Volume 26, Number 50a, December 16, 2019
 
 
FAA Loses Air Traffic Routing Suit
The FAA has been handed a court ruling that could affect the way it routes air traffic over populated areas […]   Read this article
Well It Finally Happened Zachary. I Landed Gear Up*
I’m sure I flipped the switch to down. I mean, I remember doing it. I never forget.   Read this article
AVweb Flight Trial: Cirrus TRAC Trainer
Cirrus has had great success in retail high performance aircraft market, but now it hopes to break into the training segment with a new airplane called the TRAC. AVweb's Paul Bertorelli recently flew with Ivy Mciver from Cirrus to wring the airplane out. Read this article




FAA Adding 'Safety Division'
The FAA says it’s establishing a new “safety division” but says it has nothing to do with the Boeing 737 […] Read this article




China Pilot Jobs Dry Up Because Of MAX Grounding
The grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX has turned a pilot shortage in China into a pilot surplus for those […] Read this article




Qantas Selects A350 For Project Sunrise
Qantas has selected the Airbus A350-1000 for its Project Sunrise program, which aims to open regular, nonstop commercial routes from […] Read this article




Aerocar To Be Auctioned
Although it seems like every second story in aviation publications is about some variant of a flying car there is […] Read this article




Poll: Do You Think an Electric-Powered Beaver Can Succeed?
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




Top Letters And Comments, December 13, 2019
This week's letters brought comments from readers about using old aircraft to train mechanics, the first flight of an all-electric Beaver and obtaining aircraft insurance. Read this article