Volume 27, Number 33a, August 10, 2020
 
 
Survey Says FAA Inspectors Feel Pressure To Accommodate Business
An independent survey of FAA safety division employees suggests they feel pressure to accommodate industry demands at the expense of […]   Read this article
Wind Check, Please
It's easier and less annoying to just note which way the spinner is pointing. Then use your feet to point it where it should go.   Read this article
AVweb's Virtual Tradeshow: Frasca International
No AirVenture this year, but AVweb is conducting a series of interviews with people and companies we would have talked […] Read this article




Blocked Middle Seats Might Be A Moneymaker
Business Insider has had an expert crunch the numbers and says airline passengers are willing to pay extra to ride […] Read this article




18 Dead In Air India Express Runway Overrun (Updated)
At least 18 people, including four children, were killed and 123 injured when a Boeing 737-800 operated by Air India […] Read this article




Atlas 747 Scrapes Three Engines In Gusty Landing
The line between a crash and a hard landing can be pretty thin and there’s an Atlas Air Boeing 747-400 […] Read this article




Poll: Have You Used a Simulator For Training Recently?
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




Emirates Offering Passengers COVID Insurance
Emirates is taking its A380s out of mothballs and is offering prospective passengers COVID-19 insurance to help fill them and […] Read this article




Cross-Border Wing Wag Brings Family Together
A little cross-border cooperation allowed a Seattle dad who’s been separated from his four-year-old son just across the border in […] Read this article




Top Letters And Comments, August 7, 2020
This week's letters brought comments from readers about flying antique aircraft, contributing factors in an accident and SpaceX's Dragon coming home. Read this article