Junkers Aircraft 'Flying in its most beautiful form
Volume 30, Number 41d, October 12, 2023
NTSB Report Suggests Landing Pattern Issues In Reno T-6 Midair
The pilot of Race 66, the North American AT-6 that finished the race directly behind the two aircraft that later collided in the landing pattern during the Reno Air Races, said that neither of the two race planes were “where[…]   Read this article
Archaeologists Unearth World War II-Era Air Catapult System In UK
A construction project at a British Royal Aircraft Establishment (RAE) World War II-era site has unearthed an unusual find. Developed between 1938 and 1940, the RAE Mark III Catapult was designed to launch fully fueled and loaded bombers from runways[…]   Read this article
Whelen '10 years of trusted performance
NBAA Offers Tax Advice For Small-Business Aircraft Operators
The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA), usually associated with big corporate owners of multimillion-dollar business jets, also offers tax advice for “small-business aircraft operators.” While many light aircraft owners use their aircraft for business purposes, at least partially, they might[…] Read this article

Lightspeed 'Delta Zulu
Bye Aerospace Announces Letters Of Intent for 340 eFlyer Electric Trainers
Last week, Denver, Colorado-based electric aircraft developer Bye Aerospace announced it has signed four letters of intent (LOIs) from “prominent” aviation training providers for a total of 340 eFlyer aircraft. Terms were not announced. Bye Aerospace’s eFlyer program was launched[…] Read this article

Aviation Safety 'Active pilot's guide to what really matters-your safety
NBAA-BACE To Host Collegiate Connect Program, Career Fair
During the National Business Aviation Association Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) next week, university and technical school students will gain an immersive introduction to career opportunities available within the industry. On Oct. 19, the third day of the event,[…] Read this article