AVweb 'Classifieds Jobs Spotlight December 28 2022'
Volume 29, Number 52c, December 28, 2022
NTSB Challenges Ethiopian Aviation Authority On Max Crash Final Report
Today (Dec. 27), the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) published comments it had supplied to the Ethiopian Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (EAIB) regarding the March 10, 2019, crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, a flight involving a Boeing 737-800 Max[…]   Read this article
Southwest Cancels More Than Half Its Flights During Holiday Travel Crush
In a holiday weekend performance that the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) deemed “unacceptable,” Southwest Airlines canceled 48 percent of its flights on Sunday (Christmas Day), 70 percent on Monday, and anticipated canceling 60 percent on Tuesday, the latter representing[…]   Read this article
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Air Force Accelerates Retirement Of Metroliner-Derived RC-26 Fleet
The U.S. Air Force is being criticized for accelerating the timeline for retiring its fleet of 11 RC-26 surveillance aircraft. The aircraft, modified versions of the Swearingen Metroliner equipped with electronic surveillance equipment, cost about $30 million per year to[…] Read this article

Garmin 'Webinar December 28 2022'
Sustainable Fuel Production Tripled In 2022, Compared With Last Year
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) estimates that sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) production will have tripled by year-end compared with last year’s output. The association projects a total of at least 300 million liters (79.3 million gallons) of SAF to[…] Read this article

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EAA's AeroEducate Effort Is Off To An Impressive Start
More than 3,000 students, parents and teachers have registered for the Experimental Aircraft Association’s (EAA’s) AeroEducate program. The online portal, launched just five months ago, is designed to engage users, including more than 750 educators nationwide, according to EAA. Some[…] Read this article

Short Final: Landing Fees
I was flying up to New York several years ago to the U.S. Open tennis tournament. Having an idea of the massive traffic in the area, I studied the arrival to LaGuardia Airport and had it all punched into my[…] Read this article