Volume 26, Number 35c
September 6, 2019
 
 
NTSB Cites Fatigue Cracking In Fatal ERAU Crash
The NTSB found that the crash of an Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Piper PA-28R-201 that killed two people in April 2018 […]   Read this article
Airbus Withdraws From Canadian Fighter Project
The United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence (U.K. MoD) and Airbus Defence and Space officially withdrew their Eurofighter Typhoon from Canada’s […]   Read this article
uAvonix Offers Drone ADS-B Receivers For Hurricane Recovery Efforts
uAvionix announced on Tuesday that it will provide free pingRX Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS/drone) ADS-B receivers to “first responders and […]   Read this article
G1000H NXi Gets IFR Certification
Garmin’s G1000H NXi integrated flight deck system for helicopters has received its IFR certification, according to a company announcement on […] Read this article




Embraer Delivers First KC-390
Embraer delivered its first KC-390 multi-mission military jet to the Força Aérea Brasileira (FAB/Brazilian Air Force) at Brazil’s Anápolis Air […] Read this article




FAA Issues Hurricane Response Update
The FAA has established three Airspace Coordination Areas (ACAs) over the eastern coast of Florida and the Georgia to help […] Read this article




Dassault Names New Falcon Jet CEO
French aircraft manufacturer Dassault Aviation announced the appointment of Thierry Betbeze as CEO of its subsidiary, Dassault Falcon Jet (DFJ), […] Read this article




Picture of the Week, September 5, 2019
This Piper Saratoga was on the ramp at Thermal, California (KTRM), with the San Jacinto Mountains in the background. I took this photo with a Nikon D500 using a Nikon Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8 lens. It is a 15 second exposure that was processed in Adobe Lightroom. Copyrighted photo by Scott Randell. Read this article




Short Final: Ahoy, Matey
At Camp Graling, Michigan: Army 12345 (in a pirate voice): “Graling Tower, Arrrrrmy Copter 12345, we be a fleet of […] Read this article