Volume 27, Number 21a, May 18, 2020
SkyCourier Flies
Textron flew its new Cessna SkyCourier utility twin turboprop for the first time on Sunday and all went well according […]   Read this article
No AirVenture. But What About Smaller Events?
We're starting to come out of the dark and while big events may be too risky, what about smaller, all-outdoor airshows?   Read this article
Emergency Landings: Beach Or Breakers?
Beaches and airplanes go together like a salad and a toss, especially for emergency landings. But there have been fatalities […] Read this article

Poll: Would You Attend A Small Airshow?
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

One Dead, One Injured In RCAF Snowbirds Crash (Updated, Corrected)
Capt. Jennifer Casey, the public affairs officer for the Royal Canadian Air Force Snowbirds has been identified as the crew […] Read this article

Pelton: 2021 AirVenture May Turn On Covid-19 Vaccine
Although EAA expects to be well positioned to carry on with AirVenture in 2021, association chairman Jack Pelton says a […] Read this article

Thunderbirds Momentarily Shaky Over L.A.
An uncharacteristic bobble in the Thunderbirds’ tribute flight over the Los Angeles area on Friday has lit up the forums […] Read this article

Drone's Blue Angels Close-Up Slammed
The FAA is investigating after drone video of a close encounter with the Blue Angels appeared online earlier this week. […] Read this article

F-22 Crashes In Florida
An F-22 Raptor crashed near Florida’s Eglin Air Force Base at approximately 9:15 a.m. local time on Friday. According to […] Read this article

Regional Airliners Fill In On American Routes
American Airlines is using regional jets owned by its subsidiary Envoy Air to fill in for bigger, thirstier aircraft on […] Read this article

Top Letters And Comments, May 15, 2020
This week's letters brought comments from readers about the passing of Rudy Frasca, Delta retiring its 777s and unidentified flying objects. Read this article