Volume 26, Number 25c
June 21, 2019
 
 
MAX Hearing Focuses On Training, Trust
Better training protocols must be in place and both public and industry trust regained before the Boeing 737 MAX can […]   Read this article
Consumer Choice May Extend To Airliners
It’s interesting to watch the thrust and parry that goes on at events like the Paris Air Show because there is no industry I can think of that is more detached from its customers.   Read this article
Paris Air Show: Siemens Sells Electric Propulsion Business
Siemens signed an agreement to sell its eAircraft unit to Rolls-Royce at the Paris Airshow in Le Bourget, France, on […]   Read this article
CubCrafters Opens New Completion Center
CubCrafters is building out its house. Because a good portion of the 100 aircraft the Yakima, Washington-based manufacturer plans to […] Read this article




Paris Air Show: Airbus Introduces A321XLR
Airbus unveiled the latest version of its single-aisle A321neo passenger jet, the A321XLR, at the Paris Air Show in Le […] Read this article




FAA To Propose New Rules For Supersonic Aircraft
FAA Acting Administrator Daniel Elwell has announced that the FAA will soon be publishing a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) […] Read this article




NASA Electric X-Plane Reaches Development Milestones
NASA’s all-electric X-plane has made significant progress toward its stated goal of “demonstrating innovative technology through electric-powered experimental flight,” the […] Read this article




Picture of the Week, June 20, 2019
The C-47 "D Day Doll" lands at Waterbury Oxford Airport after formation practice with other C-47s during some "invasion delaying" rainy weather on May 17, 2019. Copyrighted photo by Harold Moritz. Read this article




Best of the Web: How To Survive A Tree Landing
How do you survive landing an airplane in a tree? Fly it as slow as it will go and carry […] Read this article