Volume 27, Number 44a, October 26, 2020
Nall Reports Show Drop In Accident Rates, Get New Platform
In addition to publishing the 29th and 30th editions of its Joseph T. Nall Report, the Aircraft Owners and Pilots […]   Read this article
Your Analysis Of Priorities Matters
It's not the quality of the facilities that matter, but rather the proximity to the ramp when they're desperately needed.    Read this article
Best Of The Web: Landing On A Pitching Deck
In 2005, PBS produced a 10-hour series about flight operations on the U.S.S. Nimitz. In this Best of the Web […] Read this article

Eclipse Assets May Be Sold For $5.25 Million
A British businessman has entered into an agreement with OneAviation to pick up the assets of Eclipse Aerospace for $5.25 […] Read this article

F-35 'Overwhelmed' By Pilot Attempts To Save It (Corrected)
An unstable approach, a misaligned helmet and an “overwhelmed” flight control system led to the crash of an Air Force […] Read this article

American Pilots To Reassure Passengers Before MAX Flights
It’s not often that passengers hear from the captain days before their flight but American Airlines is employing those calm, […] Read this article

Poll: When Asked, Do You Advise People to Pursue an Aviation Career?
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Navy Instructor, Student Killed In Texan II Crash
A Navy flight instructor and student pilot were killed in the crash of a Navy Texan II training aircraft on […] Read this article

American Eagle ERJ Skids Off Freeport Runway
An American Eagle ERJ-145LR ended up on the grass at Freeport-Grand Bahama International Airport on Saturday after an apparent landing […] Read this article

Top Letters And Comments, October 23, 2020
This week's letters brought comments from readers about defensive flying, air traffic control and the Boeing 737 MAX. Read this article

Industry Round-up, October 23, 2020
This week, AVweb’s news roundup found reports on a lease signing for an aviation museum, an engine STC approval and […] Read this article