Volume 27, Number 48a, November 23, 2020
European MAX Approval Pushed To January
The European Aviation Safety Agency has announced it will likely allow the Boeing 737 MAX’s return to service in January […]   Read this article
The China Chickens Come Home
Ten years ago, everyone had to have a China plan. Now, it's more like defensive crouch.   Read this article
Best of the Web: How to Land an Otter Really, Really Short
This week’s Best of the Web video comes from Eli van W and is a nicely shot piece on an airline Twin Otter being landed and taken off from a 1300-foot runway on the island of Saba. Nice study in energy managment. Read this article

Embraer Working On Electric Cropduster, Hybrid Military Transport
Embraer has partnered with the Brazilian arm of Portuguese energy company EDP to build a pure electric version of the […] Read this article

VerdeGo Aero, XTI Partner On Hybrid-Electric TriFan 200
VerdeGo Aero and XTI Aircraft Company have announced that they will work together on XTI’s autonomous hybrid-electric TriFan 200 vertical […] Read this article

Poll: Would You Fly a 737 MAX Now?
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

Mahindra Shutters GippsAero, Puts It Up For Sale
The Mahindra Group has stopped manufacturing the GippsAero GA8 and development of the GA10 Airvan utility aircraft but it has […] Read this article

Drone Operator Faces Federal Charges In Police Helicopter Collision
A 22-year-old drone operator who wanted to “see what was going on” could face a one-year jail term after his […] Read this article

Top Letters And Comments, November 20, 2020
This week's letters brought comments from readers about flying cars and BFRs, how pilots' brains work and holiday travel plans. Read this article