David Clark 'Fly a legend April 28 2022
Volume 29, Number 26c, June 29, 2022
Gulfstream's Next Flagship, The G800, Achieves First Flight
Gulfstream announced today its ultra-long-range G800 made its first flight, always a red-letter day in any aircraft development program. The two-hour flight took off from Georgia’s Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport at 9 a.m., powered by a blend of conventional Jet[…]   Read this article
Podcast: New Enstrom Owner Strikes An Enthusiastic Note
In this podcast, AVweb senior editor Mark Phelps talks with Chuck Surack, founder of musical instrument and equipment retailer Sweetwater Sound and new owner of Enstrom Helicopter. Surack’s business style includes a healthy helping of customer satisfaction, to the point[…]   Read this article
Gogoair 'Aviate. Navigate. Communicate.
AirVenture Four-Fighter 'Flight Of The Cats' To Feature Grumman's Finest
This year’s AirVenture will feature the “Flight of the Cats.” Four of Leroy Grumman’s historic designs will take to the sky in unison—four combat aircraft developed within just eight calendar years in the late 1930s and 1940s, but spanning untold[…] Read this article

Garmin 'Visit us at AirVenture!
Hartzell's Polaris All-Composite Prop Now Available on Select Diamond DA40s
Hartzell Propeller announced it has received a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for its three-blade Polaris composite propeller on the Diamond DA40 NG. The new propeller replaces the aircraft’s stock MT wood/composite propeller. Company president JJ Frigge said Hartzell’s 74-inch-diameter Polaris[…] Read this article

Aviation Consumer 'Take the guesswork out...'
Short Final: Information Yankee
I’m from Massachusetts (the North) and in the mid-1960s, flying cross‑country from Daytona Beach to an airport near Tampa Florida (the South), I passed by the Orlando airport and tuned the frequency for a brand‑new reporting system named ATIS. I[…] Read this article