Volume 26, Number 30b
July 31, 2019
Electrolite Electric Ultralight To Offer Remote Piloting
Aeromarine’s Electrolite Part 103-compliant ultralight combines electric propulsion and full fly-by-wire to provide a remote piloting capability intended to make […]   Read this article
Dana Schulze Named NTSB Safety Director
Formerly the Deputy Director of the Office of Aviation Safety and the acting director, Dana Schulze has officially been named […]   Read this article
AirVenture Attendance Up
The 50th anniversary of the show they call AirVenture held in Oshkosh closed out last week and the EAA has […]   Read this article
Oshkosh Winners Announced, Paul Dye’s SubSonex Awarded
The EAA’s list of show winners is almost as long as the show and just as varied. More than 70 […] Read this article

OSHBlog: A Subdued AirVenture
AirVenture is always fun, but this year's show lacked the snap and crackle of past years. Read this article

GA At Risk For Hacking
The Department of Homeland Security is said to be preparing a “security alert” insisting that small-aircraft systems could be hacked […] Read this article

Losing Orientation
Becoming disoriented in flight is one of the most terrifying experiences pilots can have. In extreme cases, it leads to […] Read this article

General Aviation Accident Bulletin
AVweb’s General Aviation Accident Bulletin is taken from the pages of our sister publication,Aviation Safety magazine. All the reports listed […] Read this article

Podcast: Infinite Flight Simulator App
Infinite Flight is a mobile flight simulation and air traffic control app available for Android and iOS devices. In this […] Read this article

Flying With The Phillips 66 Aerostars
AVweb’s Kate O’Connor and Paul Bertorelli caught a ride with the Phillips 66 Aerostars at AirVenture 2019. The four-ship precision […] Read this article

DeltaHawk Jet Fueled Piston Engine Update
DeltaHawk Engines is hardly a newcomer to AirVenture. It’s been showing the progression of its Jet-A 4-cylinder engine for a […] Read this article