Volume 27, Number 35c, August 28, 2020
Otto Aviation Officially Introduces Celera 500L (Corrected)
Otto Aviation officially unveiled its Celera 500L clean-sheet passenger aircraft on Wednesday, stating that its full-scale prototype has already completed […]   Read this article
Helicopter Company Files Lawsuit Against Controllers In Bryant Crash
Island Express Helicopters has filed a lawsuit alleging that two air traffic controllers are responsible for the crash of a […]   Read this article
Astronaut Jerry Carr Dead At 88
Astronaut Gerald “Jerry” Carr passed away on Wednesday at the age of 88. Selected for NASA’s astronaut program in April […] Read this article

Special Delivery
There are events in your life where you will always remember the time, place and what you were doing when […] Read this article

Qantas Considers Outsourcing, Staff Reductions
Citing the economic impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Australia-based Qantas Group has announced that it is exploring a series […] Read this article

Stratus Insight Integrated With Avidyne Helios, Atlas
Appareo has announced that its Stratus Insight electronic flight bag (EFB) can now be integrated with Avidyne’s Helios and Atlas […] Read this article

Picture of the Week, August 27, 2020
I took this shot of RA001, the first 747-100, and RT401, the first 747-400, from NA001, the first 757, back in August 1988, for the 747-100 20th anniversary. I was a (much younger) Boeing flight test engineer at the time. It was a great flight- we all launched from KBFI, formed up, flew to Mt. Rainier in formation. circled a few times for photos for news and publicity, then returned to Seattle, flying 1000 ft AGL in formation over Elliott Ave, then recovered at Boeing Field. Sad to see the 747 fading away... I shot this from a Minolta film 35mm SLR, 100 ASA. Copyrighted photo by Brian Bixler. Read this article

Submit Your Photo To Our Picture Of The Week Contest
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