Volume 26, Number 25c
June 28, 2019
FAA Finds Further MAX Risk (Updated)
The FAA has recently discovered another potential risk on the grounded 737 MAX that it is requiring Boeing to mitigate […]   Read this article
What's To Be Done About Skydiving Crashes?
Despite a horrific crash in Hawaii last week, skydiving aircraft have a good safety record. Why can't it be better?   Read this article
NASA Conducts RJ Crashworthiness Test
NASA and the FAA dropped a 33,000-pound Fokker F28 regional jet from more than 150 feet in the air as […]   Read this article
Building A Dream (Plane)
From constructing play forts to rigging her little red wagon up to a self-propelled lawn mower for a wild ride […] Read this article

FAA Reviewing DPE Regulations
The FAA has given the Aviation Rulemaking Advisory Committee (ARAC) the task of reviewing all policies and regulations related to […] Read this article

Garmin's New Turbine Engine Monitoring For G500/G600
Owners of Cessna 208s, TBM 700/850s and Piper Malibu JetPROP conversions can now get Garmin’s integrated Engine Indication System monitoring […] Read this article

Kitty Hawk, Boeing Partner On Urban Air Mobility
Boeing and Kitty Hawk Corporation will be working together on “future efforts to advance safe urban air mobility,” the companies […] Read this article

DJI Introduces High-Security Drone Solution
Drone manufacturer DJI introduced a data solution for its unmanned aircraft systems (UAS/drones) designed for use by government agencies in […] Read this article

Picture of the Week, June 27, 2019
My 4 year old has been flying with me since he was 11 months old. He's as comfortable in and around airplanes as he is anywhere. He was taking a nap in the back seat during my IFR checkride. Photo by Robert Murray. Read this article