Volume 26, Number 25b
June 26, 2019
Mitsubishi Buys Bombardier’s CRJ Program
Bombardier is selling its CRJ program to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries for $550 million. Mitsubishi will take over virtually all aspects […]   Read this article
Daher & Airbus' Hybrid Turboprop
Daher, Airbus and Safran announced they are teaming up to develop a “hybrid-propulsion” aircraft to fly in 2022. Based on […]   Read this article
Icon A5 Flips On Water Landing
Both pilot and passenger suffered minor injuries after their Icon A5 flipped on landing at Okanagan Lake, West Kelowna, British […]   Read this article
SpaceX Mission Launches 24 Satellites
SpaceX’s successful launch early Tuesday morning placed 24 satellites in three different orbits and marked the first time the Falcon […] Read this article

Coming Back
Every so often I’ll get a casual inquiry from a “usta” pilot, someone who has a pilot’s license but hasn’t […] Read this article

Dillingham Remains Closed After Skydive Crash
Dillingham Airport on Oahu’s north shore remains closed following the crash of a King Air 65-A90 that killed 11 people […] Read this article

General Aviation Accident Bulletin
AVweb’s General Aviation Accident Bulletin is taken from the pages of our sister publication,Aviation Safety magazine. All the reports listed […] 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

The National Intercollegiate Flight Association’s SAFECON competition, which normally rotates among prominent aviation colleges, is coming to Oshkosh for the […] 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