Volume 26, Number 26a
June 24, 2019
 
 
Pilots Launch Class Action Suit Over MAX
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation is reporting that a class action suit by more than 400 pilots has been launched against […]   Read this article
Two Tragic Accidents And We're Arguing About Sim Time?
You'd think Boeing would try belt and suspenders this time. But for the revised MAX, it wants to again try what already didn't work.   Read this article
How Daher Builds the TBM Turboprop
Daher’s factory in Tarbes, France, is one of the most modern aerospace facilities in the world. In this long-form video, […]   Read this article
American Pilots Ask Boeing For Sim Time
American Airlines pilots have asked a second time for access to Boeing’s 737 MAX simulators after their first request, made […] Read this article




11 Dead In Hawaii Skydive Crash (Updated)
Eleven people were killed Friday night in the crash of a King Air 65-A90 aircraft flying a skydiving operation in […] Read this article




Eviation Gets First Commercial Customer
Eviation Aircraft has announced that U.S.-based Cape Air will be the first commercial customer for its all-electric Alice aircraft. The […] Read this article




'Flying Sucks' New Budget Carrier's Marketing Slogan Says
A startup Canadian budget airline has decided to promote itself with a marketing slogan that might sum up the ultra […] Read this article




Administrative Error Costs Airline $1 Million
An apparent administrative error may have cost Brussels Air $1 million after a flight from Brussels to Washington, D.C., was […] Read this article




Top Letters And Comments, June 21, 2019
This week's letters brought comments from readers about the Boeing 737 MAX, consumer choice and airliners, and tourism on the ISS. Read this article




Short Final: Rainy Days
One Sunday morning my home airport was forecast to have low clouds and drizzle until around 10 a.m., when 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