

Rolls-Royce Looks At 8,000 Layoffs
It rolls downhill and engine maker Rolls-Royce has announced it plans to lay off 8,000 of its 52,000 workers worldwide, […] Read this article

Spirit AeroSystems Announces Layoffs
Aerostructures manufacturer Spirit AeroSystems announced on Friday that it will lay off approximately 1,450 employees at its headquarters in Wichita, […] Read this article

Top Letters And Comments, May 1, 2020
This week's letters brought comments from readers about flying during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and Cirrus' new real-time data monitoring system. Read this article