Volume 27, Number 9a, February 24, 2020
 
 
Flat Earther 'Mad Mike' Killed In Homemade Rocket Crash
Michael “Mad Mike” Hughes was killed in the crash of his homemade steam-powered rocket Saturday in California. It was the […]   Read this article
Dubai Jetman: History On The Fly
If Yves Rossi seemed destined to launch his jetwing only from airplanes, his protege, Vince Raffet, had other ideas.    Read this article
ADS-B For Specialized Fleet Operations
Equipping a large commercial GA fleet for the ADS-B mandate is both costly and challenging, especially for operators that have […] Read this article




Bell Tests Electric Tailrotors
Bell Helicopters unveiled a 429 modified with four electrically driven tail rotors that it says has proven the concept over […] Read this article




Airlines Offer Signing Bonuses To Tech Students
Airlines are employing tactics used by professional sports teams to find and attract new talent for their businesses, according to […] Read this article




'Stolen' Beaver Rams Two Airline Floatplanes At Dock
Police in Vancouver, B.C., are looking for a man who managed to get a commercial floatplane started before ramming two […] Read this article




Group Wants 'Airman' Replaced By Gender Neutral Terms In FAA Documents
Aviation regulators and authorities are a “find and replace” away from welcoming more females to the industry according to one […] Read this article




Poll: Should the NTSB Make More Safety Recommendations for GA?
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




Gulfstream To Build New Texas Service Center
Gulfstream Aerospace has announced plans to construct a new maintenance, repair and overhaul facility at Texas’s Fort Worth Alliance Airport […] Read this article




Top Letters And Comments, February 21, 2020
This week's letters brought comments from readers about aircraft and climate change, aviation safety in Alaska, FOD in Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, and the need for regular flight training. Read this article