Volume 26, Number 46c, November 22, 2019
 
 
Dubai Airshow Sees $54.5 Billion In Aircraft Orders
The 2019 Dubai Airshow closed with signatures on $54.5 billion in aircraft orders, according to a show announcement on Thursday. […]   Read this article
Mooney’s Last Act?
Mooney shutters for the umpteenth time. Now what? No one knows, but one thing's for sure, the Chinese rose is wilting.    Read this article
Updated: Two Killed In Air Force Training Crash
Two U.S. Air Force airmen were killed in an accident that occurred during a routine training mission on Thursday morning. […] Read this article




Pole-To-Pole Venture Underway
Pilot and author Robert DeLaurentis departed from California’s Gillespie Field (SEE) last Saturday on a six-month venture to fly from […] Read this article




Aviation Organizations Oppose Foreign Maintenance Oversight Bill
The Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) and ten other aviation organizations have come out in opposition of a recently introduced […] Read this article




Fly The High Road Or The Low Road?
Flight planning invariably includes choosing an expected altitude for the trip and varying it as necessary for anticipated terrain encounters […] Read this article




FAA Seeks Comments On Las Vegas Metroplex Project
The FAA is asking for public comment on the Draft Environmental Assessment (Draft EA) for its Las Vegas Metroplex Project. […] Read this article




Picture of the Week, November 21, 2019
While attempting to get a photo of planet Mercury against the sun, this plane entered the photo. It’s probably well over 30,000 feet high. The photo is not photoshopped or modified in any way.Camera: 800mm Lens, f16, 1/2000, ASA 100. Taken at 9:44 EST. Copyrighted photo by John E Rees. Read this article