Volume 27, Number 22b, May 27, 2020
 
 
SpaceX & NASA In Final Prep For Historic Flight
Assuming the weather cooperates in Florida, tomorrow’s launch of the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule on a “demo” flight to the […]   Read this article
WACO Amphib Certified, First Example Delivered
What could be better than a new WACO biplane? A new WACO biplane on floats. And better than that? A […]   Read this article
ForeFlight Adds Multitasking, FlightAware Traffic
As much as we love our phones and tablets, getting them to do more than one task at a time […] Read this article




Bombardier Belfast Resumes Work After Fire
Bombardier employees have returned to work at the company’s manufacturing plant in Belfast, Northern Ireland, following a “significant” fire at […] Read this article




Southern Airways Launches New York Seaplane Service
Commuter airline Southern Airways Express has announced that it is launching a new seaplane service in partnership with New York-based […] Read this article




Mitsubishi Pulls Back SpaceJet Program
Mitsubishi is set to close two of its U.S. facilities supporting the SpaceJet regional-jet program. Its American headquarters in Renton, […] Read this article




Can There Be This Many Engines?
Aviation has its share of really weird engines. Probably a lot more than you ever realized. Read this article




Spitfire Takeoff And Formation Flight
If the Supermarine Spitfire isn’t the iconic fighter of World War II, it’s in the top three. There are just […] Read this article




Short Final: Couch Surfing
One of the joys of flying in the New York City metro area is listening to the controllers. In addition […] 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 […] Read this article