Bose 'Test of time
Volume 29, Number 39b, September 27, 2022
FAA Publishes Vertiport Design Standards
The FAA has released its initial design guidelines for vertiports aimed at supporting advanced air mobility (AAM) aircraft with vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) capabilities. The design standards are intended to “serve as the initial step to provide key information[…]   Read this article
Artemis I Launch Faces Further Delay
NASA has waved off its third attempt at launching the Artemis I uncrewed flight test of the Space Launch System (SLS) and the Orion spacecraft. Scheduled for Sept. 27, the launch was postponed due to weather conditions related to the[…]   Read this article
Shhhh – I’m Blending In
Walking the pits at Reno, you pass through a few rows of RV’s, Lancairs, and Glasairs, then a couple of aisles of T-6’s. Next, you come to the big guys—Sea Furies, big Grummans, a Corsair, and finally a couple of[…] Read this article

Airfleet Capital 'Aircraft Financing
Used Avionics: More Than A Viable Alternative
With 25 years in the business, and more than 9,200 pieces of used avionics in inventory, not much surprises Scott DeHart of Bennett Avionics. As the avionics industry rolls out the latest marvel, he knows at some point he’ll have[…] Read this article

Kitplanes 'Discover the exciting world
Gulfstream Delivers 500th G650-Family Aircraft
Gulfstream announced on Monday that it has delivered its 500th G650-family business jet since the G650 received its FAA type certificate in 2012. The aircraft was handed over to an undisclosed customer at the company’s completions facility in Appleton, Wisconsin.[…] Read this article

General Aviation Accident Bulletin, September 26, 2022
AVweb’s General Aviation Accident Bulletin is taken from the pages of our sister publication, Aviation Safety magazine. All the reports listed here are preliminary and include only initial factual findings about crashes. You can learn more about the final probable[…] Read this article