Volume 27, Number 40c, October 2, 2020
FAA Administrator Flies Boeing 737 MAX
FAA Administrator Steve Dickson piloted a Boeing 737 MAX on a two-hour flight out of Seattle, Washington, on Wednesday. Prior […]   Read this article
All Crew Safe After F-35 Collides With KC-130J (Updated Audio/Video)
The U.S. Marine KC-130J that crashed after an inflight fueling collision on Tuesday lost both right engines and may have […]   Read this article
Garmin's New D2 Air Pilot's Smartwatch
Garmin’s D2 aviator watch line has matured since the earliest models and the latest is the D2 Air. The new […] Read this article

Building Unusual
“Unusual” is a subjective,‭ ‬time-sensitive evaluation inspired by something that is rare or exceptional‭, ‬something not common or usual‭. ‬This […] Read this article

Tamarack Expands Operations
Tamarack Aerospace Group announced on Wednesday that it has tripled existing office space and acquired a new hangar at its […] Read this article

Bell APT 70 Completes NASA SIO Demonstration
Bell Textron’s Autonomous Pod Transport (APT) 70 unmanned aircraft system (UAS/drone) successfully completed a demonstration flight on Monday as part […] Read this article

Tampa Airport Offers COVID-19 Testing
Beginning in October, Tampa International Airport will be the first in the U.S. to offer walk-up COVID-19 testing, airport officials […] Read this article

Boeing To Consolidate 787 Production In South Carolina
Boeing announced plans on Thursday to consolidate production of the 787 jet at its facility in North Charleston, South Carolina, […] Read this article

ATP Begins Construction On Arlington Training Center
ATP Flight School has started construction on a new training center at its Arlington Municipal Airport (KGKY) location in Arlington, […] Read this article

Picture of the Week, October 1, 2020
Photo taken with a Canon PowerShot while flying with my knees. Photo by Phil Brown. Read this article