Volume 28, Number 12b, March 17, 2021
Bonanza Crash in Florida Caught on Ring Camera (Updated)
Three are dead in the crash of a Beech A36 Bonanza in Florida today, and the driver of an SUV […]   Read this article
WAI Wraps Up First Virtual Conference
Women in Aviation International (WAI) concluded its first virtual conference last week, hosting more than 2,300 attendees from around the […]   Read this article
FAA Announces New Effective Dates For Drone Rules
The FAA has announced that the final rules covering remote identification of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS/drones) and drone operations over […] Read this article

Alphabets Oppose Proposed NYC Helipad Changes
Two bills being considered by New York City government would seriously crimp helicopter operations at city-owned helipads, a group of […] Read this article

KITPLANES Launches "Metal Magic" Video Series
Experienced aircraft builders know that completing a homebuilt is all about a multitude of small steps eventually resulting in a […] Read this article

Short Final: The Big One
This happened a few years ago, in the pre‑pandemic world. I was chugging along in my Piper Dakota from North […] Read this article

General Aviation Accident Bulletin
AVweb’s General Aviation Accident Bulletin is taken from the pages of our sister publication, Aviation Safety magazine. All the reports […] Read this article

Best Of The Web: The Golden Hour On The Continental Divide
In December 2020, we profiled photographer Steve Zimmermann, who specializes in aerial imagery in and around the mountain west. In […] Read this article

Guest Blog: Why Helicopters Get Away With Running Scud
Scud run is a loaded term, but that's what helicopters do routinely because they can. Today's blog explains why. And why it's not risk free. Read this article