AVweb 'Classifieds POTW November 7 2022'
Volume 29, Number 45a, November 7, 2022
Jeppesen 'Cyber Incident' Affects Services (Updated)
Jeppesen says it has addressed some issues caused by a “cyber incident” that occurred Nov. 2. The company updated its website on Sunday to report that its NOTAM service is up and running and can be trusted. It’s still working[…]   Read this article
John Raymond Barcus: A Destiny in Aviation
“I bombed Rome!” the gravelly voice called from a table near the Eagles Club bar. I don’t think my friend, John, appreciated his volume and thought he was whispering to a tablemate. Decades around airplane engines will do that to[…]   Read this article
Aircraft Spruce 'Everything for Planes & Pilots'
TEDx: Erik Lindbergh On Decarbonizing Aviation
The Lindbergh Foundation was founded in 1977 by Neil Armstrong, Jimmy Doolittle and other aviation interests who followed the work of Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh to carry on work the couple initiated in environmental causes. Today, the foundation is[…] Read this article

Lightspeed 'Never seen a Zulu like this
Researchers Test Sleep Apnea Device To Prevent Hypoxia
A renowned show and warbird pilot is behind an experiment to see if a device normally used to enhance sleep can also keep pilots more alert while flying. Doug Rozendaal is working with doctors and researchers at MercyOne North Iowa[…] Read this article

AEA 'Free Pilot's guide
19 Killed In Tanzania ATR Crash
At least 19 people were killed in crash of a Precision Air ATR 42 near the shore of Lake Victoria in Tanzania on Sunday. There were 43 people on the flight manifest but two of those killed were not listed.[…] Read this article

Kitplanes 'Take to the air
Chinese Space Junk Prompts Spanish Airspace Closure
China’s latest piece of uncontrolled space junk hit the Pacific Ocean 620 miles off Acapulco in the Pacific Ocean on Friday, but the most serious impact was on the other side of the world. Spain briefly closed large areas of[…] Read this article

Top Letters And Comments, November 4, 2022
Buying Backcountry: Focus On Your Needs Rick, American Champion designed the airfoil tail, 11% larger, out of necessity when the “Scout-Water Bomber” was developed in 2010. The bomber version carried 1,000 pounds of water in the back seat area. Equivalent[…] Read this article