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Volume 30, Number 15c, April 12, 2023
FAA Program Enables Using Some Off-The-Shelf Parts In Certificated Aircraft
Last week, EAA announced the unveiling of the FAA’s Vintage Aircraft Replacement and Modification Article (Varma) program. EAA has advocated many years for the initiative, which enables certain type-certificated aircraft to use a number of non-flight-critical, off-the-shelf parts without need[…]   Read this article
More Chinese Airlines Resume Flying Boeing 737 Max
Boeing has announced that as of April 10, eleven Chinese airlines resumed operating Boeing 737 Max airliners. That increases the number of Max aircraft returning to commercial service with Chinese airlines to 43, roughly 45 percent of the available fleet[…]   Read this article
Bose 'A30 Quiet the noise
Colorado Airport Hopes To Retain Remote Tower Capabilities
According to a story published today by Aviation International News, the Colorado Department of Transportation wants to keep the remote-control tower at Loveland’s Northern Colorado Regional Airport (KFNL) open. The agency is hoping the FAA can find a way to[…] Read this article

Garmin 'Database update
FAA Issues Notice Warning Pilots Not To Silence TAWS Alerts
Late last month, the FAA released an Information for Operators (InFO) notice warning against the dangers of pilots inhibiting terrain avoidance and warning systems (TAWS) aural alerts. According to the notice, “Alerts from TAWS can become a nuisance or a[…] Read this article

AEA 'Free Pilot's guide
Chinese Twin-Engine Helicopter Completes First Test Flight
The Aviation Industry Corporation of China (Avic) announced last week it had completed the first test flight of its indigenous multirole AC332 helicopter. The flight occurred at Tainjin in North China. The twin-engine, four-blade, fenestron-equipped rotorcraft is said to be[…] Read this article

Aviation Safety 'The active pilot's guide'
Short Final: On Final
One of the joys of being based at an airport with a very active flight school (Orange County, Montgomery, New York) is the entertainment value of some of the radio transmissions. Witness: Slightly bored instructor voice: “168 Lima Alpha, 45‑mile[…] Read this article