Volume 26, Number 35a
September 2, 2019
Aviation Flees Dorian
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach has moved all its aircraft out of the potential path of Hurricane Dorian and […]   Read this article
If You See Me Propping, Go Away! (Unless You Wanna Pull A Few)
Propping requires no audience, especially when the propee refuses to start.    Read this article
uAvionix skyBeacon: ADS-B In An Hour?
By Larry Anglisano
The uAvionix skyBeacon ADS-B Out device may be the easiest way to comply with the 2020 ADS-B mandate. In this previously published video, Aviation Consumer Editor Larry Anglisano reports on the details of the installation.   Read this article
Flamethrower Drone? The FAA Is Not Amused
For that hard-to-shop-for pyromaniac, ready for Christmas will be the TF-19 WASP Flamethrower drone attachment from a company called, what […] Read this article

MAX Certification Panel Takes More Time On Recommendations
The FAA says it will take at least a few more weeks for the panel reviewing the recertification of the […] Read this article

Pilot May Have Tried Bringing Booze To Cockpit
A Delta pilot who may have intended to take a bottle of vodka with him on a flight he was […] Read this article

New Student Lands 152 After Instructor Blacks Out (Updated)
A student pilot on his first lesson in a Cessna 152 got some accelerated training in Australia on Saturday when […] Read this article

BVLOS Prescription Flight In Canada
Canada conducted its first commercial trial of a beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drone operation earlier this month by […] Read this article

Top Letters And Comments, August 30, 2019
This week's letters brought comments from readers about loss of control accidents, the small world that is aviation, the impact of supersonic aircraft on the environment, and stall training. Read this article

Industry Round-up, August 30, 2019
AVweb’s weekly news roundup uncovered reports on the launch of an aviation weather API website, the award of a standards […] Read this article