Volume 27, Number 49b, December 2, 2020
Bearhawk 5: Big, Brawny Homebuilt Hauler
If you look at the total number of homebuilt aircraft designs listed in the KITPLANES® online directory, you’ll find a […]   Read this article
Virgin Galactic Announces New Flight Window
Reemerging from a state-mandated shutdown, New Mexico-based Virgin Galactic announced that its next flight window will open on Dec. 11. […]   Read this article
Embry-Riddle Added 17 Aircraft To Fleet in 2020, More Planned for ’21
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University continues to grow and with it comes demand for new aircraft for training. According to the school, […] Read this article

Bell Opens Commercial Business Center
Bell Textron officially opened the doors to its new Bell Commercial Business Center (CBC) in Fort Worth, Texas, on Tuesday. […] Read this article

AOPA, EAA Step In To Protect Warbird Training
Appreciating that an adverse ruling by a federal judge could provide an inaccurate picture of the role of compensation in […] Read this article

Five-Bladed H145 Earns FAA Type Certification
Airbus Helicopters announced on Monday that its new five-bladed H145 helicopter has received its FAA type certification. The newest version […] Read this article

Aithre Illyrian: Smart Pulse Oximeter
In the Innovations building at last year’s AirVenture, Idaho-based Aithre was showing what we think are the most innovative pilot-focused […] Read this article

Best of the Web: How Dodge Built Bomber Engines
Wright designed the R-3350, but it took Dodge to build it in volume only to have our nimrod editor bash them apart 30 years later. (Credit: King Rose Archives) Read this article

For Whom The Bell’s Tolled
Even if you wanted to, you couldn't make Bell's Palsy a laughing matter. But that doesn't keep Berge from trying. How else to keep the spirits up? 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

Short Final: The Briefest Readback
Some years back at Bradley International Airport, there was a local air taxi company that did a lot of their […] Read this article